This Little Natural Oasis Is Hiding In Oklahoma…And You’re Going To Love It

Overlooking the beautiful waterways of the Illinois River lies a little oasis in the Ozark woodlands in Tahlequah – Elephant Rock Nature Park. This 210-acre park is the perfect place to go to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The park is full of hiking trails and even has a private entrance to the Illinois River. You can stay overnight at a campsite or rent your very own yurt. Take a look at the beauty that surrounds this little natural oasis in Oklahoma:

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To see more of Elephant Rock Nature Park, watch the video below:

Have you ever visited Elephant Rock Nature Park in Tahlequah? If so, did you go glamping in a yurt?