Although we're a landlocked state, Oklahoma has more miles of shoreline than the Atlantic and Gulf coasts combined. Here are four family lake destinations to put on your calendar this year.
After nearly 10,000 miles road tripping with my crew of three kiddos ages 7 and under, I’ve got a few tricks to share for a happier (and more sane) travel experience.
Akash Patel, local teacher and founder of the World Experiences Foundation, said families can experience a variety of cultures without ever boarding a plane.
The charm of rural life is on full display in Pawhuska, just a two-hour drive northeast of Oklahoma City.
We understand kids and long road trips don't always go hand-in-hand, so we've rounded up some of our top trip ideas for families looking for fun in close proximity.
If your kids have a fascination with all things prehistoric, Oklahoma is a great place to feed that passion.
Pumpkin patches open in and around Oklahoma City.
If your family is in need of a healthy dose of the outdoors, camping just might be the right prescription. Fresh air, beautiful scenery and a slower pace await you.
If you’ve ever seen the sunset reflecting off one of the state’s glistening lakes or watched prairie grass sway in the wind between towering red canyon walls, you realize Oklahoma is packed with some pretty spectacular scenes.
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Chisholm Trail, an 800-mile path from the tip of Texas to railroad towns in Kansas, straight through Oklahoma.