Having lived in Oklahoma for the majority of my 25 years on this planet, I have been fortunate enough to see a lot of God's creation in the Sooner State. However, in 2016, I am going to visit each of the 42 State Parks in Oklahoma. During the week I spend my time as a Finance Manager in Tahlequah, OK. Tahlequah (di-li-gwa in Cherokee) is the capital of the Cherokee Nation and is nestled at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains and is around 60 miles southeast of Tulsa, OK. When I am not working, I am exploring as much of nature as I can via car, mountain bike, kayak, or my feet.
The state of Oklahoma has 42 state parks scattered across the entire state. The map below shows a general breakdown of the locations of the most parks:
Thanks for visiting my blog and come back soon to check out each of the state parks that I visit in 2016.
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