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Nestled on the shores of the lake at Lake Murray State Park are the nature center and historic Tucker Tower.
Standing tall over the Tulsa Fairgrounds and Route 66, the Golden Driller has been a symbol of Tulsa's rich oil history for over half a century since 1966.
The Lake Murray Floating Cabins give the opportunity for visitors to stay literally on the water at Lake Murray State Park near Ardmore. This popular lodging option at has every amenity for a comfortable trip.
See beautiful alpacas and learn more about them at Zena Suri Alpacas near Grand Lake.
A magnificent sunset reflects on the calm surface of Holdenville Lake.
A dusting of winter snow coats the charming Running Bear Lodge located at Beavers Bend Adventures in Broken Bow.
A spectacular winter sunset at Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma's largest lake.
A gorilla seems to know that his photo is being taken and strikes a pose in the six-acre Great EscAPE exhibit at the Oklahoma City Zoo.
The Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa features one of the world's most comprehensive collections of American Indian and Western art.
The Inn at Price Tower in Bartlesville features mid-century design courtesy of architect Frank Lloyd Wright and sleek modern decor.
A magnificent sunrise reflects golden hues on Lake Ponca in Ponca City.
The annual Midsummer Nights Fair in Norman celebrates the visual arts with dozens of local and regional artists displaying paintings, drawings, pottery, jewelry, glass works and woodworking pieces.  Live music stages feature bands from a wide variety of genres during the festival.
Several canoe outfitters along the Mountain Fork River will help you enjoy a paddling adventure in and around Beavers Bend State Park in southeast Oklahoma where you'll experience magnificent views like this one.
Get nose-to-nose with an American Bison at the Cherokee Trading Post on I-40 in Clinton.  In addition to a wide variety of Native American and Old West themed-merchandise, they also have a few buffalo grazing where visitors can get an up-close view of them.
Families enjoy trips to the Lake Murray State Park Nature Center in Ardmore for its interesting architecture, educational displays and great location on the shores of Lake Murray.
Explore thousands of surface acres of Lake Murray on the back of a jet ski. Lake Murray State Park welcomes boaters, water skiers and swimmers.
Have some high speed fun at Lake Murray and take a jet ski out on the water to see beautiful sites around Lake Murray State Park.
Turner Falls in Davis is a summer hotspot for outdoor recreation.  The main falls cascade 77 feet into a natural swimming pool.  Parkgoers can also wade in streams, enjoy a swimming hole with diving boards or hike the cliffs surrounding the falls.
Tulsa's culture embraces both arts and industry. This sculpture in front of the Williams Building memorializes the five world-renowned American Indian prima ballerinas produced by northeastern Oklahoma.
Lone Mountain is part of the Gloss Mountains in northwestern Oklahoma.  If you visit on a sunny day at the right time, you can see the sunlight sparkling on the selenite crystals that cover much of the surface of the Gloss Mountains.  Take a scenic drive on Highway 412 out west of Fairview and experience these magnificent views.
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