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If you want to find some fun things to do in northeast Oklahoma, look no farther than Osage County. You will be surprised at what the small towns and local attractions have to offer on your road trip.
It will be a diverse experience as you visit the towns of Skiatook, Hominy, Pawhuska, Fairfax, Barnsdall and more. It is laid-back restful, outdoor recreation with plenty of lakes, real life cowboys and rodeos, places to eat and sleep, exciting casinos, Osage Nation heritage, museums and the Tallgrass Prairie – perhaps the best example of the prairie ecosystem left in the world. There is even an English garden in Shidler and each August enjoy classic cars at the Annual One Day Car Show.
With more than 2200 square miles, Osage County offers plenty. Come and explore all that is available in the Osage.
Outdoor/Nature Tallgrass Prairie Preserve – Pawhuska
Five Corps Lakes + 7 other lakes
Wildlife Preserve (Woolaroc, between Bartlesville and Barnsdall)
The Bivin Garden, Shidler
Canopy Tours, Post Oak Lodge & Resort - Tulsa
Lookout Memorial near Bartlesville
Osage Nation Heritage Trail Byway (Ponca City to Bartlesville)
Art/Architecture Cathedral of the Osage – Pawhuska
Constantine Theater - Pawhuska
Pawhuska Historic District
Osage Tribal Museum – Pawhuska
Osage County Historical Museum - Pawhuska
Woolaroc Museum - Bartlesville
Gilcrease Museum - Tulsa
Cha’ Tullis Gallery - Hominy
City of Murals - Hominy
Cowboy/Western Spur Collection - Fairfax
John Free cowboy bronze and Veteran’s Memorial – Fairfax
World’s largest amateur rodeo – Cavalcade – Pawhuska
Entertainment Seven Osage Casinos – Bartlesville, Hominy, Pawhuska, Ponca City
(casino-hotel-restaurant), Sand Springs, Skiatook (casino-hotel-restaurant),
Tulsa (casino-restaurant-event center)
Pioneer Day Festival-Skiatook
There is no shortage of lodging from B & B's, hotels, and cabins; a variety of dining and one-of-a-kind shopping such as authentic Native American jewelry and art, gift and antique shops, a winery and a candle factory (Keepsake Candles-Bartlesville).
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