Oklahoma is a state in the South Central United States, known for its landscapes of hills, forests and prairies. It's also home to several Native American tribes and a diverse set of cultures. Oklahoma offers visitors plenty to do, from outdoor activities like hiking in the Ouachita Mountains or exploring scenic lakes such as Lake Tenkiller, to more urban attractions like the Oklahoma City Zoo or exploring museums in Tulsa. For history buffs there are plenty of interesting sites to visit like Fort Washita near Durant which was once an important military post on the frontier or Davis-Monthan Airforce base which houses planes from conflicts all over the world. An interesting historical fact about Oklahoma is that it was once known as "Indian Territory" as most of it was reserved for Native Americans prior to statehood. No trip is complete without visiting some of its iconic landmarks such as Frontier City Theme Park in Oklahoma City or The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City where you can learn all about America's wild west heritage.
Cities in Oklahoma
Elgin, Grove, Titanic, Blackwell, Eufaula, Boise City, Alva, Anadarko, Burns Flat, Briggs, Broken Bow, Jenks, Hennessey, Enid, Bowlegs, Cherokee, Copeland, Oklahoma City, Arnett, Byng, Beaver, Shamrock, Jay, Boley, Hinton, Kiefer, Antlers, Guymon, Bethel Acres, Bristow, Idabel, Claremore, Barnsdall, Granite, Guthrie, Colbert, Lawton, Coalgate, Cache, Caddo, Cushing, Bray, Fairview, Atoka, Stoney Point, Afton, Apache, Arapaho, Broken Arrow, Konawa, Altus, Bartlesville, Geary, Durant, Beggs, Hartshorne, Arkoma, Drumright, Justice, Bethany ...