Oklahoma – The State of Success

Vol1 iss4 2015

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46 O K L A H O M A – T H E S T A T E O F S U C C E S S 1 0 M O S T B E A U T I F U L P L A C E S O K L A H O M A Photo cour tesy of OK Tourism Depar tment Photo by Quanah Parker, OK Tourism Depar tment Photo by Keli Clark, OK Tourism Depar tment Photo cour tesy of Chickasaw National Recreation Area Quartz Mountain Resort Near the Texas border, nestled between the shores of Lake Altus-Lugert and the Wichita Mountains, Quartz Mountain Resort is the ideal setting for events of all kind or a restful getaway. Hiking, golf, boating and sightseeing are a must at this resort. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge In southwest Oklahoma, the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge serves as an outdoor oasis to residents and tourists. Spanning over 59,000 acres of ancient mountains and prairies, the destination is home to free-range bison, prairie dogs, Texas Longhorn cattle, bobcats, elk and coyotes. Chickasaw National Recreation Area Known as the "Peaceful Valley of Rippling Waters" by American Indians, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur is known for its springs, streams and lakes. Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park Making the trip down winding roads and through forests of pine and hardwood trees is enough reason to visit Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park along the Shores of Broken Bow Lake. A dream-like mist rising from Broken Bow Lake is the perfect vista while enjoying the view at Lakeview Lodge. b y C R Y S T A L V I L L A R R E A L It's easy to take advantage of natural beauty in a state that's home to 11 diverse ecoregions.

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