Bolewood, Oklahoma Information
Bolewood, Oklahoma, also known as Bolewood Acres, is located in Tulsa, which is the second largest city in Oklahoma. Between 1828 and 1836, Tulsa was settled by the Lochapoka Band of Creek Native Americans and continued to develop on both sides of the Arkansas River. The population was 403,505 as of July 2015, which was an increase of 11,599 over what was reported in the 2010 Census.
Bolewood, Oklahoma Details
The housing market in Bolewood shows a median listing price of $1 million although its median closing price has been $642,000.
The highest-ranked school is Thomas Edison Preparatory High School (grades 9–12) with a rating of “7”. Other schools include Wright Elementary School (PK–5), Edison Preparatory Middle School (grades 6–8), Eliot Elementary School (PK-5), and School Of St Mary, Catholic (PK-8).
Things to Do
Bolewood residents find much to do in Tulsa with its cosmopolitan style, spectacular art deco treasures, world-class cultural attractions, theaters, museums, historic buildings, art galleries, its new BOK Center that is a state-of-the-art venue for sporting events and national concerts, attending huge annual music festivals, taking part in a vibrant nightlife, going on the Arkansas River trails and outdoor recreation areas, enjoying its unique fashion and home decor shopping, exploring the Utica Square’s exceptional bistros and other upscale eateries, and so much more. In 2016, Walk Score ranked Tulsa the 34th “most walkable” of 141 United States cities having a population greater than 200,000.
Tulsa has a wide variety of sports at the professional and collegiate levels. There are two NCAA Division I colleges and a multitude of professional minor league sports teams in football, baseball, basketball, soccer, and hockey.
The Tulsa State Fair in late September and early October, brings in more than one million people over its 10-day run. The Oktoberfest was named one of the top 10 in the world by USA Today and named one of the top German food festivals in the USA by Bon Appetit magazine.
Other cultural heritage festivals are held all during the year, some of which are the Intertribal Indian Club Powwow of Champions in August; Greek Festival, Scotfest, Festival Viva Mexico and India Fest in September; the ShalomFest in October; the Dia de Los Muertos Art Festival in November; the annual Mayfest arts and crafts festival and the Asian-American Festival in May; the Juneteenth Blues and Jazz Festival; and others such as the Blue Dome Arts Festival, Bluegrass and Chili Festival, Tulsa Bluesfest, and more.
Blue Dome Entertainment District
This is anchored in downtown by the famous historic Blue Dome building, which once served as a Gulf Oil gas station but was revitalized into a trendy eatery. Now there are nine square blocks filled with restaurants, local pubs with custom cocktails, boutiques, and some of the best nightlife and live entertainment that Tulsa has to offer as “the place to be.”
As the home to one of the top 10 music scenes in the USA, Tulsa’s live music and historic venues put on unsurpassed live entertainment from concerts to ice shows. The Tulsa Performing Arts Center offers heart-stirring and ear-soothing events by the Tulsa Ballet, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, the Tulsa Opera, international talent, and more. Since the 1920s, the Cain’s Ballroom, the birthplace of Western Swing, has hosted music of all kinds and still presents the amazing sounds of some of today’s biggest names in music. The 2,800-seat former vaudeville Brady Theater attracts many diverse acts and is the largest of Tulsa’s five still operating performing arts venues that are also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Tulsa River Parks
This outdoor retreat is along the banks of the Arkansas River. There are more than 26 miles of asphalt trails for pedestrians and cyclists, fishing piers, a skate park, playgrounds, a splash pad for the children, restaurants, and a floating entertainment stage. You can rent a hybrid or tandem bicycle or mountain bike. The Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area is 300 acres of heavily-wooded and riverfront trails perfect for hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding.
The top-rated Tulsa Zoo has 80 acres of exhibits, state-of-the-art visual and audio displays, gardens, interactive petting areas, walk-through caves, pre-Colombian ruins, a Massai village, and more. The animals include Australian kangaroos, African lions, Malayan tigers, South American jaguars, and many others.
It is fun and enlightening to take a ride around the zoo on the popular Safari Train. Unforgettable exhibits are the African penguin exhibit, the Chimpanzee Connection, the Giraffe Experience, and especially the Helmerich Sea Lion Cove where visitors view the playful creatures from an underwater viewing station.
Tulsa Air and Space Museum and Planetarium
Oklahoma’s aerospace heritage comes to life with interactive exhibits, displays of vintage airplanes, and a state-of-the-art planetarium. You can sit in the cockpit of a F-14A Tomcat fighter jet, employ your flight skills with the realistic simulators, fly a scale airplane in a wind tunnel, and more. The 50-foot 3D planetarium dome will take you to galaxies 70 million light years away as you whip past planets, stars, and asteroids on your voyage.
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