http://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.8525 - Among the top natural wonders of Oklahoma, the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge features 600 million years of geology. In this video, Ron Stahl walks along the Dogrun Hollow National Recreation Trail with the manager of the wildlife refuge, Jeff Rupert, highlighting some of the awe-inspiring geological features that include prairie meadows, cross timbers forests, and small bodies of water.
The United States has many desirable destination spots; however, KMGL's Jeff "The Magic Man" Roberts and Oklahoma Today publisher, Joan Henderson, team up yearly and promote Native America as a vacationer’s haven. Henderson and Roberts disclose some of the state’s best holiday venues to Oklahomans and the nation. TravelOK will assist in planning the perfect Oklahoma retreat.
Throughout Oklahoma, private and public gardens make for the perfect wedding venue year-round. The Lendonwood Gardens in Grove feature paths of color throughout the year and nine waterfalls. Wedding gardens with fountains and ornamental ponds with peacocks are located near the Osage Hills. Some of Oklahoma's landscapes and gardens make for the perfect location for the big ceremony.
Finding the perfect wedding venue is nearly as difficult as finding the perfect dress. Oklahoma, however, offers many out-of-the ordinary locations for the big ceremony. From museums, Western towns, and forts, to chapels, natural wonders, gardens, and mansions, TravelOK can assist in finding the perfect wedding location.
http://www.travelok.com/media_room/release/oklahoma-trail-aid-2010 - Originally established in 1972, Wheeler Dealer of Oklahoma City has been servicing Oklahoma's bicyclists for nearly four decades. Owners Steve and Steve of Kingfisher supply some of the top bikes, gears, and mechanics in the business. Wheeler Dealer not only provides top-notch service for bicyclists, it also sponsors the Tour De Dirt at Roman Nose State Park. Wheeler Dealer contributes largely to the biking culture of Oklahoma.
In Georgia Cooking in an Oklahoma Kitchen, Trisha Yearwood offers up some of her most beloved food secrets and recipes. In the cookbook, one will find Gwen's Fried Chicken with Milk Gravy, Blackberry Cobbler, and more of Trisha's favorites.
http://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.7967 - Located on Grand Lake's Monkey Island, The Shebang began in 1984 as general store, serving simple foods like pizza. Since then, The Shebang has grown into a dining, wining, and shopping venue, offering visitors lunch, dinner, and nightlife fun. The Shebang has evolved since the pizza days, now serving pasta, seafood, and steaks. Guests can also enjoy shopping in Uniquity, which is a part of The Shebang.
http://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.7148, http://www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.4329 - Located on Hwy 20, Spavinaw and Eucha State Parks provide travelers with many recreational activities. Eucha State Park is a wooded, thirty-one-acre day-use park that families and groups can reserve entirely. Both parks are situated beside cooling bodies of water. Take a drive down Hwy 20 and enjoy Oklahoma's beauty.
Today, Oklahomans know Randy Bass as a legislator in the Oklahoma Senate. Since 1985, the Japanese have heralded Randy Bass as a legendary baseball star. Playing for a decade in the majors, Randy Bass was sold to the Hanshin Tigers for $25,000. With forty-seven homeruns in 1985, Bass led the Tigers to championship victory. While currently a guardian of the people of Oklahoma, Randy Bass is champion of the diamond in Japan.
http://www.travelok.com/Pryor - Situated in green country at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Pryor, the city of all seasons, has a bustling downtown with approximately 10,000 residents. Pryor finds itself home to several major Oklahoma events, including Rocklahoma; a music festival located at the Catch the Fever Music & Festival grounds. No matter the season or event, Pryor caters to guests from all around.