It’s Impossible To Drive Through This Delightful Oklahoma Town Without Stopping
Voted as one of the Top 100 Best Small Towns in America, Tahlequah is a town located in northeastern Oklahoma that is full of charm, character, and Native American history, too. From shopping and dining to outdoor activities, this delightful town is impossible to drive through without stopping to check it out. You’ll be charmed by the small streets, interesting history, architecture, and so much more! We’re sure you’ll agree: this is one of the most charming small towns in Oklahoma.
Interested in seeing more? Check out this delightful tour video:
What do you think? Have you ever been to Tahlequah, Oklahoma? Visit Tahlequah’s official website for more information!
Which small towns in Oklahoma are your favorites?
Need more ideas for Oklahoman adventures? Check out these 11 Beautiful, Charming Small Towns In Oklahoma for more great places to visit in the state.
Charming Small Towns in Oklahoma
What are the best small towns in Oklahoma?
It’s no secret that Oklahoma has hundreds of small towns, many of which are filled with charm and beauty. There are some, though, that always seem to be mentioned in lists of the best small towns in Oklahoma, and for good reason: each of them has its own unique spin that makes it wonderful. There’s Medicine Park, which has some of the most unique buildings you’ll ever find. Then, there’s Sulphur, which often makes lists thanks to its delightful hot springs. We also love Ada, where some of the signs are in Chickasaw and English.
What are some must-see places to visit in Oklahoma?
Some people accuse Oklahoma of being “boring”, but we’re pretty sure those people just don’t know where to look for a great time. Oklahoma is full of interesting history, beautiful landscapes, and fascinating facts; if you know where to go, you’re bound to have a great time. You can do the more obvious things like visiting the Oklahoma City National Memorial, and afterward you can check out the Historic Route 66 highway that crosses through the state. The Philbrook Museum of Art is world-famous, and you ought to visit and see why. And, if you want an experience that’s purely Oklahoma, you’ll want to go admire the incredible tallgrass prairies and the herds of bison that graze there.
What are some fun things to do in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma’s got a lot of super fun things to do! You could tour the mysterious underground tunnels beneath Oklahoma City (seriously). You could make a whole day out of visiting the art and history museums scattered throughout the state, or you could cruise Route 66. You could also visit any of Oklahoma’s 35 official state parks and/or six National Parks sites. Oklahoma is also wonderful for the outdoorsy types, with hundreds of miles of trails weaving through the state and dozens of breathtaking waterfalls to go find. You can also do some great birdwatching or geocaching. It’s up to you! For more interesting ideas for fun things to do in Oklahoma, check this article out.