This Hidden Spot In Oklahoma Is Unbelievably Beautiful And You’ll Want To Find It

Editor’s Note: The Bathtub Rocks are located on private property within the preserve, making it closed to the general public. In order to protect this natural feature, we ask that you do not trespass onto the area to view it.

Nestled in the Ozarks is the J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve – 17,000 acres of exceptional beauty in the rolling Cookson Hills of northeastern Oklahoma. There are views of the Illinois River, spring-fed creeks, waterfalls, forests, woodlands and much more. Take a look at this hidden spot in Oklahoma that is unbelievably beautiful.

Have you ever explored this hidden gem or visited Bathtub Rocks in the summer? If so, what is your favorite part about the preserve?

If you enjoy hiking, check out this hike to the highest point in the Sooner State. It has the best view in the state!