A Trip To Oklahoma's Neverending Azalea Field Will Make Your Spring Complete
If you haven’t made a trip out to Muskogee’s Honor Heights Park yet to see the neverending azaleas, you’ll definitely want to schedule time to admire them during the Azalea Festival that goes through the end of April. The festival is one of the top events in the South and attracts visitors from around the world. Grab your camera and head to this extraordinary event, because no spring is complete without a trip to see these famous azaleas.
Honor Heights Park is a gorgeous 132-acre oasis in the hills overlooking Muskogee.
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This annual festival draws in over 500,000 visitors from around the world to see the stunning azaleas in full bloom.
Visitors will see over 30,000 azaleas in 625 varieties that are bursting with color.
The celebration is already underway, so make plans to attend before the end of April.
You can drive along the paved road, walk the pathways or take a carriage ride through the park to see all the flowers.
Not only will you see thousands of blooming azaleas, but there are also fields of tulips.
...And wisteria that adds a gorgeous pop of purple.
There are also five lakes in the park, picture-perfect ponds, fountains, a tree arboretum and a butterfly house.
Now you can see why people from all over the world come to this special place and enjoy the picturesque scenery!
Free tours are provided of Honor Heights Park, so make sure to bring your camera along to capture the fields of flowers.
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