Summertime Fun

Activities for the Whole Family

Spend your summer with the Chickasaw Nation! Learn to speak Chickasaw, meet new friends at camp, engage with the culture at Chickasaw destinations and more! Explore summertime activities for the whole family!


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In Episode 20 of Rosetta Stone Chickasaw, members of a Chickasaw family describe summer weather conditions and activities.

What Are We Going to Do Today?

S1 • E12
In Episode 12 of Rosetta Stone Chickasaw, members of a Chickasaw family ask questions about the future.


S1 • E17
In Episode 17 of Rosetta Stone Chickasaw, members of a Chickasaw family talk about stickball.


S1 • E40
In Episode 40 of Rosetta Stone Chickasaw, we look back at some of the highlights from the first season.

Peachy Keen Chiller

S2 • E1
A smoothie is perfect for both an afternoon pick-me-up or for kicking off the day in a healthy way.

Bell Pepper Snack Cups

S2 • E5
Using a fresh bell pepper as a "cup" to hold low-fat Ranch dressing is a fun way to get the kids to eat their vegetables!

Hummus and Vegetables

S2 • E7
Hummus is a wonderful, protein-filled vegetarian option for kids and adults alike.

Fresh Salsa with Baked Chips

S1 • E4
You're going to hesitate returning to the store-bought variety once you've made your own chips and salsa!

Fruit Sorbet

S2 • E4
Eating healthy doesn't mean having to give up your sweet tooth!

Chickasaw Cultural Center

A world-class, state-of-the-art facility dedicated to Chickasaw history and culture
The world-class Chickasaw Cultural Center opened near Sulphur, Oklahoma, in 2010.

McSwain Theatre

A vaudevillian relic restored to greatness by the Chickasaw Nation
Built in 1920 as a home for silent films and vaudeville acts, the McSwain Theatre has been a diverse venue for entertainment.

Fort Washita

Established as a military fortress of protection for recently relocated Chickasaws and Choctaws
This military post served as protection for relocated Chickasaw and Choctaw Indians and was later occupied by the Confederacy during the Civil War.

Historic Capitol and Council House Museum

Honors the Chickasaws' rich history and located in Chickasaw Nation's historic capital city
The Chickasaw Council House Museum honors the rich culture of the Chickasaw and features one of the largest collections of Chickasaw art & culture.

Chickasaw Nation Softball Complex

Ada, Oklahoma
The Chickasaw Nation's state-of-the-art softball complex in Ada, Oklahoma, features three fields, where people of all ages can enjoy the game.

Youth Stickball Team

Chickasaw Nation Citizen Benefits
Stickball is known as one of the oldest sports in the United States; warriors once used the game to settle disputes rather than waging war.

CNASA: Air and Space Camp for Kids

Chickasaw Nation Aviation and Space Academy
Governor Anoatubby knows that children need a solid foundation in the science, math and technology fields.

Chickasaw Arts Academy

Laura Stewart, Executive Officer of the Division of Arts and Humanities
The Chickasaw Nation founded the Summer Arts Academy in 2005 to help students of all ages discover and nurture their passion for the arts.