Southeast of downtown Oklahoma City is the sparsely settled rural area known as Twin Lakes. The landscape includes trees and a lot of Oklahoma prairie scrub brush. The homes and cottage-type dwellings are mostly small, and some cannot be seen from the road. The privately owned Twin Lakes Airport is to the west of the lakes.
Schools in the Twin Lakes vicinity include Robin Hill Public School, Liberty School, and Schwartz Elementary School.
The Newalla Livery is a bed and breakfast done country style. The 10-acre property has a pond for catch-and-release fishing and a barn that can be rented out for weddings and parties.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has attracted more than 10 million visitors from around the world. The museum has a renowned collection of western art and artifacts. On Memorial Day weekend, visitors can sample traditional cowboy fare served from the crews of authentic chuck wagons, ride a stagecoach, or learn how to weave a rope.
The Bricktown Entertainment District is the home of sports facilities, restaurants, shops, and nightclubs. Here a visitor can catch a AAA baseball game, watch a movie at the Harkins Theatre, visit the American Banjo Museum, or catch a concert or special event at the Oklahoma City Arena.
Oklahoma City lays claim to being the horse-show capital of the world. It hosts events throughout the year, including the International Finals Rodeo, the Oklahoma Cattlemen’s Association Range Roundup, the Grand National Morgan Horse Show, Battle in the Saddle and the AQHA World Championship Horse Show.