Enjoy Waterfalls And Hiking At This Breathtaking Nature Spot In Oklahoma
Not many people know about McGee Creek State Park in Oklahoma but it’s definitely one you’ll want to visit. This little gem offers over 25 miles of nature trails that pass by waterfalls, streams, and through a dense forest. There are short and long hike options for every skill level and because it’s in the middle of the forest, there’s plenty of shade to enjoy hiking in the summer. Keep scrolling to read more about this breathtaking nature spot in southern Oklahoma.
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Address: 2011 North Centerpoint Road, Atoka, OK, 74525
Are you looking for short hiking trails in the Sooner State? If so, lace up those hiking boots and discover the vast beauty in the state by taking an easy hike along one of many trails in the state. From natural waterfalls to beautiful prairies, we found nine amazing hikes that are all under three miles…and you’ll absolutely love them all.