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Porter is known for an amazing peach crop and the annual Porter Peach Festival.  Livesay Orchards in Porter is a great place to buy some freshly picked peaches.
Train rides around Enid's charming Meadowlake Park are available in the spring and summer.
The beautiful Heartpine Hollow's High Lonesome Cabin in Hochatown offers plenty of deck space.
Whether seeking a rare piece of furniture, a unique gift or a collectible piece of art, you can find it all at 23rd Street Antique Mall in Oklahoma City.
Sit-on-top kayaks, canoes and rafts float Tahlequah's Illinois River in northeastern Oklahoma daily during the summer months.  Several float outfitters and campgrounds can be found along the river banks off Highway 10.
Libertyfest in Edmond has been rated one of the Top 10 Fourth of July celebrations in the nation.  This event includes a free watermelon feast in the park to help festivalgoers cool off in the afternoon.
A trip down the lazy river at Muskogee's River Country Family Water Park is a great way to cool off on a hot day.
Buffalo grazing at the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Pawhuska.  Spanning 39,000 acres, the preserve is the largest protected area of tallgrass prairie left on Earth.
Red Rock Canyon State Park in Hinton offers wonderful camping and hiking opportunities.
The Blue Doors at Tenkiller was built as a motor court in the 1950s. Today, the renovated cabins have been updated with modern interiors and stucco-inspired exteriors with bright blue doors.
Billy Sims Barbecue opened its first location in Tulsa during 2004 and has since expanded to include more than 30 restaurants throughout Oklahoma.
A stunning waterfall flows between canyon walls at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in southwest Oklahoma.
The annual Art in the Park festival in Moore celebrates the Fourth of July with all sorts of family fun including carnival rides, live music, vendor and craft booths, car show, festival food and, of course, an amazing fireworks display.
Spectators relax on blankets and in lawn chairs to take in the massive fireworks show at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond.  This show is the finale of LibertyFest, ranked one of the Top 10 Fourth of July celebrations in the nation.
A fantastic pyrotechnic display of Independence Day fireworks rewards visitors to the Grand Lake Fireworks extravaganza each 4th of July.
Emily's Tea Room in Gore is known as the "best food in town."
Enjoy the Celebration of Freedom parade in Hobart and witness over 100 entrants of all kinds and descriptions, including marching bands, floats, balloons, horses, cars, tractors and lots of veterans.
Soak your cares away in the steamy hot tub at the Owl Always Love You cabin from Blue Beaver Luxury Cabins in Broken Bow.
Join the crowd at the Artesian Arts Festival each May as downtown Sulphur turns into a vibrant place full of Native American art, live musical performances and outstanding food.
The Blue Doors at Tenkiller in Gore offer fully updated cottages with modern interiors.
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