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Four Canyon Preserve

918-585-1117
Southern Ellis County
Arnett, OK 73832

The Four Canyon Preserve in northwestern Oklahoma encompasses 4,000 acres of mixed-grass prairie, rugged canyons and...

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Conquer Fitness

1635 E 6th St
Tulsa, OK 74120

Challenge yourself with a day pass granting you access to obstacle courses put together by Conquer Fitness. Housed in...

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Lake Raymond Gary

580-873-2307
Hwy US 70
Fort Towson, OK 74735

The lake is located in SE Oklahoma and borders on the southeast shore of Raymond Gary State Park. The Lake offers fishing,...

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Lake Konawa

580-925-3775
E of Konawa on South St
Konawa, OK 74849

With approximately 20 miles of shoreline, Lake Konawa in Seminole County has become one of Oklahoma's fishing hot spots....

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Whitehorn Cove Marina

918-462-3311
34561 E 700 Rd
Wagoner, OK 74467

Whitehorn Cove Marina encompasses 208 scenic acres on Fort Gibson Lake. The marina features an RV park, floating...

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New Spiro Lake

918-962-2477
South of City
Spiro, OK 74959

New Spiro Lake Includes boat ramps and docks. Fishing is available from sun-up to sundown. View a detailed New Spiro Lake...

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Alabaster Caverns State Park

580-621-3381
217036 SH 50A
Freedom, OK 73842

Enter one of the largest natural gypsum cave in the world at Alabaster Caverns State Park. This rare cave is open to...

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Roman Nose Riding Stables

580-623-1089
Roman Nose State Park
Watonga, OK 73772

Explore Roman Nose State Park from horseback with the help of Roman Nose Riding Stables in Watonga. Sign up for guided...

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Cross Bar Ranch Off-Road Park

580-247-7244
4550 Dolese Rd
Davis, OK 73030

Cross Bar Ranch Off-Road Park consists of 6,500 prime acres in the Arbuckle Mountains. This area is virtually untouched and...

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Johnstone Park

918-338-4154
100 N Cherokee
Bartlesville, OK 74005

Johnstone Park is the oldest park in Bartlesville, purchased in 1903. In the early 1900s, bathhouses along the Caney River...

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