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Old 08-25-2013, 02:54 PM   #1
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Any "Must Sees or Must Do's In Oklahoma.?

We'll be crossing Oklahoma in November, and will be sort of meandering. The only stop that we're planning on, as of now, is near Lawton. Please fill us in on other "Must Do's.
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Lots of good steakhouses. Cattlemen's in Tulsa,
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OKC: the bombing memorial, Cowboy hall of fame, Zoo??, Bricktown, Southeast OK at besvef's Bend State park, my faves- Akabaster Caverns State park and Boiling Springs State park in northwest OK.
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A "must don't" would be to avoid US 287 across OK.
I thought it was going to tear our coach to pieces. Sorriest road I've been on in a long time.
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My favorite things traveling through Oklahoma!
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Old 08-27-2013, 06:25 AM   #6
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We'll be crossing Oklahoma in November, and will be sort of meandering. The only stop that we're planning on, as of now, is near Lawton. Please fill us in on other "Must Do's.
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Turner falls is a unique place, beautiful falls, mountain area, cabins and nearby camping. It is on old hwy 77 off of I-35, 5 miles south of Davis, Ok. About 50/60 miles straight east of Lawton.
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My favorite things traveling through Oklahoma!
Ouch. I'll 2nd the steakhouses there. You get a meal for six on a plate and then some.
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If you are interested in the western expansion period history, Ft Reno in Reno is interesting. I have never been to the washita battlefield in western oklahoma, but it may be worth a stop ..
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Oklahoma has the worst roads in the country. US*287 is horrible for the fifty miles it runs through Oklahoma. When you hit the Texas border you will think you are in heaven!
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The Arbuckles, and the State Parks and Ouachita National Forest, Oklahoma Ranger District, in the southeast.
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My favorite things traveling through Oklahoma!
Now that's funny! I don't care who you are!

However, we were in ok city over night and visited the OK Bombing Memorial. Sent chills through me!!
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