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Antique windmills that watered the plains of Oklahoma during the pioneer and territorial days are on display at the Shattuck Windmill Museum and Park in northwestern Oklahoma.
The historic Poncan Theatre stands as a monument to the days of Vaudeville and movie palaces.  The architectural elements including an ornate interior, elaborate ceilings and stained glass have been carefully restored.  Today, visitors can tour the theatre, attend new release movie screenings or enjoy theatrical productions and live concerts at the Poncan.
Black Mesa, located in the far northwestern corner of the Oklahoma panhandle, is the highest point in Oklahoma at 4,973 feet above sea level.  The Black Mesa State Park & Nature Preserve area rewards hikers with amazing vistas over Oklahoma, New Mexico and Colorado.
Black Mesa State Park & Nature Preserve features interesting rock formations, wide open skies and an abundance of wildlife native to this ecoregion.  Located in northwestern tip of the Oklahoma panhandle, this area is home to the state's highest point atop Black Mesa and a marker denotes the point at which Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico borders meet.
Play a round on Oklahoma's only canyon-style golf course at Roman Nose State Park.  This 18-hole, par 70 course features sloping bent grass greens, Bermuda grass tees, lake views, canyon walls and mesas.
Ralph Passow gets a little love from one of the 30 camels at Passow's Camel Farm in Perry.  Visitors are welcome to tour the farm, meet the camels and learn a little more about them.
A fresh blanket of snow adds to the tranquility of this Crystal Beach Lake winter scene in Woodward.
Brilliant fall foliage brightens the walking trail at Field Station Lake in Woodward.
The Crystal Beach Aquatic Center in Woodward offers a myriad of ways to have fun while cooling off in the summer months.
A pair of deer graze among brightly colored fall foliage at Field Station Lake in Woodward.
The Crystal Beach Aquatics Center in Woodward offers cool water fun for the whole family during the summer months.
The band shell at Crystal Beach Park in Woodward hosts live entertainment.
A young participant dances at the Kaw Nation Intertribal Powwow in northern Oklahoma's Kaw City.
Oklahoma's uncrowded lakes offer many opportunities for fishing in scenic and peaceful surroundings such as this spot at Field Station Lake in Woodward.
Expansive skies and endless plains surround this icon of the Old West found near Woodward in western Oklahoma.
A deer is naturally camoflauged among the trees in this winter landscape at Great Salt Plains State Park in northern Oklahoma.
A doe slips into the woods at Great Salt Plains State Park in northern Oklahoma.
A cloudy sunset in the Oklahoma panhandle provided an awesome display of the sun as it was setting next to a windmill in Texas County near Guymon.
A thunderstorm builds in the wide-open plains of the Oklahoma panhandle near Guymon.
The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, located in Enid, is a 24,000 sq. ft. facility that features five exhibit galleries interpreting the settlement and development of northwest Oklahoma.
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