A recipient of last year's Top Family Entertainment Center in North America, HeyDay Entertainment provides activities, games, and fun for adults. On an indoor ropes course, harnessed climbers traverse balance beams and bridges suspended far above the large arcade. From that vantage point, patrons get a bird's eye view of the latest arcade and video games. In the two-level, 7,000-square-foot laser-tag arena, walls of swirling fog close tightly around warriors as they hide under bridges and dodge behind illuminated pillars. The noise of good-natured combat drifts faintly out over 18 holes of mini golf littered with waterfalls, streams, sand traps, and rugged outdoorsmen trying to live off sand.
DoubleDave's Pizzaworks, an onsite family-friendly restaurant and sports bar, quells protesting tummies between games with a menu of strombolis, wings, sandwiches, and hand-tossed pizzas made with fresh-daily dough. Boomerang Grille offers filling sandwiches like the California club and teriyaki chicken, plus a variety of plentiful, colorful salads. The adults-only (21 and up) Revolutions Lounge quenches thirsts, and HeyDay Entertainment offers birthday party, group, and company packages for adults and kids.
Andy Alligator's Water Park—next to its dry-land counterpart, Andy Alligator's Fun Park—laughs in the face of heat waves with its map of maritime attractions designed for cooling down on a hot day. The Riptide Racer's towering structure sends splish-splashers rocketing down colorful slides on their stomachs, while thrill-seekers cajole their buddies into two-person tubes before shooting through the spirals of the Banzai Pipeline. Island-themed walkways and slides festoon the play space at Cowabunga Cove, and the Paradise River lazily flows in a loop for relaxing tube rides and slow-motion reenactments of Speed 2: Cruise Control. Snorkels Café and Grill serves a menu of burgers, pizza, and sandwiches to replenish the energy spent by drenched diners.
Oklahoma may be landlocked, but you wouldn't know it after visiting White Water Bay. The state's largest water park invites visitors to relax, take in a Dive-In Movie, or munch on funnel cakes, pizza, and other snacks. But it's the water park's more than 30 family, raft, and slide rides that bring the crowds for H2O-related fun. Check out a few highlights below.
Splash into the water after free falling 64 feet down from this 277-foot-long speed slide.
The lazy river welcomes your whole family to lounge atop an inflatable tube while you float down a slow-moving river.
The whole family travels down this flume slide before landing in a 4-foot pool.
Individuals or pairs can hop aboard this high-energy, high-capacity tubing bowl ride.
Choose between a pair of slides, each featuring an 8-foot drop, for a wild adventure.
Whether you're planning a quick getaway or a long vacation, Orr Family Farm in Oklahoma City has your name written all over it.
If you're planning on driving to Orr Family Farm, you can rest assured knowing that ample parking is in the area.
European Formula EK20 karts whiz by on Pole Position Raceway’s quarter-mile track, cruising at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. Spectators crank their heads to keep up. This is thanks to a fleet of electric-powered karts, which accelerate more quickly and hug curves more smoothly than gas-powered karts without dumping out clouds of exhaust.
To sate speed cravings, drivers simply arrive and drive—show up and nab one of 12 spots in the next race. Then with a DOT-approved racing helmet, they push the pedal to the floor for roughly 10 minutes, drafting their opponents to fly past them near the finish line. At the end of each race, drivers receive a SpeedSheet that displays their race results, fastest lap time, and the likelihood of getting their own action-movie franchise. For those seeking to dive deep into the world of racing, Pole Position Raceway offers driving clinics and youth racing camps, where younger racers pilot EK10 karts that peak at 20 mph.
Grab your friends and head on over to Cactus Jack's in Oklahoma City for a funtastic day of rides and excitement.
If a bite's all you're after, then you'll want to stop by this park for a delicious fill of their home-cooked food.
You won't need to get a sitter before heading to this park — kids are more than welcome at this family-friendly establishment.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.