Cities and Counties » Great Lakes

There are hundreds of fascinating places to go in Oklahoma. Oklahoma towns and cities feature a variety of attractions ranging from quaint bed-and-breakfasts and small town diners to first-class accommodations and dining. Experience our museums, monuments, historical sites, parks and more! Each town in Oklahoma has a unique flavor of its own.

From discovering our majestic landscape, to touring our stretch of Route 66, to exploring our metro areas, there are so many things to do and places to visit in Oklahoma. .

Use the map below to explore our cities and plan your next trip!.

Click on city or lake from list on left sidebar to map that point, and click the marker to find out more information.

36.4367575 -95.2713584 Adair

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36.693687 -94.9630171 Afton

Located in the northeast corner of Oklahoma, near Afton, Grand Lake O' the Cherokees is truly grand. With a shoreline that stretches over 1,300 miles and the best bass fishing in the state, your resort is located on a peninsula named Monkey Island and enjoys some of the best lakeside amenities anywhere. You can take… (read more)

36.6159107 -94.91773649999999 Bernice

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36.5378651 -95.22135800000001 Big Cabin

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36.188987 -95.74581699999999 Catoosa

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36.535647 -95.43247400000001 Chelsea

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36.1859301 -95.34302389999999 Chouteau

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36.3125963 -95.61608999999999 Claremore

Getting away for a day, a night or a weekend, Claremore can provide a visitor with history, festivals, shopping and dining. Over 300 antique dealers line the quaint streets of the historic downtown, making it one of the most sought after shopping destinations in Green Country. Claremore Attractions Located… (read more)

36.264249 -94.69300140000001 Colcord

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36.3645384 -95.83887659999999 Collinsville

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36.4811945 -95.01496150000003 Disney

Picture in Scripture Amphitheater was founded in 1985 by Bill and Linda Goldner. Located near the shores of beautiful Grand Lake in Disney, Ok, the amphitheater has presented the Goldner's original award-winning biblical productions for visitors from all 50 states and 95 foreign countries.  In their 21… (read more)

36.7511833 -94.84745670000001 Fairland

Fairland sits between Vinita and Miami about 15 miles from the Missouri border.  Only 4 miles south is Bernice State Park. Twin Bridges State Park is 11 miles northeast from… (read more)

36.4348166 -95.51942050000002 Foyil

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36.5936863 -94.76911860000001 Grove

Nestled in the foothills of the Ozarks and along the shores of Grand Lake, Grove is the “Centerpiece” of Grand Lake O' the Cherokees and offers the largest concentration of accommodations, restaurants, shops, services, and recreational attractions of the area. A year-round calendar of activities… (read more)

36.1512097 -95.50941949999998 Inola

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36.4211914 -94.79689589999998 Jay

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36.2050851 -94.7977277 Kansas

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36.5245267 -95.02385129999999 Ketchum

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36.4639736 -95.0477401 Langley

Just a short 45 minutes from Tulsa, the South Grand Lake area is a large and integral part of the dynamic growth of Grand Lake o' the Cherokees. The Pensacola Dam was constructed in the 1930's and the workers were so entranced with the area that they established homes nearby. Dam tours are available. The premier… (read more)

36.2000936 -95.1677401 Locust Grove

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36.8745146 -94.87745540000003 Miami

Come Explore Where East Meets West! Since its official beginning on Nov. 11, 1926, Route 66, one of the most popular Oklahoma attactions, has been embraced by the American public. Often referred to as "The Birthplace of Route 66", Oklahoma was part of the road's beginning when Tulsa businessman… (read more)

36.6096698 -94.87752060000003 Monkey Island

Grand Lake O' the Cherokees, in the northeast corner of Oklahoma, is truly grand, with a shoreline that stretches over 1,300 miles and the best bass fishing in the state. Your resort is located on a peninsula named Monkey Island and enjoys some of the best lakeside amenities anywhere. Hop on board one of two Cherokee… (read more)

36.4470387 -95.70831499999997 Oologah

If you are looking for places to visit in Oklahoma's Green Country you will want to take a look at Oologah and it's hstoric downtown.   Enjoy this relaxed atmosphere while enjoying restored buildings and the Oologah Historical Museum. The Cherokee Kid Monument at the historic… (read more)

36.9870116 -94.83078439999997 Picher

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36.2997222 -95.3138889 Pryor

Searching for things to do in Oklahoma? Then take a look at Pryor, "A city for all Seasons". One of Pryor's most appealing qualities is its far-reaching lifestyle options and quality of life. The community and its area offer several distinct lifestyles to meet the needs of its residents and… (read more)

36.9545117 -94.78800569999999 Quapaw

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36.2928692 -95.15329659999998 Salina

When looking for places to visit in Oklahoma, don't miss Salina.  Located on the beautiful Lake Hudson, it is laid back and relaxing yet here you will find camping, boat ramps and marinas.  It is small town Oklahoma with friendly people, beautiful scenery (especially in the fall) and this makes… (read more)

36.6386937 -95.15413389999998 Vinita

Vinita is nestled where the golden prairies meet the foothills of the Ozarks. This northeastern corner of Oklahoma is abundant with natural beauty and recreational opportunities. Established in 1871, and the second oldest town in Oklahoma, Vinita was born under the struggles of the Cherokee Nation and the… (read more)

36.8736854 -95.09579680000002 Welch

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36.1761926 -94.5749419 West Siloam Springs

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36.7934028 -94.72522839999999 Wyandotte

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36.2196403 -95.0292522 Rose

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