Oklahoma Hotel Reservations
Visiting Tulsa & Northern Oklahoma
Discover all you can during your next winter visit to the Tulsa area of northern Oklahoma. Charming and pleasant cities like Broken Arrow, Grove, and Locust Grove will set the backdrop for an excellent adventure. And even more impressive list of events, festivals, attractions, and more await you during the winter months. Plan a tour of the Tulsa area soon and see for yourself how fun it can be.
Any visit to northeastern Oklahoma should include an extended stay in Tulsa. With a wide range of excellent, can’t-miss attractions, and welcoming locals, Tulsa is sure to yield unforgettable days of fun and adventure. The Tulsa Performing Arts Center hosts and stages a number of different shows throughout the year, and the Gilcrease Museum is sure to be a hit with the whole group.
The Tulsa Golden Hurricane play their home football games at H.A. Chapman Stadium, and this fall you can see them in action against the East Carolina Pirates on November 5th, and the Cincinnati BearCats on November 25th – their final home game of the 2016 season.
When your visit to Tulsa is slated for early 2017, be sure to visit the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and check out the John H. Williams Theatre within. You’ll have a chance to see opera singer Nathan Gunn live on stage on January 22nd starting at 3 p.m. And through February 5th, the TPAC will host live productions of Peter and the Starcatcher, a brilliant play written by Rick Elice.
One of the premier concert events of early 2017 will take place at the BOK Center in Tulsa. On February 21st you can see the internationally recognized Twenty One Pilots live on stage starting at 7 p.m. They’re touring the country as part of their Emotional Roadshow tour.
Travel Region Favorites
- Oklahoma's Festivals & Fairs
Tulsa's Blue Dome District
Oklahoma features a multitude of awesome annual events like music festivals, state fairs, rodeos, parades, and heritage celebrations.
- 21 Things To Do With Kids in OK!
Here are 21 family-friendly rodeos, fairs, parks, zoos, and other things to do throughout Oklahoma.
- 11 Oklahoma Golf Courses
Go for the course record in Oklahoma.
Visit Oklahoma soon and bring your clubs – you'll want to explore any and all of these premier golf courses across the state.
- 7 Spots for Buffalo Sightings!
Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
Wildlife lovers, check out these seven scenic spots across beautiful Oklahoma for buffalo sightings – but don't get too close!
- 10 Oklahoma Fishing Spots
Fish with the family in Oklahoma
Anglers will find a bevy of fishing spots to visit in Oklahoma. All across the state, find these excellent fishing holes.
- 10 Oklahoma Museums
Check out top museums in Oklahoma. From Tulsa down to Okmulgee and Oklahoma City, explore the state's history and culture.
- Oklahoma State Parks
Natural Falls State Park
From the Great Plains to the Quachita National Forest, the Panhandle State features a collection of fun-filled, scenic state parks ready to be discovered.
- Top Hiking Trails in Oklahoma
Black Mesa Summit
Whether you’re a novice or an expert, there is a ton of dazzling hiking trails to choose from in the Panhandle State.
- Best Things to Do in Stillwater
Welcome to Stillwater
The best ways to see where Oklahoma began – with everything from wildlife to wrestling and more.
- Best Things to Do in Lawton
Your guide to the best things to see and do in Lawton – with everything from history lessons to a day on the links.
13 Best Western Hotels
in Tulsa & Northern Oklahoma
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