Most Beautiful Small Towns in Oklahoma. TOP 15
Most Beautiful Small Towns in Oklahoma. TOP 15: Medicine Park, Guthrie, Perry, Broken Bow, Pauls Valley, Sulphur, Bartlesville, Claremore, Ada, Eufaula, Chandler, Grove, Davis, Afton, Carlton Landing
Discover Oklahoma TV Travel Show to visit Pauls Valley
Amy Richey, co-owner of How Sweet It Is in Pauls Valley, Okla., shares details about the forthcoming Discover Oklahoma visit to her restaurant.
The state's official TV travel show is scheduled to stop at the business next Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 10:30 a.m. The visitation will include a video feature of the eatery for one of the show's future segments.
The public is invited to attend the taping; food will be available for sale.
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Discover Oklahoma Episode #1143
Scale new heights in this state-of-the-art facility Climb Tulsa; see the new fun LIVE music events going on at the Round Barn in Arcadia; the Sweet Tooth Bakery in Choctaw can aptly named, find out why; see how the Discovery Outpost in Medicine Park ignites children’s imaginations; see the interesting history of Pauls Valley on display at the Santa Fe Depot and Museum located there and see why so many call the hamburgers at Ranch Burger in Pawnee, the best in the state!
Discover Oklahoma Episode # 1024
Summertime is the perfect time for family time. You can be a big kid at the Science Museum, pick some peaches in Harrah, go horseback riding in Sand Springs, shop where at a celebrity hotspot, and grab a bite of BBQ in Pauls Valley! Join us for all this on Discover Oklahoma this Saturday night!
Tour de Meers
Begun in the late 1980s as the sole source of funding for the Meers Volunteer Fire Department, the ride is held annually on the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend. Most bicycle events attract a share of hardcore racers, but the variety of routes (from 10 to 62-mile treks) assure that Tour de Meers draws as many families and casual riders as it does serious cyclists. You'll see wildlife like bison, longhorn cattle, prairie dogs, elk, deer, turkey and more! There is a stop at the Meers Store. Their burgers, made of prize-winning Texas Longhorn beef. This bucket-list delicacy is served on a pie plate and cut into quarters, so you can actually grab hold of it. Visit the cobblestone community of Medicine Park, where the Mayor’s Red Dirt Ball guarantees to keep toes tapping for three solid days. Built as a pleasure resort and health spa in the early 1900s, Medicine Park gets its name from the creek that meanders through town, rumored to have healing powers. We threw our noodled legs, cannonball-style, into the cool, restorative waters. Medicine Park is also where your comfy bed awaits. View lodging options, from B&Bs to motel suites, by clicking TravelOK.com and searching “Medicine Park.” We claimed a recently-rescued one-room cabin, cloaked in those signature, bowling ball stones. The next day, linger for lunch at The Old Plantation restaurant, a faithfully-restored landmark, plating up substantial American fare. The walls are lined with photos of Medicine Park’s past, and if you listen closely you can almost hear the echo of this building’s “Roaring 20s” hey-day.
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8 Things to See in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
After treating Oklahoma as a drive-thru state on a few roadtrips I took out west from my old Ohio residence, I decided to take a roadtrip to see more of the sights of the state itself. It was a great trip. It began and ended in Oklahoma City. These photos capture some of the city's highlights.
The Photos (in order)
O08A0383 - There is a working oil well on the grounds of the Oklahoma state capitol
O08A0388 - Harn Homestead Park is an outdoor museum that provides insight into life when Oklahoma was a territory
O08A0418 - The Oklahoma City National Memorial remembers those killed in the 1995 blast at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building
O08A0452 - There are statues of a number of baseball greats, including Johnny Bench, at the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark
O08A0457 - Bricktown is a former warehouse district whose historic buildings have been converted to restaurants, shops and nightlife venues
O08A0460 - Bricktown's iconic Dr Pepper tower clock
O08A0462 - Santa Fe Railroad/Amtrak Station is an Art Deco-style railroad depot built in 1934
O08A0474 - Stockyards City is a historic district that grew up around the Oklahoma National Stockyards, the world's largest stocker-feeder cattle market; the district is home to the oldest restaurant, library and pharmacy in the state