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  • One of the oldest and most popular wildlife refuges in the system is the Wichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge. Located amidst the rugged beauty of western Oklahoma, this 60,000 acre stretch o...

  • The Wichita Mountains are located in the southwestern portion of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The mountains are a northwest-southeast trending series of rocky promontories, many capped by 540 million-y...
  • The Sans Bois Mountains are a small mountain range in southeastern Oklahoma and part of the larger Ouachita Mountains. It is a frontal belt of the Ouachita Mountains and is located in Haskell and Lati...
  • The Quartz Mountain Resort is located in Oklahoma’s Quartz Mountain Wildlife Refuge, one of the states original seven state parks. The resort offers a large number of amenities, including gif...

  • The Kiamichi Mountains are a mountain range in southeastern Oklahoma. A subrange within the larger Ouachita Mountains that extend from Oklahoma to western Arkansas, the Kiamichi Mountains sit within L...
  • The Glass Mountains or Gloss Mountains are a series of mesas and buttes that extend from the Permian red beds of the Blaine Escarpment of northwestern Oklahoma in Major County. The Glass Mountains str...
  • The Boston Mountains area is a high and deeply dissected plateau located in northern Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma. The Oklahoma portion of the range is locally referred to as the Cookson Hills. The r...
  • The Arbuckle Mountains are an ancient mountain range in south-central Oklahoma in the United States. The granite rocks of the Arbuckles date back to the Proterozoic Era some 1.4 billion years ago whic...
  • The Antelope Hills in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma are a series of low hills in the bend of the Canadian River. They were a major landmark for the Plains Indians and travelers on what is now the weste...