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The panoramic view from Mount Scott in the Wichita Mountains.
With teepees and covered wagons, The Museum of the Great Plains in Lawton is a great place to dig deeper into the history of the plains.
A replica of the Wright Brothers Flyer is on display at the Thomas Stafford Air and Space Museum in Weatherford.
Evening view looking west from atop Mount Scott.  Access to Mount Scott is free and well worth the visit, as the summit provides incredible vistas that stretch into the distance.
Sunrise spills golden hues over the rugged landscape of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
Fog envelops the Wichita Mountains on a cold winter morning.
A mist-covered frozen tree leads the eye to another beautiful Oklahoma sunset from atop Mount Scott.
A rugged Western landscape welcomes visitors to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
Cool breezes stir flora near the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge prairie dog village on Highway 49.
Spring rains bring a dazzling display of yellow wildflowers to the Wichita Mountain area near Lawton.
Afternoon sun silhouettes a doe near the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge prairie dog village on Highway 49.
Sunlight breaks through on an overcast afternoon to highlight this flower-filled field in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
The view from atop Mount Scott in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton.
The Horn Canna Farm in Carnegie puts on a dazzling display of colors each year.  Visitors are welcome on the farm and can purchase canna bulbs directly from the owners.
Gorgeous flowers seem to go on for miles at the Horn Canna Farm in Carnegie.
An old twisted tree adds an artistic touch to this spectacular vantage point on an overcast afternoon in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in Lawton.
The Forty Foot Hole cascade in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in southwest Oklahoma is a hiking hotspot.
The rocky top of Mount Scott is a fabulous vantage point for viewing the rugged terrain of the Wichita Mountains.
Water cascades down a waterfall in the small resort village of Medicine Park near Lawton.
View of the summit of Mount Scott from the winding road that leads up and down this rugged mountain located in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
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