The Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department is sharing ways that Oklahomans can enjoy the cooler temperatures, explore the outdoors and see the natural beauty of our state parks. From hiking through the foliage to making eye-catching autumn-themed crafts, there are plenty of reasons to visit a state park this fall. Many of the parks have planned fall-themed activities and events.
Every Tuesday-Sunday in October*: The Nature Center has plenty of fun fall-themed crafts and activities planned throughout the month! There will be many crafts, pumpkin carving contests, costume contests, hikes and much more!
Saturday, Oct. 28: All Day – Trick or Treat in the Nature Center; 11 a.m. – Nature print tees; 1 p.m. Slither and hiss; 3 p.m. – Toad meet and greet; 7:30 p.m. – Blacklight glow egg hunt.
Sunday, Oct. 29: All Day – Trick or Treat in the Nature Center; 11 a.m. – Sun catchers; 2 p.m. – Cedar disk pumpkins.
Tuesday, Oct. 31: All Day – Trick or Treat at the Nature Center; 11 a.m. – Leaf owl craft; 2 p.m. Flappy bat craft.