As one of the most unique venues in Tulsa, our spaces available for your celebration are second to none. Joining that list of spaces is our newly remodeled Stone Cabin. This historic structure was completed in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps as part of the New Deal program. This program aimed to improve America’s public lands and parks to help lift the country out of the Great Depression.
Originally designed as a refectory (gathering place to eat) this structure has served many purposes in its 86-year history. Once as a zoo entrance and concession area it also became a train depot and, more recently, the headquarters for our Cox Nature Exchange program. With its next chapter hosting birthday celebrations, we look forward to many more memories created in this space.
For more information about reserving a space or our party packages, please call (918) 669-6609 or email Karen Williamson at [email protected]
- Carousel Patio: uncovered, shaded picnic space next to the Arvest Wildlife Carousel
- Lost Kingdom Patio: covered outdoor private patio with tables at George Kaiser Family Foundation Rajan’s restaurant
- Children’s Zoo Gazebo: centrally located covered patio gazebo near the Children’s Zoo and Rainforest
- Helmerich Playground Deck: uncovered picnic area in the center of our brand new Helmerich Playground: Behaving Like Animals
- Stone Cabin: historic open-air, stone-covered picnic area, conveniently located near the front entrance
- Tulsa World Room: private classroom located just steps away from the front entrance, inside Helmerich Discovery Center