Okmulgee Now App

Want to stay up to date on all the events in Okmulgee? Check out the Okmulgee Now app.  You can explore all the attractions Okmulgee has to offer from historic locations, such as the Creek Council House, to outdoor activities. It has a complete directory of local businesses and organizations, such as real estate, automotive, medical,…

OK Bounce

OK Bounce is the leader in quality party equipment rentals in the greater Henryetta area. You’ll find a great selection of fun Inflatable Water Slides, Interactive and Combo rentals for all occasions. Ok Bounce LLC is a family owned and operated party rental business, licensed and inspected by the Oklahoma Department of Labor, and a…

YMCA & Water Park

Our Cause Defines Us We know that lasting personal and social change comes about when we all work together. That’s why at the Y, strengthening community is our cause.  Every day, we work side-by-side with our neighbors to make sure that everyone, regardless of age, income or background, has the opportunity to learn, grow and…

Jandebeurs Motor Sports Park

Our 170 acre Park & Clubhouse offer great facilities for riding & racing for the entire family. Dirt bike rental and Riders school for “Kids” of all ages! Call: (918) 408-1322 12701 N. Highway 75 Okmulgee, Oklahoma For a list of upcoming events, be sure and visit us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/mostfunondirt

Okmulgee Lake & Dripping Springs Recreation Area

Nestled in the mighty oak trees just west of Okmulgee are two beautiful park areas, the Okmulgee & Dripping Springs Lake & Recreation Area. Plan a visit for scenery, relaxation and recreation. The recreation area is located along two beautiful lakes, the 668 acre Okmulgee Lake that was built in 1927 and the 1,150 acre…

Creek Council House Museum

This national historic landmark in Oklahoma is home to exhibits filled with history and culture. Whether you go to see the more-than-a-century-old architecture or the ancient artifacts, the Muscogee Creek Council House Museum is worth a visit. The Old Muscogee Creek Nation tribal council building is a magnificent old building rich in its history. “This…

The Orpheum

The Orpheum Theater, originally known as The Cook Theater, was built in 1919 by L.H. D. Cook. The theater held 1,200 seats in the balcony and main floor, it was a center of vaudeville entertainment throughout the heyday of Okmulgee, during the oil boom days of the 20s and 30s. Cook changed the name of…

The GOPO Mural

The Grand Old Post Office, or GOPO as we call it around here, has been converted by the Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology into student housing. The cherry on top of the sundae here is a beautiful mural by Okmulgee native Carmen Taylor. “It illustrates the cowboy spirit of the school and the state,” Taylor…