According to AAA Oklahoma, more than 600,000 Oklahomans are expected to travel over the holiday.
That adds up to just a tiny increase over last year.
The improving economy is one reason more people are headed out of the house for the weekend.
AAA says about 85 percent of travelers plan to drive to where they are going. That's a few more people than last year. Also, more than 80,000 Oklahomans say they’ll fly to their weekend getaway.
The experts are predicting that travelers will pay a little more for things like airfare, hotel rooms and car rentals this year. But if you’re driving, you shouldn’t feel it at the pump.
GasBuddy.com experts tell KRMG that the idea of gas prices rising on Memorial Day is a misconception. They say in the last 10 years, gas has only risen on the holiday twice.