Male Seminary Recreation Center provides a range of sports leagues and services for men.

Markoma: A Community Hub for Sports, Wellness and Fitness in Tahlequah

The Male Seminary Recreation Center, also known as “Markoma,” is a popular destination for sports enthusiasts in the Tahlequah community. The center offers a variety of sports leagues including volleyball, basketball, pickleball, cornhole, and softball. Cherokee Nation citizens can access gym equipment and fitness classes free of charge, while non-citizens can join for a membership fee of $20.

Lead Rec Specialist Terry Hooper is excited to see the center open to the community and welcoming everyone to participate and stay healthy. The center hosts different leagues throughout the year, starting with the fall basketball league in November and continuing with volleyball, pickleball, cornhole, and softball. Additionally, there is a senior’s class that meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday where they play chair volleyball and enjoy staying active.

The center is dedicated to promoting movement and wellness for all ages and abilities. Located at 1501 Graham Ave in Tahlequah, the Male Seminary Recreation Center is open daily with varying hours from Monday to Thursday, Friday, and weekends. Those interested can call 918-453-5496 for more information on participating in the leagues or accessing the gym equipment and classes available at the center.

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