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OKC Farmers Public Market

405-232-6506
311 S Klein Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73108

The Historic Farmers Public Market in Oklahoma City has long been an iconic and essential venue for Oklahoma farmers,...

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Owasso Farmers' Market

918-443-2356
YMCA Parking Lot
Owasso, OK 74055

Owasso Farmers' Market, located in the YMCA parking lot, consists of a collection of vendors ranging from backyard...

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Pecan Valley Inn Bed & Breakfast

866-369-3366, 580-369-3366
36819 Hwy 7
Davis, OK 73030

The Pecan Valley Inn Bed & Breakfast is a fully-restored 1898 Victorian home that once belonged to a Choctaw physician...

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Lendonwood Gardens

918-786-2938
1308 W 13th St (Har-Ber Road)
Grove, OK 74344

Eight acres of lush green gardens packed with brilliant blooms await you at the Lendonwood Gardens in Grove. Shady pathways...

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Echo Canyon Spa Resort

580-421-5076
350 Lawton Ave
Sulphur, OK 73086

Echo Canyon Spa Resort is a peaceful, secluded, luxury bed and breakfast resort located on 27 picturesque acres with...

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Blue Coyote Winery

918-785-4727
9564 N 429
Adair, OK 74330

Blue Coyote Winery, a quaint Oklahoma winery near Adair, offers many wines, from dry chardonnays to sweet red...

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Chimney Rock Hollow Cabins

918-261-1028
3279 E 523
Salina, OK 74365

Remove yourself from the stress of everyday life at Chimney Rock Hollow. Lose yourself on the sprawling 320 acres by taking...

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Arcadian Getaways

405-201-1632
2600 E Camp Dr
Guthrie, OK 73044

Arcadian Getaways is a luxury bed & breakfast featuring romantic country accommodations for couples. Visitors will enjoy...

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The Rusty Nail Winery

580-622-8466
218 W Muskogee Ave
Sulphur, OK 73086

The Rusty Nail Winery is a boutique winery and tasting room located in Oklahoma's Chickasaw Country. The Rusty Nail...

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Satsuki Garden

918-786-2281
2209 S Main St
Grove, OK 74344

This one-half acre garden contains the three essential elements of Japanese landscaping: plants, water and stone. Tour...

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