That gurgling you hear is water, lots and lots of cool, tumbling water crisscrossing Chickasaw Country with a splash-filled promise. A land of flowing water, Chickasaw Country also offers a host of comfort-filled amenities, from relaxing spas to peaceful lakeside cabins and distinctive shopping. And when you’re ready to head inside for a mind adventure, be sure to check out the region’s captivating one-of-a-kind museums.
Known as the headquarters of the Chickasaw Nation and birthplace of country music star Blake Shelton, the city of Ada lies on the northeast edge of southern Oklahoma’s scenic Chickasaw Country. Browse Ada’s thriving Main Street for artist ...See Ada
Good times abound in Ardmore, Oklahoma where you can dock at nearby Lake Murray State Park to enjoy the state's oldest and largest state park including the 5,700-acre beautifully clear lake. Enjoy a round at the park's golf course, a favorite for ...See Ardmore
Davis is located in beautiful, scenic south-central Oklahoma. Full of natural beauty, Davis is home to Turner Falls Park, one of the state’s tallest waterfalls that drops 77 feet into a refreshing swimming hole. Full of wildflowers and ...See Davis
This small town could take days to explore. Some journey to Pauls Valley, Oklahoma via the Heartland Flyer passenger train, which stops every morning on its trek from Oklahoma City to Fort Worth, Texas. Near the station, view local history and a ...See Pauls Valley
Tucked in the rolling prairie of cross-timber country, Sulphur, Oklahoma is known as the gateway to the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. One of three areas administered by the National Park Service, it was known to Native Americans as "the land ...See Sulphur
Get lost in the history and beauty of Tishomingo, Oklahoma, the Chickasaw Nation's historic capital and heart of Blue River. Explore the Chickasaw influence by visiting the Chickasaw Council House Museum and the Chickasaw National Capitol Building. ...See Tishomingo