Whale-come to Catoosa – home of the legendary Blue Whale. This beloved Route 66 landmark stands 20 feet high, 8 feet long and has been attracting crowds for over 40 years. Bring your fishing gear, enjoy a picnic lunch or just drop by for a photo op.
Catoosa is also home to the world-class Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. Offering a 170,000 square foot casino floor, three hotel towers, an 18-hole golf course, on-site dining establishments and nightlife hotspots, a visit to the Hard Rock includes everything you need for a great time.
Learn about the Port of Catoosa’s history at the Oklahoma Maritime Education Center or delve deeper into the city’s history at the Catoosa Historical Society Museum and the D.W. Correll Museum. If you’re looking to reconnect with nature, a hike within the stunning Redbud Valley Nature Preserve is in order.
For a dining experience unlike any other, visit Molly’s Landing. Located in a rustic log cabin on the banks of the Verdigris River, this exquisite eatery offers a full assortment of steaks, game and seafood. When it comes to overnight accommodations, look no further than the Skelly Lodge, an elegant Swiss chalet offering eight beautiful bedrooms.
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