Oklahoma, mile for mile, offers the country’s most diverse terrain. With so much to see, we found 6 great places you can visit in all areas of the state. From Red Carpet Country in the northwest to Choctaw Country in the southeast, you can take a road trip and enjoy the beautiful scenery found in Oklahoma.
1. Little Sahara Park: Red Carpet Country (Northwest)
Pack up the car and spend the weekend on an ATV in Little Sahara State Park. It features over 1600 acres of sand dunes, 86 RV pads and 143 tent sites. You can rent an ATV or bring your own. ATV's can be rented for a 1/2 day or full day rental.
2. Sulphur: Chickasaw Country (Southcentral)
Choose from a variety of activities in Chickasaw Country. You can enjoy the famous Turner Falls, stay at the beautiful Artesian Hotel Spa & Casino, visit the Chickasaw Cultural Center or relax in nature.
3. Grand Lake: Green Country (Northeast)
The beauty that surrounds Grand Lake is stunning. Rent a boat and wave runners for the day or reserve a cozy cabin and spend the weekend enjoying the sunsets.
4. Oklahoma City: Frontier Country (Central)
You could spend a whole week in Oklahoma
City and still not visit all the attractions. Some of my favorite things to do in the city are: The Oklahoma City Zoo, Bricktown and Frontier City.
5. Quartz Mountain Resort & Wichita Mountain Range: Great Plains Country (Southwest)
Southwest Oklahoma is home to Wichita Mountain Range and the premier Quartz Mountain Resort. The resort sits on Lake Altus and has an 18-hole golf course with views of the lake. Spend the weekend outdoors exploring Wichita Mountains or fishing on Lake Altus.
6. Talimena Scenic Drive: Choctaw Country (Southeast)
Take a scenic drive along this National Scenic Byway and enjoy the breathtaking views. The fall foliage along this route is picturesque and makes this drive worth the trip. You can extend your stay and stay at one of several Bed and Breakfasts in the area.
Get ready for Labor Day weekend and plan your exciting road trip in Oklahoma.