Enjoy Unbridled Fun at the Pristine Lakes in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, OK (PressExposure) October 21, 2009 -- Lakes are an important source of activity and relaxation in Oklahoma City. There are three main lakes in the city, and chief among them is the 2,500-acre Lake Hefner. Built in 1947, Lake Hefner is located in northwest Oklahoma City and has an average depth of 29 feet and a maximum depth of approximately 94 feet.

The sailboat races held here every weekend have made the lake quite popular, while kite flying is also an important activity here. The Lake Hefner Golf Course and the Stars and Stripes Park are some of the attractions on the banks of the lake. Playgrounds and jogging and biking trails are also located on the banks. The Stars and Stripes Park plays host to the annual Turkey Trot Classic as well as team sports, biking and other recreational activities.

When you've experienced the thrills Lake Hefner offers and have checked out Lake Stanley Draper and Lake Overholser as well, you can relax in the affordable luxury offered by the Bricktown Hotel. The amenities offered include: • SERTA™ Mattresses in all rooms • Free Wireless Internet (15MB Speed) • Free Continental Breakfast • Stainless Steel Fridges & Microwaves • Complimentary Shuttle Service • New Heat/Air Units • Iron & Ironing Boards • Coffee Makers • Digital Cable TV • Hair-Dryers • Working Desks with Plug-ins • Extra Pillows for Comfort

Bricktown Hotel provides airport shuttle service at $15 per way which is cheaper than the cab, and also free shuttle van service to the heart of Bricktown which is only 1.5 miles from the hotel. If you are a guest of our VIP Suite or Business Package, you get to visit Oklahoma City in our Limited Edition Hummer H2.

About Bricktown Hotel

Bricktown Hotel & Convention Center
2001 E. Reno Avenue
Oklahoma, OK 73117
PH: 866-378-0966
Fax: 405.605.4924
[http://www.bricktown-hotel.com]

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Press Release Submitted On: October 21, 2009 at 12:15 am
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