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Chickasaw National Park Sulphur

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Chickasaw National Park
Chickasaw National Recreation Area
1008 West Second Street
Sulphur
OK
73086
Tel: (580) 622-7236

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Chickasaw National Recreation Area is in southcentral Oklahoma, between Dallas, Texas and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.Chickasaw National Recreation Area is located on State Highway 177, just south of the town of Sulphur, Oklahoma. The park is approximately 90 miles south of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma . Driving south on US I- 35 take exit 55 to State Highway 7. The park is approximately 120 miles north of Dallas, Texas. Driving north on US I-35 take exit 51 to State Highway 77 until reaching Hwy 7. Drive through the towns of Davis (3 miles) and Sulphur (10 miles) to the intersection of Hwy. 7 and 177. Drive south on Hwy. 177. Park Headquarters is located at 1008 West Second Street in Sulphur, Oklahoma.

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Peaceful Valley of Rippling Waters The Peaceful Valley of Rippling Waters appropriately describes Chickasaw National Recreation Area, known for its many mineral springs, cool water, flora, fauna, and wildlife. Here one's mind may wander back in time to when the early American Indian came to this area to rest, relax at the water's edge, and hunt for their food from the abundant wildlife.
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    Our first visit to WBR was with granddaughter visiting from NJ; live snakes, drawers of native flora & fauna captivated her inquisitive mind-ours too! History of the area, elevated maps for flooding, a nature trail where red headed woodpeckers were seen; all manner of native flowers blooming! Aside from great photos of our grand, she had memories to share during "Show & Tell" back in Jersey. The end of the boardwalk opening onto Weeks Bay is a fitting end to the walk; picnic lunch [take your trash back with you!] while talking about our adventure...Read More

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by Helen Trammell

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Our first visit to WBR was with granddaughter visiting from NJ; live snakes, drawers of native flora & fauna captivated her inquisitive mind-ours too! History of the area, elevated maps for flooding, a nature trail where red headed woodpeckers were seen; all manner of native flowers blooming! Aside from great photos of our grand, she had memories to share during "Show & Tell" back in Jersey. The end of the boardwalk opening onto Weeks Bay is a fitting end to the walk; picnic lunch [take your trash back with you!] while talking about our adventure was a grand afternoon. Next visit we booked a bird watching tour via the WBR pontoon boat; met interesting people, saw a Bald Eagle, Pelicans, porpoises, turtles; a magical adventure both times. Now we visit monthly. AND the Pitcher Plant Bob is right around the corner! Bring bugspray!

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