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Jul. 14 • Little House on the Prairie featuring Kay Little of Little History Adventures

A presentation on Laura Ingalls Wilder

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Jul. 20 • The Great Kevin Wade (2 shows 3 pm and 6 pm)

Fun and educational magic show

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Jul. 21 • **CANCELED** Camp Woolaroc for children ages 6-8

Adventure camp at Woolaroc

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What's Nearby Bartlesville

While you are in Bartlesville, take a quick 30-minute drive West on Highway 60  to Pawhuska to visit The Pioneer Woman Mercantile as well as many other great shops and restaurants!

Pawhuska Chamber of Commerce

 

YMCA Youth Basketball Program
YMCA Youth Cheer Program
YMCA Youth Football Program

News

Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department to Launch New Parking Pass Program to Fund Oklahoma State Parks

Posted: Jun. 8

Funds raised from parking pass fees at 22 state parks will help fund improvement and maintenance of Oklahoma State Parks’ facilities and infrastructure....

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Oklahoma State Parks App Now Available From Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department

Posted: Jun. 4

OKLAHOMA CITY — Spread out across Oklahoma are more than 30 Oklahoma State Parks. Visitors to the parks will find beautiful scenery, inviting accommodations and a diverse range of activities and amenities....

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OKM Music Postpones its 36th Festival to September 4-10, 2020

Posted: May. 1

BARTLESVILLE, Okla....

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Attractions

Kiddie Park

There's no place like Kiddie Park!...

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Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve

To enjoy "Sanctuary", a new video about Woolaroc, click here!...

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Nellie Johnstone No. 1- Oklahoma's 1st Commercial Oil Well

Visitors to historic Johnstone Park can enjoy viewing a replica of the Nellie Johnstone No. 1, the first commercial oil well drilled in what is now the state of Oklahoma on March 25, 1897. The replica marks the spot of the original site....

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