Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and Dino Lalli

Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and Dino Lalli

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 5:00 pm Saturday on KXII, Sherman/Denison, Texas and KCTU in Wichita, Kansas.

AIR DATE: May 30, 2015

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#1017 Locations: Woodward, Waynoka, Tulsa

This week we'll show you where to jump into the sand in Waynoka, slip and slide in Woodward, learn some Tulsa history, and grab a taste of Germany in Tulsa.


Crystal Beach Park
580-256-9990 Toll Free: 877-437-9990
108 Temple Houston Dr
Woodward, OK

Crystal Beach Park & Lake in Woodward has something for everyone. Catch a baseball game at Fuller Park, go for a swim at the Aquatics Center, take a train ride around the park on the Kiwanis train or hit the greens at the on-site golf course or the mini golf course. Crystal Beach Park is a favorite spot for picnics, cook-outs, fishing, walking, tennis, mini-golf, golf and more.

Little Sahara State Park
101 Main St
Waynoka, OK

A prime example of Oklahoma's diverse terrain, Little Sahara State Park boasts over 1,600 acres of sand dunes, ranging in height from 25 to 75 feet. The vast dunes have formed over time from terrace deposits, remnants of prehistoric times when the Cimarron River flowed over the entire area. The main attraction at Little Sahara State Park is dune buggy and ATV riding across the sand dunes. Visitors can either bring their own ATV or rent one off-site by a private vendor. Either way, visitors will have a blast in this mini-desert atmosphere, known as one of the best riding spots for ATVs in the Midwest.

Greenwood Historical District
Greenwood Ave
Tulsa, OK

The Greenwood District was once one of the most affluent African American communities in the United States with a population of over 10,000 people. The area thrived, and the main thoroughfare through the area on Greenwood Avenue was known as “Black Wall Street” by the 1920s. Black doctors, lawyers and businessmen had their offices along this street. In 1921, the Tulsa Race Riot became one of the worst acts of violence spurned by racism in American history. During the mid-1920s, the area was rebuilt and soon thrived again. You can learn about the vast and interesting history of the Greenwood District at the Greenwood Cultural Center and the Mabel B. Little Heritage House. The Guess Building survived the Race Riot and is now on the National Register of Historic Places, and the John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park is a beautiful and moving memorialization of those who were affected by the 1921 riot.

Margaret's German Restaurant
5107 S Sheridan Rd
Tulsa, OK

If you're in Tulsa and looking for a truly authentic German experience, look no further than Margaret's German Restaurant & Deli. A kind and attentive wait staff, a dining room decorated in German memorabilia and an expansive menu of German and American favorites all come together to create the perfect dining experience. Enjoy traditional German fare like liverwurst or bierwurst on rye bread or have more traditional American meats on your sandwich like smoked turkey or the triple decker with pastrami, corned beef and Swiss cheese. Try the wurst plate for an appetizer, featuring a sampling of German sausages before digging into a delightful assortment of entrees.