Fun & Entertainment

 

FUN & ENTERTAINMENT

 

Yukon has various events and activities that are fun for the whole family. Yukon's fun and entertainment include activities in Yukon city parks, archery, BMX raceways, Central Oklahoma Ballet performances, Express Clydesdale Horses, movie theatre, skating, various festivals throughout the year, a variety of museums, Yukon Fine Arts Center, and Yukon FFA Rodeo.

 

 

Archery Traditions of Oklahoma
Archery Traditions of Oklahoma is a family owned and operated business with a mission to promote archery and give people of all ages and backgrounds the opportunity to enjoy the sport. An indoor range offers 16 of the widest shooting lanes around. The range also allows for you to use traditional or compound bows, as well as cross bows. Archers can also enjoy a unique 3D range featuring over 20 targets that represent the state of Oklahoma. The 10,000 square foot facility is also home to a traditional pro shop for all of your archery needs. For operating schedule and location, visit www.archerytraditionsok.com. They are located at 328 Elm Avenue, Yukon. 405-350-1100.

 

Bounce Academy Gymnastics 
Birthday Parties, Power Tumbling, Gymnastics Programs, and much more. Friday night is parents’ night out. Located at 1901 W. Vandament Ave, Yukon. 405-494-7100. Call for details and information on specific pricing and classes offered.

 

 

Express Clydesdales

As you head west on old Route 66 through Yukon take a side trip to visit the beautiful Express Clydesdales located on Express Ranches just north on Garth Brooks Boulevard at the Wilshire Boulevard intersection. The Express Clydesdales are housed in a specially reconstructed barn originally built in 1936. A group of Amish barn specialist came from Indiana to rebuild the barn structure. Now the barn is a beautiful
welcome center for visitors from around the world and features gleaming pine walls, walnut trim, brass coach lights and hosts numerous events that includes birthday parties and weddings throughout the year. From the loft, visitors have an expansive view of miles and miles of the rolling hills of Oklahoma farm land.

Serving as ambassadors for Express Employment Professionals, these rare black and white Clydesdales weigh between 1,800 and 2,300 lbs. each. Looming over other horse breeds, Clydesdales mature to an average height of 17 to 19 hands, which is about six feet from the ground to the horse's shoulder.

The world-renowned Express Clydesdales have been competing and touring in North America since 1999 and continue to win numerous competitions. They won the 2015 World Champion Eight-Horse Hitch competition at the World Clydesdale Show in London, Ontario. For more information about the Express Clydesdales visit
www.ExpressClydesdales.Com.

 

 

 


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