Dripping Springs Trail Is A Beginner-Friendly Waterfall Trail In Oklahoma That's Great For A Family Hike
Oklahoma might not have the peaks of the Rocky Mountains or the craggy coasts of New England, but those who spend their time here know that we have our own special features that make us…us. From forests to lakes, there’s plenty to do if you love the outdoors. And one of our favorite things is this fun (and simple!) hike to one of the most impressive waterfalls you’ll see. Welcome to Dripping Springs in Oklahoma.
Take a closer look at Dripping Springs:
Have you ever been to Dripping Springs in Oklahoma before? Let us know how it was in the comments. If you like the Dripping Springs waterfall, check out some of the other trails at Natural Falls State Park and check with AllTrails for any closures and updates.
Does the Dripping Springs Trail in Oklahoma have you looking for more ways to explore? Check out these 9 amazing Oklahoma hikes under 3 miles that you’ll absolutely love!
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Amazing Attractions in Oklahoma
What are the best natural attractions in Oklahoma?
Here are some of the best natural attractions in Oklahoma:
- Chickasaw National Recreation Area contains several hot springs, some freshwater, and some sulfur water, surrounded by lush trees for a relaxing getaway.
- Bathtub Rocks has a naturally-formed rock waterslide that locals love to ride on during the summer months.
- Great Salt Plains State Park is 840 acres of salt that contains hourglass-shaped selenite crystals that visitors love to dig for.
Find out more about these and other places that are the best natural attractions in Oklahoma.
What are the best man-made attractions in Oklahoma?
The best man-made attractions in Oklahoma include:
- The Museum of the Great Plains in Lawton provides interactive natural history exhibits that educate visitors about Native American and pioneer life.
- Myriad Botanical Gardens is in the heart of Oklahoma City and its 15 acres of walking paths and lush plant life provide a respite from the noise of the city.
- Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve, near Bartlesville, has 3,700 acres of land where bison, longhorn cattle, elk, and other animals roam across the landscape.
Take a look at some more of the best man-made attractions in Oklahoma.
What are the best Route 66 attractions in Oklahoma?
The best Route 66 attractions in Oklahoma are:
- Route 66 Museum, located in Clinton, contains a ton of Americana and Oklahoma history with information about the Big Band era, 1950s diners, and various other exhibits.
- The Round Barn is an iconic Oklahoma roadside attraction that stands 43 feet high and is 60 feet in diameter. Built in 1898 by William H. Odor, it has been a peculiar attraction ever since.
- Totem Pole Park has several concrete totem poles, including the world’s largest at 90 feet tall. It was built by Ed Galloway in 1948.
Find out about these and nine more of the best Route 66 attractions in Oklahoma.