Frontier City is Oklahoma City's premiere amusement park an has a Wild West
theme. Located in northeast Oklahoma
City on the I-35, Frontier City Amusement Park sits between Hefner Road
and NE 122 Street. The park opened in 1958, making use of the fabricated western
town that had been developed for the Oklahoma State Fair, and soon became a
popular attraction for local residents and those on Oklahoma
Frontier City Amusement Park was run by Six Flags Theme Parks and later sold to PARC 7F-Operations Corp. based in Florida. The Frontier City Amusement Park offers a variety of rides for adults and kids of all ages. The Oklahoma amusement park is lauded for its children's rides, roller coasters, other thrill rides, games, concerts, and much more. It makes the perfect vacation for families, couples, or anyone who enjoys a fun atmosphere.
If you're a thrill-seeker visiting Frontier City, you'll want to try these rides at the Oklahoma amusement park: Mindbender is a roller coaster that combines its staggering height of 51 feet with the swirling action of a pendulum, while the Tomahawk is a another thrill ride that can catapult you as high as 80 feet into the air. The Silver Bullet is a roller coaster that can go as fast as 45 mph, and the Wildcat is a classic wooden roller coaster at this popular amusement park in Oklahoma. The Renegade Rapids, meanwhile, is a boat ride for the entire family; it can seat up to 8 people.
If you're not into seeking thrills, the Frontier City Oklahoma amusement park offers other, more sedate rides that, nonetheless, can be just as fun. The Rio Grande, an example is a children's train ride that kids never fail to enjoy. Other attractions include the O.K. Kids Corral (a two-story play park area), the Bumper Boats crash derby on water, and the Ferrous Wheel—an abiding favorite which offers a great view over the entire Oklahoma amusement park.
Admission to the Frontier City Oklahoma theme park is very reasonable, while children under the age of 2 can enjoy this dazzling amusement park in Oklahoma for free. Disabled individuals and those who are below 48 inches pay less for entry. For those who keep coming back, season passes can be purchased, enabling infinite entries into the Frontier City Oklahoma park and associated White Water Bay. Assuming you're going to return more than once, they prove extremely economical.
Hours for visiting the Frontier City amusement park in Oklahoma vary by day and the time of year, so it's worth calling ahead to check when the doors will be opening and closing on your day of visit. Usually, the park is open from 10:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Monday through Friday in the summer, and from 10:30 a.m. until 10 p.m. on Saturdays. In case you're interested in some of the other attractions Oklahoma has to offer, nearby things to do include gambling in the state's casinos, and fishing in one of the many great lakes.