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The vintage movie posters that line the walls of the Gene Autry Museum pay homage to the singing cowboy's Western films.
A farmer works the hay harvest near Pauls Valley.
A radiant sunset casts an orange glow on the water at the pier area of Lake Murray State Park near Adrmore.
Lush green shades reflect on the surface of Beaver Pond at Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.
Turner Falls in Davis beautifully cascades 77 feet into a natural swimming pool.  Turner Falls Park features several natural swimming areas as well as crystal clear creeks for wading and making a splash.
Clear waters stream over ledges and tumble down rocks in Travertine Creek, which flows throughout Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.
The historical downtown district of Pauls Valley features brick roads and turn-of-the-century architecture with updated streetscapes and charming shopping opportunities.
The downtown district in the town of Sulphur features historic architecture and charming streetscapes.
A blanket of wildflowers covers the ancient Arbuckle Mountains near Davis in south central Oklahoma.  There are scenic overlooks along I-35 and plenty of outdoor recreation in the area including Turner Falls Park, Lake of the Arbuckles and Chickasaw National Recreation Area.
The beautifully restored 1905 Santa Fe Depot is now a local history museum and the centerpiece of downtown Pauls Valley.
Oklahoma's state wildflower, the Indian Blanket, creates scenic golden pastures near the Arbuckle Mountains in Davis.  There are scenic pullouts along I-35 offering views over the Arbuckles.
The Pecan Valley Inn Bed & Breakfast in Davis offers southern charm, friendly service and cozy accommodations.
The waters of Travertine Creek ripple over small waterfalls making it a magical place to cool off during the hot summer months.  Travertine Creek runs through the camping areas of Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.
The peaceful, rippling waters of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur create a haven for outdoor lovers.  The Chickasaw National Recreation Area offers camping, hiking, swimming, wildlife watching and more.
Coreopsis blooms add spring color to the rolling hills of the ancient Arbuckle Mountain range in south central Oklahoma.  Scenic turnouts along I-35 near Davis offer vistas over the area.
A train rolls into the Ardmore Depot.  The Depot is a stop on the Heartland Flyer passenger train route and is within walking distance of downtown Ardmore's dining and shopping area.
This incredible view of Turner Falls in Davis is easily accessible from a scenic overlook area off I-35.  Turner Falls cascades 77 feet into a natural swimming pool.  The bluffs that surround the falls offer caves to explore and trails to hike.
Waterfalls flow amidst colorful fall foliage at the Chickasaw National Recreational Area in Sulphur.
This peaceful scene entices hikers to pause for a moment and soak in the gorgeous fall scenery at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.
Magnificent scenery in any season, Turner Falls cascades 77 feet into a natural swimming pool. The cliffs surrounding the falls offer caves and trails to explore.
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