If you're already thinking ahead about fall break and possible vacation destinations, then you'll definitely want to make a trip to this small town in S.W. Oklahoma. It's the perfect fall family getaway.
Normally you don't think of Lawton, Fort Sill and the surrounding area when it comes to fancy and fabulous Airbnb rentals and experiences, but you'd be surprised. There are some amazing Airbnbs available right here.
It's one of the most epic and unusual Airbnbs in the Sooner State. Imagine staying overnight in a silo, but not just any silo. This place is a one-of-a-kind, luxurious rental that the whole family will enjoy.
This Oklahoma small town has been named 'most charming' in the state by HGTV. They recently released their "Top 50 Best Small Towns in America" list and we agree 100% with their pick for the Sooner State.
Oklahoma has the longest stretch of Route 66 and some of the most iconic and historic sights and roadside attractions to be found on "The Mother Road." The Sooner State also has a Route 66 museum filled with memorabilia and artifacts.
Now through Saturday, October 15th (10-15-22) it's crystal digging season at the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge in Jet, OK. You can harvest Selenite crystals in the Salt Plains and it's TOTALLY FREE! Time to grab your buckets, shovels, rakes, and sunscreen!
If you take the drive through Oklahoma on Route 66 you'll get to see famous landmarks like the Round Barn in Arcadia, the Blue Whale of Catoosa, the historic Coleman Theater in Miami, and of course the Route 66 Museum in Clinton, OK. If you've never been to the museum it houses one of the largest collections of Route 66 memorabilia around.