Nestled in the heart of Green Country, Pryor is the site of two highly popular music events each summer – Country Fever and Rocklahoma – and is also just 10 minutes from Lake Hudson, one of the top three bass fishing lakes in Oklahoma. The Coo-Y-Yah Museum, housed in the Katy Railroad Depot, features Cherokee and Osage artifacts and exhibits, art, a rare salt-glazed pottery collection and a Native American Art Gallery among its treasures. Browse authentic Indian art paintings, prints and gifts crafted by the internationally known father and daughter team of Bill and Traci Rabbit, registered members of the Cherokee Nation, at Rabbit Gallery.
Grab your best concert buddy and hit the road to experience one of Oklahoma's first-rate music festivals. Whatever sounds good to your ear—from jazz and heavy metal to classical music and the latest underground sub-genre you haven’t even heard of yet—you'll find a festival in Oklahoma that celebrates it with style.
The Western experience in Oklahoma isn’t limited to grownups. Even little buckaroos will find plenty of ways to experience ranch life and living history without having to ride a 2,000-pound bull or rope a steer.
Driving the old Shawnee cattle trail is scenic and entertaining as you pass through a delightfully eclectic set of towns such as Durant, Muskogee, Pryor, Vinita, Sand Springs, and Bartlesville.