The Top Spring Destinations in Oklahoma

5-12-2016

Oklahoma is overflowing with travel destinations for everyone from foodies and city lovers to history buffs and outdoor adventurers. The following three destinations are ones that should be on your bucket list for spring adventures throughout the Sooner State.

Little Sahara State Park

Little Sahara State Park, located in northwest Oklahoma near Waynoka, is the ideal spring getaway spot for adventure enthusiasts. Load up your toy hauler with ATVs and hit the park’s 1,600 acres of massive sand dunes. When you need a break from the sand, the park is located near Alabaster Caverns State Park in Freedom, which offers spelunking adventures and so much more.

Leonardo’s Children’s Museum

Traveling with little ones? Let them run wild on a rainy day at Leonardo’s Children’s Museum in Enid. Don’t worry, adults will have fun too. This state-of-the-art museum offers hands-on fun, including a carpentry shop, art studio, petting zoo and so much more. If you can’t make it to Enid, Seminole’s Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum offers kids the unique experience of taking on adult jobs. They can act as cashiers, judges, newscasters and more in a fun and exciting way. The huge outdoor maze is also a blast in the spring and summer months.

Venture Into Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City welcomes campers and tourists of all kinds. The Oklahoma City Adventure District is home to the Oklahoma City Zoo, Pole Position Raceway, Science Museum Oklahoma and numerous other attractions. Those who are more into shopping and dining will find a variety of trendy eateries and quirky shops in the city center. The city is also no stranger to nightlife, so catch some life music and a drink after a long day of exploration.

Don’t forget to stop and see us at Leisure Time RV when you’re cruising throughout beautiful Oklahoma in your RV this spring.

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