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Ouachita Mountains provide some great vista’s
and also good for fall colors near
the town of Tahlequah, Potato Hills
Vista, Talimena Senic Drive about 50
miles from eastern Oklahoma to
Turner Falls and the Arbuckles Mountains
Falls Creek, Devil's Pond,
Talimina Drive in Talahina.
Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge.
They are located west of Lawton and
Fort Still military reservation.
There is Longhorn Cattle, Elk,
Bison, Turkey, Deer, Coyote, and
other animals and birds found within
the park. Many lakes are within the
border od the refuge and most are
very photogenic, Quanah Parker Lake
is a good one, Treasure Lake, Lost
Lake where bison and longhorn cattle
are often found. Don’t forget to
stop at Meers for a great buger.
Mt. Scott, 2,464 feet, you can drive to the top
for some nice views of Lake Lawtonka
and Elmer Thomas Lake, as well as
the surrounding mountains and
valleys. Great sunset shots.
Fall Colors in Oklahoma from the last weekend in October through the first weekend in November.
Probably the most scenic and colorful drive is Talimena Skyline Drive(State Highway 1) that
travels along the crest of the Ouachita Mountains in eastern Oklahoma. Another good route
is State Highway 10 that runs from Miami to Tahlequah. Mount Scott and the Wichita Mountains
National Wildlife Refuge.
Tallgrass Prairie Preserve just west of the town of Pawhuska is great for viewing bison,
deer, coyotes, bald eagles and other critters. Wildflowers.
Glass Mountains great at sunrise 6 miles west of Orienta on Highway 412.
Quartz Mountain sunset and twilight
brings out a nice amber glow in the
Great Salt Plains many birds also
Great Salt Plains State Park.
Woodward Park in Tulsa has an azalea and rose gardens
Honor Park in Muskogee has an azalea gardens and dogwoods.
The Tallgrass Prairie Preserve NW of Tulsa. Large herd of bison, white tail deer, redbud trees.
Natural Falls State Park east of Tulsa.
Outside of Cleveland at the confluence of the Cimarron and Arkansas River has birds in the spring.
Greenleaf State Park
Creek Council Oak Park 1750 S. Cheyenne Ave.
Tulsa Zoo in Mohawk Park
Tulsa Garden Center - in Woodward Park 2435 S. Peoria
Philbrook Museum of Art
Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve
Redbud Valley Nature Preserve
Oxley Nature Center
Municipal Rose Garden
Swan Lake Park
Red Rock Canyon State park
Hochatown State Park, Broken Bow, Spring is best when the dog woods, red buds and widlflowers are in bloom,
The state park has camp sites, cabins and lodge plus local privately owned cabins
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