Oklahoma is probably not the first state that comes to mind when thinking about mountains, but believe it or not, there are several mountain ranges. If you’re reading this article, you’ve likely seen incredible photos of mountains in Oklahoma and are now wondering how you can visit them, too!
With over 59,000 acres of pristine land to explore, you’ll never get bored exploring. From hiking and biking trails to wildlife viewing and camping, you’l have a great adventure at this incredible refuge.
Near Braggs, Oklahoma, Greenleaf State Park is a great place to get outdoors on a weekend getaway to enjoy the Boston Mountains and the Ozark Plateau. Greenleaf State Park has the longest backpacking trail in Oklahoma.
Known for its 77’ waterfall, Natural Falls State Park is an excellent place to stop on a road trip along Highway 412. The park is near the Oklahoma-Arkansas border. Visitors can take a short hike to the park’s famous waterfall.
Known for being one of the clearest lakes in Oklahoma, Lake Tenkiller is the perfect place to spend the weekend boating, kayaking, or hiking around the lake. The lake is nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks.