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15 Fascinating Spots In Oklahoma That Are Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale

15 Fascinating Spots In Oklahoma That Are Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale

These fascinating spots in Oklahoma will make you feel like you stepped into a fairy tale.

Great burgers - The old Meers Store and Restaurant, near Lawton, Oklahoma

Great burgers and pie - The old Meers Store and Restaurant, near Lawton, Oklahoma

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Escape To These 11 Hidden Oases In Oklahoma To Find Peace And Quiet

With 12 acres of opportunities to slip, slide and splash, Comanche Nation Water Park in Lawton, Oklahoma is the perfect place to cool down.

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This Haunting Road Trip Through Oklahoma Ghost Towns Is One You Won’t Forget

This Haunting Road Trip Through Oklahoma Ghost Towns Is One You Won’t Forget

Oklahoma is full of amazing road trips. From waterfalls to hidden resorts to haunted ghost towns, these road trips will take you on an adventure of a lifetime.

Immerse yourself in Native American culture with intriguing exhibits like the Tingley Collection of Native American Artifacts at the Museum of the Great Plains in Lawton, Oklahoma, which is accredited by the American Association of Museums.

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The Tiny Town In Oklahoma That's The Next Italian Food Capital Of The World

The Tiny Town In Oklahoma That's The Next Italian Food Capital Of The World

Known as Little Italy, Krebs is a tiny town in Pittsburg County that is home to several mouthwatering Italian restaurants. Check out all this little town has to offer and the best places for Italian food.

Lawton, Oklahoma - Downtown - Circa 1964 by duggar11, via Flickr

Oklahoma City was supposed to be built where Lawton is, but due to a major mistake by a surveyor, OKC was placed on the map almost 100 miles north of where it was planned to go.

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