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You don't have to go far in our great state to get a taste of the outdoors. We found several programs aimed at getting kids excited to put down their electronics and enjoy the great outdoors.
Osage County's Tallgrass Prairie Preserve has long been a popular tourist destination
Route 66, the mother road, is a big part of Oklahoma. The stretch of road that crosses through the heart of Oklahoma, attracts tourists from all over the world, and that's exactly what state leaders, who are focused on touris
Spying Bigfoot in southeast Oklahoma is easy. He's hanging out at nearly every roadside gift shop in Hochatown.
Governor Kevin Stitt says Oklahoma is better than OK and we need to let people know. He made tourism a top priority when he took office earlier this year and now state leaders are focused on Oklahoma 2.0
From hunting deer and turkey, to fishing for catfish and bass, Oklahoma wildlife is thriving.
Tulsa's Gathering Place hasn't even been open for a year, and it snagged the number one new attraction in America according to USA Today.
Orr Family Farms has found a way to take those great pioneer wagons and turn them into a glamping experience you won't forget.
Alabaster Caverns is the largest natural gypsum cave in the world open to the public. Eighty feet underground, you'll see unique formations in the cave, which is home to five species of bats.
Oklahoma has more miles of shoreline than the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts combined. With more than 200 lakes and well over a million surface acres of water, the state is a premier place for folks who love to fish.
There's nothing like the stars to draw in tourists and Oklahoma has more than its share of famous faces. In Tishomingo, it's Blake Shelton who has put the small town on the map.
Oklahoma offers more than 10 ecoregions. One of those covers most of western Oklahoma, and that’s where you're in for a thrill ride at a state park that's constantly moving.
It's hard to believe but Oklahoma is home to some beautiful waterfalls. When you head south to Davis, you can swim near the one at Turner Falls. However, we headed east to discover a little know gem, the Little Niagara.
The estate of Oklahoma's oil tycoon Frank Phillips is drawing in more than 100,000 every year.
Grab your shovels as we visit an spot in Oklahoma where you can dig for crystals. And the kind you uncover, can't be found anywhere else in the world.