A true Southern classic, fried catfish has always been an integral part of Oklahoma cuisine. Discover the best places to feast on freshly fried catfish with heaping helpings of coleslaw, hush puppies and green tomato relish with these nine stand-out catfish spots!Learn More
Named after the Seminole Nation, one of the Five Civilized Tribes that settled in the area, Seminole, Oklahoma is home to Seminole State College and the challenging Jimmie Austin Municipal Golf Course. Oil played a starring role in Seminole's local history, as the Greater Seminole Area was once one of Oklahoma's 22 "giant" oil fields. Visit now, and see how oil continues as a viable industry in the region to this day. Two museums showcase the town's diverse offerings: Explore the oil boom days of the Roaring 20s at the Oklahoma Oil Museum, and spur kids’ imaginations with the interactive magic of the Jasmine Moran Children's Museum. Nearby Sportsman Lake offers 15 miles of shorelines, fishing and boat docks, playground and picnic areas, hiking trails and a rare find: equestrian trails.