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Oklahoma City Riversport, Oklahoma City

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Outdoor Activity
Located on the Oklahoma River in downtown Oklahoma City, the Boathouse District is emerging as one of the world’s premier sites for both rowing and canoe/kayak – and as a “go to” place for Oklahoma City metro area families and visitors looking for outdoor fun.

RIVERSPORT Adventures offers family fun March to October with adventure courses, zip lines, rock climbing, cycling and on-the-water activities including kayaking, dragon boating and stand up paddle boarding. Visit riversportokc.org to learn more.

The Oklahoma River also hosts family festivals, races and regattas on the river throughout the year. Check the calendar to see what’s coming up.

The U.S. Olympic Committee has recognized the Oklahoma River as a U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site, and you’ll find Olympic hopefuls in both rowing and canoe/kayak training at the OKC National High Performance Center.
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  • Our group started out with the rope course, Rumble Drop, and the slides, and we were a little disappointed. However, once we started rafting we had a great time. Alex, our Australian rafting expert, d...  more »
  • Get there early so you can stay all day! Favorite activity: rafting & tubing Favorite raft guide: Pat - he is silly & fun! Other fun things to do: zip line (extra cost), SUP, Ropes course, rock climbi...  more »
  • The most relaxing way to spend a day. My husband and I went there and at first we're skeptical because there were kids all over the obstacles and rock walls which made us think it was a place primaril...  more »