If you have ever wondered, “Are there natural wonders in Oklahoma,” you’ll be happy to know the answer is YES! As a state with four distinct seasons, the Sooner State’s landscape looks very different as the year progresses, which means the natural wonders in Oklahoma are sure to impress throughout the year. Every season displays beautiful landscapes. (We are partial to fall, but that’s just us.) Nature lovers will enjoy this natural wonders road trip in Oklahoma that will lead you to some of the state’s most magical places. We’ve already featured the eastern portion of the state in this fall foliage road trip in Oklahoma, so now it is time to see the beauty that awaits in western and central Oklahoma. It is best to plan a few days for this Oklahoma road trip, so you can enjoy the stunning natural beauty of Oklahoma at each stop. There’s even a little hidden resort along the way, where you can stay the night, or choose from one of Oklahoma’s charming bed and breakfasts.
You can begin your journey at any destination on the Oklahoma road trip map below…just find the closest starting point to you. So, what do you think? Are you ready to embark on one of the best Oklahoma road trips? Well, then let the fun begin.
So, what do you think? Does this route lead to the best natural wonders in Oklahoma? Did we miss your favorite Oklahoma natural wonder? Know of any other beautiful places in Oklahoma? Does this look like one of the best Oklahoma road trips? Whatever you have to say, we want to hear it, so share your thoughts with us.
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Natural Wonders In Oklahoma
Daniella DiRienzo|February 03, 2023
What are some natural wonders in Oklahoma?
There are quite a few natural wonders in Oklahoma, including:
Turner Falls - Turner Falls is nestled in the beautiful Arbuckle Mountains and is considered Oklahoma's tallest waterfall at 77 feet.
Talimena Scenic Drive - Talimena Scenic Drive is a 54-mile route that winds through the Talimena State Park, Ouachita National Forest, and the Cedar Lake Recreation Area.
What Oklahoma road trips belong on my bucket list?
Here are some of the best road trips in Oklahoma:
Oklahoma Waterfall Road Trip - Not only are you going to meander through the hills and parks of Oklahoma to see not one, not two, not three, but FIVE waterfalls - you’re also going to encounter some of the most spectacular scenery within the state.
Haunted Oklahoma Road Trip - The Sooner State is full of haunted places that would terrify even the bravest of thrill seekers, and this route leads straight to some of the spookiest.