Leave the lights of the city behind as you travel into Oklahoma's vast, natural playground for relaxation or sport.
Canoeing is one of the special joys of the outdoors. These beautifully simple watercraft are best enjoyed in small rivers, where larger, noisy motorboats would spoil the experience. read more
Eufaula, Grand and Tenkiller are some of the state’s largest lakes – and among its biggest outdoor attractions – but water isn’t the only reason they’re so popular with visitors. read more
Oklahoma's best fishing just might be found in the southeast corner of the state, at Broken Bow Lake and the Glover and Mountain Fork rivers. read more
Oklahoma's 11 ecoregions provide an amazing variety of awe-inspiring landscapes to enjoy. read more
Explore five of Oklahoma's top mountain biking trails that offer the opportunity to get off the beaten path and into the scenery with your bike. Enjoy scenic, wooded areas and unique technical challenges that make Oklahoma a favorite among mountain bikers. read more
Oklahoma Outdoor Expert, John Gifford, spills his favorite things about Lake Tenkiller along with information to help you plan your visit to one of Oklahoma's most scenic lakes. read more