What’s open in Green Country?

What’s open in Green Country?
Find out what major attractions in Green Country are reopening during the coronavirus pandemic. (FOX23)

TULSA, Okla. — Phase 1 of Oklahoma’s reopening began April 24 with the opening of personal care businesses and expanded May 1 with several more businesses including restaurants and gyms being allowed to reopen.

Phases 2 and 3 of the state’s plan will look to reopen the rest of the state as cases of coronavirus would ideally be trending down statewide.

Reopening Oklahoma: What are Phases 2 and 3?

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Some businesses are setting their own reopening dates despite being allowed to open by state law.

Here’s where you can check when some of your favorite Green Country spots will be reopening:

Movie Theaters

Museums/Aquariums

Parks/Attractions

Casinos

FOX23 reached out to local tribes on May 13 about their plans to reopen their businesses around Green Country.

Cherokee Nation

Some Cherokee Nation businesses will allow employees back to prepare for a June 1 phased reopening – more will be released in the coming days.

Chickasaw Nation

With the health and safety of our employees, patrons and community continuing to be top priority, Riverwind Casino’s temporary closure has been extended through May 29, 2020. We continue to monitor closely the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines and will post updates regarding our reopening plans to our website and social media.

Windstar: The health and safety of our patrons and employees continue to be of paramount importance. Therefore, we have extended the temporary closure of the casino, all retail stores and casino restaurants through May 29

Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Muscogee (Creek) Nation extends temporary closure of River Spirit Casino Resort and 8 regional casinos until May 31

Choctaw Nation

We are happy to announce that our target date for reopening all Choctaw Casino operations is June 1, 2020