The Tulsa Golden Hurricane have got plenty of game, no matter what your passion in sports. The athletic teams from the University of Tulsa joined Conference USA in 2005 and since then have won many unprecedented conference championships.
Check out the minor league baseball team that has set the town of Tulsa on fire. The Tulsa Drillers has won three league championships and 2 regional division titles since they were formed in the early '80s. The sports team plays at ONEOK Field in downtown Tulsa's Greenwood district.
Are you ready for hard-charging sports action on the ice? Then the Tulsa Oilers of the Central Hockey League will deliver. In fact, they have remained loyal to Tulsa for years: The Tulsa Oilers are only one of three teams that has played each since in the CHL since it was re-energized in 1992.
The Tulsa Shock play games through May - September, the Tulsa Shock provide a fun summertime experience for the entire family and friends. Enjoy the excitement of the game with the competiveness of WNBA's finest.
From beginner level to expert you will enjoy the 8 miles of mountain biking trails at Keystone State Park. Consisting of 3 loops singletrack in hilly terrain, contour type trail in rocky area with several creek crossings, and the expert loop has several good climbs ending in fast and flowing downhills.
Experience the ultimate getaway at Meadowlake Ranch, just outside of Tulsa. Work a dude ranch for a day, head out for a trail ride on horseback, and learn to throw a tomahawk or shoot a bow and arrow. Loads of recreation fun for groups and families.
Visit the Oxley Nature Center and its more than 800 acres of natural preserves that encourage plenty of migrating birds and other creatures to stay a while. Spend some time outdoors and take a birdwatching hike, enroll in a butterfly education course and learn about the various wildlife that call the nature center home.
Ride, explore and have a blast on the Arkansas River, thanks to the folks at Tulsa River Parks. You'll find 22 miles of asphalt recreation trails on both sides of the Arkansas River, where people hike, bike and jog along the picturesque river banks. Entertainment and other fun outdoor activities are regularly scheduled during seasonal months.
This heavily-wooded property has miles of winding dirt trails and two large ponds, features that date back long before the land was acquired for public usage. Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area is a hidden place that one can run/bike for miles without seeing another soul.
Keystone Lake is a sport fisherman's dream come true. If you picture yourself catching striped bass, sand bass, black bass, lake strain small mouth bass, crappie, and catfish, then Keystone is the place for you. There's also plenty of hiking, boating and cabins available for rental.
If you're ready for a splashing good time with the family, head over to Big Splash Water Park. This Southwest oasis includes dozens of attractions, fountains, splash games, tunnels, and slides for an entire day of fun. Take a break and enjoy a snack, or bring a picnic lunch to eat at the dining area. Get the gang together for a competitive game of horseshoes, volleyball or basketball.
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One of the most popular features is 11 Tulsa Parks Water Playgrounds which offer cool relief from summer heat and fun for "kids" of all ages.
Strap on a pair of skates and get busy at the Oilers Ice Center. For just $6, you can carve up the ice during a Friday night skate, or on the weekend. And if you're no pro, no prob. Private skating lessons are available 7 days a week.
Shred it on the river's edge at River Skate Park, featuring 24 high-flying elements, half and quarter pipes, grind rails and ledges. Best of all, it's located on the west bank of the river near the 21st Street Pedestrian Bridge with Tulsa's skyline as its backdrop.
Enjoy sports, rodeos and other family friendly events at the Expo Square Pavilion. The 6,311-seat multi-purpose arena now boasts livestock barns, extended parking and more. Facilities include livestock and show areas, as well as an RV park.
The Mabee Center of Oral Roberts University is a 105,000-square-foot arena that has helped define the campus as an epicenter for arts and entertainment and sporting events in Tulsa. The center has hosted regional and conference championships in college hoops, and it also draws well-known performers like Acquire The Fire, Chris Tomlin and the "And If God Is For Us" Tour.
The newly renovated H.A. Chapman Stadium is a gorgeous sports stadium that now includes new seating throughout, restrooms, concession areas, luxury suites and a new scoreboard. Check out a local football game or a national championship - the stadium hosts everything from local football rivalries to World Cup soccer events.