Muskogee Chick Trip

Explore the quaint town of Muskogee with your best gal pals.

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Tulips line up under the trees in Honor Heights Park in Muskogee where the annual Azalea Festival takes place.
Photo Credit: Carolyn Fletcher

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Day One - Friday

Evening - Make your way to the nearby Muskogee Little Theater for a talent-filled stage show or kick back in front of the big screen at one of two local cinemas. Paint the town red with a night on the dance floor and live music at local nightclub, Max’s Garage.

Day Two - Saturday

Morning - Hit the ground running on Saturday morning at the farmers market in Okie Square, which features Oklahoma products exclusively. Your delightful breakfast at the B&B will fuel your outing through the fresh, Oklahoma-grown produce, plants, herbs, baked goods, wine and flowers.

Afternoon - Next, head indoors to Arrowhead Mall, where standouts include the Daily Grind coffee shop and Candy Craze.

Evening - Savor dinner at the Station 1 restaurant for mouthwatering food in the historical former Muskogee Fire Station Number 1 building. Then head back to the Graham-Carroll House for pajama party conversation with your BFFs.

Day Three - Sunday

Morning - The last Muskogee morning calls for dining in style, so assemble your ladies for a savory breakfast. Upon checkout, take a stroll through Honor Heights Park. Home to the Azalea Festival in April and the Garden of Lights in December, this verdant wonderland is a 150-acre gem tucked into one of the oldest neighborhoods in Muskogee. You’ll appreciate the quiet time walking along the stream, climbing up to the waterfall or viewing the arboretum.

Drive down US-69 on your way out of town and visit the Amish Country Store & Restaurant. Homemade fudge, preserves, pickles and other Amish delicacies are available from this roadside treasure trove. Sit for a delicious lunch in the tearoom and stock up on candy and snacks for the car ride home.

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