This house in Picher, Oklahoma is where baseball legend Mickey Mantle was married in 1951. The house was moved to Commerce, Oklahoma in May 2011, to save it and make it a part of the Mickey Mantle Memorial Park.
With a history full of Land Runs, Native American territories, Civil War battles and railroads, Oklahoma’s past is full of towns that sprung up overnight and faded away just as quickly - they also make for great road trips.
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail- This trail follows the path of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Muscogee-Creek and Seminole Indians of 1831, where they were marched from their homelands to Oklahoma. The Trail of Tears was established as a National Historic Trail in order to acknowledge a dark time in the country's past. The trail bisects numerous state parks and forests as well as national forests, and goes through some of the most scenic mountains and upland plains of the southeast.
The Abandoned Town In Oklahoma That Most People Stay Far, Far Away From
Magnetic Hill | TravelOK.com - Oklahoma's Official Travel & Tourism Site,On Magnetic Hill, you will get a sense that instead of your car rolling downhill with the motor turned off, it will actually roll uphill.