10. Great Salt Plains State Park

Great Salt Plains State Park is located in northern Oklahoma and is situated on the shores of the picturesque, small, and salty lake of the same name.

9. Natural Falls State Park

Natural Falls State Park is located in the northeast of the state, close to the Arkansas border, hidden away among the breathtaking landscape of the Ozark Highlands.

8. Chickasaw National Recreation Area

The Chickasaw National Recreation Area, located in south-central Oklahoma near the small city of Sulphur, offers a wide range of thrilling outdoor pursuits to its guests.

7. Lawton

Lawton, Oklahoma's fifth-largest city, is surrounded by endless plains and prairies in the southwest of the state, with only the Wichita Mountains to the north providing any visual variety.

6. Bartlesville

Bartlesville, which straddles the Caney River's banks, is located not far from the Kansas border, about 45 miles (70 kilometres) to the north of Tulsa.

5. Beavers Bend State Park

Beavers Bend State Park, one of Oklahoma's most well-known and beautiful parks, is located in the state's lovely southeast.

4. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

The gloriously wild Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is located just to the north of Lawton and spans a sizable portion of southwest Oklahoma.

3. Route 66

Route 66 meanders from Chicago, Illinois, all the way to Santa Monica, California, and is one of the most famous and revered roads in the US.

2. Tulsa

Tulsa, the second-largest city in the state and self-proclaimed "Oil Capital of the World," is situated between the Great Plains and the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in northeastern Oklahoma.

1. Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, the state's capital and most populated city, is also its economic and cultural hub. It is located practically exactly in the middle of the state.