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Explore Area Attractions

Beyond the Treasure Valley Hotel, Casino, and amenities, visitors can enjoy a selection of activities in the surrounding area. Most of these activities are located within a short 15 minute drive away from Treasure Valley.

Chickasaw Cultural Center

This is a world-class destination that is devoted to the sharing and celebration of Chickasaw history and culture. Using the latest technology including state-of-the-art theaters, visitors will be immersed in the vibrant, ongoing story of the Chickasaws. When visiting the Chickasaw Cultural Center, you’ll experience the Chickasaw heritage and culture in the exhibit center, recreated 18th-century meeting house, life-like forest, holograms, videos, and the recreated traditional village.


Standing as Oklahoma’s oldest national park, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area is well known as a refuge for wildlife and outdoor activities. The mineral waters, streams and lakes cater to boaters, swimmers and fishermen while its forests and prairies reward hikers, equestrians, and wildlife photographers. The park offers visitors boat ramps, courtesy docks, a picnic area, outdoor grills, a pavilion, group facilities, security, hiking, bicycle and nature trails, a swimming beach, and an amphitheater. This serves as an excellent outdoor getaway while staying at Treasure Valley.


The original hotel was built in 1906 and has a deep, well-known history. This historical site was known as the best hotel in the state, the social epicenter of the town, and the choice place to stay by celebrities such as Governor Roy Turner, Roy Rogers, and John Wayne. It is currently being completely reconstructed, but will still boast stately architecture and ornate furnishings resembling the original structure. It still sits as a valued centerpiece of Oklahoma history that is worth a visit.


Standing as one of the tallest waterfalls in Oklahoma, Turner Falls is a must-see for visitors. The falls and the area around them are an annual family-friendly destination nestled in the Arbuckle Mountains. The park serves as an ideal picnic area, offers RV hook-ups and camping. Even beyond the 77 foot tall waterfall, the park is an outdoor adventure playground. Swim in natural pools, or explore 3 natural caves, hiking trails and a rock castle. If you’re looking to relax you’ll find the sandy beaches and bath houses very welcoming.