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Old 04-09-2011, 10:59 PM   #1
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Help Plan A Trip To Oklahoma

In June we are planning on going to Oklahoma from Eastern Oregon, the route we will be taking is: I-84 East to Salt Lake City where we will pick up I-80 and then pick up I-25 in Cheyenne, then I-70 to just before McPhearson, then take I-135 to Oklahoma. What I would like to know is where are some state parks located on our planned route that aren't too far off of the interstate, within about twenty miles.

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Old 04-11-2011, 04:53 AM   #2
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Hi, If you are going to be picking up I-25 to go south, you will be driving very close to RMNP. It is more than 20 minutes off the highway, but well worth the diversion if you have never been.
There are a few State Parks like Boyd Lake State Park and St Vrain State Park, but you won't be missing anything there except extremely overcrowded camping, if you can even get a spot. Take a day and explore Rocky Mountain NP, you won't be disappointed!
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