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Places to ride horses in the OKC Metro

Places to ride horses in the OKC Metro

There are so many benefits to interacting with animals including confidence building, stress relief and more. Horseback riding can be quite therapeutic for many as well as a lot of fun. For those of us that don't live on a farm, here are some places in Oklahoma City and the surrounding metro area that allow families to ride. Most offer guided rides for a variety of experience levels. Please call ahead as schedules and availability changes seasonally.
2016 OKC Bike Events

2016 OKC Bike Events

The sport of cycling has recently taken Oklahoma City by storm. With bike rides, racing events and bike trails all across the Metro, there are plenty of ways families can enjoy the sport, all summer long.
Pick-Your-Own Farms in the OKC Metro

Pick-Your-Own Farms in the OKC Metro

Oklahoma’s rich agriculture roots are alive and well. Several farms in the Metro area let families get their hands dirty as they pick their own harvest. From peaches and berries to pumpkins and Christmas trees, here is a handy guide of u-pick farms in near Oklahoma City where city-dwellers can get an inside look at farm life and bring some delicious treats to bring home.
2016 Vacation Bible School Guide

2016 Vacation Bible School Guide

Looking for a Vacation Bible School for your child this summer? Find different VBS programs from around the Oklahoma City metro here!
5 Things to Do With Toddlers in OKC This Month

5 Things to Do With Toddlers in OKC This Month

Preschoolers are full of wonder and energy! To help you occupy those active minds this May, we've rounded up our top five events for toddlers and preschoolers happening in the metro. From story times, art making and more, you’ll have plenty of exciting ways to keep the youngest in the family busy all month long.
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Kid Review: iFLY Indoor Skydiving

iFLY Oklahoma City is an indoor sky diving venue. Its vertical wind tunnel simulates freefall sky diving but the activity is actually flying instead of falling. Flights are scheduled in one-minute increments and take place in a controlled environment.
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