The Hidden Falls At Bluestem Lake In Oklahoma Are Beautiful To Visit Year-Round

Thousands of people flock to Pawhuska daily to visit The Pioneer Woman Mercantile, but not many people know just down the road is a hidden waterfall that’s truly a beautiful place to visit year-round. The area is known as Bluestem Falls — created by the spillway from Bluestem Lake — and it’s a picture-perfect spot every nature enthusiast should visit. The next time you’re in town to enjoy The Merc, head on over to the falls and enjoy this little slice of heaven right here in the Sooner State.

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Did you know this place existed? For more information on Bluestem Lake, be sure to visit www.travelok.com for more details.

Although Oklahoma is not known for its waterfalls, we do have a few hidden gems around our state. Of course, we have the famous Turner Falls, but we found a few others hiding around the state that you’ll want to visit. Click here to check them out.

Address: Co Rd 4275, Pawhuska, OK 74056, USA