The Sapphire Creek In Oklahoma That’s Devastatingly Gorgeous
It isn’t the easiest task to find clear, blue water in Oklahoma, but there’s one hidden gem beaming with beautiful sapphire colored water in southern Oklahoma. Travertine Creek in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur is a gorgeous creek that runs through stunning scenery in this national park. The creek is not only beautiful but is a perfect spot to cool off in summer, as it maintains an average of 65 degrees year round.
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Wow…Travertine Creek is gorgeous! Summer is right around the corner and you’ll be looking for places to cool down in the hot weather. Check out these other popular swimming holes in the Sooner State.