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All About Broken Arrow
Located in northeastern Oklahoma between the Arkansas and Verdigris rivers, the city of Broken Arrow is an ideal jumping-off point for exploring the region’s natural attractions. These include the 225 miles of shoreline on Fort Gibson Lake in Sequoyah State Park and the sweeping prairieland and oak forests of Fort Gibson Wildlife Management Area. Twenty minutes’ drive northwest, the city of Tulsa boasts Art Deco architecture and acclaimed cultural institutions like the Philbrook Museum of Art and the Tulsa Air & Space Museum, while to the south there are rural communities perfect for backroad drives and visits to U-pick farms.
Within Broken Arrow, you can find bohemian neighborhoods dripping with charm like the downtown Rose District, home to the Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, which hosts sporting and music events, as well as a strip of cafes, casual restaurants, and small museums. Whether you are exploring northeastern Oklahoma or plan to spend time in this pleasant Tulsa suburb, Broken Arrow has several options to keep you busy.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Broken Arrow?
Temperatures and weather conditions vary throughout the year in Broken Arrow. Between May and September, temperatures can be pleasantly warm, with only minimal chances of precipitation. The summer months can be an excellent time to look for cabins to rent in Broken Arrow, as the weather is conducive to outdoor activities like hiking the neighboring Redbud Valley Nature Preserve, or enjoying festivities and activities in the Rose District. One of the more popular festivals in the area is the Woodcarving & Folk Arts Festival, which takes place on Main Street during the first half of September. Winter months tend to be colder, with occasional rain and snowfall and little in the way of outdoor events. However, the shoulder seasons are temperate, with pleasant weather conditions and often brisk temperatures that may require a light jacket.
What are the top things to do in Broken Arrow?
Haikey Creek Park
This 151-acre park has picnic areas, playgrounds, and open green spaces for an afternoon in the sun. Walking trails meander through natural wilderness areas, providing the feeling of immersion in nature without having to leave the city. The park also hosts a disc golf course for something a little more active.
Museum Broken Arrow
Museum Broken Arrow is dedicated to preserving the area’s local history through a series of permanent and rotating exhibits and events like an original jailhouse cell, a pioneer cabin, and replica 19th-century storefronts, with interactive displays and historical photographs showcasing what life used to like in the region.
Rose District Farmers Market
The Rose District Farmers Market takes place every Saturday from April through October. More than 50 vendors from the surrounding area offer local produce, honey, and fresh-baked goods alongside crafts, artwork, and other hand-crafted artisanal goods. Enjoy some live music and performers alongside a morning of fun and shopping.