The Bricktown Canal is one of Oklahoma City's most popular tourist destinations. Loosely modeled after San Antonio's ... More
The Bricktown Canal is one of Oklahoma City's most popular tourist destinations. Loosely modeled after San Antonio's River Walk, the canal is man made and runs through the historic Bricktown district. There are restaurants and shops nearby and along the canal, but the real draw is the people-watching. Come by after a Redhawks game, played in the nearby Bricktown Ballpark, or for one of the many happenings. Always festive, this is a great place just to hang out.
Bricktown was just lovely. There are so many different restaurants to choose from, and they are all within walking distance from one another. The nightlife is just awesome as well. Live music, rides alone the canal, and people truly enjoying themselves. We took a walk one night all the way around the whole canal and it was just so much. Don't miss out on Bricktown!
Great atmosphere, the aim is to become similar to San Antonio River Walk. Lots of great restraunts and stores. Canal rides with scultpures and scenery. New Toby Keith "I Love this Bar and Grill", Harkins Cine Capri movie theater, Bass Pro Shop, Clubs, and restraunts.
We have been there twice once when it was frst getting started and then just two months ago IT IS AWSOME
By A Yahoo Contributor, 9/19/05
the senerie is the best you can see alot more than people think my husband and son also enjoy getting off the boat at bass pro shop there was a classic car show going on at that time. The family we were with lives in oklahoma and had not yet been to bass pro until we were with them. We also got to go see bricktown and the new toby keith restrant. We ate there it was kinda pricy. That is there by the canel entrance. I think that they need to contiune making the channel bigger the presatation that they have on the river bank was also awsome. We are looking forword to going back up there again next spring to see what new has been added.
Bricktown is awesome! If i'm ever back in OKC, i will definetly visit again. we spent hours on the canal. It is beautiful. I've never seen anything like it. Prices are a little high but it's worth it. The food is great. The people are nice. Overall, great experience.
It's fresh, some old some new, clean, seems somewhat safe and appealing to all. There's plenty of fun to be had and it'll be exciting to see more added in the coming years. Our visits are usually at night in the summer. The lights are pretty, the plantings of flowers and grasses are attractive, the cheering crowds at the Redhawks ballgame bring a certain vigor. Parking is not as difficult as people perceive it to be.
Bricktown is the hub of Oklahoma's social realm. It has a fun energy. The canal may have been equally fun if it wasn't so stinking cold that day and maybe if our tour guide actually tour guided us. Maybe something more appealing for couples.
Bricktown is really quite a treat. Bustling with people dining and enjoying the music, theaters, horse drawn carriages and river canal rides. There are many nightclubs, huge concerts and many,many sporting events.
Toby Keith's 'I love this Bar and Grill ' will be opening soon and there is an enormous Bass Pro that attracts a lot of visitors. Check out CityWalk OKC website. There are many art festivals and the Memorial is just a few blocks away. We are anticipating a huge new Bronze display highlighting the Land run as well as a new Native American Museum opening soon. Don't miss Bricktown.
This is THE place to visit in Oklahoma City! There is every kind of eatery and club within walking distance along the canal. Take the boats for a water tour, or catch a movie at the ornate Harkins Bricktown movie Theatre on the water's edge. In the summer, enjoy great Tripe A baseball action with the Redhawks and a horse drawn carriage ride. Plus, there are fine hotels overlooking all of the activities. A MUST SEE!
While attending a Minister & Spouses Retreat in Oklahoma City, several ministers and their wives rode the canal ride during the evening hours. It was great fun! Our driver was great. We laughed the entire trip. It was extremely windy so that made the trip even more exciting. Overall, it was great fun. I would definitely do it again.
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