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Vacation in Oklahoma   -   Travel information Oklahoma.

Oklahoma  -  a state in the United States, lying mostly in the Southern Great Plains.

Regions in Oklahoma : Arklatex, Cherokee Outlet, Green Country, Little Dixie, Panhandle.

Counties in Oklahoma.

Cities in Oklahoma : Broken Arrow, Edmond, Enid, Lawton, Midwest City, Moore, Norman, Oklahoma City, Stillwater and Tulsa

State Capital Oklahoma : Oklahoma City.

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Hotels in Oklahoma   Hotel Guide Oklahoma
Hotels in Oklahoma City, Heavener, Tulsa, Tahlequah, Clinton, Jones, Midwest City, Hugo.

Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.

    -   Motel 6 and Red Roof   -    

  Oklahoma Bed and Breakfast Association

Camping / Campgrounds / RV Parks

  Go Camping America   -   National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC)
  Koa   -   Campgrounds of America
  National Park Service Campground and Tour Reservation Site
  Funroads   -   Get Outta Town!

Car Rentals Oklahoma

Car rental

Car Rental USA  Sixt   -    

Holiday Homes Oklahoma / Apartments

Holiday homes, condos, cabins and villas, offered directly by owner. Simply browse and search the properties for that perfect vacation spot.
  VRBO vacation rentals    -   USA Vacation Rentals

National Parks / State Parks

  National Park Service
The NPS works with communities to preserve and care for neighborhood treasures. They also work with teachers to create unique opportunities for students to learn about history at the real places where events unfolded.

Travel Agents / Tour Operators

Thomas Cook

   -   Create your perfect trip to Oklahoma
Flight, Hotel and Car.

Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :

  Travel Oklahoma   -   Official Oklahoma Tourism Info
Here you'll find all the information you need to plan your perfect vacation or weekend getaway. You can order free travel brochures, check out our Vacation Ideas section, and find moneysaving coupons and specials. Search our extensive databases to find attractions, activities, lodging and restaurants to make your Oklahoma trip a great experience. You'll also find thousands of local festivals and events that invite you to join in the fun. You can even use our Travel Organizer to create your own vacation itinerary as you browse through the site.

Travel Guides Oklahoma / Travel Related Books

Oklahoma Today [ Magazine ]
Oklahoma Today provides its readers the best of Oklahoma's people, places, travel, culture, food, and outdoors in an attractive and engaging publication that enhances The Oklahoma Experience. The magazine is published bi-monthly in January, March, May, July, September, and November.
  Oklahoma Living Online

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The Rough Guide to the USA (Rough Guide Travel Guides) 
By Samantha Cook, Tim Perry (Editor), Greg Ward (Editor)
The Rough Guide to the USA is the most comprehensive and colourful guide to the fifty states available. There are lively accounts of every region and attraction from the bright lights of Broadway to the vast open plains of Wyoming. The guide gives refreshingly opinionated reviews of the established sights and landmarks as well as uncovering many of the lesser-known gems, allowing the visitor to make the most of their trip. There are feature boxes that provide information on a variety of subjects from the Delta blues to the geology of the Grand Canyon. There are also maps and plans to help you navigate around the major attractions, inner city streets or interstates
Paperback 1440 pages (October 28, 2004); Publisher: Rough Guides
USA (Lonely Planet Country Guides S.) 
By Loretta Chilcoat, Susan Derby, Beth Greenfield, Carolyn Hellor
This Lonely Planet guide covers all 50 U.S. states. It is packed with pre-trip planning advice, itinerary suggestions, distance charts and tips on the most interesting way of getting from A to B.
Paperback 1164 pages (March 2004); Publisher: Lonely Planet Publications 

Transportation / How do I travel to Oklahoma

Oklahoma Airport [ OKC ]   -   Will Rogers World Airport

  Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission   -   see Oklahoma Airport Guide


Book cheap flights to Oklahoma at ebookers and benefit from discounted airfares.

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines take you to hundreds of destinations everywhere in the world.

  Airline Tickets Oklahoma / Bargain Flights

  Greyhound Lines

  Oklahoma Department of Transportation
  Oklahoma Turnpike Authority

  Maps of Oklahoma [ Uni Texas   -   Perry-Castaņeda Library   -   Map Collection ]


  Oklahoma Centennial

  Travel Oklahoma   -   Official Oklahoma Tourism Info
Here you'll find all the information you need to plan your perfect vacation or weekend getaway. You can order free travel brochures, check out our Vacation Ideas section, and find moneysaving coupons and specials. Search our extensive databases to find attractions, activities, lodging and restaurants to make your Oklahoma trip a great experience. You'll also find thousands of local festivals and events that invite you to join in the fun. You can even use our Travel Organizer to create your own vacation itinerary as you browse through the site.

  State of Oklahoma [ Government ]   -   Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department
Oklahoma is a true vacationer's paradise offering outdoor activities from mountain biking to scuba diving, trail riding to rapelling. Also check out our world class museums and attractions and a wealth of culture and Native American and cowboy history unrivaled anywhere in the U.S. Get out and enjoy.

  Oklahoma City   -   State Capital Oklahoma   -   Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
The city's western, pioneer spirit can most easily be seen in some of Oklahoma City's top attractions, like the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park Race Track, Stockyards City, Frontier City Theme Park, and the Red Earth Indian Center. Each reflects the strong ties this area has with its western heritage.

  Arklatex   -   region where Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas and Oklahoma intersect
Cities : Idabel, Broken Bow
  Cherokee Outlet   -   see Cherokee Strip Museum
Using artifacts, photographs, and documents, the Cherokee Strip Museum traces the history of the Cherokee Outlet and its people.
  Green Country
Green Country is known as the outdoor sportsmen's paradise, with its many lakes, streams and rivers, and wilderness.
Important cities and towns in Green Country : Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Bartlesville, Jenks, Bixby, Claremore, Okmulgee, Muskogee, Miami, Tahlequah, Vinita, Grove, Sapulpa, Sand Springs, Nowata.
  Little Dixie
Region in southeastern Oklahoma heavily settled by Southerners displaced by Reconstruction following the American Civil War.
The region consists, more-or-less, of the following counties in Oklahoma: Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Haskell, Hughes, Johnston, Latimer, Le Flore, Marshall, McCurtain, Pittsburg, Pontotoc, Pushmataha.
  Oklahoma Panhandle
Region in Oklahoma, comprising its three westernmost counties; Cimarron County, Texas County, and Beaver County. The Panhandle lies in the High Plains portion of the Great Plains.

  Frontier Country
If award winning events, world-class attractions, and fun-filled communities, are what you are seeking for your upcoming travel and vacation time, then central Oklahoma's Frontier Country is the perfect destination for you and your family.
Central Oklahoma's Frontier Country is centrally located, at the crossroads of I-35, I-40 and I-44, which makes it easily accessible from all directions and a quick 'Trip on a Tankful.'
Frontier Country offers you a unique glimpse of Native American and western heritage and culture through numerous year 'round attractions, and events.
  Grand Lake   -   Grand Lake Association   -   Grand Lake O' the Cherokees!
Boating, fishing, sailing, skiing, tubing, SCUBA diving, golf, casinos, live theater, music festivals, nightlife and more. The Grand Lake area has it all!
The four Grand Lake counties have so much to offer everyone. You can enjoy a relaxing gourmet meal lakeside or in one of the many fine dining establishments around the lake. If grabbing a quick bite is more to your liking, most of the major restaurant chains are represented as well. You can also find wineries and gift shops with a wide assortment of gourmet and specialty foods and even old-fashioned butcher shops if you feel more like "cocooning".
  Great Plains Country
Fourteen counties of scenic parks, mountain ranges, plains and prairies, lakes, wildlife management areas, Western and Native American heritage, arts and culture, shopping, fairs, festivals, museums, historic sites, water sports, camping, fishing, hunting and outdoor recreation. There's something for everyone!. Get ready for Great Times in Great Plains Country.
  Great Salt Plains Lakes
Alfalfa County, Grant County and Woods County.
  Green Country
  Kiamichi Country
Kiamichi Country, known as the Southeast Region of Oklahoma, is a tourism area that encompasses seven of the most picturesque counties of Oklahoma and is enriched with beauty and adventure.
The counties of Choctaw, Pushmataha, McCurtain, LeFlore, Haskell, Latimer and Pittsburg are the home of seven mountain ranges, ten state parks, and twenty-three lakes along with countless streams and rivers.
  Lake Eufaula Association
Communities : Checotah, Crowder, Eufala, McAlester, Muskogee, Porum and Stigler.
  Lake Tenkiller Area   -   Oklahoma's clear water paradise!
Whether this is your first adventure or a return visit, we know that you will find what your heart desires with our vast array of activities. Scuba diving, camping, hiking, fishing, golfing, water sports, scenic nature, fishing , and hunting are all surrounded with beautiful rock bluffs and days that end with spectacular sunsets. Almost 13,000 acres of water and over 130 miles of shoreline of Lake Tenkiller and scenic Illinois River's 70 miles of floating and 8 miles of trout fishing provide the ideal setting to forget about Monday.
Tenkiller is nestled in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, surrounded with dogwood forests, hilly terrain, and beautiful foliage from spring until fall, when the changing autumn leaves draw many travelers around the lake and up scenic highway 10. It also serves as one of the flyways of migratory animals, such as Canadian Geese, ducks, Monarch butterflies, Warblers, Bald Eagles, and many others.
  Lake Texoma Online
This huge, beautiful lake is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the Southwest. It's famous for its great fishing, excellent marinas and resorts, its natural beauty and lively nightlife. Lake Texoma spans the Texas/Oklahoma border just 75 miles north of Dallas and 121 miles south of Oklahoma City.
Texoma cities : Bonham, Denison, Durant, Gainesville, Pottsboro, Sherman, Whitesboro.
  Red Carpet Country
  Talimena Scenic Drive
Come explore the Talimena Scenic Drive as it stretches across the very top of the Ouachita Mountains in Eastern Oklahoma and Western Arkansas.
The Talimena Scenic Drive is a Scenic Byway offering 54 miles of spectacular views and incredible scenery. It is also the crown jewel of an entire region full of fun things to do for families, sportsmen, adventure seekers or anyone that enjoys nature's incredible beauty.

  Bartlesville   -   Bartlesville Convention & Visitors Bureau
  Boise City   -  county seat of Cimarron County
In 1943, Boise City was mistakenly bombed on a night training mission from an air base in Texas. Six bombs fell and all they destroyed was a garage [ doubly embarrassing for the air force since the bombs were aimed at the courthouse ].
Boise City is one of three known towns in the United States that was bombed during WW II.
  Broken Arrow   -   City of Broken Arrow
  Davis   -   Davis Chamber of Commerce
Davis, Oklahoma, home of Turner Falls Park in the Arbuckle Mountains of Oklahoma
  Edmond   -   Edmond Convention and Visitors Bureau
Located in the heart of Oklahoma, just north of Oklahoma City, Edmond is considered by many to be the "Crown Jewel" of Oklahoma.
Edmond offers outstanding hotels, conveniently located attractions, championship golf, and nostalgic shopping areas featuring the unique and antique, all with the added pleasure of beautiful public art cavorting on almost every corner. Located on scenic Route 66, The Mother Road, a stay in Edmond places you just minutes from international attractions such as the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Remington Park horse racing, the Lazy E Arena and picturesquely historic Guthrie, just to name a few!
  Enid   -   City of Enid
  Guymon   -   City of Guymon
  Lawton   -   City of Lawton
  McCurtain County Getaways
McCurtain County Oklahoma is the perfect vacation destination for weekend getaways, summer vacations, family reunions and more! We offer deep mountain lakes surrounded by National Forests and clear running rivers with great fly fishing and thrilling whitewater adventures!
Its just a 3 to 4 hour drive from Dallas Ft.Worth, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Little Rock and Shreveport.
  Midwest City   -   City of Midwest City
  Moore   -   City of Moore
  Norman   -   Norman Convention and Visitors Bureau
Norman, Oklahoma, home of the University of Oklahoma and to many great attractions. Oklahoma means "Land of the Red People" – we're home to 67 Native American tribes. But did you also know that we're home to the Sooners – cowboys who participated in the land rushes of 1889, Dinosaurs – including the largest Apatosaurus skeleton in the world, and Van Gogh-part of the new priceless collection of permanent art displayed at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
  Stillwater   -   City of Stillwater   -   Tourism   -   Visit Stillwater
Visitors have always known Stillwater is a special, friendly town. They just love Stillwater's wide variety of entertainment options from star-studded concerts at the Tumbleweed Dance Halls and Concert Arena to shopping in the historic Downtown or Campus Corner areas. With an abundance of attractions and numerous, unique "home-grown" restaurants, Stillwater is an instant favorite.
  Sulphur   -   Sulphur Chamber of Commerce
Sulphur is located in the Arbuckle Mountain Region of Murray County. Sulphur is the gateway to the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, a national park, on the south side and is minutes from the clear waters of the Lake of the Arbuckles. This is a beautiful, rustic area with natural freshwater and cold mineral springs and streams. It is ideal for camping, swimming, hiking, picnicking, fishing and bicycling. There is a new multi -use trail for mountain biking, hiking and horseback riding. Sister city, Davis, located seven miles west of Sulphur is the home of Turner Falls Park.
  Tulsa   -   City of Tulsa   -   Tourism   -   Tulsa Convention and Visitors Bureau
In Tulsa you will find cowboys and classical ballet. Art Deco and Arena football, rodeos, religion, and rolling hills. A visit to Tulsa is a great getaway to experience a delightful mix of rich culture, colorful history, terrific shopping, and lively nightlife.

  Oklahoma Bicycle Society
  Oklahoma Outdoor Network
  Oklahoma Travel Industry Association   -   Community Portal North Texas and Southern Oklahoma

  Downtown Oklahoma City
  News   -   The Oklahoman, Tulsa World [ The daily news source for Tulsa and eastern Oklahoma ]
  Oklahoma State Fair
  Radio Oklahoma   -   KOSU - Oklahoma Public Radio
  Radio Oklahoma   -  KGOU - Public Radio Oklahoma, Public radio Tulsa
  TV   -   OETA - The Oklahoma Network
  University  -  Oklahoma Higher Education
  Zoo   -   Oklahoma City Zoo

Cuisine   -   Oklahoma Recipes

  Oklahoma Beef Council   -   see 'Recipes'
  Oklahoma Wheat Commission   -   see 'Recipes'
Each year Oklahoma's wheat producers and the Oklahoma Wheat Commission sponsor the Oklahoma Wheatheart Bread Baking Contest held at the Oklahoma State Fair. From this event's more than 100 entries from counties all across the state we have collected a great sampling of Oklahoma's Best Breads.
  Oklahoma Wines, Vineyard, and Wineries Tourism Site
The official web site of the Oklahoma Grape Growers and Wine Makers Association.

History of Oklahoma

  History of Oklahoma [ Wikipedia ]
Oklahoma was inhabited by Native American tribes including the Kitikiti'sh (Wichita) Quapaw, Caddo and Osage. Descendants of these peoples still live in the state.
In the 16th century Spanish explorers became the first documented Europeans to visit the area...

  National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
  Oklahoma Historical Society
  Oklahoma Museums Organizations
  Oklahoma Route66 Association
Every Route 66 state has its own unique sights and special contributions to the history and lore (or is that lure ?) of Route 66. But only in Oklahoma do the elements of buildings, roadside attractions, people and history come together in such overwhelming abundance.

  National Park Service  -  Links to the past
Explore America's cultural resources - buildings, landscapes, archeological sites, ethnographic resources, objects and documents, structures and districts.

Music, Art & Culture, Entertainment

  American Indian Cultural Center & Museum
American Indian Cultural Center is home to a significant Bur Oak Tree that has survived two centuries of continuous change.
This Bur Oak has witnessed everything from Indian encampments to the development of an industrial oil field, realignment of the Oklahoma river, coming of the railroad, placement of utilities, the emergence of downtown Oklahoma City and redevelopment of Historic Bricktown, and most recently the Groundblessing events dedicating the site for construction of the American Indian Cultural Center.
  Chickasaw Nation
  Oklahoma Authors and Books
Oklahoma Authors have a western perspective that overlaps with the deep south on many levels.

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