36 Photos of Oklahoma That Will Make You Proud You Live There


After seeing how folks in the Sooner State live, you might just want to move there, too.

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1. Welcome to Oklahoma

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Robbers Cave State Park. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook
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2. Home of America’s only Quakenado

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Source: Oklahoma Nation on Facebook

3. Where they make the world go ‘round.

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Frontier City Theme park. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

4. Everything is big here.

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Golden Driller. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

5. Oklahoma has more shoreline than the East and Gulf Coasts combined.

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Grand Lake. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

6. Sooners don’t call it quits when the sun loses its shine.

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Lake Hefner. Source: The City of Oklahoma on Facebook

7. And they have some of the best artists around.

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Paseo Arts District. Source: The City of Oklahoma on Facebook

8. Every Fall, Mother Nature gets in on the action, too.

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Beavers Bend State Park

9. Sooners always hanker to get their grub on.

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Evelyn’s Soul Food, Tulsa. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

10. There is no “I” in team Oklahoma.

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Lake Overholser. Source: The City of Oklahoma on Facebook
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11. But there’s an I in Win.

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Source: Oklahoma Sooners Football on Facebook

12. They’re always ready to hit you with Thunder here.

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Source: Oklahoma City Thunder on Facebook

13. Oklahomans do more in 8 seconds than you do all day.

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Yukon. Source: Flickr user dbarronoss

14. And no one can compete with their horse sense.

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Mowdy Ranch. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

15. Every now and then you get a ‘frog strangler’ here.

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Checotah. Source: Weather Watch Oklahoma on Facebook

16. This is their old.

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Hitching Post Bed & Breakfast and Ranch. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

17. This is their new.

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Lake Murray State Park. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

18. And, this is our something blue, green, and everything between.

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Natural Fall State Park. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

19. But, Sooners REALLY look good in red, white, and blue.

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Durant. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

20. Don’t tell an Oklahoman they can’t groove.

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Elmore City. Source: chickasawcountry.com

21. Here are their gentle giants,

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Source: Oklahoma Nation on Facebook

22. here are their adventurers,

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Troop 386, Wichita Mountains. Source: troop386.org

23. And here are their Heroes, plain and simple.

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Army Sergeant First Class Ricky Bryant, Oklahoma Reserves. Source: Flickr user Expert Infantry

24. You never know what you might see here.

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Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher, State Bird. Source: Oklahoma Nation on Facebook

25. There is no ‘where’s the beef’ in Oklahoma.

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Ogemaw County. Source: Flickr user George Thomas

26. Concert heroes are born here.

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Pryor, ‘Rocklahoma’. Source: Rocklahoma on Facebook

27. And legends are raised here as well.

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Tishomingo. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

28. Sooners look pretty good in a pair of jeans.

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Edmund. Source: outlookoklahoma.com

29. When you mess with the bulls

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Foss State Park. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

30. you’ll get their horns.

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Elk City. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

31. Sooners are as solid as a rock.

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Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

32. And they’re not afraid to get their feet wet.

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Broken Bow. Source: Oklahoma Tourism on Facebook

33. So grab a cold one and stay while.

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Source: The City of Oklahoma on Facebook

34. They’ll always leave the light on.

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Lake Hefner. Source: Flickr user Kool Cats Photography

35. Because Sooners are a proud bunch.

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Barnsdale. Source: ashleyannphotography.com

36. With some old-fashioned southern hospitality.

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Turner Falls. Source: Flickr user Matthew Rutledge

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