Looking for something fun to do with the kids while they’re out of school for Spring Break next week? We’ve got you covered! Check out our list of fun Sand Springs activities below.

  1. Take the kids to SKATES for some roller skating family fun. Oklahoma weather is always unpredictable, but especially in March. This is a great way to get moving inside if it’s chilly outside.
  2. A hike through Keystone Ancient Forest is the perfect way to take advantage of nice weather and experience nature. Saturday, March 11, and Saturday, March 18, both Saturdays of Spring Break, are open hike days! The trail is open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Make sure to bring your camera to capture the breathtaking views.
  3. There are sure to be some great movies playing at the Sand Springs Cinemark Cinema 8. Get some popcorn and candy and sit back, relax and enjoy the show. For movie times click here
  4. Spend an afternoon in downtown Sand Springs! Do a little shopping and have lunch, then head over to the Sand Springs Cultural & Historical Museum to learn about Sand Springs’ roots as an industrial town and Charles Page’s remarkable philanthropic work here.
  5. Take the kids to one of Sand Springs’ libraries to check out some new books or join some of their fun activities. Charles Page Library is having outdoor activities for all ages on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13-15, from 2-3:30 p.m., preschool Story Time on Tuesday, March 14, from 10:30-11:15 a.m. and a “Building a Drone” event for teens on Thursday, March 16, from 3:30-5 p.m. Pratt Library is having a “Fun With Cubelets” event for ages 10-18 to celebrate Teen Tech Month on Monday, March 13, from 4-5 p.m. and preschool Story Time on Thursday, March 16, from 4-5 p.m. (it’s their Saint Patrick’s Day party)!
  6. Brush up on your golf skills at The Canyons at Blackjack Ridge. Play 18 holes on weekdays for $35 (junior price is only $24!) and weekends for $40, or $29 after 1 p.m. everyday. Play nine holes for $28.50 on weekdays or $33.50 on weekends, or $22.50 after 1 p.m. every day. Or if the driving range is your thing, purchase a token for only $3 to get a bucket of 25 to 30 balls.
  7. Have you been to the Case Community Center or park recently? Head over to the community center to get active, and check out the progress on River City Park construction while you’re there.
  8. Do your kids like to skateboard or longboard? Take them to the Sand Springs Skate Park for a fun and active afternoon outside. If bicycling is their passion, get out to ride one of Sand Springs’ bike trails.
  9. How about an afternoon of shopping with the girls? Check the Ashton’s Boutique and YellowHouse Market & Boutique Facebook pages for the latest on their upcoming sales.  
  10. Spend the day on Keystone Lake! Pack up a lunch and bring a blanket for a family picnic, and spend the afternoon fishing, playing frisbee, flying kites or just enjoying the scenery and company.
  11. The Sand Springs Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club will be having activities all day, every day for the kids over Spring Break – including swimming! They’ll be open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cost is $18 per day, and children should bring their own lunch.
  12. Kid’s Castle Preschool & Daycare Center will be having a mini-camp for elementary age children over Spring Break, including theme days, field trips, art class and cooking class. They’ll still be open their regular hours – 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. – and serve the children three meals a day.
  13. Head over to Sandlot Sno-Balls for a taste of summer over Spring Break. Find them in the Warehouse Market parking lot. They’re opening up for the season during Spring Break!
  14. Saint Patrick’s Day is over Spring Break – Friday, March 17, to be exact. Don’t forget to wear green or you might get pinched. (Psst…we’ve got local Saint Patrick’s Day Ideas, too! Look for them online soon.)

We hope you’ll try some of the activities on our list! Be sure to share your pictures with us on social media @wearesandsprings, and we hope you have a great Spring Break week.