A visit to Oklahoma guarantees days and nights filled with outdoor adventure, diverse culture, and historic marvels. The Sooner State is a diverse area both in geography and culture. Historically, the state was a destination for cattle drivers, settlers, and a government-sanctioned territory for Native Americans.
Clearly, this means Oklahoma is overflowing with history and heritage. There are endless opportunities to immerse yourself in the culture of 67 American Indian tribes. Visitors can attend the Red Earth Festival that takes place annually in Oklahoma City. Over 100 American Indian tribes from across North America gather here to celebrate and teach about their heritage.
Oklahoma’s landscape create the perfect setting for a multitude of outdoor activities. Biking, bird watching, camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, boating, and wildlife watching are all possible. The state is also home to 35 State Parks where visitors can rock climb at Red Rock Canyon State Park or rent an ATV at the Little Sahara State Park.
The state’s large cities boast nightlife and entertainment sure to please even the city dwellers. Oklahoma City’s Bricktown Entertainment District is a bustling urban hotspot, while Tulsa’s Blue Dome District is the pinnacle of OK nightlife.
Oklahoma is a state full of history and heritage that is sure to delight vacationers.