The Papilion at Honor Heights Park
Honor Heights Park is Muskogee’s number one tourism attraction. Anyone who has visited the park during either the Azalea Festival or the Garden of Lights knows these attractions bring visitors… Read More
Located in the Depot District of Muskogee, Depot Green serves as the main trailhead for Centennial Trail as well as a green space for community gatherings, festivals and events. Weekly… Read More
Held since 1968, Muskogee’s Honor Heights Park boasts 40 acres of manicured gardens with over 30,000 azaleas in 625 varieties. Visit this stunning park throughout the month of April for… Read More
Garden of Lights at Honor Heights Park
The beautiful Honor Heights Park comes alive with lights in the evenings. From Thanksgiving through New Years Day, visitors can enjoy a stunning drive through a holiday delight. The drive-through… Read More
This park offers a playground and sprayground with picnic areas, basketball courts, baseball/softball practice area, and soccer goals. Walking trails and outdoor fitness equipment are available as well.
COODY CREEK DOG PARK
Dog Park in Muskogee, Oklahoma
BILL POOL PARK
This 2.5-acre park in Phoenix Village has picnic tables, a playground, and a basketball court.
This 2-acre park north of Shawnee Street has shaded picnic areas, a playground, an open area, and a basketball court.
HONOR HEIGHTS PARK
Originally purchased by the City of Muskogee in 1909, Honor Heights Park has proved to be the “the crown jewel” in Muskogee’s park system. The idyllic setting of the features… Read More
Daniel Boone’s son, Nathan, originally surveyed this 43-acre hillside park across the street from the Oklahoma School for the Blind. The eastern boundary of the park is the boundary of… Read More