Nothing in 2020 is happening quite like we imagined. However, there are still many things to do in December around Tulsa to make things merry and bright!
Gathering Place, along with the Tulsa Police Department TPD Foundation, offer one of the best generous things to do in December! Gathering Place partnered with the TPD to host this event at Williams Lodge, providing a perfect way to keep the spirit of giving while maintaining social distancing.
Now-1/1: Muskogee Garden of Lights 2020
130 acres. 35-40 minutes. Over ONE MILLION LIGHTS! Take a trip to Muskogee’s Honor Heights Park for a magical drive. For extra fun, the park’s lights sync up to music you can play as you drive!
Arvest Winterfest is one of the most popular things to do in December in Tulsa! Head to the BOK Center for thousands of feet of ice! Skate with friends and family while enjoying this event’s 13 year! You have roughly 20 more days to hit the ice, so make your reservations today!
Now-1/3: Tulsa Garden of Lights 2020
One of two illuminating things to do in December! Tulsa Botanic Garden’s Garden of Lights 2020 is an event you will not soon forget. Hot cocoa and cider, train rides, live piano, and more, all while maintaining safety precautions. A limited number of tickets are available, so make your reservations today!
12/4-5: Polar Express Pajama Party
What’s better than a pajama party? Not much! As one of the only things to do in December that does not require getting dressed, this Polar Express pajama party is not one to miss! Get the kids, get in your coziest jammies, and remember to believe!
12/4-6: Christmas at the Ranch 2020
One of the more unique things to do in December, Christmas at the Ranch is great for animal lovers and children alike! Take a trip to Bixby and visit 181 Ranch, a family-owned ranch that spans over 200 acres. For shopping, food trucks, and family fun, Christmas at the Ranch is the place to go!
For only $1 at the door, you can enter an event that entirely supports local Native artists, musicians, caterer & business owners. From beautiful jewelry to delicious food, there is something for everyone and everyone is invited!
12/10-12 and 12/17-19: The Living Nativity Pecan & Black Walnut Festival
Another truly unique experience, The Living Nativity Pecan & Black Walnut Festival at Shepherd’s Cross is a meaningful Christmas celebration for the community1 With dozens of Nativity activities, hand-crafted gifts, and delicious treats, Shepherd’s Cross provides a day of fun for all!
12/12: Breakfast with Santa
For a festive fun-filled morning with the kids, check out Breakfast with Santa, a part of Arvest Winterfest. Train rides, socially-distanced pictures with Santa, and more! Buy your tickets today!
12/12: Tulsa Christmas Parade
This year’s Christmas parade looks a little different than the past. Instead of watching the floats drive by, visitors will participate in a drive-through parade instead! Get in line at 7th and Boston and drive by floats, balloons, and music that is sure to put you in a Christmas mood.
12/18-1/3: Winter Wonderland at Gathering Place
Head over to Chapman Playground for an evening of strolling carolers, holiday-themed food and drink, a train, and gorgeous lights! In addition, until December 24th, get your picture taken with Santa by the fireplace!
No matter where you are, you can participate in the Candy Cane Course Virtual Race! Gather your friends and finish the walk at your own pace! Bib, shirt, and finisher medal will be mailed to participants.
Book your Site with Riverview RV and see the Many Things to Do in December!
Though this year’s activities have certainly changed from what we’re used to, there’s no reason we can’t have fun! Book a site with Riverview RV, a year-round campground right outside of Tulsa in Sand Springs, and check out all the winter activities located in northeast Oklahoma! With hot showers, full hookups, and a beautiful view, our grounds are perfect for every traveler! Call us at (918) 245-8588 or visit us online to make a reservation!