This tour explores Oklahoma’s unique musical past and present. From the songs of the common man written by legendary folk singer Woody Guthrie to the chart-topping hits of country superstars Reba McEntire and Blake Shelton, Oklahomans have long been churning out tunes that touch world. Music has long been an integral part of the Oklahoma experience.
We have several groups who have bought this because it includes States they’ve not been to. To those groups this is a bucket list tour. Circling from San Francisco north through Oregon and Washington, then east across Idaho into Montana, then south to Wyoming & Utah. Call us and knock these states off your list.
A warm weather getaway in Jan & Feb is an easy sell. Escape the snow and cold in San Antonio and South Padre Island, teach your group how to make Enchiladas and Margaritas, learn about Sea Turtles, migratory birds and dolphins. This is a great addition to any tour program.
This Oregon AgVenture explores the Willamette and Columbia River Valleys and their Agricultural heritage. Did you know there are more than 38,000 farms and agriculture is 13% of the State’s gross domestic product. Take a look at our itinerary and join us for a taste of Oregon.
Oklahoma is considered the “Land of Many Nations,” home to over 60 tribal nations. On this trip, discover the rich history and cultures of these diverse Native American people. Plus, enjoy live country music at the restaurants of Country Music Legends.
Cheyenne. The very name conjures up images of cowboys, rodeos and trains. This tour is all of that and more as you ride through a buffalo herd, see wild horses, discover the Oregon Trail and the prison that held Butch Cassidy
Bring your group to Waco for a little Magnolia Market magnificence and some Fixer Upper fun! You’ll see the places Chip & Joanna Gaines have restored, take a look at their future projects, learn about the Texas Rangers and Dr Pepper – all while enjoying some great food.
Ree Drummond, aka The Pioneer Woman, has launched an empire from Pawhuska, Oklahoma, a small town brimming with charm. She is the blogger, best selling author and host of the Food Network Show “The Pioneer Woman Cooks.” This tour feature’s her story and shows the affect that a TV Show can have on a small town. It includes lots of shopping, Native American history and nature here in the High Grass. Plus there’s a Family-style Four Course Dinner in the Mercantile.
We bet you didn’t think Oklahoma City could be this much fun? Check this out Museums to both Cowboys & Indians and dinner with John Wayne. Another dinner at Toby Keith’s I Love this Bar, a cooking demo, horse racing, a Banjo Museum luncheon, Living History Performance and more . . .
In Texas and Oklahoma during the second half of the 20th Century it was a time of cattle & conflict. Cowboys clashed with the Native Tribes as ranching changed the landscape and the buffalo disappeared. Come learn of the characters who defined this era.