There’s A Natural Waterslide Tucked Away At Bathtub Rocks In Oklahoma That Everyone Should Visit This Summer
Did you know Oklahoma has a natural waterslide from spring-fed water flowing over smooth rocks shaped perfectly by Mother Nature? It’s true! Bathtub Rocks is a natural wonder located in J.T. Nickel Family Nature & Wildlife Preserve in Tahlequah that’s open to the public. (Please note: At the time of writing this article, the waterslide is temporarily closed due to social distancing guidelines, so please call ahead before visiting to ensure it has reopened.)
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For more information on the J.T. Nickel Family, check out our previous article where we feature the whole place, including a great hiking trail.