Hiding in northwest Oklahoma is the state’s largest outdoor swimming pool that is spring-fed from a lake. Gage Artesian Beach is the perfect place to go during the hot, humid summer months for an enjoyable afternoon swim in the freshest water around. Visitors can enjoy the mineral water while jumping off the diving board, sliding down the slide, or floating in the pool. Here’s the incredible spring-fed pool in Oklahoma you absolutely need to add to your bucket list ASAP.

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What are some natural gems in Oklahoma I can add to my bucket list?  

Oklahoma is a beautiful state with lots of amazing natural gems you should add to your bucket list ASAP. The list of places you certainly should see during your lifetime is long, but some of our favorite items on that list include incredible places like Turner Falls, near Davis, and the unusual but intriguing Gloss (aka Glass) Mountains near Fairview. An Oklahoma bucket list wouldn’t be complete without a bullet point for Black Mesa, which is the highest elevation point in the state at 4,973 feet above sea level. It’s no Colorado “14er”, but hey – it's ours! For more of our favorite natural gems in Oklahoma, be sure to check out this article.  

What are the most beautiful waterfalls in Oklahoma?  

The first thing that comes to mind is Turner Falls, which we mentioned just a moment ago. It’s the tallest cascade in the state, coming in at an impressive 77 feet in height. But Turner Falls is not alone; there are plentiful waterfalls throughout the state, you’ve just got to know where to find them. In Sulphur, you’ll find Little Niagara Falls, which is almost as interesting as its namesake (though a little smaller). We also love Beavers Bend waterfall, in southeast Oklahoma. That one is particularly large after a good rainy season when water is plentiful, and the falls become epic.  

Where can I go swimming in Oklahoma? 

Another super fun part of being an Okie is learning about all the cool places you can run off to take a swim. No matter what part of the state you’re in, you’re sure to find some awesome natural pools to cool off in. For example, in Sulphur, you can splash around in Travertine Creek at the Chickasaw National Recreation area. It maintains a refreshing 65-degree temperature for most of the year, and it’s always a very replenishing time. In Medicine Park, you’ll find a place called Bath Lake, which is a lot cleaner than it sounds. In northeastern Oklahoma you’ll find Spring Creek, which has some of the clearest water you’ll find in the Sooner State. There are lots more, but those are just some of our favorites to get you started.