Where to Propose in Oklahoma

When it’s time to pop the question, use this list of unique Oklahoma places to inspire your perfect proposal.

Once the opulent 1920s home of Waite Phillips, Philbrook Museum of Art now displays world-class art on this historic estate in Tulsa.
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Take the guesswork out of one of life’s biggest questions with this list of gorgeous spaces and amazing places to enchant your special someone (and hopefully inspire a resounding “YES!”).

Natural Falls State Park - West Siloam Springs

Enter a green wonderland where the soothing roar of a cascading waterfall provides serene soundscape. Natural Falls State Park in West Siloam Springs is consistently named one of the most beautiful places in Oklahoma, and it’s no wonder why. Here, a 77-foot waterfall rushes through rock formations in a narrow valley. Admire the falls from above on the observation deck or walk down the staircase to the base of the falls, where you can propose next to one of the most tranquil landscapes around.

Black Mesa - Kenton

Trek to the state’s highest point, where the sky is darker and the stars are brighter than you’ll find nearly anywhere else. Black Mesa State Park, located in the Oklahoma panhandle, is known for having one of the darkest skies in the country, making it a popular viewing spot for meteor showers. With twinkling stars overhead, the park's stunning summit will make the perfect location to pop the big question.

Hot Air Balloon Ride - Collinsville, Piedmont & Oklahoma City

Sweep them off their feet - literally - with a hot air balloon ride. Two companies — Skyway Balloons in Collinsville and OKC Balloons Aloft in Oklahoma City — are ready to take you on one of the most memorable rides of your life. Give your pilot a head’s up that you’ll be proposing and they may even be able to take some photos of your special moment. Hot air balloon rides are typically available just after sunrise and before sunset, so you’re nearly guaranteed to have a scenic journey across the sky.

Oklahoma City Thunder Game - OKC

Score extra points with your loved one by taking them to an Oklahoma City Thunder game. Before the game begins, let the team management know that you’d like to be on the kiss cam so you can pop the question.

White Dog Hill - Clinton

Set your sights on White Dog Hill in Clinton for a romantic dinner followed by a proposal underneath a gorgeous sunset. Known for its exquisite cuisine, unique history and a patio that offers amazing views for miles, this one-of-a-kind restaurant got its start in the 1920s as a country club. Today, visitors from miles around flock to the native stone building for special occasions. After your meal, head out to the patio where you can linger over a shared dessert and watch the sun set. Pop the question surrounded by glowing patio lights and the soft sounds of live music.

Secluded Cabin - Broken Bow

For a private getaway complete with a secluded cabin for two, head to Broken Bow in southeast Oklahoma. Cue them in on your feelings by selecting an appropriately-named cabin, like the Owl Always Love You Cabin from Blue Beaver Luxury Cabins or the P.S. I Love You Cabin from Bear Mountain Lodging. Present an engagement ring in front of the cabin fireplace and watch the sparks fly.

Love Lock Fountain - Eufaula

If your style of romance is less "low key" and more "no key," head to the Love Lock Fountain at Lake Eufaula State Park. Seal the deal by fastening an engraved lock to the gate and throwing away the key.

Romantic Bridges - Statewide

Symbolically, bridges represent the crossing into a new territory, making them a suitable locale for your proposal. Enter into the next phase of your relationship at one of Oklahoma’s picturesque bridges, like the lattice-covered bridge within Ackley Park in Elk City, the flower-lined walkway at the Myriad Botanical Gardens in Oklahoma City, or during the holiday season on the spectacularly lit bridges at Rhema Christmas Lights in Tulsa and the Chickasha Festival of Light.

Philbrook Gardens - Tulsa

Not only does the Philbrook Museum of Art house extensive collections of fine art, but it’s also surrounded by lush landscaped gardens inspired by Northern Italy. Take a stroll within the 23-acre garden and you’ll spot stone-lined pathways, coy ponds, thousands of flowers, a gazebo and tucked away areas where you can enjoy a picnic complete with champagne glasses for celebrating.

Winery - Statewide

Oklahoma’s wineries invite travelers to come in, sample the wine and take a look around the surrounding vineyards. Plan your trip to the winery in advance and surprise your love with a bottle of wine labeled “Will you marry me?” As an added bonus, you can also schedule a photographer to capture your proposal so you can look back on your special day throughout the years.

Collings Castle - Davis

Head to the Collings Castle inside Turner Falls Park in Davis for a proposal fit for a royal. This castle sits high above the roaring Turner Falls under a dense cover of trees. The ruins of this unique castle have an air of mysterious romance, and the 77-foot waterfall below adds to the magical beauty.

Lake Hefner Lighthouse - Oklahoma City

There’s no need to travel to the ocean for a gorgeous lighthouse view. The East Wharf area at Lake Hefner is home to a 40-foot lighthouse located on a rocky peninsula, and is the most inland working lighthouse in the United States. Treat your partner to a romantic dinner at one of the nearby restaurants, then go for a turn on the lake’s walking path next to tranquil waters before popping the question.

Looking for even more proposal inspiration? Check out the 10 most beautiful places in Oklahoma and romantic bed and breakfast inns across the state.

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