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By on June 22, 2015 | Posted in: Local Places and Events

Oklahoma Personal InjurySummer has arrived! Children are out of school, parents are submitting their vacation plans to their employers, and everyone is getting ready for summer fun. Whether you’re heading outdoors this summer or plan to beat the heat in indoor, air-conditioned settings, Oklahoma City offers endless opportunities for summer fun. Below are the top spots you don’t want to miss, courtesy of TripAdvisor.com.

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Top Things to Do in Oklahoma City This Summer

By Car Accident Help Help on June 22, 2015 | Posted in: Local Places and Events

Oklahoma Personal InjurySummer has arrived! Children are out of school, parents are submitting their vacation plans to their employers, and everyone is getting ready for summer fun. Whether you’re heading outdoors this summer or plan to beat the heat in indoor, air-conditioned settings, Oklahoma City offers endless opportunities for summer fun. Below are the top spots you don’t want to miss, courtesy of TripAdvisor.com.

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The 4 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Oklahoma

By Car Accident Help Help on March 28, 2014 | Posted in: Local Places and Events

Oklahoma is a state full of wondrous vistas and gorgeous natural landscapes. Whether you want to go on a romantic getaway or just need to take a break from your daily routine and experience something fresh, there are plenty of options for you to explore. Mountains, waterfalls, hills, and mountains – Oklahoma has everything. You can look at a map and set off on your own adventure. However, if such a prospect seems a bit intimidating, then you can start with our mini-guide to some of the Sooner State’s most beautiful places.

Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge

This grandiose nature spot in Lawton boasts more than 59,000 acres of territory characterized by green and golden seas of prairie and mountains as old as time. Bring your binoculars and your sunhat and watch for bison herds, prairie dogs, bobcats, coyotes, and other fascinating wildlife. For a stunning panoramic view of the park, hike to the top of Mount Scott. Your breath will be taken away, guaranteed.

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