Muskogee, OK has always existed as a crossway of cultures, tributed to the three rivers (the Arkansas, Grand and Verdigris Rivers) that convene here. What originated as a trading post evolved into a destination for Native Americans who endured The Trail of Tears. Today, this focal point of exchange still makes Muskogee a fascinating city to visit. Muskogee has so much to offer - such as the radiant scenery of Honor Heights Park, to the obscurity of the historic Roxy Theater. Cardboard regattas, Festivals (such as the Renaissance Festival and Azalea Festival events), G-Fest, bull riding championships, Native American art from the likes of Jerome Tiger and Willard Stone, the Katy shopping district on south Main Street, mud volleyball tournaments, a medieval castle, an actual WWII submarine and so much more.