News On 6 Oklahoma Outdoors: The saying home is where the heart is, couldn't be more true than here in the Sooner State. And for a lot of Oklahomans, the outdoors is where it's at.
Part 2 of News On 6's special on Oklahoma Outdoors. Learn more about wildlife conservation, the fishing industry - including noodling - and our state parks.
News On 6 special on Oklahoma Outdoors. Pawhuska's Ree Drummond, Blake Shelton in Tishamingo, Woolaroc and Gathering Place.
News On 6 special on Oklahoma Outdoors. In this segment, we look at glamping in Oklahoma City's Orr Family Farm, cave camping near Freedom, Oklahoma, Bigfoot tours and Route 66.
While not everyone is convinced that he exists, one thing townspeople in Hochatown, Oklahoma do believe is that Bigfoot is big business.
Alabaster Caverns is the largest natural gypsum cave in the world open to the public. Many visitors don't realize you can also spend the night in a smaller cave nearby.
You can camp out in a pioneer wagon - outfitted with the latest amenities - at Orr Family Farm in Oklahoma City.
Tulsa's Gathering Place hasn't even been open for a year, and it snagged the number one new attraction in America according to USA Today.
You don't have to go far in our great state to get a taste of the outdoors. We found several programs aimed at getting kids excited to put down their electronics and enjoy the great outdoors.
If you're traveling to Waynoka, Oklahoma, northeast of Woodward, chances are you're here for one reason --- Little Sahara State Park.
The estate of Oklahoma's oil tycoon Frank Phillips is drawing in more than 100,000 visitors every year.
Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond has created an empire in Osage County, and her shops in Pawhuska are the crown jewel.
When you arrive at the Great Salt Plains in Jet, Oklahoma, it looks like the beach. Grab your shovels as we visit an spot in Oklahoma where you can dig for crystals. And the kind you uncover, can't be found anywhere else in the world.
Oklahoma has more miles of shoreline than the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts combined, so with well over a million acres of water, our state is a premier place for folks who love to fish.
Oklahoma has more than 200 lakes, created by dams, the most of any state in the country. Grand Lake of the Cherokees is the third largest and one of the most popular.
From hunting deer and turkey, to fishing for catfish and bass, Oklahoma wildlife is thriving. The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation is dedicate to making sure that continues.
The beauty and peaceful sounds of rushing water at Little Niagara is what brings thousands of people to Oklahoma each year, and for some families, it's become a tradition.
Governor Kevin Stitt says Oklahoma is better than OK and we need to let people know. He made tourism a top priority when he took office earlier this year and now state leaders are focused on Oklahoma 2.0.