From Visit Enid comes this great list of things to check out while hanging out in town during the week while on Spring Break!
While many are on vacation this week, many more stayed home. You may even be welcoming some guests to Enid. So whether you are entertaining this week or looking for a mini Stay-cation, here’s a Spring Break-list of things to do in Enid this week.
Leonardo’s Children’s Museum and Adventure Quest. Enid’s hands-on arts and science museum offers an art studio and pottery lab, the opportunity to pet a chinchilla, and run and play in a three-story science castle. How cool is that?
Enid Public Library. The library has many fun activities scheduled for children of all ages this week, many of them are listed on our community calendar at the top of this newsletter.
Discover Enid’s public art. Yes, there are several sculptures around the downtown square but there are also various pieces throughout Enid, including The Homesteaders (pictured) at the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center. Check out our list here to find where these treasurers are located.
Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center. Folks all around Oklahoma know about the Heritage Center and the amazing way it tells the story of the Great Land Run of 1893. Many locals think they’ll get around to visiting it someday. Why not this week?
Enid parks. With nice weather forecast throughout the week and new playground equipment at several Enid parks, including Champlin Park and Government Springs Park, there will be many opportunities to let the children burn off a lot of that pent-up energy.
Railroad Museum of Oklahoma. What child doesn’t like trains? Several model train sets are running inside the museum, while out in the rail yard the kids can climb inside dining cars, cabooses and engines.
Coffee houses. Adults and children love to have their favorite drink at one of many Enid coffee houses, including Five80 Coffeehouse, Davinci’s or Starbucks.
Enid’s music scene. Several Enid nightspots offer live music throughout the week. It’s a great way to unwind and hang out with friends or perhaps meet some new friends.
Crosslin Dog Park. Take your pooch to the park and let him run wild. The park is set up with separate play areas for large and small dogs.
Enid Trail System. There’s a good possibility you’ll run into someone you know when you walk, jog or ride your bike on the trail, which runs east and west south of Garriott from Oakwood to Independence.