Hidden Gems in Oklahoma

If you haven’t visited Oklahoma, you might think that this is just like any other city in the United States. Therefore, all you expect to find is a city that is always bustling with activity – a city that never sleeps.

Here is the truth – even though Oklahoma is a city that contributes greatly to the country’s economic growth thanks to its booming business environment, it’s not a place where you will find work without play. There is a lot you can see and do in this destination, and this is why tourism is one of its major sources of foreign exchange.

Whether you want to bathe an elephant, explore the ruins of a Civil War, or play with a tiger cub, Oklahoma has it all. What makes it even more interesting is that when you visit, you don’t need to do what everyone does. There are a host of hidden spots that you can uncover including;

Chickasaw National Recreation Area

In case you need a place where you will rest in a serene natural environment while taking breath-taking views of tree-lined streets, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area is the park you should not overlook. It is easily accessible from the city center, and it’s one of the best places to escape from the humdrum of everyday life.

While here, you can stop at the nature center and interact with exciting displays such as snakes, turtles, and fish. Also, this is the place where you will be given a hiking map that will guide you through the vast park.

Great Salt Plains Park

Do you want to create a collection of selenite crystals? Well, you can find them in abundance at the Great Salt Plains Park. This is the only place in America where you will find hour-glass shaped crystals to add glamor to your collection.

For you to deal the ideal amount of crystals you need, don’t forget to carry plenty of water, small shovels, and sunscreen.

If you are not a rock hound, there are a host of other activities you can delight in including boating, fishing, and most importantly, taking memorable photos!

Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve

Among the less explored destinations in Oklahoma is the Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve. This amazing sanctuary has a bit of everything that you have always wanted to see. Here, you will find a wide array of Native American sculptures, paintings, and artifacts.

In this museum, you will find over 50,000 pieces of art, some of which date back to over a century ago. Also, you will find a myriad of animals in the 3,700-acre preservation including bison, water buffaloes, elk, and many more!

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