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Chickasaw Country Visitor Guide

This south central area guide provides 70 pages of valuable information on amazing attractions, delectable dining, interesting museums and historic sites, relaxing (and romantic) hotels and other lodging properties, chic boutiques, antique shops, fun festivals, wineries and much more. Outdoor activities are abundant within the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Turner Falls Park, 20 lakes and numerous golf courses located within Chickasaw Country. When it comes to indoor entertainment, try your luck at any of their 20 casinos. Since there is a lot to see and do here, stop at Bedre Fine Chocolate and stock up on a variety of scrumptious snacks for the trip.

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Choctaw Country Overview

Choctaw Country is filled with activities for the entire family providing ample opportunities for recreation. Here you can escape the busyness of life and reconnect with nature, beauty, and culture at every turn. There are many gorgeous natural areas in Choctaw Country, among the most famous is the beautiful 54-mile,Talimena Scenic Drive--a must see area, especially when the fall colors are at their peak. This area is great for motorcycle touring, off-roading, or hiking. If you prefer indoor activity, try your luck at one of the many casinos. Whether you are looking for a peaceful retreat or a weekend adventure, the people of Choctaw Country welcome you! The new Choctaw Country Pathfinder is being developed and this publication is an overview of Choctaw Country in the interim.

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Oklahoma Travel Guide 2024

Start planning your Oklahoma vacation with the Oklahoma Travel Guide 2024. This new Oklahoma Travel Guide is also filled with information previously contained in our Oklahoma State Parks and Outdoor Guide. There are travel ideas, fascinating museums, incredible restaurants, stunning state parks and Route 66 roadside attractions, along with directories of attractions and lodging. The Oklahoma State map must be ordered separately.

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Cherokee Nation Tourism

It is with great pride and honor that the Cherokee Nation invites you to take part in their thriving culture and celebrate their lasting spirit through a variety of their cultural tours. More than 50 cultural and historical sites are located within the Cherokee Nation in NE Oklahoma. As you learn about the Cherokee people, you will find that not only are they a people of the past but a people of the present and future.

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Lake Texoma

With 1250-miles of shoreline across the two-state region, this lake is popular with boaters and campers, drawing an estimated six million visitors. Fisherman come every year to catch their limit of striped bass in this 89,000-acre lake. If you would rather have a golf club in your hand, come try your skill at several of the public courses in the Lake Texoma area. Ride a motorcycle? This is a great destination with beautiful scenery and the open road. You will find information on lodging, casinos, watercraft rental, fishing guide services, public golf courses, fun events and much more listed in this handy guide about the Lake Texoma area.

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McCurtain County

McCurtain County in southeast Oklahoma is the perfect vacation destination for weekend getaways, summer vacations, family reunions and more. There you will find deep mountain lakes surrounded by National Forests and clear running rivers with great fly fishing and thrilling whitewater adventures.

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Oklahoma State Map

Order the current state map as a handy reference of getting to all the fabulous places to see in Oklahoma. The Oklahoma State Map will be sent as a stand-alone brochure. If you desire the Oklahoma Travel Guide, it is listed separately and must be ordered separately.

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Grand Lake Guide

Nestled in northeast Oklahoma's Green Country, the Grand Lake area offers limitless fun! From a turn of the century village to parasailing, golf, casinos, and legendary Route 66 attractions such as the iconic Coleman Theatre, classic cars, vintage motorcycles to camping and resort living. There is something for everyone at one of Oklahoma's most popular recreational lakes. Use this handy Grand Lake Guide to find the who, what, and where for this area.

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Lake Eufaula

For water sports, fishing and hunting, camping, or a relaxing golf resort vacation, Lake Eufaula is the perfect spot. Lake Eufaula has been rated one of the Top Ten Crappie lakes in North America, and offers guide services, outfitters, marinas and even heated docks catering to fishermen. Award-winning golf courses, state parks, and a variety of vacation accommodations await.

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Oklahoma Dining Guide

From decadent milkshakes to massive chicken-fried steaks to elegant 10-course meals, the Oklahoma dining scene holds many surprises. This guide features 381 only-in-Oklahoma restaurant destinations, many of which have been featured on "Discover Oklahoma," the state's official travel and tourism television show.

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Tenkiller Lake Area

Located in the rugged Cookson Hills in NE Oklahoma, the Lake Tenkiller area provides the perfect spot for fishing, boating, skiing, scuba diving, picnicking, camping, hiking, hunting, and floating the nearby Illinois River. Visit the 2 state and 18 Corps of Engineer parks in this area--all with boat ramps and campsites. Come prepared to enjoy the swimming beaches, picnic areas with restrooms, picnic shelters and tables, and grills that make vacation experiences memorable. Surrounded by dogwood forests and other flowering trees, Lake Tenkiller is the choice for nature lovers of all kinds. Start planning your trip now!

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Oklahoma Route 66 Passport

This guide highlights 66 Route 66 stops in Oklahoma. This passport is divided into Eastern, Central, and Western Sections. Bring your passport to each stop and someone there will stamp it for you. If a stop is not open, snap a photo of yourself out front. Once a section has been completed, take your passport/photos to a Tourism Information Center to be verified. A staffer will sign your completion page and give you a prize of a piece of a fun magnet. Once all 3 sections have been completed, return to a Tourism Information Center. A staffer will stamp your book complete and give you a free collectible coin. Previous versions of the passport can still be used.

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Oklahoma Motorcycle Guide

This guide features 14 rides to help motorcyclists take advantage of Oklahoma's curvy roads and stunning scenery. From the Talimena National Scenic Byway to Route 66 to more off-the-beaten-path roads, riders are sure to find routes that pique their interest. The guide also contains information on restaurants, parks and historical attractions along each route. There are also lists of fun ride destinations and popular motorcycle events in the state.

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Guthrie

Experience Guthrie and learn about the rich history of Oklahoma's first state capital. Along the brick streets and beautiful architecture, find the perfect place to enjoy a great meal, listen to live music on "Red Brick Nights", play at five spectacular golf courses, fish at the lakes, or play a fun game of disc golf. Enjoy a rodeo at the Lazy E Arena or a play at the Pollard Theatre, and attend several fun festivals held throughout the year! From Thanksgiving weekend through Christmas, enjoy various Territorial Christmas events, such as a parade, "Territorial Governor" Inauguration, historic home tour and two Victorian Walk evenings with carolers, carriage rides and peanut vendors.

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Lawton Fort Sill

You'll find that the landscape provides a great escape in Lawton Fort Sill. With over 22,000 acres open for hiking, wildlife-watching & picture-taking, the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge provides a scenic backdrop and playground for visitors. You will want to visit the quaint town of Medicine Park on your adventure. Various lakes and museums around Lawton Fort Sill offer varied choices for other activities.

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Miami

Mark your calendar with things to do and areas to explore in Miami (my..am..uhh). You will find adventure traveling down Historic Rt. 66, stopping at the spectacular Coleman Theatre, casino hopping, or visiting other local attractions. Since Miami is the home of nine Native American Tribes, enjoy Native American singing and dancing by attending a powwow. Located between the Neosho and Spring Rivers, Miami also offers excellent fishing grounds.

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Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is a city revitalized and reborn with an almost endless list of new attractions that mean fun and excitement for everyone. The downtown and Bricktown areas bustle with excitement and interesting attractions, northeast OKC is home to the zoo, Frontier City amusement park, and world-class museums including the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, and the Stockyards area brims with Western heritage.

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Poteau

Located in LeFlore County, Poteau is in the heart of scenic southeastern Oklahoma. Enjoy the spectacular Talimena Drive that takes you across the tops of ancient mountains, visit the world's highest hill, learn about Viking visits to the area and ancient mound-building societies that ruled mid-America. Visit the state parks and national forests that abound in this beautiful area.

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Visit Bartlesville

It's time you explored Bartlesville in northeast Oklahoma, the town that oil built! In Bartlesville, you can see roaming herds of exotic animals and one of the most outstanding western art collections--both located on an oil baron's vast ranch at Woolaroc. Explore Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper and stay overnight in its upscale boutique hotel, the Inn at Price Tower. Frank Phillips home, Phillips Company Museum, Tom Mix Museum, and the Prairie Song Pioneer Village in Dewey provide history of the area. Old and new, past and present, Bartlesville has something for everyone to see and do there.

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Visit Claremore

Just minutes from Tulsa on nostalgic Route 66, Claremore is known for its classic museums. The Will Rogers Museum and Ranch celebrate one of the most compelling figures of Oklahoma and American history. You will also want to visit the JM Davis Arms and Historical Museum and be amazed by its numerous collections. Drive about 10 miles northeast of Claremore to visit the iconic Totem Pole Park, a well-known Route 66 attraction.

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Visit Edmond

Located on scenic Route 66 just north of Oklahoma City, Edmond offers outstanding hotels conveniently located minutes from the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park horse racing, the Lazy E Arena, and historic Guthrie. Known for its outstanding golf courses, Edmond is host to PGA and celebrity events. Edmond also offers nostalgic shopping areas featuring the unique and antique, all with the added pleasure of beautiful public art on corners around town.

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Visit Elk City and Museum Complex

Experience a trip back in time on the Mother Road in Elk City. Visitors can "get their kicks" at a variety of museums, including the National Route 66 Museum, the National Transportation Museum, Old Town Museum, Farm & Ranch Museum and Blacksmith Museum. Information links for Visit Elk City activities, attractions, events, lodging, restaurants, shops, and their calendar, website, and city map are provided. Visit Elk City and the museums and let them share their Western Oklahoma hospitality with you.

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Visit Enid

The arts and history blend together in Enid, home to one of only seven Cultural Districts in Oklahoma. Located at the junction of Highways 81 and 412 Enid is where the Chisholm Trail and Great Land Run meet. With attractions such as Leonardo's Children's Museum, the Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center, Railroad Museum of Oklahoma and Simpson's Old Time Museum, arts venues Gaslight Theatre and Enid Symphony Orchestra and over 60 pieces of public art, a day trip or longer vacation should include a visit to Enid.

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Visit Norman and The University of Oklahoma Guide

Visit Oklahoma's third largest city to find unique museums, impressive galleries, performing arts, family entertainment, boutique shopping, nearby casinos, fabulous restaurants and nationally recognized sports teams. Part of this Norman Visitor Guide also includes the University of Oklahoma Visitor Guide.

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Visit Ponca City

From a mansion on the prairie to fancy dancing... From medieval castles for campers, to a museum dedicated to women, Ponca City will greet you with the unexpected. We thrive on the diversity of our attractions, the elegance of our architecture and the unique nature of the pioneers who made Ponca City their home. We're expecting you!

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Visit Shawnee

Get away & play in Shawnee! Located just 35 miles east of Oklahoma City, Shawnee has a heritage steeped in tradition and influenced by area Native American tribes. From theatre to rodeo, museums to golf, lavender and pecan farms, wineries, eateries, boutiques, casinos and lakes, Shawnee has a hometown feel with a city attitude and will make a great place to visit or call home.

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Visit Stillwater

Find the great places to play, eat, shop, and stay in this historic college town. Use the QR codes found inside this Stillwater Visitor Guide to participate in the Visit Stillwater Geocache Tour and get the Stillwater Savings Pass. Have fun finding caches, exploring the community, and taking advantage of the special offers and discounts.

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Visit Tulsa

Tulsa is located in the rolling hills of northeastern Oklahoma and convenient to dozens of lakes and attractions. You'll find rich art deco architecture, trendy nightlife districts, first-class casinos, amazing and educational museums, Route 66 and attractions designed with family fun in mind. Distinct shopping and dining experiences are available, from mega shopping centers to dining al fresco on the River, there's something to please any taste. Check out Tulsa's music scene from the legendary Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie Centers to nightly live music venues. A Tulsa surrounding area map and a Tulsa downtown map in this guide will help you find the way.

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Oklahoma Fishing Trail Guide

Oklahoma's waters are home to 177 species of fish, from favorites like bass, crappie and catfish to more unique types like the paddlefish. This guide highlights 60 top fishing lakes and rivers around the state, providing anglers with a wealth of information about each destination, including fish habitat, boater access and amenities.

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OK Agritourism Teachable Moments

Experience teachable moments across Oklahoma with destinations that foster curiosity! With field trip ideas for the whole family to petting farms, U-pick farms, and history museum you're sure to find plenty of learning adventures!

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Oklahoma Agritourism Animal Guide

This Guide to Animals in Oklahoma will give you all the best destinations to see farm animals, purchase fiber goods, and go on a trail ride!

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Oklahoma Country Stays

For a breath of fresh air or a breathtaking experience, choose from properties located all over the state. Whether you are looking for a ranch experience or wanting to indulge yourself at a luxurious bed and breakfast, this guide will make your decision easier with amenity descriptions, driving directions/GPS coordinates, and more listed for each property.

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Oklahoma Hunting

Ready to roam the great state of Oklahoma? This guide will give you valuable information on hunting in Oklahoma, where to look for licensing information and a fold-out map showing the more than 54 ranches and farms offering lodges, cabins or guided hunts.

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Oklahoma Jelly Making Trails

Whether you are looking for juicy jams and jellies to purchase or looking for local produce to create your own sweet homemade delights, this guide will be your source of the best berries, peaches, sand plums, grapes, prickly pears, veggies and herbs across Oklahoma. Go pick it, take it, make it, and best of all, enjoy it! YUMMY!

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Oklahoma Wine Trail

Discover Oklahoma wineries, sip by sip, country road by Main Street, using the 9 different wine trail itineraries provided. With names such as "Eufaula the Leader", "Walk the Red Carpet" and "Wild Wild Wine", these itineraries and map make it easy to plan a day trip or weekend outing. Each trail has a unique passport program too. Check out all the stops and mail in your completed passport for a fun trail prize. If you are new to the wine scene, the "Wine Tips, Tricks and More" section will also come in handy.

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Indian Arts & Crafts Act Guidelines

If you are considering purchasing American Indian-made art or craftwork in Oklahoma, you should know these tips for shopping and buying wisely. Since their sale is regulated by both federal and state laws, you can protect yourself by becoming familiar with these laws and assure that what you are purchasing is truly authentic.

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Broken Bow McCurtain County Lodging

If you want to find out what's around the McCurtain County area, start with the Broken Bow McCurtain County Lodging Guide. This is the first step in choosing the perfect accommodations for your family with the right amenities. Bringing a whole group--choose a 1-5, or 7 or 8 bedroom cabin so everyone will have their own space. You will also find the perfect place to meet the needs of smaller families or a romantic retreat with a cozy fireplace just for a couple. Memories will be made here with the spectacular beauty of nature to enjoy while you horseback ride, bird watch, paddle board, canoe, fish, hunt, hike, golf, bike, ride the train, ATV, go karts or jet skis.

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Eskimo Joe's

Eskimo Joe's has been servin' up smiles since 1975. What started as a college hangout is now a world-famous hot spot and local favorite for great burgers, live music, fun T-shirts and cheese fries. Joe's famous grin can be seen by Joe's fans sporting their T-shirts all over the world. Eskimo Joe's is an Oklahoma icon and a must-see for any traveler who will leave with a smile on their face and on their shirt.

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Fin and Feather Resort

Fin and Feather Resort is a family-owned and family-oriented summer resort located on the southern end of Lake Tenkiller, only 11 miles north of I-40 and just west of the Arkansas state line. This resort offers a wide selection of air-conditioned cabins and houses accommodating all sizes of family outings, reunions, and retreats from 3 to 32 people. RV hookups are also available. There are plenty of fun things to do here with a swimming pool, kiddie pool, catch and release fishing pond, skating rink, basketball court, tennis court, sand volleyball court, disc golf, and children’s playground. Welcome to the Fin—it will become your family’s favorite getaway spot!

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General Tommy Franks Museum

The Museum offers memorabilia from the 38-year military career of General Franks in addition to the "9/11: Never Forget" exhibit. Featuring a 14-foot, 3000-lb. steel beam from the World Trade Center, this exhibit leads visitors on a chronological timeline of September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center, Pentagon and Flight 93 attacks, heroic rescue efforts and memorials. The Museum also includes artifacts from General Frank's personal collection, cultural items from around the world, unique military equipment, historic photographs, and one of only two Medal of Honor Awards in the state of Oklahoma, as well as one of the world's largest collection of Challenge Coins.

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Heart in the Park Labyrinth

Visit the only one in the world--the Heart in the Park labyrinth located in Centennial Park in downtown Tonkawa. The seven-path classic design includes a cast-iron pausing stone, dual path, and crossover-bordered by historic timelines. While the labyrinth path always leads to the center, its twists and turns are reminders of life's surprises and challenges.

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Museum of the Western Prairie

The Museum of the Western Prairie located in Altus preserves and tells the story of the southwestern part of the state from past to present through narratives, artifacts, photographs and documents. Their 1891 ranch house, half-dugout and windmill give a glimpse of past pioneer life in the Wichita Mountain area.

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Natl Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Stunning works of art and historical objects tell America's story. Explore distinct galleries, beautiful gardens, a children's area and more. Located on I-44 in Oklahoma's Adventure District, this museum, with its displays of fine art, pop culture and firearms, Native American art, historical cowboy gear, gift shop and dining facility, should be a top must-see place on your list.

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Northeast Oklahoma Attractions Map

Planning a trip to the northeast area of Oklahoma and wondering what and where the fun things to do are located? This handy map showing lots of attractions in the NE corner of the state will be a valuable asset in planning that trip! Find the places, phone numbers and website addresses on the reverse side of the map for a handy reference when additional information and directions are needed. Multiple museums, casinos, golf courses, wineries, and so much more are listed. Order the Northeast Oklahoma Attractions Map today and find the excitement NE Oklahoma has to offer!

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Oklahoma City National Memorial

The Oklahoma City National Memorial consists of the outdoor Symbolic Memorial and the Memorial Museum. This is the site and story of the Oklahoma City bombing where 168 people were killed, more than 700 were injured, and thousands of rescuers and volunteers helped in any way they could. Millions have been changed by what they have seen and learned here. Twenty five years later this Museum is now rated a Top 10 Museum in America by Yelp and a Top 25 US Museum by Trip Advisor. With two floors of immersive exhibits, interactive touchscreens, theaters and more bringing this story to life, this museum offers a chance for individuals to look back and think forward.

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Shepherd's Cross - A Working Farm

Located 2.5 miles north of Claremore just off Route 66, you will find Shepherd's Cross, an accredited agritourism facility, working farm, and Christian Mission. There is always something going on here. In the spring, learn about sheep shearing, spinning and wool. The last 3 weeks in October there is a pumpkin festival and a living nativity is open the 2nd and 3rd weekends in December. See the Amish-built barn, the Bible Garden and the Shepherd's Shop Gift Shop.

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Skeletons: Museum of Osteology

Want to learn more about skeletons and osteology--the study of bones. Start your quest for knowledge with a visit to this remarkable skeleton museum located in south Oklahoma City. Have some family fun or use the visit to the Explorer's Corner as an educational experience for school groups. You can see 450 different skeletons, ranging from tiny mice to a 40-foot humpback whale, while focusing on the form and function of the different skeletal systems. Learn amazing things about the animal kingdom through more exhibits--What is a Skeleton?, Adaptation and Locomotion, and Forensic Osteology in this natural history museum.

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Southern Plains Indian Museum

Learn about western Oklahoma tribes including the Kiowa, Comanche, Kiowa-Apache, Southern Cheyenne, Southern Arapaho, Wichita, Caddo, Delaware, and Ft. Sill Apache through collections highlighting their historic clothing, shields, weapons, cradleboards and toys. Contemporary art and craftwork by tribal members are also featured in rotating exhibits.

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Stafford Air and Space Museum

Named after astronaut and flight pioneer General Thomas P. Stafford, the Stafford Air & Space Museum houses an amazing collection of air and space exhibits, an interactive aviation gallery that spans the history of flight and rocketry, more than 20 historic aircraft, unique space flight artifacts and more!

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Tulsa Zoo

What will you "sea" at the Tulsa Zoo--check out the awesome Sea Lion Cove with its underwater viewing area! Open 363 days a year, with over 2500 animals, the Tulsa Zoo is the ideal place to make new memories and have a variety of adventures. Visit year-round with indoor heated and air-conditioned eco-themed buildings, nearly 500 species of animals & plenty of exhibits. Hope to "sea" you there!

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Water-Zoo Indoor Water Park

Play all year long in the climate-controlled 83-degree indoor water park no matter what the temperature is outside. Located in Clinton, (I-40, exit 65A), the 400-foot lazy, crazy river, 4-story bowl slide, 4-story body slide, wave and activity pools, infant pool and the latest slideboarding experience will provide hours of fun for the whole family. Season passes, party and hotel or campground packages make it easy to provide memories lasting a lifetime!

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Woolaroc

In 1925, Woolaroc began as a rustic ranch retreat for Frank Phillips, founder of Phillips Petroleum. Its sheer novelty attracted world leaders, dignitaries, tycoons, heroes and stars of the day. Today, Woolaroc is an icon of the Old West with a world-class Western Art museum, hunting lodge and collection of exotic animals roaming the grounds.

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