The breadth activities at OKC Riversport is nearly as diverse as the natural terrain and wildlife that surround their locations. Adventure-seekers can test their mettle on the Air Express zipline and SandRidge Sky Trail, or explore the 13 miles of trails on a bike.
Like a cat equipped with scuba gear, OKC Riversport's visitors aren't relegated entirely to the land. Across Lake Overholser and the Oklahoma River, fleets of kayaks and standup paddleboards cut across the water. The sounds of drums fill the air as instructors teach students how to man the dragon boats—inspired by festive Chinese fishing vessels—or battle maritime knights. Pupils can discover a water sport for the first time or hone existing watercraft skills.
Oklahoma City Kayak supplies its customers with the gear they need to navigate the city's local waterways. Friendly staffers can help patrons select the perfect kayak, canoe, standup paddleboard, or other vessel. Aside from its retail shop, Oklahoma City Kayak also employs instructors who teach the skills needed to use many kinds of kayaks.
Scissor-wielding students at Chad Barton's School of Hair Design study precision haircutting and coloring before showing off their skills during instructor-supervised cuts and colors. During men's clips, stylists transform craniums into polished cuts, hip surfer styles, or WiFi-capable mohawks. For women, they'll carefully mold locks into edgy, stylish coiffures that flatteringly frame faces. Ladies then select a color service, such as the full color treatment that's designed to morph follicular forests into grove of vibrant color, or highlights that augment natural hue. During two-color foil service, they'll paint locks with highlights and lowlights, seal strands in foil, and allow the metallic glow to infuse hair with a shimmery, dimensional look.