Almost everyone is intrigued with caves. We love to explore them and talk about what might have happened in them hundreds of years ago or what might live in them now.
The first tree planted in the state of Oklahoma was the Paradise Tree. It was brought over from France by A. P. Chouteau, son of Jean Pierre, in 1802 and planted by Major Jean Pierre Chouteau.
Beaver County's oldest tree estimated to be over 120
Lava from an extinct volcano created the rugged setting of the Black Mesa which is the highest point in Oklahoma, just short of 5,000 feet above sea level.
About six miles east of Kenton, a group of formations can be seen east of the 101 Ranch on the south side of the road. This group is known as "The Three Sisters" or "The Wedding Party"
Autograph Rock contains hundreds of carved signatures of Santa Fe travelers and others dating as early as 1826. Autograph Rock is a 200 yard long rock cliff about 20-25 feet high. There are over 323
An ever-flowing "Artesian well" spring is located northeast of Cherokee, Oklahoma, and provides a cool drink for travelers and a "fill-your-own-container" source of water for many homes of the area.
The salt plains are a unique geological area. Visitors may enjoy viewing the near perfectly flat 11,000
Scenic area; picnic tables & information kiosk.
Cavanal Hill is the world's highest hill 1999ft above sea level (a mountain is 2000 ft)
Mount Scott is one of Oklahoma's most prominent mountains, rising 2,464
Parker Drilling Company Rig 114 is 181' tall, one of the world'