Thursday, January 9, 2014

Oklahoma State Parks

Plan your 2014 vacation in Oklahoma to include visiting one of our 35 state parks. In addition to relaxing in the beautiful surroundings - lakes, mountains, sand dunes, and forests - you can hike, bike, fish or participate in organized park activities. Then rest in a comfortable lodge or cabin, or camp in your own tent or RV.

Go rappelling at Red Rock Canyon State Park or boulder hopping and climbing at Robbers Cave State Park. Bring your own dune buggy or rent an ATV and fly over the dunes at Little Sahara State Park or grab your wet suit and have a scuba adventure in Lake Tenkiller's dive park. 
source State Tourism Alabaster Caverns State Park

Take a guided cave tour at Alabaster Caverns State Park or enjoy your own wild caving experience at the park. The highlight of the 200-acre Alabaster Caverns State Park is the ¾ mile cavern formed of alabaster, a rare form of gypsum, making it the largest natural gypsum cave in the world that is open to the public. Daily guided tours of Alabaster Cavern leave promptly on the hour from 9am-4pm. For safety reasons, a maximum of 40 visitors are allowed on each tour. A fee is charged for the tour. The cavern recently underwent an extensive lighting overhaul. Group tour reservations are required at least two weeks in advance.  Reservations must be made by calling the park office at least two weeks in advance in order to receive a group tour discount.
Reel in trophy stripers at Lake Texoma State Park or cast for trout in the Mountain Fork River at Beavers Bend State Park. Enjoy boating and every imaginable water sport at Lake Murray State Park and then visit the unique Tucker Tower Nature Center in the park. Hike down to enjoy the view of Natural Falls State Park or up to the top of Black Mesa, Oklahoma's highest point. Whatever outdoor interest you may pursue, Oklahoma state parks have plenty for you to enjoy.

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