Econo Lodge State Fairgrounds

4601 SW 3rd Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73128, United States
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Bricktown Ballpark

by ATXtraveler

Bricktown Ballpark is one of the premier minor league ballparks in the country. Not only is it the home of the Oklahoma Redhawks baseball club, but it also hosts many regional baseball events, including the Big XII baseball tournament for college baseball every year and other regional playoffs.

Surrounding the ballpark are statues of some of OKC's hometown ball players, such as Mickey Mantle, Johnny Bench, and Roy Munson. The ballpark is open for baseball games, but it also hosts other events like a winter bobsled event when we were here in December. We also made use of the facilities to host a customer event that was catered and took advantage of the suites upstairs.

Overall, I would recommend checking the events schedule when you are headed to OKC.

PEARL'S LAKESIDE SEAFOOD...

by 73daddy

PEARL'S LAKESIDE SEAFOOD GRILLE
'LAKESIDE' IS LOCATED OFF OF BEAUTIFUL LAKE HEFNER IN NORTH OKC. ATMOSPHERE IS UPSCALE WITH A CASUAL/CAJUN FLARE. OVERHANGS THE WATER WITH A BOURBON STREET STYLE OUTSIDE PATIO WITH AWESOME LIVE BLUES AND JAZZ MUSIC. CRAWFISH ETOUFFE- FRESH CRAWFISH AND PASTA IN A SPICY VODKA CREAM SAUCE......WOW

Oklahoma City Zoo

by WFTR

The Oklahoma City Zoo is not particularly unique as zoos go, but it is very nice. They have a good variety of animals both from North America and from around the world. The layout allows one to see most of the cages without too much backtracking. There is plenty of open space, and it is a nice place to take a walk.

When I was there, they had converted all of their primate cages from the traditional 'box with bars' style to a more natural setting. In some ways, these settings can make it harder to see the animals at close distance and therefore defeat the purpose of going to a zoo. In other ways, these settings look much better and appear more comfortable for the animals. The viewing areas included a glass-walled area where one could be very close to the animals if they chose to be there. I remember one orangutan that sat by the window looking at the people. One of the visitors was carrying a paper bag with handles, and the orangutan kept pointing to the bag. The lady opened the bag, and the orangutan watched with interest as she showed him the stuff that she had inside.

They had plans to convert the big cat cages and the bear cages to similar styles in the mid-90's. I'm sure that they are all finished by now.

Trace the history of Oklahoma

by rexvaughan

This is a fairly new museum and is dedicated to the history of Oklahoma. If I were to criticize it at all, it would be that the variety of exhibits is almost too great, but it does cover the waterfront. Among the art works are many of Native American life done by Native Americans. There is also a section on the Civil Rights Movement in Oklahoma and there we discovered the photo of an old friend from the days we lived in Oklahoma City (prior to 1970). Inside is the Winnie May, the airplane belonging to Wiley Post, a friend of Will Rogers who died with him in a plane crash. Oklahoma Cityany joke that it is the only city that has two airports named for men who died in plane crashes. Outside the building itself is the Red River Journey - a walking tour featuring some sense of the Red River Valley land formations and important history. Across the parking lot is an outdoor oilfield exhibit with drilling derricks, a portable derrick and machinery associated with Oklahoma oil explorations

Always Blue Skies in Oklahoma City

by zrim

I checked the weather forecast several days prior to departure and was promised lots of sun and warm temperatures. A great way to start a 4000 mile roadtrip. Alas, as the week wore on the forecast became gloomier and gloomier. Highs in the 50s and mostly cloudy. But the reality of my Wednsday afternoon in Oklahoma City was beyond even the direst predictions. Cold, blustery with the most dreadful gray skies imaginable. A photographers nightmare.

On the bright side, I was given a tour of OKC by a most knowledgeable and gracious host....the one and only Mrclay2000. If you want to learn something about the architecture and history of Oklahoma City, I suggest you visit his homage to his hometown. Great stuff on those pages.

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 Econo Lodge State Fairgrounds

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Address: 4601 SW 3rd Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73128, United States