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garmp

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Posted: 01/17/22 02:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What is worth seeing/doing including RV camping in Northeast Oklahoma?
Not into big cities, but rather nature, history, & unique features/sights & eateries. A couple of weeks worth with 3 or so nights per stop in a 26' B+.


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The only thing I have on my map is Will Rodgers home and a cluster of COE CG but
You'll find plenty here


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Qait a must see: Mr Ed's grave (maybe) more like east central OK tho. But worth the trip...heh

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agesilaus wrote:

The only thing I have on my map is Will Rodgers home and a cluster of COE CG but
You'll find plenty here

Couldn't get your link to work.
But thanks.

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Atlas Obscura

Try that

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Thanks. Great site.

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garmp wrote:

Thanks. Great site.


There's one for every state

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agesilaus wrote:

Qait a must see: Mr Ed's grave (maybe) more like east central OK tho. But worth the trip...heh


When I was a kid my family would always take long road trips in the summer (dad was a fireman and banked up his time). My mom would research in advance and make us stop and random cemeteries where some long-lost relative was buried, and then she'd turn on the water-works. It was always concerning to us young kids, but dad told us to just keep quiet and let mom be mom (bless her heart).

Not that we're related to Mr. Ed (or Francis either), but I wonder if she'd break down at his grave site?


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Oklahoma State Parks

We enjoyed our 3 night stay at Sequoyah SP about 4 years ago. I've heard Greenleaf SP is nice as well. Travelers I've talked to enjoy all the SPs around Grand Lake.

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I still recall the Giant Frog, my mother and I were driving from NJ to AZ, this before Insterstates took over. We kept seeing SEE the Giant Frog signs which we followed to the Giant Frog location where after paying up we were ushered in to see the plaster frog....heh. On the other hand we stopped at Mammouth Cave and took a tour down all the way to the river where there was a boat. No longer allowed.

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