13 Reasons Why Oklahoma’s Panhandle Is One Of The Most Beautiful Places In The State
Named after its resemblance to the handle on a cooking pan, Oklahoma’s Panhandle occupies the extreme northwestern portion of Oklahoma. The area is a 166-mile-long and 34-mile-wide strip of land stretching west towards New Mexico. It is not known as being one of Oklahoma’s more beautiful places, but we’re here to show you otherwise. This stretch of land in the Sooner State is actually a rugged, breathtaking area filled with serenity and majestic beauty. Take a look at these 13 pictures that capture the beauty of the land known as “No Man’s Land.”
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Have you ever visited the Panhandle? If so, what is your favorite part about it? Find more beautiful places in the Sooner State here.