National Championship Feature: Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

May 13, 2019, 11:10 a.m. (ET)

What attractions can you plan to see when your team travels to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma for the National Championship? Read some of the reasons why Broken Arrow is one of the best sites for a USA Softball National Championship below


The Rose District is Broken Arrow’s historic arts and entertainment district with more than 50 places to eat, shop, and explore. Enjoy the pedestrian friendly atmosphere with wide sidewalks, midblock crossing areas and beautiful landscaping. Located within the Rose District is The Rose District Farmers Market, which features fresh food and artisan goods all in the same place! Head to this outdoor market to browse more than 30 vendors selling local bison meat, chicken, fresh produce and more. The Rose District Farmers Market is the only market in the state selling Amish gluten-free bread. Get your groceries or just select a sweet treat from the various vendors. Delicious breakfasts and lunches are available on site, as well as live music and a craft area for children.  The Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center, the Historical Society Museum, and Military History Museum are also included in the Rose District, giving visitors endless things to do during their visit! 


Spend some time at Roller Family Sports where roller-skating is offered for all ages. Skate the night away or watch TV on one of the four televisions, play in the arcade, visit the pro shop or fill up at the snack bar. Grab your friends and family and have a blast.  Whip around the sudden turns on the indoor asphalt track as you aim for the finish line at Xtreme Racing & Entertainment. Whenever you race, be sure to check your score on the leaderboard in hopes of setting records. While the 8-12 minute races are underway, challenge your friends to a round of air hockey, shuffleboard or pool. Guests can also try their hand at several sports simulators, from a shooting range and golf course to the sports arena featuring soccer, baseball, basketball, hockey and football. With 62,000 square feet full of thrills, this entertainment attraction is the perfect place to book your next party, meeting or other special event.


Step into American Hatfield and embark on an adventure. Explore outdoor and quality-made American goods that owner Kyle Hatfield has curated through his own travels or created because of nature's inspiration. Each piece attracted Hatfield because of its character and history. Pick up antique furniture or up-cycled clothing to give second life to these gently used goods.  Visit Persimmon Hollow Village for a recreated 1880’s Western frontier town that doubles as a unique shopping haven. Go back to a simpler time with a visit to this quaint village, where you'll find a variety of specialty shops behind the old-fashioned storefronts.  More than 20 shops invite you to browse antiques, collectibles and one-of-a-kind handmade items.  View demonstrations of craftsmen practicing their trades, enjoy live music and take in the fresh air.  Open year-round Friday - Sunday, Persimmon Hollow Village offers something for everyone.