Spring Break in OKC
Named one of Travel & Leisure's 50 Best Places to Travel, Oklahoma City has everything you need for the ultimate Spring Break vacation. From family-friendly fun to a relaxing getaway and must-eat restaurants to must-do attractions, new memories and experiences await you in OKC. Be sure to sign up for our eNewsletter where we share what's new in OKC, trip inspiration, special offers, upcoming events, giveaways and more!
With fun for all ages, OKC is sure to be your next favorite Spring Break destination.
To see some of the best parts of Oklahoma City, opt outdoors. Enjoy a picnic in Myriad Gardens or Scissortail Park or walk through the trails at Lake Hefner, Martin Nature Park or Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge. Have fun on the water at RIVERSPORT Adventure or cruise the Oklahoma River with OK River Cruises.
Free in OKC: Spring Break Edition
Maximize your fun in Oklahoma City while spending minimum funds! Add a few of these freebies to your time in OKC, like a walk through the Oklahoma Hall of Fame or an afternoon at Scissortail Park. Don't miss the Plaza Walls in the Plaza District, featuring some of the city's latest and greatest (and most Instagram-worthy) street art.
Take a Walk on the Wild Side
The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens partnered with 37 local hotels to provide an amazing holiday staycation opportunity! Book a one-night stay at any of the participating hotels to receive 50 percent off general admission to the OKC Zoo for up to four people. More details and a list of participating hotels can be found here.
Explore the Districts
Spring Break is the perfect time to check out all of the awesome things happening in the 14 districts of Oklahoma City. For outdoor fun, you can explore the Oklahoma River on kayaks or standup paddle boards in the Boathouse District on weekends. Craving a culinary experience? The Asian District is a must for foodies. You can see some of Oklahoma's truest Western roots in Stockyards City, then experience all that's hip and happening in the Plaza District.
(Basically, we're saying you need to see them all.)