Featuring more shoreline than the Atlantic and Gulf coasts combined, Oklahoma wears its Lake Country badge with pride. Glistening lakes in every corner of the state have beckoned swimmers, anglers, outdoors enthusiasts and casual vacationers for generations. Whether you want to take a swim surrounded by rolling hills, reel in the big one among ancient mountains or pilot your watercraft around lush forested shoreline, there’s a lake for every taste in the Sooner State. Here’s our rundown of standout lakes from each region of the state.Learn More
The oldest continually family-owned restaurant on Route 66, Clanton's has been around since 1927, and hungry travelers have been finding their way there ever since. Start your meal with the calf fries, served with horseradish sauce, then move to the main attraction - the famous chicken fried steak, immortalized in Gourmet magazine. The chicken and dressing is another favorite, along with the homestyle pot roast, the 16-ounce T-bone and the made-from-scratch pies.