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Kansas / Oklahoma Travel, Tourism & Recreation

Kansas / Oklahoma is AUTHENTIC historic culture of American cowboys, frontier pioneers, 39 Native American nations, and oil tycoons. Easily explore this region to see and encounter abundant wildlife and unspoiled ecosystems along fabulous scenic byways and historic routes. Kansas has always been a crossroads for explorers, a distinctive place where land and cultures meet. Today, travellers encounter authentic frontier and Wild West activities, nostalgic towns, vast acres of the nation’s finest farm and ranch land, and the largest remaining stand of tall grass prairie in America. Once known as Indian Territory, Oklahoma is home to more American Indian tribes than any other state, with 39 tribal headquarters and members of at least 67 tribes. Visitors will find a blend of traditional and contemporary culture at art galleries, museums, historic sites, powwows, dances and festivals. The old west also lives on a working ranches, rodeos and cattle trade. You can follow the Chisholm Trail along present-day Highway 81 to the largest cattle auction in the United States held in Stockyard City in Oklahoma City. Oh, yes – you will get your kicks on Route 66 – Travellers will find nearly 400 miles of Route 66 in Oklahoma, more than any other state, where you will enjoy nostalgic motor lodges, diners and Route 66 memorabilia. Outdoors in Oklahoma can be enjoyed at over 50 state parks offering cabins, boat rentals, camping, hiking and cycling. Visit


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