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The Mountain Fork River that runs through Beavers Bend State Park near Broken Bow is perfect for fishing, canoeing and viewing fall foliage.
The cascades, waterfalls and lake inside Natural Falls State Park all make great hiking destinations.
A strutting wild turkey spotted at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton.
The football stadium at the University of Oklahoma is a sea of crimson and cream as the fans cheer on the Sooners.
RV camping is a great way to explore Oklahoma's diverse outdoor areas including our state parks.
A stately 8-point whitetail buck roams the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton.  In addition to deer, the refuge is home to free-ranging elk, bison and longhorn cattle herds along with a wide variety of other bird and wildlife species.
At the annual Beavers Bend Folk Festival & Craft Show, demonstrations of crafts and exhibits showing the culture and technology from the turn of the century fill Beavers Bend State Park.
The Marland Mansion in Ponca City, once the home of oil baron E.W. Marland, is known as the "Palace on the Prairie."  Guests are invited to take a guided tour and learn the secrets of Marland family life in the palatial home.
Fall is a wonderful time for canoeing at Beavers Bend State Park in Broken Bow.
The Tulsa Ballet is acclaimed as one of the top ballet companies in the nation.
The McSwain Theatre in Ada has been a buzzing entertainment venue for more than 90 years and remains a live entertainment hot spot.
Bald eagles take up residence in Oklahoma during the winter months and can be viewed November through February near most large bodies of water.  Eagle watch events occur across the state to help visitors spot them.
The Collins family offers two cozy cabins at the Hoot Owl Ranch in Kenton, and they serve up a delicious breakfast each morning.
The rugged beauty of the area surrounding Quartz Mountain Resort in southwest Oklahoma makes it a perfect area for hiking and enjoying incredible sunrises and sunsets.
McGill's on 19 offers a romantic, fine dining experience with extraordinary views.  The restaurant is located on the 19th floor of the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino tower in Tulsa.  Dine in the elegant dining room or choose the outdoor balcony seating.
Oklahoma has been home to American Indian peoples for 30,000 years.  You can explore the many native cultures that now call Oklahoma home at museums, attractions and American Indian events across the state.
Tucker Tower reflects on the still surface of Lake Murray during a colorful winter sunset.  Originally built as a summer retreat for the governor of Oklahoma, Tucker Tower is now part of Lake Murray State Park near Ardmore.
The captivating SkyDance Bridge towers over I-40 near downtown Oklahoma City and is a sight to behold by day or night.  At night it is lit in vibrant hues that fade from one to the next.
Motorcyclists get amazing views of fall foliage along the Talimena National Scenic Byway. Located in southeast Oklahoma, this byway features scenic turnouts where travelers can pause to take in the panoramic views of the Ouachita Mountains.
Dramatic rock formations can be found in the area surrounding Black Mesa State Park in northwest Oklahoma.
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