menu search

This Jaw Dropping Place In Oklahoma Will Blow You Away

As one of only four states, with more than 10 ecoregions, the Sooner State has many diverse topographies. The Southwestern Tablelands ecoregion in Oklahoma encompasses Black Mesa country in extreme western Oklahoma. It is full of dramatic rock formations, an abundance of wildlife, ancient mesas, rugged beauty, mountains and shortgrass prairies. It also boasts the highest point in the state – 4,973 ft. above sea level.

Black Mesa continues to be a magnificent Oklahoma destination with its long history, Wild West, wildlife, and an untouched natural environment. Have you ever been here? Do you plan on going now?

Ashley
Ashley has lived in Oklahoma for 25 years and is the Oklahoma staff writer for onlyinyourstate.com