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A peaceful waterfall flows at McGee Creek Natural Scenic Recreation Area near McGee Creek State Park in Atoka.
Rocky outcroppings along the hiking trails at Robbers Cave State Park offer magnificent vistas over the Sans Bois Mountains that surround the area.
Hiking trails at Robbers Cave State Park meander through interesting rock formations and heavily-wooded hills in southeastern Oklahoma that offer interesting and challenging terrain.
Colorful foliage contrasts with interesting rock formations throughout Robbers Cave State Park. Infamous outlaw, Belle Starr, once hid out in a cave among the rocky hills in the park, and now hikers enjoy the scenery while navigating the extensive trail system in the park.
Stunning vistas along the hiking trails at Robbers Cave State Park near Wilburton attract hikers and campers year round.
Robbers Cave State Park's hiking trails offer breathtaking vistas over the Sans Bois Mountains near Wilburton in eastern Oklahoma.
The beauty of the Sans Bois Mountains is captured from an overlook at Robbers Cave State Park in Wilburton.  The park offers a lodge, historic cabins, camping, hiking, Lake Carlton with swim beach and canoe rentals, rock climbing, horseback riding, and a nature center.
This idyllic stream scene is located along one of the trails at Beavers Bend State Park in southeastern Oklahoma.
The David L. Boren Hiking Trail located at Beavers Bend State Park near Broken Bow is 12 miles long and is comprised of the Skyline, Lookout Mountain, Deer Crossing and South Park trails.
This idyllic scene was captured at Beavers Bend State Park in southeastern Oklahoma.  Beavers Bend offers a peaceful retreat where visitors can hike and camp along scenic rivers such as this and enjoy water sports on Broken Bow Lake.
Peaceful streams and lovely wooded spots like this await hikers at Turner Falls Park in Davis.  The park features a 77-foot waterfall, caves, natural swimming areas, hiking trails, cabins and campgrounds.
Hiking is a popular pastime at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.  The park offers eight major trails of varying lengths and degrees of difficulty.  Hikers can also discover mineral springs and clear creeks, ascend hills or view a bison herd.
A foot bridge carries hikers over a small stream at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.  Eight major trails of varying length and difficulty are found in the area, along with many smaller trails to transport hikers through forests and prairies.
Adventurous hikers can explore a cave in the side of the cliff just above the cascade at Turner Falls.
A hiker watches the sun set over Lake Altus-Lugert from a vantage point atop one of the ancient peaks of the Wichita Mountains at Quartz Mountain Nature Park near Lone Wolf.
The semi-arid environment of Quartz Mountain Nature Park supports many species of cactus.  This bright green cactus found along one of the park's hiking trails is a beautiful contrast against the red granite of the Wichita Mountains.
The moon rises over the Wichita Mountains at Quartz Mountain Nature Park.  Take an evening hike in the hills and then return to Quartz Mountain Resort Lodge for luxurious accommodations in the midst of beautiful outdoor surroundings.
The Wichita Mountains of Quartz Mountain Nature Park offer several trails of varying length for beginner to intermediate hikers.  Rock hopping and rock climbing opportunities also abound in this area.
The lodge at Quartz Mountain Resort in Lone Wolf features a rustic "parkitecture" style combined with well-appointed rooms and a gorgeous setting. Wake up and hike into the hills right outside your door.
Hikers who hit the trail early will be rewarded with amazing scenes along the spring-fed creeks of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.
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