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Chickasaw Country

Explore the diversity of Chickasaw Country in Oklahoma

Chickasaw Country covers 12,308 kilometres of south-central Oklahoma. Known for its diverse and breathtaking scenery, Chickasaw Country offers recreational lakes, state and national parks, and historical sites for curious visitors to explore. Marvel at majestic waterfalls, tour a ranch or spend the day hiking in the stunning Arbuckle Mountains. From exciting experiences to diverse attractions off the beaten path, new adventures await in the 13 counties of Chickasaw Country.

Start a journey of education and exploration in Sulphur, Oklahoma, at the Chickasaw Cultural Center, one of the largest tribal cultural centres in the United States. Watch the story of the Chickasaw people unfold through powerful demonstrations, reenactments and exhibits.

While in Sulphur, explore the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, one of six national sites in Oklahoma. Park highlights include Travertine Nature Center, Little Niagara, Veterans Lake and Lake of the Arbuckles. History buffs will enjoy the Chickasaw National Capitol and Chickasaw Council House Museum, both in Tishomingo, and the Chickasaw White House in Milburn.

Travel 201 kilometres along Interstate 35 through Chickasaw Country that links Winstar World Casino and Resort in Thackerville, Oklahoma, near the Texas border and Oklahoma City. Dive into Oklahoma culture by zipping on and off the interstate and stop into our local shops, restaurants, wineries and more. Browse First American artwork or take a dip in one of our beautiful lakes found throughout the region. It's easy to learn more about the area's history and attractions at the Chickasaw Visitor Centre in Sulphur, Chickasaw Nation Information Centre in Tishomingo, Tourism Information Centre in Thackerville and the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Centre in Davis.

Ask about the many Chickasaw Country destinations and experiences, including boutique shopping, world-class casino entertainment and gaming, more than 40 museums, and native and western cultural festivals. Or spend time outdoors enjoying hiking and lake activities, camping and horseback riding.

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