With more than 30 state parks and the most diverse terrain in the nation, Oklahoma is an outdoor lovers’ paradise.
The new 2019 Oklahoma State Parks & Outdoor Guide makes it easier than ever to plan an Oklahoma outdoor vacation. The guide’s amazing photography will have readers ready to pack up their tents and hiking gear and head out to explore the state’s natural beauty. The book’s front and back covers feature a sweeping view of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
Produced by the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department, the guide will be available free beginning Tuesday, Jan. 1.
Travelers can order a copy by visiting TravelOK.com/Brochures or calling 800-652-6552. The guides will also be available at Tourism Information Centers, Oklahoma State Parks and numerous tourism attractions around the state.
The book features more than 200 pages of the best the Oklahoma outdoors has to offer. It contains information on each Oklahoma State Park and on places where travelers can find outdoor activities like golf, rock climbing and zip lining. Also included are easy-to-use directories dedicated to activities, camping and cabins/lodging within the state.
The 2019 Outdoor Guide is one of many free guides available from the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department. Others include the 2019 Oklahoma Travel Guide, Discover Oklahoma Destination Dining Guide, the Oklahoma Route 66 Guide and Long Road to Liberty, a guide to Oklahoma’s African American history and culture.
All of the Department’s publications can be ordered free of charge at TravelOK.com/Brochures or by calling 800-652-6552. Also available are the official Oklahoma State Map, Oklahoma Agritourism publications and brochures from attractions around the state.
How to get a free 2019 Oklahoma State Parks & Outdoor Guide
Visit a Tourism Information Center
Visit an Oklahoma State Park office
About the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department
The Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department works to preserve, maintain and promote the state’s natural assets and cultural richness through tourism. The Department’s Travel Promotions division administers programs designed to build awareness of the state as a destination and educates on the economic importance of the Oklahoma travel and tourism industry. The staff also oversees the agency’s marketing and promotions efforts along with operating Tourism Information Centers located at major entry points around the state. To learn more about the Department, visit TravelOK.com.
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