Lawton, Oklahoma is your passport to adventure. Learn area history at The Museum of the Great Plains, which features archaeological and cultural artifacts and a replica of a trading post. Read a chapter of Oklahoma's rich military history at Fort Sill, an active Army fort established in 1869, where you'll find a museum that's comprised of 26 historic buildings and the gravesite of famous Apache chief, Geronimo. Hike or drive through the scenic Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge to see buffalo, elk and deer graze.
If you really want to reconnect with nature, there’s no better way than tent camping. We’ve rounded up a sampler of 11 unique campgrounds in some of Oklahoma’s most popular outdoor recreation areas to inspire your next camping trip. Whether you’re looking for something cozy and secluded or prefer wide open spaces under a starry sky, pack up your tent, grab your compass and navigate your way to an amazing Oklahoma camping adventure.Learn More
Barely an hour southwest of Oklahoma City is one of the state’s most distinctive landscapes. To me, the Wichita Mountains are the real Oklahoma.Learn More