OKLAHOMA PHOTOS

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Floaters enjoy the untouched beauty of the Glover River in southeast Oklahoma.
Noted for its beauty, the Illinois River is nestled in the heart of the Oklahoma Ozarks with its oak-hickory forest. There is excellent fishing with smallmouth and largemouth bass, channel and flathead catfish, walleye and various sunfishes.
The scenic Illinois River is nestled in the heart of the Oklahoma Ozarks. The upper river is an easy flowing, Class II river with delightful scenery and several stretches of mild rapids for float trips.
Floaters can enjoy 40 miles of interesting and sometimes challenging floating on the Illinois River in northeastern Oklahoma near Tahlequah.  This scenic area offers plenty of campgrounds, canoe and raft outfitters and great fishing.
The Illinois River near Tahlequah is an easy flowing river with delightful scenery and several stretches of mild rapids for float trips.  Several outfitters offer canoe and raft trips on this stretch of the river.
The Lower Mountain Fork River rushes through Beavers Bend State Park.  This area offers canoeing, fishing and swimming opportunities.
The scenic Mountain Fork River in southeastern Oklahoma is a great spot to fish, swim, canoe or just enjoy some solitude.  Several outfitters on the river rent canoes and kayaks to visitors.
A father and daughter paddle their kayak down the Mountain Fork River in Beavers Bend State Park.  The park is located near Broken Bow in southeast Oklahoma and offers many outdoor recreational opportunities.
Rafting makes floating the Illinois River easy and enjoyable.  The Illinois River is known for its scenic beauty and gentle Class II flow.  The rafts are almost impossible to tip, making it a relaxing way to spend the day.
Canoeing on the Mountain Fork River in Beavers Bend State Park is a fun activity for all ages.
The whole family can quickly learn to paddle at the OKC Kayak school.  They've taught every age from 5 to 101.  Here, a student paddles on Oklahoma City's Lake Hefner.
OKC Kayak provides paddling school instruction to clients and then helps them get started immediately on Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City.  Here, a student cruises the lake.
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.
Paddlers enjoy a glorious sunset on Lake Tenkiller as they head their canoes towards shore.
Elephant Rock can be viewed while paddling a kayak on the Illinois River near Tahlequah.
Just west of Broken Bow, the Glover River offers opportunities for whitewater kayaking for advanced paddlers.
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