Oklahoma June 21, 2015
These 9 Hidden Waterfalls In Oklahoma Will Blow You Away
Although Oklahoma is not known for its waterfalls, we do have a few hidden gems around our state. Of course we have our famous Turner Falls, but we found a few others where the running water will calm your day.
1. Beavers Bend Waterfall-Broken Bow, OK: A beautiful area in southeastern Oklahoma. Enjoy the sound of nature at Mountain Fork River.
2. Buffalo Springs-Sulphur, OK: Located in Chickasaw National Recreation Area, this spring offers a hiking trail right along the side of it.
3. Will Rogers Park-OKC: A 30 acre historic park featuring a 7 acre rose garden. This 8 ft. high waterfall is located at the north end of East Lake.
4. Medicine Park Creek, Medicine Park, OK: Found in the Wichita Mountains, this area is a great place to get away and enjoy the sound of rushing water.
5. Natural Falls- Colcord, OK: One of the most famous waterfalls in Oklahoma, this 77 ft. beauty is a must see. You can't swim in the waterfall's crystal clear water but there are places to swim nearby.
6. Sand Creek Falls-Osage Hills State Park- Pawhuska, OK: The cascading water is only a few feet high but it still provides a stunning backdrop to the lush hills that surround it.
7. Turner Falls-Davis, OK: Oklahoma's tallest and most stunning waterfall.
8. Little Niagara at Travertine Falls-Sulphur, OK: The most popular falls in Chickasaw National Recreation can be found in Travertine. Enjoy swimming in the the ice-cold water.
9. Bricktown-OKC: This man-made waterfall is a beautiful spot in the heart of Bricktown.
What waterfall do you enjoy the most in the state? Please share in the comments below.