Oklahoma City is a bustling metropolis with proud residents and a small-town charm. Wherever you venture, you and your team will encounter world-class eateries, soothing country melodies and subtle nods to the city's Native American heritage.
An offsite retreat to Oklahoma City promises unforgettable experiences for your team as they cheer on the local sports teams, sample delicious local dishes and party the night away at the local bars and clubs.
Oklahoma City is the largest city in the state of Oklahoma and is the go-to destination for fans of country music, Native-American history and college sports such as football, basketball and baseball.
When it comes to team-building activities, Oklahoma has a lot to offer. High-octane experiences like indoor skydiving and paintball await your more adventurous employees, while laid-back activities like walking tours and cooking experiences are great for those in need of a rest.
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The most popular team building activities are surf lessons, SUP lessons and tapas night but there are plenty more to choose from.
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