The One Spring Festival In Oklahoma That’s Worthy Of Your Bucket List Every Year

Oklahoma is widely known for its tornadoes in the spring but there’s also something else we are kind of famous for this time of year  – the annual Azalea Festival in Muskogee. This bucket-worthy festival is one of the top spring events in the country and features 40-acres of gorgeous azaleas, tulips, and wisteria. It’s held during the whole month of April at Honor Heights Park and is free of charge to attend.

Follow along on the “Visit Muskogee” Facebook page to see more photos of this year’s festival or to learn more.

While in town visiting the Azalea Festival, head over to The Fish Hut for a delicious bite to eat. You’ll find “always fresh” fish tacos, fish platters, fried fish, fish baskets, and more.

Address: Honor Heights Park, 1400 Honor Heights Dr, Muskogee, OK 74401, USA