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 Many think of Steinbeck's drab description of the vast, dusty plains of Oklahoma in his novel The Grapes of Wrath, but contrary to that meek and desolate portrayal, Oklahoma is a lively, culturally flourishing state that welcomes its visitors with a hint of southern charm. As one of the country's fastest growing economies, Oklahoma is a major oil and gas producer, but also has its hands in the mix of aviation, biotechnology and energy. Over 6% of the state is protected in various forms of State and National parks, making it ideal for nature loving, leisure seeking tourists. There are 25 languages spoken within state limits, only adding to the vibrant colors of Oklahoma, making it extremely diverse and historically rich. Traveling through the lush Ozarks onto the flat grasslands; wherever guest chose to stay, one thing is for sure, the choices aren't simple. Accommodations range from hunting ranches, and lake front rentals to simple in-town motels and high class hotels.

Oklahoma City is the largest and most developed city in the region. Boasting a variety of different districts in and around town, this is one city that is built for efficiency and fun! Still the state's hub of economics, politics and culture, there are plenty of choices of lodging nearby to suit whatever guests need. The next biggest on the map is Tulsa, beautiful and lush, this region is fed with over 30 inches of rain each year, making the winters wonderful and the summers pleasant for fishing, hiking or sightseeing. A truly unique city, Tulsans pride themselves on their charm, and focus on art and festivals.

While the any of Oklahoma's larger cities do draw in a majority of the state's tourism, there are plenty of adventures waiting on the backseat. Small towns like Broken Arrow, Stillwater, and Shawnee are culturally abundant and have mini adventures waiting for the eager tourist. Stillwater is home to Oklahoma State University and is a quaint town with many attractions. Shawnee, while being even smaller, is filled with golf courses, casinos, and historical interests. All of the little towns provide lodging for guests ranging from quiet Bed and Breakfasts to hotels and inns. Visit Oklahoma to witness first hand the beauty, culture and fast growing metropolitan areas, to rid the state of Steinbeck's uncomely description.


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