- TripBuzz found 58 things to do with kids in or near Owasso, Oklahoma, including 51 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Tulsa, Claremore, Broken Arrow and Sand Springs.
- From Owasso Sports Complex to Extreme Cheer Company, the Owasso area offers 35 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Gymnastics, Bowling and Parks.
- Less than 20 minutes from Tulsa, Owasso, OK was settled in Cherokee Indian territory. In addition to the activities provided by the nearby Tulsa, Owasso hosts popular events of its own, including the Harvest Festival, Owasso Christmas Parade, a number of Veteran's Events, and other community events throughout the year.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Circle Cinema is a non-profit movie theater with three screens, digital projection and a snack bar. The theater displays independent and foreign films along with documentaries.
River Parks offers a wide range of outdoor activities and entertainment options to choose from with its numerous multi-purpose paved trails, playgrounds, a disc golf course and an amphitheater which hosts live music performances, among many other amenities.
Visit Tulsa's Big Splash Water Park and treat your family to a day of fun in the sun. Your kids will have a blast zipping down the water slides, tubing, and splashing in the pools, then for a break, concessions are available for a bite to eat.
Oklahoma State University is a public research university with an enrollment of 25,708. The university's athletic programs, which compete in the Big 12 conference, include a successful college football team as well as men's and women's basketball
An 8,000-square-foot bowling center, Dust Bowl Lanes & Lounge features six bowling lanes as well as a VIP room with two additional lanes. The center offers party hosting, a full bar, a patio area and a dining menu.
Originally designed as a municipal auditorium and convention all, the Brady Theater now serves as a popular stage theater for the local area. Popular acts that have performed at the historic site include The Cars, Tony Bennett, Devo, Bill Cosby, Tom Jones, and Alice Cooper.