This museum is close to the state park and offers exhibits about the Phillips petroleum company. Exhibits showcase Oklahoma's pioneering attitude, its role as an energy provider and many other exhibits. If your kids have an interest in engineering, then this is perfect.
Visit this wildlife preserve which spans over 3,700 acres and boasts over 20 different species of wildlife. Be awed by the American bison, and be intrigued by the wild elk.
State parks and fishing can be birds of a feather and this is never truer than in Osage Hills State Park. You can catch catfish, trout, and perch at Lookout Lake. The Sand Creek Lake is also a short walk away.
What kid doesn't like to camp beneath the stars? This campsite offers 23 tent sites and 20 RV spaces. There are also two Osage Hills State Park cabins that have central heating, a fireplace, and kitchen facilities. There is even a picnic area to enjoy.