Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and  Ron Stahl

Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and Ron Stahl

Hitch a ride with us each week to discover friendly folks, tucked-away attractions, roadside eateries, and grand adventures – from the extreme... to the serene – plus, insider tips for making your next Oklahoma get-away unforgettable!


Discover Oklahoma is shown Saturdays at 6:30 pm on KTUL-8 in Tulsa, KFOR-4 in Oklahoma City, KSWO-7 in Lawton. Or at 6:00 pm Saturday on KXII, Sherman/Denison, Texas and KCTU in Wichita, Kansas.

AIR DATE: August 30, 2014

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#983R Locations: Skiatook, Lawton, Moore, Tulsa, Davis

Discover Oklahoma is enjoying the great outdoors of the state. Come with us on a trip through Oklahoma's wildlife, waterfalls, and go up in the clouds for a birds-eye-view. We'll also sample some great food in Tulsa, and head to Moore for frozen treats!


Skydive Airtight
1651 S Lombard Lane
Skiatook, OK

Skydive Airtight is a skydiving facility located 15 miles north of Tulsa, Oklahoma at the Skiatook Municipal Airport since 1999. They offer three types of training for first time jumpers. Enjoy breath-taking views as you experience the mind-blowing, adrenaline rush of skydiving.
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Wichita Mountain Wildlife
32 Refuge Headquarters
Indiahoma, OK (near Lawton)

The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is a one-of-a-kind destination in southwest Oklahoma. Located near Cache and Lawton, the refuge spans over 59,000 majestic acres and is home to free range buffalo, Texas longhorn cattle, prairie dogs, elk and deer. Visitors will be astounded by the amount of incredible scenery and wildlife offered within the refuge. Recreation opportunities include mountain biking, rock climbing, rappelling, hiking, camping, picnic areas and fishing. While visiting the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge, drive to the top of Mount Scott, which stands 2,464 feet above sea level. Additional attractions located within the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge include the Holy City of the Wichitas, Quanah Parker Lake, Parallel Forest, Forty-Foot Hole, and Narrows Canyon.
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Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen offers American food favorites as well as an array of ice cream treats. Delightful sundaes with a number of toppings, waffle cones, chocolate-dipped cones, banana splits and Dilly Bars are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth, but the main attraction is the Blizzard. Quench your thirst with a cold Orange Julius smoothie, or even Stop in for lunch or dinner and try a juicy burger, BLT, hot dogs and more.

The Spudder
6536 E 50th Street
Tulsa, OK

The Spudder Restaurant in Tulsa draws diners in with its top-notch steaks and other fresh dishes. The casual restaurant pays homage to Tulsa's rich oil history by decorating the walls of the dining room with oil memorabilia. The 22-ounce bone-in aged rib-eye served with your choice of fries or a baked potato called The Gusher, seems to be the menu item most popular. In addition to hearty steaks, The Spudder serves up seafood favorites like lobster, halibut and pasta served with sauteed shrimp. Regardless of which entree you choose, be sure to save room for dessert. The restaurant keeps locals satisfied with peach, apple and blackberry cobblers.
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Turner Falls
US Hwy 77 South (just off I-35)
Davis, OK

Turner Falls is Oklahoma's tallest waterfall, dropping 77 feet into a natural swimming pool. Located in the Arbuckle Mountains, which are among the oldest mountains on earth, Turner Falls Park has been described as one of the three geological windows into our past. The highlight of Turner Falls Park is the clear water that flows throughout the park creating rippling creeks and natural swimming pools perfect for keeping visitors cool on hot summer days. Visitors to Turner Falls Park will also enjoy hiking along the nature trails and exploring the park's three caves. Campers will find RV and tent campground areas as well as privately owned rental cabins in the park.
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