Cherokee Heritage Center & Spring fun at Lake Tenkiller, Oklahoma

Whether you are looking for peace and quiet or adventure, spring at Lake Tenkiller or Tahlequah offers a broad range of activities to fit everyone’s needs. Average temperatures range from highs in the 70s and lows in the 50s. Trees are blooming especially the Redbuds and Bradford pear trees, giving indication of the end of winter.

Activities in the area range from viewing wildlife at the Cookson Game Refuge to Art Shows at the Cherokee Heritage Center. Here’s a few of the activities scheduled for March 2013.

March 16, 2013: Nineteenth Century Etiquette Workshop, Murrell Home in Tahlequah, OK

March 28, 2013: Step Afrika at Northeastern State University Sequoyah Institute in Tahlequah, OK

March through August 2013: Cookson Game Refuge in Cookson, OK

Check any of the local Visitor sites for specific details on these events and many more happenings in the area. Plan to stay at Terrapin Peak Bed, Breakfast & Beyond, about 17 miles south of Tahlequah and enjoy your own private moment of spring.

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