TULSA, OKLA. – Frontier Country Marketing Association members took home 11 of the 29 Redbud Awards presented by Lt. Gov. Jari Askins and Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department Executive Director Hardy Watkins Oct. 19 during the Governor’s Conference on Tourism. Awards include top honors for Best Brochure or Publication, Best Overall Marketing Campaign, Best Partnership, Outstanding New Attraction, Outstanding Temporary Exhibit, Outstanding Feature Story and Tourism Organization of the Year.
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Central Oklahoma’s Frontier Country is packed full of festivals, safe trick-or-treating events, haunted corn mazes and more this Halloween. Take your pick from one of the pumpkin patches or specialty performances and let the whole family enjoy.
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Check out 40 acres of cornfield mazes open Friday, Saturday and Sunday through Nov. 8 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at The Maize in Chickasha. Shoot the pumpkin cannons, take a hay-ride or visit the haunted maze if you dare. For more information visit www.cornfieldmaze.com.
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Make your fall getaway plans now to experience everything from cruising the Oklahoma River and navigating a thrilling corn maze to exploring a new exhibit opening in central Oklahoma’s Frontier Country.
CENTRAL OKLAHOMA – Central Oklahoma’s Frontier Country is home to two Big XII schools, the University of Oklahoma in Norman and Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. Both expect competitive football teams this season and large crowds filling the stands. Teams continue regular season play through Nov. 28.