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Our Chickasaw Nation story is a story of solidarity and victory

It has been almost seven generations since the Chickasaw people were removed from their ancestral Southeastern homelands.

Chickasaw Nation’s OKANA Resort & Indoor Waterpark , plus First Americans Museum anchor district

As construction progresses on all major components of OKANA Resort & Indoor Waterpark, the Chickasaw Nation and the City of Oklahoma City recently designated the project part of the new Horizons District. For now, the Horizons District will consist of the $400 million OKANA Resort along with the adjacent First Americans Museum (FAM). The museum opened in 2021 and is located near the junction of Interstates 35 and 40 in the heart of Oklahoma City. Chickasaw Nation-owned Exhibit C Gallery will open a new gallery space there in 2025. There’s also potential for further development in the 180-acre district following the resort’s opening in 2025.

Project expected to create positive economic impact for area

The Chickasaw Nation’s development of a resort at Lake Murray is more than halfway complete.

Chickasaw Nation breaks ground on Child Development Center

Governor Bill Anoatubby led Sept. 8 groundbreaking ceremonies for a project which will expand vital childcare services in the community.

Chickasaw Hall of Fame nominations being accepted

Nominations are now being accepted for the Chickasaw Hall of Fame class of 2024.