Dripping Springs at Natural Falls State Park, Oklahoma - photo by Mike Newman; 77-foot waterfall cascading through rock formations in the Ozark Mountains; one of the two tallest known waterfalls in the state, matching Turner Falls in the Arbuckle Mountains; the official name is Natural Falls, but the locals call it Dripping Springs (a Dripping Springs State Park is in another part of Oklahoma) ...click on the picture to see a video...

Dripping Springs at Natural Falls State Park, Oklahoma - photo by Mike Newman; 77-foot waterfall cascading through rock formations in the Ozark Mountains; one of the two tallest known waterfalls in the state, matching Turner Falls in the Arbuckle Mountains; the official name is Natural Falls, but the locals call it Dripping Springs (a Dripping Springs State Park is in another part of Oklahoma) ...click on the picture to see a video...

From the safety of your car, view a free range herd of American Bison at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge & Visitors Center in southwest Oklahoma.

From the safety of your car, view a free range herd of American Bison at the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge & Visitors Center in southwest Oklahoma.

Dinosaur Tracks | TravelOK.com - Oklahoma's Official Travel & Tourism Site

Dinosaur Tracks | TravelOK.com - Oklahoma's Official Travel & Tourism Site

Located 2 hours west of Black Mesa State park in the Oklahoma panhandle, Capulin Volcano National Monument’s highest point provides unobstructed, panoramic views of the volcanic field, distant snow-capped mountains portions of 4 states (NM, OK, TX CO).

Located 2 hours west of Black Mesa State park in the Oklahoma panhandle, Capulin Volcano National Monument’s highest point provides unobstructed, panoramic views of the volcanic field, distant snow-capped mountains portions of 4 states (NM, OK, TX CO).

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This Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, the state bird of Oklahoma, is perched on poke berries at Lake Thunderbird State Park in Norman. Photo by Lindell Dillon.

This Scissor-tailed Flycatcher, the state bird of Oklahoma, is perched on poke berries at Lake Thunderbird State Park in Norman. Photo by Lindell Dillon.

Oklahoma's ghost towns make great road trip destinations with interesting architecture, plenty of unique places to explore and uncovered history waiting to be discovered.

Oklahoma Ghost Towns

Oklahoma's ghost towns make great road trip destinations with interesting architecture, plenty of unique places to explore and uncovered history waiting to be discovered.

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