If you're looking for some on-the-water adventure, there are lots of outdoor recreation options on and along the Oklahoma River in Oklahoma City. If a relaxing cruise is more your speed, an Oklahoma River Cruise is for you.

Oklahoma River Cruises offers a variety of specialty cruises as well as regularly scheduled river transit trips along a seven-mile stretch from Meridian Ave to the Boathouse District

There are four landings:

Meridian Landing: SW 15th St. & Meridian Ave
Exchange Landing: 1503 Exchange Ave
Bricktown Landing: 334 Centennial Dr
Regatta Park (Boathouse District): 701 S. Lincoln

All landings have parking and access to additional public transit services. Whether you're looking for a pleasure cruise or practical public transportation between some of OKC's most popular districts, below are just a few of your cruising options.

Ferry Service
The first ferry trips of the day leave from the Exchange Landing in Stockyards City, with return trips from Bricktown and Regatta Park later in the day. You can also purchase Bricktown Water Taxi wristbands on-board, making it easy to board a water taxi right at the Bricktown Landing and ride into the heart of Bricktown.


History Comes Alive
The "History Comes Alive" ferry fun cruise combines a cruise along the Oklahoma River with a little Oklahoma history. Reenactors tell stories from Oklahoma's past from the perspective of some of its more colorful characters. These cruises depart from Exchange Landing at 11:40 a.m. on Saturdays from May 9-August 22.


Sunset Cruises
Oklahoma City has some pretty spectacular sunsets, and one of the best ways to experience one while you're here is on on an hour and a half Sunset Cruise. You can enjoy music, appetizers and soda, as well as a cash bar, while relaxing on-deck or inside the climate-controlled cabin. These cruises depart from Exchange Landing on the last two Fridays of the month, June through September.

For a full list of fun and specialty cruises, as well as ferry schedules and rates, check out okrivercruises.com