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Discover Oklahoma

In Turner Falls Oklahoma, the sounds of tumbling waterfalls lull you to sleep inside snug cabins. With hiking trails, natural swimming areas, sandy beaches, geological formations and bath houses, there is never a shortage of things to do in this entertaining park.

Oklahoma can boast more than just incredible natural beauty. It’s a cultural destination with a plethora of museums around the countryside. From the Old West and modern art to sports and natural science and military memorials, The Sooner State knows how to celebrate the rich culture and natural history of the United States. It’s easy to take advantage of Oklahoma’s commitment to preservation – many museums are free!

For those who prefer to walk in the footsteps of history rather than view it from a distance, the wooded terrain of the Sans Bois Mountains leads to Robbers Cave. This former hideout for outlaws traveling through Oklahoma (including the infamous Jesse James) offers a glimpse into the life of a fugitive. Each fall the area hosts the Robbers Cave Fall Festival where 70,000 people celebrate with one-of-a-kind crafts, unique foods and an exclusive car show.

Oklahoma is also filled with buzzing cities, each with a distinct flavor and culture. Visit Oklahoma City for cuisine, museums, shopping and unforgettable entertainment. Or explore Tulsa for a quirky feel and streets filled with unique architecture and museums.

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