Located near Hinton. Red Rock Canyon State Park is a must visit for any outdoor enthusiasts in the state of Oklahoma. Hikers walking through the state park will see wagon wheels left by settlers in the region. The hiking routes are of different levels of difficulty and there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Past and present fuse in Oklahoma City, where you’ll find the legacies of Native Americans, cowboys and cattle. Things to do include visiting the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Oklahoma Museum of Art and the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum: http://www.midwestliving.com/travel/around-the-region/oklahoma-city-trip-guide
12 Amazing Oklahoma Secrets You Never Knew Existed
Passages below Okla. city were filled with a rarely-seen Chinese community. Anti-Chinese sentiments drove the culture underground across the country, including Oklahoma City. During a flu epidemic during the 1920s, health inspectors stumbled across the Chinese underground. After their inspection, the inspectors were quoted as saying the nearly 200 residents were “in good health and surroundings and sanitary as all get out.” An entire network of tunnels downtown that link various buildings t
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Gloss Mountain State Park
Located in northwestern Oklahoma, Gloss Mountain State Park is a hidden gem in the plains. The park was named after the shimmery quality of the selenite found in the rock. The park is day use only but is a wonderful place for a hike and a picnic.