The health and safety of Chickasaws, employees and patrons is our main priority. As the coronavirus, or COVID-19, spreads globally and cases rise in the U.S., some Chickasaw Country events, classes, facilities, etc., will be postponed, closed or canceled out of an abundance of caution.

For more information regarding the coronavirus as it relates to the Chickasaw Nation, please visit our information pages below. We will continue to update these pages regularly as the situation progresses. Thank you for your understanding during this time.

For all Chickasaw Country cancellations and closings please contact the business directly.

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Family Attractions

No matter what your family enjoys, there's a way to make memories in Chickasaw Country. Learn about chocolate and get a sweet treatby taking a trip to the Bedré Chocolate Factory and learning about the process of chocolate making. Not only learn about, but experience Chickasaw culture by visiting some of the many museums dedicated to the history of the region. Or enjoy the magnificent outdoors with a day-trip to some of the area's beautiful lakes and state parks. Check out our selection of kid-friendly attractions for more fun family vacation ideas and start planning your next trip to Chickasaw Country.



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  1. Duncan Lake

    Visit Duncan, Oklahoma, OK

    Dive in at Duncan Lake! As the city's primary lake, Duncan Lake features 4 miles of shoreline and 550 surface acres of water full of Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass and Sunfish.The lake offers a variety of outdoor activities for...
  2. Duncan Little Theatre

    Visit Duncan, Oklahoma, OK

    Excitement at the Theatre! Located on the historic main street of Duncan, Oklahoma, the Duncan Little Theatre prides itself on featuring quality theatrical experiences and fostering the arts in the community. Over the course of the year, they...
  3. First State Bank Museum

    Visit Elmore City, Oklahoma, OK

    Over 110 Years of Banking History! First State Bank Museum is a historical banking building dating back to the early 1900s. The building is constructed of hand-molded sand blocks from a nearby creek. J.P. Gibson, a local businessman, and local...
  4. Foreman Prairie House Historic Site

    Visit Duncan, Oklahoma, OK

    Built by W.T. Foreman, this architecturally and historically significant 1918 brick home offers a look into the early Oklahoma lifestyle. Its grounds, gardens and collections provide tourism, artistic, educational and entertaining programs for...
  5. Forgotten Wheels Museum

    Visit Davis, Oklahoma, OK

    If you have a love of motorcycles and antique vehicles, then the Forgotten Wheels Museum is a must-stop visit for you! See classic motorcycles, cars, riding accessories, other memorabilia and more! Pick up souvenirs such as t-shirts, gifts, and...
  6. Fort Washita Historic Site & Museum

    Visit Durant, Oklahoma, OK

    Located in Durant, Oklahoma, Fort Washita was built in 1842 and served as a former United States military post in northern Bryan County. The mission of Fort Washita was to protect the Chickasaw and Choctaw tribes from the Plains Indians and was...
  7. Gene Autry Museum

    Visit Gene Autry, Oklahoma, OK

    Explore an old B-Western gem! Do you ever wish they still made classics like the old B-Westerns movies with their singing cowboys, lovely ladies and striking horses? Although those films are now only a part of history, there's a very special...
  8. General Tommy R. Franks Birthplace

    Visit Wynnewood, Oklahoma, OK

    Take A Patriotic Drive by the Birthplace of General Tommy R. Franks! Wynnewood is the birthplace of the United States military hero, General Tommy R. Franks. Of his four-decade military career, General Franks is most famous for his leadership as...
  9. George Brown Park & Lindsay Municipal Golf Course

    Visit Lindsay, Oklahoma, OK

    Explore the Great Outdoors at the George Brown Park! Nature lovers can bask in the beauty of the great outdoors at the George Brown Park & Lindsay Municipal Golf Course, located on North Highway 76 in Lindsay, Oklahoma. Plan a trip to the park...
  10. Glenwood Park

    Visit Ada, Oklahoma, OK

    Fun in the Park! Glenwood Park is a beautiful city park located in downtown Ada, Oklahoma. The park serves as a playground for kids and a recreational site for adults. The park is complete with walking trails, playground equipment, skate park,...
  11. Good Time Lanes

    Visit Ardmore, Oklahoma, OK

    Come enjoy family-friendly fun at Good Time Lanes bowling alley in Ardmore, Oklahoma. There is food, drinks and most importantly, bowling! They accomodate groups of any size offering single lanes and more! Plan your next event or birthday at Good...
  12. Grady County Historical Society Museum

    Visit Chickasha, Oklahoma, OK

    The Grady County Historical Society Museum will be temporarily closed to tours.  Head to Chickasha for a Historical Outing! The Grady County Museum is housed in the former Dixie Department Store building, renovated to house the museum. The...
  13. Hampton House Museum

    Visit Rush Springs, Oklahoma, OK

    Explore the home of one of Rush Springs most notable residents! The Hampton House Museum is one of the most historically treasured attractions in Rush Springs, Oklahoma. The museum was the original home of Dr. P. J. Hampton, one of the first...
  14. Happy Day Farms Pumpkin Patch

    Visit Terral, Oklahoma, OK

    Oh Happy Day! Located in Terral, Oklahoma, Happy Day Farms Pumpkin Patch offers seasonal entertainment for the whole family. Open during the fall, Happy Day Farms is a great place to bring the family for a fun autumn afternoon on the farm! The...
  15. Hat Top Ranch

    Visit Duncan, Oklahoma, OK

    Hat Top Ranch is located just outside of Duncan, Oklahoma, in Velma. It is a rustic retreat that serves as a charming venue for a wedding, getaway, or family reunion. It accommodates up to 14 guests with four separate bedrooms, four bathrooms,...
  16. Healdton Municipal Lake

    Visit Healdton, Oklahoma, OK

    Enjoy Fun in the Great Outdoors at Healdton Municipal Lake, Wildlife Preserve & RV Park! A bass fishing hotspot, Healdton Municipal Lake is located just northeast of Healdton boasting 7 miles of shoreline and 370 surface acres. Visitors to the...
  17. Healdton Oil Museum

    Visit Healdton, Oklahoma, OK

    Venture back in time at the Healdton Oil Museum! Located in Healdton, OK, the Healdton Oil Museum offers a glimpse into the early days of the oil boom in Carter County. The museum pays tribute to one of the greatest oil booms in Oklahoma, which...
  18. Jeff Davis Park

    Visit Rush Springs, Oklahoma, OK

    Enjoy the great outdoors in Jeff Davis Park. The Jeff Davis Park is a community park located in downtown Rush Springs and is the home grounds of the annual Rush Springs Watermelon Festival! The park offers a wide range of amenities for visitors...
  19. Kiddieland Park

    Visit Duncan, Oklahoma, OK

    Due to COVID-19, the park will be open to private parties only for the 2020 season.  Kiddieland Park in Duncan, Oklahoma, is a local recreational park offering loads of family fun for pennies on the dollar.  Located in a section of Duncan's...
  20. Kullihoma Grounds

    Visit Allen, Oklahoma, OK

    See a glimpse into the past at the Kullihoma Grounds! Located ten miles east of Ada, OK, the Kullihoma Grounds is a Chickasaw tribal reserve that serves as a favorite gathering place for the Chickasaw people. It once was actively used as as a...
  21. L.L. Humphreys Park

    Visit Velma-Alma, Oklahoma, OK

    Welcome to the Park! L.L. Humphreys Park is located in Velma, OK. It was named after Lawrence Lewis Humphreys, a prominent Duncan oil man and banker. The park is a cultural feature in Stephens County. It currently operates as a grounds for...
  22. Lake Burtschi

    Visit Chickasha, Oklahoma, OK

    Lots of Lake Fun! Load up your family and friends and head down to Lake Burtschi for a day out on the water. Facilities include two boat ramps, five fishing jetties, two fishing piers, several picnic tables and grills, and restrooms. Good...
  23. Lake Chickasha

    Visit Chickasha, Oklahoma, OK

    Sail Away to Lake Chickasha! Load up the crew and head out to Lake Chickasha for a fun-filled day trip or family vacation on the water! Lake Chickasha features 10 miles of coastline and 820 surface acres of crystal clear water. Take a drive...
  24. Lake Fuqua

    Visit Duncan, Oklahoma, OK

    This 1,500 surface acre lake is the largest of the Duncan Area lakes and features 18 miles of shoreline housing 54 RV Hookups with electric/water hookups, dump stations, picnic area and showers. A few of the sites are full service. Lake Fuqua is...
  25. Lake Humphreys

    Visit Duncan, Oklahoma, OK

    Part of the Duncan Area Lakes, Lake Humphreys features a 17 mile shoreline offering 44 RV hookups on concrete and places to fish. Enjoy the pavilion and picnic area or partake in the hunting and fishing. The 840 surface acre lake is filled with...