Take A Beautiful 20-Minute Train Ride Through Beavers Bend State Park In Oklahoma
Head to Beavers Bend Depot and Trail Rides for a beautiful train ride through Beavers Bend State Park – one of the most beautiful places in all of Oklahoma. This charming attraction offers fun for the whole family, and it only takes about 20 minutes to wind through the park. Keep scrolling to learn more.
We hope you enjoy the fun adventures at Beavers Bend Depot and Trail Rides. Consider extending the trip by booking a campsite or cabin at Beavers Bend State Park. It has the perfect campground located in this gorgeous, mountainous region. If you don’t feel like roughing it, no worries! There are plenty of awesome vacation rentals in the area.
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Fun Things To Do In Oklahoma
What are some fun things to do in Oklahoma?
Here is a list of fun things you can do in Oklahoma without spending a dime.
- Keystone Ancient Forest (Sand Springs): Hidden inside of a 1,380-acre nature preserve, we revel in this ancient stone forest. The magical kingdom is considered a cross-timbers landscape, including wooded forests, pastoral prairie lands, and trees that are centuries old. Try to imagine who came before us on the very same paths. Be on the lookout for incredible wildlife, such as mountain lions, deer, bobcats, American eagles, migratory birds, and more than 80 species of butterflies.
- Express Clydesdales Ranch (Yukon): We have never seen such gorgeous animals as the horses at this ranch. The Express Clydesdales are goodwill ambassadors and grace parades and events all across the U.S. to raise money for charities. And they don't know a stranger, as thousands of people visit them annually in the historic Clydesdale barn. This unique place is only open by appointment. Find out how to book a free visit or pay for a guided tour on the Express Clydesdales Ranch website.
- Conoco Museum (Ponca City): This fabulous destination is all about Conoco Inc., an American oil and gas company. The state-of-the-art energy museum houses interactive exhibits, history, stories, and memorabilia, including oil industry replicas. Tour requests are made by emailing ConocoMuseum@p66.com or by calling 580-765-8687, and leaving a voicemail message. Discover more on the Conoco Museum website.
- The Round Barn (Arcadia): It's hard to miss the round, red building when traveling along Route 66 through the town of Arcadia. Earning its rightful place on the National Register of Historic Places, the 43-foot high, 60-foot diameter, structure is more than a century old, built in 1898. Admission is free here where folks enjoy a gift shop and outdoor displays of primitive farm equipment. And the upstairs loft is rentable for special events.