Most People Don't Know This Unique Island In Oklahoma Even Exists
This little-known, unique island in Oklahoma is actually inhabited by goats that are oftentimes seen grazing at the shoreline. It might be perplexing to see Oklahoma and island in the same sentence, but with all the lakes in the state, there are a few hiding out there that remain under the radar. One such island is known as “Goat Island” in Pettit Bay on Lake Tenkiller. Check it out!
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What is the smallest restaurant in Oklahoma?
Claud’s Hamburger is one of the Sooner state's smallest restaurants. This family-owned and operated gem has been serving up bold and juicy burgers since 1954. Order a quarter-pounder bacon cheeseburger or a classic double cheeseburger, all burgers are grilled to perfection. The proof is in this quaint restaurant’s almost 70-year reign.
What are the most well-known parks in Oklahoma?
The state of Oklahoma is home to 34 state parks all with an abundance of activities and sites to see. Alabaster Caverns Park is a 200-acre park and a cave that is almost a mile long. Little Sahara State Park has rideable dunes year round, bring your road vehicle or rent one at the park. If sand isn’t your thing, take a walk down the observation deck and soak up the scenery and majestic landscape. Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park accommodates hikers, campers, and nature lovers. With an array of adventure opportunities to choose from this park is a definite must-visit. The park features rappelling, hiking, picnic areas, and a large swimming pool, all within the confines of mother nature’s beauty.
Where is the creepiest town in Oklahoma?
Texola, Oklahoma is notably one of the creepiest ghost towns, with so many abandoned historic buildings the population of this town, once 581 in 1930 plummeted to 36 in 2000. Located in the west end of town is the 1910 Territorial Jail which jailed notorious outlaws like Billy the Kid, Jesse James, Black Bart, and Belle Star.