Ross Heights Apartments for Rent
Ross Heights is a neighborhood located within a community that honors the great writer and novelist Ralph Waldo Ellison who was born and educated in Oklahoma City. The Ralph Ellison Library, built in the 1970s was named after the highly acclaimed writer who wrote “The Invisible Man.” He wrote many other literary works and won the National Book Award. The library provides the community with many events including an annual summer reading program and jazz concerts.
The residents of Ross Heights are south of a great game of golf just waiting to be played at the beautiful, green Lincoln Park Golf Course. Around another corner is the Science Museum Oklahoma. The museum’s exhibit “GadgetTrees” has a three-story Archimedes’ slide which is a twenty-four foot slide. The slide is the tallest spiral slide in the world. Newton’s Clubhouse is another feature of GadgetTrees and is the oldest Oak Tree on Oklahoma’s side of the Mississippi. The Dome Theater is located in the museum and has a seventy-foot diameter dome screen which virtually surrounds the audience. The audience can expect to have an earth-shattering experience.
Sports fans have much to enjoy in Oklahoma City. Between the Oklahoma City RedHawks, (baseball) the Oklahoma City Thunder NBA, (basketball) and the Oklahoma City Barons, (hockey) there is never a dull season. Playing sports can be experienced in the many parks in Oklahoma City. Schilling Park has a recreational center, a gymnasium, a nice playground, a baseball field, a basketball court, a swimming pool and walking trails. These park amenities are common in many of the parks in Oklahoma City.