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  • Sulphur, Oklahoma

    Hike to Little Niagara Falls

    3.5
    2 mi / 100 ft gain
    The Chickasaw National Recreation Area is located in Sulphur, Oklahoma which is located about 10 miles to the east of I-40. It is pretty easy to get to once you exit off of I-40 just head east there a plenty of signs that will lead you to the park entrance .You will find plenty of places to phot...
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  • Davis, Oklahoma

    Swim at Turner Falls

    2.9
    Turner Falls is situated in the Arbuckle Mountains of Oklahoma and at 77-feet tall is the largest waterfall in the state. During the warmer months it offers a perfect escape to swim, relax, and cool off. It's a short walk along the banks of Honey Creek to the falls, and you can find a picnic area...
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  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Kayak at Lake Hefner

    Park at the OKCBF Sailing Center marked on the map. This is located on the southern shore of Lake Hefner. There are other boat ramps, but this one has a sandy beach that is nice to launch from. There is good fishing on all parts of the Lake. Full moon paddles are offered monthly during the summer...
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  • Bethany, United States

    Kayak the Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge

    5.0
    The Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge is a nature and wildlife preserve on the west side of OKC that surrounds a section of the North Canadian River. The main put-in and take-out for kayaks is located on 39th and Lake Overholser Drive at the Route 66 bridge parking area in Bethany, OK. There is plenty o...
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  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Run along the Shore of Lake Hefner

    4.5
    9.5 mi / 25 ft gain
    Lake Hefner lies in the northwestern corner of the city limits of Oklahoma City, in a suburban neighborhood. To reach the parking lot and trails, access Lakeshore Dr. from Wilshire Blvd. There will be a dirt road that heads down to the lake, providing a secluded spot to watch the sun rise over th...
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  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Run through Bluff Creek Park in Oklahoma City

    4.0
    1.7 mi / 15 ft gain
    Bluff Creek Park is just off Hefner Rd., to the north of Lake Hefner in northwest Oklahoma City. This park is free to access and park at, and contains a main path for jogging and walking only, as well as a network of trails for mountain biking.To access the main trails, simply take the main path ...
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  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

    Bike the Bluff Creek Trails

    5.0
    3.78 mi / 79 ft gain
    Bluff Creek Park is a beautiful forested park hidden within the suburbs of Oklahoma City near Lake Hefner. The park contains 2 miles of wheel-chaiasphalt walking path that sweeps along the outside scenic edge of the park through trees and by ponds. Inside the park is over 3.1 miles of single-tr...
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  • Edmond, Oklahoma

    Run from Fink Park to Hafer Park Loop

    4.0
    3.5 mi / 50 ft gain
    Begin the loop at Fink Park, which is immediately off Highway 77 adjacent to the University of Central Oklahoma. There is room for only a dozen or so cars to park here, but the area is not usually that busy. It is free to park. You will see picnic tables and just behind these a hidden red dirt ca...
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Camping and Lodging in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City East KOA Holiday
Choctaw, Oklahoma

Oklahoma City East KOA Holiday

Central Group Camp (Ok) Chickasaw Nra
Sulphur, Oklahoma

Central Group Camp (Ok) Chickasaw Nra

Cold Springs Group Camp (Ok) Chickasaw Nra
Sulphur, Oklahoma

Cold Springs Group Camp (Ok) Chickasaw Nra

Rock Creek Group Camp (Ok) Chickasaw Nra
Sulphur, Oklahoma

Rock Creek Group Camp (Ok) Chickasaw Nra

The Point Campground (Ok) Chickasaw Nra
Sulphur, Oklahoma

The Point Campground (Ok) Chickasaw Nra

Veterans Lake Pavilion
Sulphur, Oklahoma

Veterans Lake Pavilion

Guides, Insights and Stories from Oklahoma

The 8 Best Adventures In Oklahoma

The 8 Best Adventures In Oklahoma

Korey Taylor

6 of Oklahoma's Most Scenic Hikes

6 of Oklahoma's Most Scenic Hikes

Jamie Fleck

Exploring Chickasaw National Recreation Area

Exploring Chickasaw National Recreation Area

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Eagle Creek Gear Warrior Wheeled Duffel Bag Review

Eagle Creek Gear Warrior Wheeled Duffel Bag Review

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