Comfort Inn & Suites
101 Reasor Street
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Phone: (918) 431-0600
Fax: (918) 431-0612
The Cherokee National Capital is a historic location within Tahlequah, established after the Cherokee people were dispossessed of their lands and relocated to Indian Territory (now present day Oklahoma). The red brick structure contains two stories and was crafted in an Italianate style that was odd not only for the state itself, but for the Cherokee population that conducted its business therein. Today, the building still hosts the Judicial wing of the Cherokee Nation, making it one of the oldest civic buildings in the area.
The USS Batfish is a restored WWII submarine that has today been converted into a museum that attracts thousands of visitors. The submarine became infamous in 1945 when it successfully destroyed not one or two, but three Imperial Japanese Navy submarines within 76 hours. The museum is open throughout the year, however the hours tend to vary so be sure to check before planning a visit.
Civitan Park is a local meeting place where friends and families come together to enjoy a few hours in the sun. Enjoy a fun-filled game of disc golf, or enjoy a picnic against the backdrop of the joyful cries of children at play. The park also features a walking trail, a playground, and a shelter that is available on hire for private events.
Elliott Park is a splendid neighborhood park that features recreational facilities like basketball courts, picnic spots and playgrounds. The Park offers visitors an opportunity to indulge in some much needed outdoor activity and to spend some quality time with friends and family beneath the cool shade of the trees.
Muskogee's heritage dates back centuries to the heyday of the native people who inhabited the forests and streams of the region. When the Europeans arrived to capitalize on the fur trade, the city of Muskogee was born. Visitors now flock here for the unique adventure & sports options, vivid natural landscapes and mostly the ancient Indian culture which still permeates through despite modernization. This city grabbed national headlines in 2008 when the townsfolk overwhelmingly voted for the dashing 19 year old John Tyler Hammons as their mayor.
The Three Rivers Museum is housed within the beautifully restored, historic Midland Valley Railroad Depot. The museum chronicles the rich and colorful history of the Three Rivers region through a variety of exhibits and artifact displays. One of the museum's most popular exhibits is a diesel switch engine from the 1940s.
The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame honors the state's many musicians and their achievements in the world of music. The list of inductees is varied and diverse, showcasing the rich musical heritage of the state of Oklahoma. Visitors are always welcome to explore the Hall Of Fame and discover things they may not have known about these music icons. That Hall of Fame regularly organizes a variety of concerts throughout the year, alongside an annual celebration to announce and honor new inductees.