Oklahoma Travel Guide
Oklahoma is the geographical and cultural crossroads of America, where the green mountains of the East dissolve into the golden prairies of the West. A dozen ecosystems blanket the state, which cradles 200 man-made lakes, more than 1 million surface-acres of water, and 2,000 more miles of shoreline than the Atlantic and Gulf coasts combined. With deep ties to Native Americans, Oklahoma (derived from the combination of two Choctaw words meaning "red people") is home to 39 tribal headquarters.
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