2020 Enid Travel Guide Available
2020 Enid Travel Guide, Oklahoma publications, now available at Enid Welcome Center
From authentic annual events such as Kites Over Enid and Tombstone Tales to ever-growing arts and entertainment opportunities to over 60 unique dining experiences, Enid offers a wide array of experiences unique in Oklahoma
The new 2020 Enid Travel Guide from Visit Enid features 48 pages of information highlighting the events, attractions and retail opportunities Enid has to offer. The official travel guide for the city of Enid was designed with the visitor in mind and includes sections on top photo locations and Enid’s unique heritage.
“Whether people are looking to visit or to potentially move here or start a business here, everything starts with a visit. The Enid Travel Guide is a visual representation of all that Enid has to offer,” says Visit Enid director Marcy Jarrett. “Our hope is that this guide not only goes out to potential visitors but also that our residents pick up a copy of the guide and be reminded of all the fun and exciting times that they can have without leaving home.”
The travel guide cover features the mural, “Oklahoma Phoenix,” unveiled in 2019 by artists Kelly and Ty Tompkins at Atelier, 339 E Maple. Inside the guide, readers will find vibrant photography, maps of Enid and downtown Enid, a guide to public art locations, Enid lodging locations and detailed listings on Enid restaurants, things to do, entertainment and recreation options.
Pick up an Enid Travel Guide at the Enid Welcome Center, 201 W Garriott, or find copies at various attractions, restaurants and retail locations throughout Enid. You can also order the Enid Travel Guide online at VisitEnid.org. Area businesses wanting to make the Enid Travel Guide available to its customers should contact Visit Enid at 580.233.3643 ext. 1 or send an email to [email protected]
The Welcome Center also has the 2020 Oklahoma Travel Guide and the 2020 Oklahoma State Parks and Outdoor Guide available.
The new 2020 Oklahoma Travel Guide highlights many can’t-miss attractions from world-class museums to urban whitewater rafting to 400-plus miles of Route 66. The guide’s memorable cover features a colorful illustration of the majestic American bison, which is Oklahoma’s state animal and a familiar sight to many in the state. Inside the guide, readers will find vibrant illustrations and nearly 20 pages of only-in-Oklahoma attractions. It also features Q&As with Oklahomans from around the state, directories of tourism attractions and accommodations around Oklahoma.
The 2020 Oklahoma State Parks and Outdoor Guide contains more than 200 pages of vacation-planning ideas to help travelers enjoy all the Oklahoma outdoors has to offer. This year’s guide is styled like a vintage field guide, with colorful watercolor-style illustrations of flora and fauna found throughout the state. Readers will find stunning photos of Oklahoma’s most beautiful places along with information on each of the Oklahoma State Parks and other popular outdoor destinations
All three publications are available free of charge. The Welcome Center also provides several other free local, regional and Oklahoma brochures as well as Enid souvenirs. Office hours are 8 am-12 pm and 1-5 pm Monday-Friday.