Welcome to Oklahoma - at the heart of the USA!
Oklahoma’s original settlers recognised prime land when they saw it-a fine ‘big sky’ place of tallgrass prairie and fertile red earth. ‘Oklahoma’ means ‘red people’ in the Choctaw American Indian language, and today the state is home to no fewer than 39 Native American nations-proud people who hail from all over the North American continent. Vibrant cowboy life-ranching and cattle rearing - is still strong, supporting lively communities, great farm-to-fork food and a diverse live music scene.
Five Fun Facts about Oklahoma!
Route 66 Oklahoma’s stretch of the Mother Road is rich with iconic and quirky stops and photo-ops. Check out / request your Oklahoma Route 66 guide here
Crossroads of Native America Oklahoma’s ‘first nations’ arrived there from all over the continent - as you’ll discover in the Oklahoma Indian Country guide here
Cowboy life - alive and kickin’ with longhorn cattle ranching, trail-drives, rodeos and cook-outs - not just for entertainment, but as a way of life. Check it out here
Food for body and soul Live music and hearty food are life essentials in Oklahoma. Click to view the Music Trail and Destination Dining Guide
Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department works with high quality tailor-made tour operators in Ireland, who will help you plan your bespoke road trip of a lifetime, including:
American Holidays | view
Platinum Travel | view
Shandon Travel | view
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