According to the Centers for Disease Control, places with typical large crowds — especially during Spring Break — are closed. It’s especially a bummer for Frontier City, now owned by Six Flags since for the first time, they intended to open for Spring Break.
Programs in Scissortail Park and the Myriad Botanical Gardens have now been canceled. The Oklahoma Gardening School, originally scheduled for Saturday, March 21, will be rescheduled using a date announced shortly.
But the park and the gardens are open. The large, broad areas offer plenty of play area, yet letting you maintain your social distance from other visitors. Visitors can observe tens of thousands of daffodils in Scissortail Park and tulips and daffodils in Myriad Gardens.
The city of Oklahoma City’s parks are opened as well. There are also miles of trails to research with your bike or on a stroll. The Oklahoma Bicycle Society is canceling all its group rides for now, but the company is encouraging folks to take the paths by themselves for using a wholesome friend. There are loads of parks in Edmond, also.
This post was published on The Better Life Blog.