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Black Mesa State Park lies near the point where Oklahoma, Colorado and New Mexico join in the panhandle and offers rugged natural beauty, outdoor recreation and challenging hiking trails.
A trail at Boiling Springs State Park near Woodward leads hikers through hardwood forests and along spring-fed creeks.
This photogenic spot on a Beavers Bend State Park hiking trail beckons visitors to enjoy the park's natural beauty.  Located in southeast Oklahoma, the park offers activities on Broken Bow Lake and the Mountain Fork River, as well as hiking, mountain biking, paddling, fishing and more.
The Beaver Lodge Trail at Beavers Bend State Park takes hikers through a variety of scenic landscapes.  The park, located near Broken Bow in southeastern Oklahoma, offers a lodge and cabins, as well as both tent and RV campgrounds.
Elk Mountain, as seen from one of the hiking trails that winds through the back country of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton in southwestern Oklahoma.  The refuge offers hiking, mountain biking, wildlife viewing and camping opportunities.
Heavener Runestone Park features a large stone with carvings believed to have been made by Vikings who visited the area.  The trail down to the runestone takes hikers through a beautiful, wooded canyon with steep rock walls.
Heavener Runestone Park features rock inscriptions believed to have been made by Vikings who visited the area.  The trail down to the runestone runs through a heavily-wooded area and rocky canyon walls.
Robbers Cave State Park near Wilburton offers scenic hiking trails for every skill level, boulder hopping and rappelling.  Hike up through the rocky hills to the secluded cave where outlaws like Belle Starr and Jesse James once hid.
Red Rock Canyon State Park near Hinton draws hikers, campers and rappellers with its picturesque red sandstone canyon walls and lushly wooded canyonlands.
The Gloss Mountains near Fairview are rugged red mesas covered with selenite crystals that cause them to sparkle in the sunlight.  The mountains can be viewed from the scenic section of Highway 412, or you can stop at the small state park area and hike.
Big Spring is a hidden gem that rewards those who make the short hike at Roman Nose State Park in Watonga.
Red Rock Canyon State Park features red sandstone cliffs where outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy hiking and rappelling.  Campers enjoy the brilliant colors of the small park, which is nestled between canyon walls near Hinton in western Oklahoma.
The crown jewel of Natural Falls State Park in West Siloam Springs is this 77-foot tall cascade that drops into a rock grotto below.
Fast flowing water along the Beaver Lodge Trail, a favorite among hikers in Beavers Bend State Park.
An early morning mist rises over the still-as-glass Mountain Fork River, offering incredible views to hikers in Beavers Bend State Park.
Natural Falls State Park is a lush green oasis beneath the cascade.  Located near West Siloam Springs in northeastern Oklahoma, the park features gorgeous scenery for visitors to enjoy.
The 77-foot cascade at Natural Falls State Park drops into a cool grotto filled with ferns where hikers can pause and take in the natural beauty.
Hikers and rock climbing enthusiasts flock to the Charon's Garden area of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge for rock hopping and serious ascents on Mount Baldy.
The Gloss Mountains in northwestern Oklahoma sparkle in the sunlight because they are rich in selenite crystals.
The view from inside Robbers Cave in southeastern Oklahoma.  Legend has it that Belle Starr and other infamous outlaws hid out in this cave in Indian Territory to escape justice.
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