Oklahoma is more than just windswept plains and the longest stretch of Route 66. It’s home to the largest Native American population in the United States and has five state wildlife management areas, and five national wildlife refuges as well as the Myriad Botanical Gardens. Plenty of culture and scenery for all to enjoy.
Climate varies across the state from a humid subtropical to a semi-arid climate resulting in hot summers to cold winters
Elevation is from 287 feet above sea level at Little River to 4,973 feet above sea level on Black Mesa
Home to 53 state parks including Red Rock Canyon, Twin Bridges, Little Blue-Disney, and Fountainhead
Oklahoma has the largest Native American population in the US including over 250,000 citizens and is headquarters for 39 tribes