Oklahoma City East KOA

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6200 South Choctaw Rd
Choctaw, OK 73020
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Premier Businesses in Oklahoma City, OK

CD's Guide Service
  • • Catfish & Striper Fishing & Nature Tours
  • • Experienced Guide To Ensure The Best Atmosphere & Fun Memories
  • • Our Guide Service Is Built On Tradition & Family Oriented Foundation
(580) 564-6061
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High Country Fishing Charters
  • • Full & Half Day Fishing
  • • All Flies & Equipment Provided – No Rental Charges
  • • Local & Private Water Fishing
(970) 946-5229
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Huffman Guide Service
  • • Offering The Best In Broken Bow Lake Guided Fishing Trips
  • • Crappie, Largemouth, Smallmouth, Spotted/Kentucky Bass, White/Sandbass & Walleye
  • • Fully licensed, 100% full-time fishing guide.
(580) 236-0040
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Lincoln Park Golf Course
  • • A Balance Of Risk & Reward
  • • Creaks Strategically Placed
  • • 72 Par Course
(405) 424-1421
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Things To Do in Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum

The Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum houses the story of the tragic event that claimed the lives of 168 Americans due to a bomb explosion. Visitors can explore exhibits like the Gates of Time, Field of Empty Chairs, Survivor Tree, and Reflecting Pool, which hold significant symbolic importance and represent the sacred ground. In addition, visitors can experience the poignant story through touchscreens, galleries, and theaters that reveal the events of that fateful event, which still resonates today.

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Red Earth Festival Red Earth Festival

Get ready for the Red Earth Festival in Oklahoma City, where you'll be able to immerse yourself in the rich and sacred culture of Native American Indians. The opening parades are a sight to behold, with over 100 tribes in full tribal regalia, showcasing their unique traditions and customs. Witnessing the Red Earth dancers perform is rare, as all the tribes are joined together in one of the most prestigious native dance competitions. You can purchase authentic basketry, jewelry, pottery, sculpture, and paintings, all beautiful and unique representations of Native American art. Overall, the Red Earth Festival is a lovely experience for anyone looking to learn more about this fascinating culture.

 
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Oklahoma City Zoo Oklahoma City Zoo

Experience an adventure at the Oklahoma City Zoo and witness the majestic tigers stalking, lions basking in the sun, and gorillas relaxing in their natural rainforest habitat. You can also visit the new elephant home, where half-sisters Asha and Chandra reside. With over 1,800 animals, this Zoo is the top attraction in Oklahoma and the third most family-friendly Zoo in the nation. The Oklahoma City Zoo inspires conservation action by allowing people of all ages to experience exciting activities while connecting with vanishing wildlife and wild places.

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