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Oklahoma River Cruises
701 S Lincoln Blvd
Oklahoma River Cruises is one of Oklahoma City's most unique attractions. Three types of cruises are available including a private charter, a sunset cruise or public ferry service. Board an Oklahoma River cruiser and tour a scenic seven-mile stretch of the Oklahoma River, located just south of downtown Oklahoma City. Guests can board an Oklahoma River cruiser at one of four boarding areas: Bricktown, Regatta Park, Exchange or Meridian Landing. Choose from a one-way pass or a round-trip pass; boats can also be used as transit from the Meridian Corridor all the way to downtown Oklahoma City's Bricktown Entertainment District.
While on board, ask the deck hand about available beverages and snacks to enjoy on your trip. Themed cocktail cruises are also available on Friday and Saturday nights. Themed cruises are a part of the public ferry service. View the ferry schedule on Oklahoma River Cruises' website for available departure times. Recreational facilities throughout the surrounding Boathouse District include nearly 14 miles of trails, public boating and fishing facilities, 18 pedestrian bridges and more than 6,000 trees.
Public ferry service tickets can be purchased onboard. Sunset Cruise tickets can be purchased online.
Bricktown Landing (334 Centennial Drive) is located South of Bass Pro and below the Landrun Monument. Parking is available based on Bricktown events.
Regatta Park Landing (701 S Lincoln Blvd) is located adjacent to Bricktown and is a short trip from hotels, restaurants and entertainment. Parking at Regatta Park Landing is available in the lot east of the boarding area and directly across the street on the east side of Lincoln.
Exchange Landing (1503 Exchange Ave) is located only minutes away from Oklahoma City's famous Historic Stockyards City, known as the Horse Show Capital of the World. This unique, Western-themed district offers a variety of businesses specializing in Western wear, rustic furniture and dining. Parking at Exchange Landing is available in the lot east of the boarding area.
Meridian Landing (4345 SW 15th St) is conveniently located near hotels and popular attractions that include the Will Rogers World Airport, Oklahoma State Fair Park, amusement parks, shopping, dining and nightlife options. Parking at Meridian Landing is available in the lot south of the boarding area.
April: ferry operates Friday-Sunday
May-September: ferry operates Wednesday-Sunday
October: ferry operates Friday-Sunday
June-September: Themed ferry cruises and Sunset Cruises are held in the evenings
Private charters are available year-round, weather permitting. Visit website to view the ferry schedule.
Adults: $12 for 1.5 hour round trip and $15 for all day.
Children (7 to 12): $6 for 1.5 hour round trip and $7.50 for all day.
Seniors (over 60): $6.00 for 1.5 hour round trip and $7.50 for all day.
Children (6 and under): FREE While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.