THINGS TO DO IN MUSKOGEE, OKLAHOMA

The Castle of Muskogee

Renaissance fairs. Zombie runs. Holiday lights. The Castle of Muskogee is the perfect family-friendly stop during your vacation! With a map comparable to Renaissance times, The Castle draws people from all across Oklahoma to become immersed in reawakened history and seasonal events, even as a winter wedding venue in January and February!

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Honor Heights Park

Known as the “Crown Jewel” of parks in Muskogee resting at 132 acres with 5 lakes, picnic areas, gazebos, trails, and amphitheater, Honor Heights Park truly sets the bar. Seasonal activities such as the Garden of Lights from November to January of every year illuminates the park for the holidays, and the Azalea Festival puts the spotlight on the park’s numerous gardens.

http://www.muskogeeonline.org/departments/parks_and_recreation/facilities/departments/parks_and_recreation/honor_heights_park.php

The Katy Shopping District

Downtown Muskogee has seen lots of changes over the years, but the timeless character of Muskogee’s Katy District still stands strong. With a number of vintage stores, pawn shops, a flea market, restaurants and takeout, and the iconic Roxy Theater, this walkable stretch of district is perfect for a leisurely weekend stroll of shopping. Don’t forget to check out the Muskogee marquee, with the perfect vantage point steps away from the Columbus Ave. overpass!

River Country Water Park

Need to unwind during your Oklahoma summer vacation? Visit River Country Family Water Park in Muskogee, equipped with a water playground, main leisure “beach” pool, lazy river, sand volleyball court, and concessions. Located next door to the Love-Hatbox Sports Complex and Skatepark and right off U.S. Highway 64, this Water Park is the ideal cool-off!

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The Roxy Theater

Right off of Muskogee’s Main Street is the Roxy Theater, a versatile multi-purpose venue for cinema, performances, tours, and talent. Opened back in 1948 primarily as a movie theater and reopened in 2001, this attraction seats 300 people and offers free showings of classics such as Clueless and Rocky Horror Picture Show, hosts pageants, and even headlines Camp Roxy: a summer youth intensive program centered around the performing arts. The heart of Muskogee’s downtown history is at the Roxy!

https://www.roxymuskogee.org/