The One Hike In Oklahoma That Makes You Feel Like You’ve Landed In A Jungle

With 11 different eco-regions in the Sooner State, the topography is about as diverse as you can get. Even though we don’t have a technical “jungle” hiding away in the state, we do have a few areas that feel like one. There’s a heavily canopied forest in southern Oklahoma that’s full of lush, green scenery and if you take Skyline Trail – an 11.6-mile loop trail in Beavers Bend State Park – you’ll feel like you’ve landed in one of these jungles.

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Have you ever hiked Skyline Trail? For a list of more great hikes in Oklahoma, check out this list of trails that are all under 3 miles.