Nature November 28, 2016
15 Majestic Spots In Oklahoma That Will Make You Feel Like You’re At The North Pole
As winter descends on Oklahoma, it sure does start to look like the North Pole out there. After an ice storm, or on a snowy day, you might start watching for Santa and his reindeer…
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. An icy field in Broken Arrow - sure does look cold!
2. Santa's elves playing in the snow at the University of Tulsa?
3. A tunnel of trees in Inola after an ice storm begs to be explored.
4. The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge certainly looks like the North Pole in the winter.
5. A snowy day at Turkey Mountain is the perfect time to go sledding.
6. A quiet place for reflection at Woodward Park - the quiet stillness of the chilly air is wonderful.
7. Stop...if you can!
8. A row of snowy trees lines up like sentinels.
9. When the temperature is particularly low at Lake Classen, steam rises into the cold air.
10. Heavy ice on trees makes them look surreal.
11. Rural Hopeton fields looks so vast when covered in a blanket of snow.
12. Lake Overholster is majestic in the winter.
13. Hopefully the animals at the Tulsa Zoo are cozy and warm.
14. A snowman makes Santa happy in the North Pole...why wouldn't it make Oklahomans cheerful, too?
15. We found the Oklahoma version of Santa's reindeer...these stately elk.
For more Oklahoma winter fun, visit one of these
13 Enchanting Christmas Towns.