by John Jernigan, courtesy Oklahoma Tourism
The Group Travel Leader
Published July 05, 2017
Explore the different regions of the Sooner State with our Oklahoma Guide.
With 120,000 miles of shoreline and more than 10 lakes, Chickasaw Country provides endless opportunities for outdoor adventure in south-central Oklahoma.
Covering four mountain ranges, Choctaw Country lends itself to some of the most stunning panoramas in Oklahoma.
Located in central Oklahoma around Oklahoma City, Frontier Country captures the heart and history of the state.
Situated in southwest Oklahoma, Great Plains Country stirs the imagination with sweeping fields of golden short grass and granite mountains.
Characterized by the wooded hills and winding rivers of northeastern Oklahoma, Green Country offers a serene setting for outdoor recreation.
Encompassing the Oklahoma panhandle, Red Carpet Country is named after the northwestern region’s rich red soil and looming mesas.