There is always something to do in Oklahoma—and this festival guide is your comprehensive list to family-friendly fun around the state! Whether you are looking for a large festival in the Oklahoma City metro or an event with small-town charm, this guide can help you plan day and weekend trips in Oklahoma.
If you are looking for a family getaway that’s not too far away but still seems like a real vacation, Woodward is just the place to go! From exploring caves to seeing an authentic sod house, you won’t find a more family-friendly way to make memories than this charming northwest Oklahoma town.
We all want to have a little fun in the summer, but unfortunately, sometimes our budgets don't match our dreams. For a trip that's heavy on the fun but light on your wallet, head to Tulsa! T-Town is full of family friendly fun that's affordable—and in some cases, free!
Sulphur, Oklahoma was incorporated in the late 19th century, but its rich history extends centuries beyond that. Perched on the edge of one of the nation’s oldest National Parks, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Sulphur was once called “the land of rippling waters.” This town is historically rich, beautifully endowed by nature and any one of these stops can create a perfect day trip for the whole family.
If you are looking for a fun day trip or planning a summer staycation, Ponca City is the perfect destination, located just 90 minutes from the Oklahoma City metro. Here are 17 reasons to take a quick drive up I-35 to explore this town, rich with the history of oil barons, pioneer life and more.
Summer vacations are precious time to spend with your family, so you want to make sure to choose a destination that will offer something for everyone. Perhaps the most important factor in deciding on a family vacation destination is how kid friendly it is—and San Antonio offers something to please every member of your family.
Think a beach vacation isn’t in your budget? Think again. Limited funds or not-you can still squeeze in a great Galveston vacation on a tight budget thanks to the long list of cheap or free attractions and the hidden savings in lodging around town.
Many, if not all, of Galveston Island’s top attractions have a learning component built into the activity and offer an opportunity to gain new insights and interests. The best news is that the kids will be having so much fun, they won’t even notice that you snuck some science and history into their summer.
This summer, take a trip north into a wild state filled with mountains, forests, roaming buffalo and so much American history that your family may feel it has stepped back in time. If you are looking for the perfect family vacation, it can be found in South Dakota.
MetroFamily Field Guides seize the learning opportunities that come along with family outings. A child’s educational journey extends way beyond the walls of a classroom and we encourage parents to take a leading role in ensuring learning success.