Beautiful scenery around Pryor attracts all who love nature and the outdoor life. An abundance of lakes, parks and waterfalls provide opportunities for anyone who enjoys nature walks, fishing and all water sports at their finest. Pryor is located in the “Heart of Green Country”, less than 50 miles from more than 2,500 miles of lakeshore – and just 10 minutes from Lake Hudson, one of Oklahoma’s most beautiful lakes and an angler’s paradise.
DISCOVER DOWNTOWN PRYOR – with blocks of unique locally-owned shops and boutiques. Take in a movie at the Allred Theater - a restored 1916 vaudeville movie house. Stop by one of our restaurants for local home-style southern cooking and bar-b-que, as well as Mexican, Chinese, Italian, Continental Grills and major chain restaurants.
Visit the Old Katy Depot Museum or Rabbit Studio Gallery. Play a round of golf at Pryor Creek Golf Course. Pryor Creek Nature Trail, along Pryor Creek, is easy for walking, jogging and mountain bike riding.
Our community enjoys an abundance of lush parks.Whitaker Park, located in the center of Pryor, provides tennis courts, swimming pool, measured walking trail, fishing pond, sand volleyball and basketball courts, playgrounds and picnic pavilions. For one-of-a-kind treasures visit First Saturday Trader’s Day in the park from April through November.
Whitaker Park is also home to American Cowboy Trade Days and theNational Cowboy Day Celebration on the weekend of the 3rd Saturday in July.
Centennial Park was built in 2007, in a project launched by Pryor's Rotary Club to honor
our state's 100th Birthday. This most recent addition to Pryor's park system is home to a
walking trail, picnic pavilion and lush gardens. It has become a popular spot for weddings
and other celebrations..
Just outside of Pryor on Hwy 69: Visitors “Catch the Fever”
at Oklahoma’s latest tourist attraction in music. The 400-acre concert venue features Rocklahoma on Memorial Day weekend.
Dry Gulch U.S.A., a replica of an old west town complete with 1880s historical buildings, steam engine trains and wagon rides, welcomes more than 60,000 visitors to the Christmas Train in December.
South on Hwy 69 MidAmerica Expo Center houses various events throughout the year and is available to the area communities and visitors.
The Dam J.A.M. Bicycle Tour takes place the first Saturday after Labor Day each year. You’ll experience lush countryside, well paved, shady rural roads, DAM J.A.M.’s world-famous festive rest stops, and some of the best support of any bicycle ride...anywhere.
The Mayes County Fairgrounds hosts the ACRA/CRRA Rodeo on the 4th of July weekend.and the Mayes County Fair the weekend after Labor Day.
While you explore our neighborhood, stay in one of our area motels, which are conveniently located to provide you with a home away from home, while you discover the attractions of Oklahoma’s Green Country.