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Shannon Valley   

5505 South Everett Ave -  Sand Springs,  OK  74063  |  (918) 245-8488

Shannon Valley Manufactured Home Community is a beautiful community located just off the Highway 97 in a peaceful setting. Its beauty consists of an abundance of beautiful shady trees, acres of lawn, and plenty of room for any size home.

It is the perfect place to raise a family or spend your senior years. We located close to Routes 66, 44 and 51. Nearby Lake Keystone, Lake Prettywater, and Discoveryland, are available for fishing, boating and other recreational activities. We are just a short ten-minute drive to shopping and downtown. Call today to discuss our move-in plans for you.

Our staff includes a professional on-site management team, a 24-hour maintenance person to assist with emergency needs.

Sand Springs
Sand Springs is a suburb of Tulsa, Oklahoma, nestled in the hills along the Arkansas River and located mostly in Tulsa County, with some areas of the city located in Osage County to the north. The city was founded by Oklahoma philanthropist Charles Page, who envisioned Sand Springs real estate as a haven for orphans and widows. Today, Sand Springs is a lively city offering its residents an abundance of activities.

Sand Springs offers great opportunities for recreation, such as Keystone and Skiatook Lakes. Both lakes offer boating, fishing, swimming, beaches and picnicking. The area offers many natural amenities, including the Ancient Forest, which is 1,300 acres in size, and the bald eagle roosting areas.

The City also offers cultural opportunities. The Sand Springs Cultural and Historical Museum is a vibrant, community-oriented organization dedicated to its mission to acquire, preserve, interpret materials and exhibit information that is linked with the culture and history of the Sand Springs community along with the rich culture of Sand Springs’ surrounding areas.

Located in the 1929 Page Memorial Building in the heart of historic downtown Sand Springs, the museum provides tours, workshops, educational programs, traveling exhibits, history exhibits, a genealogy library and art galleries.

Sand Springs is host to many festivals, parades and events. These are held every holiday and season and offer excitement for the whole family.

There are ball fields and ball courts with multipal fields for play, complexes, parks and community centers. There is also one 18-acre lake for some of the best fishing around, a municipal golf course with a rolling terrain and a rodeo arena. Adult and adolescent sports programs are offered through the City Parks and Recreation Departments and the Salvation Army.

The National Home of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” is the world famous Discoveryland!, located in a beautiful rustic wooden section of the community. Discoveryland! features the award-winning outdoor production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” Twice named the “Outstanding Tourist Attraction in Oklahoma,” Discoveryland’s “Oklahoma!” is performed under the stars in an outstanding 2,000 seat outdoor complex.

The show runs mid-June through late August and is complete with horse, wagons and authentic scenery.

Tulsa is not short on things to do, with a wide variety of tourist attractions on offer that are bound to keep the whole family busy for days. Notable tourist attractions include Tulsa Zoo, Bells Amusement Park and a number of sporting activities around the city.

From its dense collection of art-deco buildings and lush city parks to its popular zoo and annual ethnic festivals, Tulsa has all the resources of a thriving metropolis. Despite its growth into a major city, Tulsa hasn’t lost the friendly, close-knit feel of a smaller Oklahoma town. Recent renovations to the downtown have produced a flourish of attractions, including the bustling nightclubs, restaurants and theaters of the Brady Arts and Blue Dome Districts. From there, it’s easy to traverse over the Arkansas River and head to West Tulsa, where the vibrant cosmopolitan city gives way to open plains, large wilderness preserves and grassy recreation areas. Laidback and free, urban and refined, Tulsa has a little bit of everything

Thanks to the wealth brought by oil, Tulsa has a number of excellent museums: the Gilcrease Museum, which is devoted to the move to the west (Indian artifacts, pictures of the Wild West by Remington, Russell and other artists); the Philbrook Museum of Art (art of many periods and styles, including the Italian Renaissance, 19th c. English painting and Indian arts and crafts); and the Fenster Museum of Jewish Art.

South of Downtown Tulsa, the gold facade of the Christian fundamentalist Oral Roberts University gleams in the sun – this is a top-class architectural showpiece, with “praying hands” more than 76 ft high.