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Ride a Charter Bus in Sand Springs, Oklahoma and Visit the City

Sand Springs is located in both Tulsa and Osage counties. It is home to around 19,000 people. Get on a charter bus in Sand Springs, Oklahoma and see the attractions with friends and family.

A charter bus in Sand Springs, Oklahoma can help you tour these places:

Arts & Culture

Attend the Herbal Affair & Festival, which happens yearly in April. The city will host more than 100 vendors who will be selling herbs and other plants. More than 25,000 people attend the event every year. Then visit the Sand Springs Cultural & Historical Museum, which sports art deco architecture. The museum was built to honor Charles Page. Learn more about the city's beginnings through several exhibits such as the Sand Springs Home & Widow's Colony Exhibit.

Restaurants & Shopping

There are several local business that you can go to. But you should not miss visiting the Little Quilt Shop and take home something unique and beautiful.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Golfers head out to the Canyons at Blackjack Ridge. The 18-hole course has more than 6,100 yards at the longest tees. It has a 71 par, 69.5 course rating and a 125 slope rating. The course was designed by Floyd Farley and Randy Heckenkemper. It was first opened in the 1950s.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Fort Arbuckle is the first of many Fort Arbuckles that currently exist in the state. The army at the first Fort Arbuckle were instrumental in the founding of the Creek Nation. The war fort was later on used as a trading post for Indians and white men. Then check out the Foster B. Parriott House, which was built before the 1930s. The house has a high style colonial revival architecture with unusually elaborate designs. The house was designed by Boillot and Lauck. Further, check out Sand Springs Power Plant, which was established by Charles Page as part of his Sand Springs industrial community. The site is currently vacant. All these three sites are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Plan a hike at the Keystone Ancient Forest, where you will find centuries-old trees located inside a nature preserve that has more than 1,300 acres of space. You can also view wildlife here such as deer, bobcat, mountain lion, birds, and American eagles, as well as more than 80 species of butterflies.

Or you can spend the day fishing at Keystone Lake. Catch walleye, bass, catfish or striper fish or just enjoy the water by boating, skiing or swimming. Then check out the Keystone State Park where you can camp or stay at one of the almost two dozen lake view cabins, have a picnic or enjoy the playground. Other amenities include a marina, a boat ramp and fitness and hiking trails. Also check out Shell Lake where you have the chance to go fishing, have a picnic, ride a boat or just plain enjoy the scenery.

The city also has several parks that allow you to enjoy the outdoors even more. These parks offer you a wide variety of activities, sports facilities, athletic fields, courts, picnic facilities, playgrounds and other amenities. Some of the parks you should go to are Angus Valley Park, Charles Page Triangle Park, Freedom Field Park, Limestone Valley Park, Prattwood III Park, Ray Brown Park, Sand Springs Lake Park, Sand Springs Rotary Centennial Park, Sand Springs Round-Up Club Rodeo Arena, and the Glens Park.

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