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2013 Oklahoma Travel Guide Now Available
By Oklahoma Tourism Staff
OKLAHOMA CITY (January 7, 2013) – The official 2013 Oklahoma Travel Guide is now available for order online and at travel information centers located statewide.
The all-encompassing Oklahoma Travel Guide highlights points of interest in each region of the state. Along with great information and travel tips, the guide features beautiful photography and a directory of things to do and lodging by city. Along with the official state highway map, this is the perfect traveling companion. This free guide was designed and edited by the award-winning Oklahoma Today staff.
Online orders may be placed at http://www.travelok.com/brochures. The guide is also available at Oklahoma’s travel information centers, located in Oklahoma City (122nd and I-35 near Frontier City), Capitol Visitor Center at the Oklahoma State Capitol (near the east entrance on the first floor), Miami (Will Rogers Turnpike/20 N. Eight Tribes Trail), Colbert (North Hwy. 69/75, just south of Durant) and Walters (H.E. Bailey Turnpike, just south of Lawton), Sallisaw (17 miles west of OK/AR border on I-40), Erick (9 miles east of OK/TX border on I-40), Thackerville ( 4 miles north of OK/TX border on I-35), Blackwell ( 10 miles south of OK/KS border on I-35), Cherokee Nation Welcome Centers in Catoosa, OK and Kansas, OK, and Midwest City (7200 S.E. 29th, MWC).