Spring Break 2011 in Central Oklahoma - Central Oklahoma Frontier Country

Spring Break 2011 in Central Oklahoma

Posted by Katie Puckett on 03/03/2011

Central Oklahoma is home to many camps and activities for children, sporting events and plenty of exhibits and attractions for all ages this spring break. Save money on gas and enjoy a full week of entertainment and exploring in the 12 central counties of Oklahoma, known as Frontier Country.

Here is a list of spring break happenings right here in Central Oklahoma:

  • March 14-18  Oklahoma Children’s Theatre Spring Break Camp at Oklahoma Children’s Theatre in Oklahoma City
    Info: Spring Break camps at Oklahoma Children's Theatre always promise lots of fun and excitement! Whether your child is a first time camper or a veteran, camps offer new and entertaining experiences in drama education, including theatre games and activities that are sure to become favorites.   Come along with us this year, all along the way to “Dragon Country!"
    For more information: 405-606-7003, www.oklahomachildrenstheatre.org
  • March 14-18  Spring Break Escape at the Sam Noble Museum in Norman
    Info: Engage your senses as you spring into the culture and nature of Oklahoma! Daily activities include art workshops, nature hikes, storytelling, scavenger hunt and more! All programs are free with museum admission but space will be limited for some activities. Check the museum website for a full schedule of activities. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
    For more information: 405-325-4712, www.samnoblemuseum.org
  • March 14-18  Spring Break Blast 2011 at Andy Alligator’s Fun Park in Norman
    Info: Enjoy Spring Break with your family at Andy Alligator’s Fun Park. This family fun park features over eight different attractions including a game room, go-karts, miniature golf, climbing wall, kidz zone and more. Extra attractions will be available throughout the week as we celebrate Spring Break Blast 2011.
    For more information: 405-321-7275, www.AndyAlligators.com
  • March 15-18  Spring Break Camps at the Oklahoma City Zoo
    Info: Our single-day camps offer fun activities, zoo tours, up-close animal visits, crafts, games and more! Camps are for 4-11 year olds and meet daily from 9 a.m. to noon. Cost per child, per day: $20 (members), $25 (non-members). Advance registration and payment required. Registrations can be made on-line at www.okczoo.recware.com or by phone at 405-425-0218.
    For more information: www.okczoo.com
  • March 15-19  Orr Family Farm Open for Spring Break
    Info: The Orr Family Farm will be open for spring break and reveal Oklahoma City's only zip line March 15-19. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and a special admission price for spring break is just $10.50. Also enjoy many other activities for all ages.
  • March 17  St. Patrick's Day Cruise at Regatta Park Landing in Oklahoma City
    Info:  Please join us onboard for a St. Patrick's Day Sunset Cruise, March 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.  This cruise will depart from and return to the Regatta Park Landing located at 701 S. Lincoln Blvd. Included in this St Patrick's Day Sunset Cruise will be 90 minutes of cruising during sunset on the Oklahoma River, themed music, savory hors d'oeuvres and soft drinks. A cash bar will also be available onboard. The cost is $35 per person and reservations are required.
    For more information: 405-702-7755, 866-825-6363, www.okrivercruises.com
  • March 19  Family Saturday at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City
    Info:  A monthly family friendly event with themed activities occurring on the third Saturday through October from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. March’s theme is Cowboy Roundup. There will be a 1870’s cowboy camp, and activities will include roping, branding, cowboy cooking, coloring, and more. Children are encouraged to dress as cowboys and cowgirls and compete in a costume contest. The winner receives a family membership!
    For more information: 405-522-0765, www.okhistorycenter.org
  • March 19  Ghosts of Fort Reno Tour at Fort Reno in El Reno
    Info: By lantern light, hear stories of restless spirits of the old post, along with some of the unsolved mysteries and murders that occurred here.
    For more information: 405-262-3987, www.fortreno.org

Check back often for more spring break events as details become available.