Turner Falls In Oklahoma Will Soon Be Surrounded By Beautiful Fall Colors
As the weather begins to get cooler, one thing we can always count on in Oklahoma is Turner Falls becoming even more beautiful. Soon we will be surrounded by the striking Fall colors that we all love so much. While summer visitors love the cool refreshing water at Turner Falls, Autumn offers its very own long list of outdoor activities that are sure to excite the senses and keep you coming back for years to come. You’ll never regret an autumn adventure at Turner Falls in Oklahoma.
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Turner Falls in Oklahoma
- How big is Turner Falls in Oklahoma?
Turner Falls is one of the most beautiful natural wonders in Oklahoma; at 77 feet tall, it’s tied with one other waterfall (located within Natural Falls State Park) as the tallest fall in the Sooner State. Some other interesting facts about Turner Falls include:
- Turner Falls Park is the oldest park in Oklahoma.
- The Arbuckle Mountains, where Turner Falls is located, are among some of the oldest known mountains in the Americas.
- There are three amazing hiking trails at Turner Park in Oklahoma, all of which lead to amazing views of the falls.
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- What is it like in Oklahoma in the fall?
Fall in Oklahoma is such a beautiful time. There are several must-know facts about Oklahoma in the fall, such as:
- Daily highs decrease from around 90 degrees to around 56 degrees.
- Daily lows decrease from around 70 degrees to about 37 degrees, or just above freezing.
- Temperatures start fairly mild and then rapidly cool in about November.
- Oklahoma is amazing in the fall thanks to small-town festivals and amazing changing leaves – you'll never want to “leave” yourself!
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- Where can I see beautiful fall foliage in Oklahoma?
With so much lush greenery going on during the warmer months, it’s no surprise that Oklahoma is home to some truly amazing fall foliage. Some of the best places for viewing fall foliage in Oklahoma are:
- Ouachita National Forest – This forest is beautiful 100% of the time, but most especially during the 25% of that time it spends ablaze with color during the fall.
- Talimena National Scenic Byway – Is this the best scenic drive in Oklahoma for autumn? We think so!
- Osage Hills State Park – This, as well as most of the other state parks in Oklahoma, makes for an absolutely jaw-dropping fall destination for leaf peeping.
Learn more about the best places to see fall foliage in Oklahoma.