Experiencing Oklahoma from the water is one of the best ways to unwind and see new sights. Book an Oklahoma boat tour to help you enjoy relaxing rural lake and urban river waters from new angles.
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Embark on a tour of Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, one of Oklahoma’s most popular lakes, via the iconic Grand Lake Queen riverboat. Seasonal boat tours grant passengers a chance to board a stately vessel, reminiscent of the Victorian-era paddleboats that once traveled Mississippi River waters. Hop on board to learn the history of Grand Lake's paddleboats while getting a glimpse of Har-Ber Village Museum, the Sailboat Bridge, Patricia Island Estates and Grand Lake O' the Cherokees.
Offering daily sightseeing cruises and special occasion private charters, the Grand Lake Queen transports visitors around Grand Lake in climate-controlled comfort. From May through October, board the Grand Lake Queen riverboat at the base of the Sailboat Bridge off Highway 59 N in Grove.
Oklahoma River Cruises transport travelers across a seven-mile stretch of the Oklahoma River (formerly the North Canadian River). While cruising between downtown Oklahoma City and the Meridian Avenue hotel corridor, this public ferry offers plenty of family-friendly fun. Book a spot on a 1.5 hour ride, and settle in to enjoy beverages and snacks while viewing Oklahoma City from river waters.
Grab a ticket to ride this 35-passenger riverboat, which departs daily from Bricktown Landing south of Bass Pro Shop, Regatta Park Landing at 701 S. Lincoln Blvd., Exchange Landing at 1503 Exchange Ave. and Meridian Landing at S.W. 15th Street, just east of Meridian Avenue. For a sightseeing tour by boat, pay as you board, or reserve your own private charter cruise.
For a narrated canal boat ride, take a seat inside a Bricktown Water Taxi. Get ready to see the Bricktown Entertainment District from a fresh perspective as the water taxi ferries passengers through the heart of downtown. Along the way, the water taxi ambassador entertains passengers while pointing out must-see restaurants and attractions.
From April to October, water taxis depart every 10 – 15 minutes from the landing on the Bricktown Riverwalk. Off-season tours are weather dependent, so it’s best to check the water taxi’s website for scheduling. Tickets are available online or at the ticket booth located across from the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark on Mickey Mantle Boulevard.
Experience extreme summer vibes during an outing with Broken Bow Lake Tiki Boat Tours. Enjoy the cozy free shuttle ride over to the cocktail deck before your Broken Bow Lake tour begins. Settle into a soft lounge chair inside the Tiki Bus, and once you reach your final destination on land, unwind with drinks, snacks and yard games. After boarding your Tiki Boat, get ready to bust a move while taking in scenic Broken Bow views on a fun cruise through southwest Oklahoma waters.