Things To do

A year round vacation destination, Do Drop Inn has something to offer everyone.

Calera, Oklahoma

Come enjoy world class Casinos, Wineries, Family Entertainment, Museums and more!

Choctaw Casino

The last 30 years has seen a resurgence in efforts to preserve and strengthen the Choctaw Nation’s culture and heritage. Language programs to learn Choctaw are provided from elementary school through college as well as on-line programs for adults. Historical games like stick ball and traditional native dances are taught to the young. A registry of Choctaw artists who have preserved traditional skills like bead work, making baskets, gourds and pipes and wood sculptures, to list a few, is maintained by the tribe.

EC Escape Room

An Escape Room is a new and exciting concept. Think "National Treasure" meets "The Amazing Race". You’re going to be in a live interactive game where you and your friends will be immersed in a truly unique scenario. Your objective is to escape the room(s) by figuring your way out in 60 thrilling minutes or less. There will be clues, puzzles, and props you will need to figure out. Teamwork and communication will be vital to your teams success. Do you have what it takes to be victorious and conquer your surroundings and ESCAPE? There’s only one way to find out…

Eisenhower Veterans Monument

In appreciation for and in honor of all veterans who have served to protect our freedom. Dedicated February 21, 2011. "There is nothing wrong with america that faith love of freedom intelligence and energy of her citizens cannot cure" President Dwight D Eisenhower

Blue River Valley Winery

What began as a hobby and a love of fine wines became a dream and then a reality when Diane and W. H. (Hillary) Dean opened a boutique winery..... Blue River Valley Winery. Come and experience for yourself the hand crafted wine and relax and enjoy the view of the Blue River Valley!

Lake Texoma

Lake Texoma is one of the largest reservoirs in the United States. Several small islands on Lake Texoma are accessible only by means of water transportation. Some of the island names include, in order from west to east, West Island, Wood Island, Hog Island, Treasure Island, Little Island, and North Island.

Extreme Sandbox

We are an extreme adventure company focused on giving you the ultimate experience! Our instructors are highly trained and their goal is to ensure you have a safe and fun experience. We have climate controlled offices located on site with restrooms and refreshments available. In addition we have an outdoor picnic area that overlooks the activity area for family and friends to observe the fun. We can adjust our programs to accommodate ALL customers. While a majority of our customers have never been in this type of equipment, we can also provide season veterans with a unique experience (ever knock a tennis ball off a cone with just the bucket’s teeth???) We are always open to adjusting our programs and activities to meet your every desire.

Elements Art Center

We are a unique artistic and fun learning experience ready to entertain your group at our location or yours. Our primary goal is to is to inspire everyone with all artistic and non-artistic backgrounds to appreciate Art. To create is an innate human instinct, so come and enjoy the relaxing state of creating Art, and mostly- because it is FUN! Elements is not a franchise. We are locally owned and operated. We serve all of Texoma, including Durant, Denison, Sherman, Antlers, Hugo, and everywhere in between! We can also come to you where ever, when ever. Just visit Private Parting Party to schedule your class!!

Three Valley Museum

The museum shows Bryan County from its start in 1873 to the present. The museum's exhibits include a small town exhibit area on the second floor depicting more than 20 businesses and scenes from the early 1900s, including an early law office, doctor's office, child's room, parlor, and general store. Other exhibits include area transportation history and a Native American Gallery, highlighting the Indian tribes that are located in southeast Oklahoma.
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