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Discover Oklahoma’s Frontier Charm All Year Long

When you discover Oklahoma, you’ll soon see that it really is the land of no boundaries. Divided into six regions, or “countries,” fall in love with each one as they all have a distinct flavor. With green rolling hills to the east, great wide-open plains to the west, and plenty of lakes and rivers to frolic in, the Sooner State welcomes you in any season. Spring and summer brings waterfront recreation, while the autumn months bring much delight to sports fans. Norman, OK is abuzz with excitement as their beloved University of Oklahoma Sooners football team fights for national supremacy. Catch a game at Gaylord Family-Oklahoma Memorial Stadium as they rumble through the Big 12 conference. In-state rivalry continues in Stillwater, as Oklahoma State University Cowboys welcome fans to Boone Pickens Stadium for the old-fashioned college game day experience. Look for a tailgate party, and create your own game day experience. Basketball fans are also in luck as a visit to Oklahoma City means you're in Thunder country. Follow the crowds to Chesapeake Energy Arena to see NBA's Thunder run-and-gun their way into the playoffs.

Oklahoma – a staple of the American West – is one of many states with frontier heritage found throughout its time. Its history pages include Historic Route 66, land runs, and the infamous Dust Bowl, while current day Oklahoma encompasses a vast amount of museums, historic sites, rodeo grounds, and American forts. Thanks to the Sooner State’s storied past, we can still enjoy famed cowboy towns like Tulsa, Guthrie, Lawton, and Oklahoma City all year long. Tulsa, the Oil Capital of the World, features tons of western museums like the Philbrook Museum, the Gilcrease Museum, and the Woody Guthrie Center – plus plenty of Will Rogers attractions. The capital city of Oklahoma, OKC is quite the destination for fans of the Old West. Take the kids to Frontier City, or spend the day in the grips of American history at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Old West re-enactments and impressive historic districts are also found throughout Oklahoma, so wrangle up your gear and get moving. Venture to southern Oklahoma for a visit to smaller towns like Broken Bow and its Gene Autry Museum, or head west through Great Plains country for some fall fun along the Chisholm Trail. Wherever you may roam, there’s something waiting for you in Oklahoma.

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