Located in Canadian County, Yukon is home to around 23,000 people. Visit the city on a bus charter in Yukon, Oklahoma today.
A bus charter in Yukon, Oklahoma can help you tour the following sites:
Catch a performance by the Stage Door Theatre, which you can find at the Yukon Museum and Arts Center. The community theater has five main productions for every season and also holds a fundraiser every year. Then go to the Yukon's Best Railroad Museum and the Yukon Farm Museum where you could still see historic train cars and farm equipment. You also have the Yukon Historical Society Museum and Art Center, where you can find replicas of Main Street businesses and learn more about the history of Yukon.
Then visit the Yukon Veterans Museum, where you can learn about the men and women who were in active duty during all the wars of the country. Also check out the many activities that the city hosts including Christmas in the Park, the Pumpkin Harvest Craft Festival, and the Oklahoma Czech Festival.
Go to the Archery Traditions of Oklahoma and learn how to shoot a bow and arrow. The 10,000-square-foot indoor archery range can help you practice for hunting or competitions. You can also go the Yukon BMX Raceway where you can catch a race and learn more about racing.
Then there are three golf courses that you can play on: Links At Mustang Creek, Westbury Country Club, and Golf Club At Surrey Hills.
There are five sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Czech Hall was built in the 1920s and was designed by George Morava and is still the center of the Czech Festival that happens every October. While the West Point Christian Church was built in the 1890s and still operates as a church today. Other nationally registered historic places are the McGranahan Portion of the Chisholm Trail Roadbed, Mulvey Mercantile, and Yukon Public Library.
Also check out the Flour Mill on Route 66, which was relit in 2013 and has several improvement projects underway. Or you can check out the historic homes downtown. Route 66 also runs through the city's downtown area.
Yukon takes care of three recreational facilities, a dozen parks, and three aquatic facilities.
Louis Carroll Taylor Park has the J. Calvin Ball Field, home to the Spirit League for people with disabilities. Meanwhile the Chisholm Trail Park is the highlight of the city's park system and features the best walking and running trails, picnic pavilions and a lookout peak. This is also a great place for annual events and celebrations. Check out the Freedom Trail Playground where everybody can play. The facility welcomes people with disabilities and features tower structures, bridges, swings, ladders, a sand dig, musical landscape, basketball court, and a memorial that pays tribute to the children who died in the Murrah Building bombing. There is also a fishing pond, nature trails, and a swimming pool on the site.
Other parks you can go to include Chisholm Trail Park, the City Park, Kimbell Park, Bledsoe Park, Hilcrest Park, Ranchwood Park, Sunrise Park, Taylor Park, Welch Park, Dickenson Park, and Greenbelt, where you have a variety of sports courts and athletic fields, picnic facilities, open spaces and other amenities.
You should also check out the Kirkpatrick Family Farm where you have a number of festivals happening yearly, including the Chisholm Trail Crawfish Festival. The farm has 33 acres of space and welcomes families who just want to have fun outdoors.