Festivals & Events in Pryor
Pryor is home to two celebrated music festivals each year - Rocklahoma which is one of the largest heavy metal festivals in the country and the Born and Raised Music Festival which is a must for country music lovers. Located just outside of Pryor both draw visitors from across the nation to camp and revel in a weekend of great music by big-name acts. Cyclists also flock to Pryor in the late summer to participate in the DAM J.A.M. cycling tour of the scenic, verdant area around Pryor and the Hudson Lake Area. Pryor also hosts seasonal festivals and events including a 4th of July celebration and Christmas parade. You'll find fun events year round in Pryor that invite you to join the fun!
Salina Highbanks Speedway
Cheer on your favorite driver during the frequent races at Salina Highbanks Speedway.
Watch a dazzling sunset paint the skies above the tranquil surface of Hudson Lake near Pryor.
DAM J.A.M. Bicycle Tour
Sign up and ride in the annual DAM J.A.M. Bicycle Tour to enjoy beautiful scenery around Pryor.
Fat Toad Brewing Company
Enjoy a wide selection of craft beers and artisan pizza at Fat Toad Brewing Company in Pryor.
JL's Original Bar-B-Q
Sink your teeth into a variety of meats at JL's where you will find the best barbecue money can buy.
Get up close and personal with the llamas, goats and friendly farm animals at GraysLland Acres.
Cast a line for some of the best fishing around and enjoy camping and more outdoor recreation.
Get your tickets to this epic heavy metal music and camping festival and rock hard all weekend.
Enjoy a wealth of outdoor and water recreation activities when you visit Hudson Lake near Pryor.
Enjoy some time on the farm and meet the friendly llamas and goats of GraysLland Acres.
Stop at The Rabbit Studio in Pryor and find inspiring original Native American art and gift items.
Rock on at this epic three-day music and camping festival, the world's largest of its kind.
Pryor Creek Nature Trail
Enjoy hiking or biking in the lush countryside and along a flowing creek on this 6-foot-wide trail.