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Frontier Country Great Plains Country Green Country Kiamichi Country Lake Country Red Carpet Country Red Carpet Country Kiamichi Country Great Plains Country Green Country Lake Country Frontier Country Originally home to the American Indian, vast herds of buffalo and unspoiled natural beauty, Oklahoma is absolutely unique. Come explore our attractions, enjoy Oklahoma's vast recreational opportunities and simply enjoy the scenic beauty that only Oklahoma can offer. Oklahoma is an ever-evolving state with more to do, see and explore each year.

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Andy Payne and Route 66

Nine miles north of Claremore on Route 66 is Foyil, the hometown of ANDY PAYNE, a Cherokee Indian who was born on a ranch between Claremore and Foyil. At "66" and 28A, turn south, and you will be on the main street of Foyil and a portion of the original Route "66"

Claremore, OK Famous People


Fort Gibson Depot

The old depot is located across the street from the Fort Gibson stockade parking area and now offers gifts and information for visitors to the fort.

Fort Gibson, OK Railroad History

Jones and Plummer Trail Museum

Beaver is home to the Jones and Plummer Trail Museum. It displays many artifacts that tell the tales of Beaver County and the Panhandle people who pioneered this area. The Jones and Plummer Trail Museum houses artifacts and prototype rooms from early day No Man'

Beaver, OK Museums

Clayton Lake

Clayton Lake is a 95 acre hot spot for bass. Clayton Lake State Park is Open year round with 26 electric/water hookups, 33 primitive areas, restrooms/showers, sanitary dump station, picnic areas, group shelter, boat ramps/docks, swimming beach, and playground.

Clayton, OK Recreation

Pensacola Dam

Pensacola Dam was the first hydroelectric facility in the state. GRDA built the dam between December 30, 1938, and March 21, 1940, when depression-era labor was abundant. It is located between the communities of Langley and Disney, spanning a mile across the Grand River Valley and holding back the 4

, OK Structural Landmarks

The Mascho Buildings

National Register of Historic Places The oldest commercial buildings in Lincoln County, these sandstone "twin" buildings were built by pioneer merchant, A.E. Macho in 1897 and 1898. The earlier building was first constructed in 1896

Chandler, OK Historic Buildings

Red Rock Records Vault

Built in 1908, the red rock records vault survived the courthouse fire in 1916

Cheyenne, OK Historic Buildings

Outdoor Sculptures

This sculpture on Main Street is on display for all to admire and to reflect on the history and contributions of those who gave of themselves for the growth of our cities and our country. "The Farmer - He Feeds the World" - Sculptor, Tasso Pitsiri Located above the sculpture is "

Kingfisher, OK Arts

Keystone Lake Corps Campgrounds

Camping facilities range from primitive to full hook up. Among the several Corps of Engineers campground areas are three Class A locations, two which are open year round. Group Shelters and Campgrounds are also available. New Mannford Ramp - Class Designation: A Phone: (918) 865-2096

, OK Campgrounds

World War II POW Camp

A World War II POW Camp was located just south of Alva in the 1940s. More than 5,000 prisoners were interned at a time when the population of Alva itself was only 3,500.

Alva, OK Military History

Coo-Y-Yah Museum

Indian artifacts of Mayes County.

Pryor, OK Museums