Thursday, August 6, 2015

Adventures Abound on Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma

Looking for a road trip adventure? Then check out the Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma! This road-based wildlife-watching trail spans 1,777 miles of western Oklahoma's unexpected landscape and showcases areas of the state primed for outdoor enthusiasts!
   The Great Plains Trail consists of 13 driving loops and over 100 public and privately-owned destinations. Each driving loop takes you through distinctive habitats and each destination provides a fantastic opportunity to explore the region. As you travel through western Oklahoma, watch for the brown road signs emblazoned with our state bird, the scissor-tailed flycatcher, to guide your journey!
   Adventures are waiting for you at the following Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma Destinations!
Alabaster Caverns State Park
Washita National Wildlife Refuge
Black Mesa Nature Preserve
Red Rock Canyon State Park
Little Sahara State Park
Gloss Mountain State Park
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Lake Evans Chambers
Beaver River Wildlife Management Area
Quartz Mountain Nature Park
Four Canyon Preserve
Great Salt Plains State Park
Roman Nose State Park
   Find more destinations and start planning your next road trip at