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Best activities for preschoolers in Oklahoma

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Fun for the little ones

If you are looking for places to go and things to do with your preschoolers, consider some of Oklahoma's top parks, playgrounds and other attractions. Let's take a look at some of the best activities for preschoolers across the state of Oklahoma.

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Orr Family Farm

Everyone in your family will love Orr Family Farm but it's especially fun for preschoolers. Start with a train ride or carousel ride, and then move on to horse swings, pedal cars, super slides and more. Preschoolers love visiting the petting zoo, taking a pony ride, learning how to fish or panning for jewels. The playground is also fun, as well as the giant jumping pillows. Don't miss out on the food, from Oklahoma barbecue to homemade fudge and kettle corn. You can even reserve a fire pit to roast wieners and marshmallows.

Location: 14400 S. Western Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73170
Phone: 405-799-3276
Rates: $10 per person. Additional fees to ride the zip line.
Website:
orrfamilyfarm.com

Leonardo's Discovery Warehouse and Adventure Quest

Located in Enid, Oklahoma, this unique spot features interactive exhibits and play areas indoors at Leonardo's along with a three-story science park outside at Adventure Quest. Your preschoolers (and other children) will love everything there is to see and do at Leonardo's. You can get up close and personal with animals, get creative in the art studio, build something at the carpenter shop, explore the flight tower, dig for fossils in the excavation pit, blast off in the space shuttle, dress up in the mini theatre and much more. For preschoolers, Tot Lot is a must -- this play area is designed just for kids ages 4 and younger. The outdoor Adventure Quest features bridges, mazes, slides, swings and much more in this outdoor playground.

Location: 200 E. Maple Ave., Enid, Oklahoma, 73701
Phone: 580-233-2787
Rates: All-day admission: $7; Kids under 2 are free
Website: leonardos.org

The PlayZone

The Playzone at Dynamo Gymnastics in Oklahoma City is a fantastic place for preschoolers and other children. If your kids love a McDonald's playground, kick it up a (big) notch and take them to this incredible indoor playground with a three-story high obstacle course. It's safe, clean and climate-controlled. The cost is cheap but the fun is plentiful. They even offer a smaller, separate toddler area. Kids love the large winding tubes, the huge slides, the zip line, monkey rings, air bounce and more. Remember that all kids must be wearing socks. They also reserve for birthday parties and other group events.

Location: 7212 W. Hefner Road, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73162
Phone: 405-728-0500
Rates: $5 for up to two hours.
Website: dynamogym.com

Celebration Station

For a fun family day with your preschoolers and other kids, head to Celebration Station for bumper boats and cars, go-karts, miniature golf and other activities. They also offer over 100 video and redemption games, as well as alley rollers, driving games and prize cranes.

Location: 509 Westline Drive, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 73108
Phone: 405-942-7888
Rates: No admission fee to get into the park. However, you can purchase an all-day play pass for unlimited rides. Games and batting cages are extra.
Website: celebrationstation.com

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