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  • Published on Oct 18, 2016
    Top Fall Activities in Oklahoma

    Top Fall Activities in Oklahoma

    Fall is a great time of year for many different activities, fall food, and festivals.  From pumpkin patches to haunted housing, tailgating for your favorite sports team to and roasting marshmallows around a bonfire; all are fun activities for the whole family. There are plenty of different places in Oklahoma for some fall fun. Here’s a look at the top fall activities in Oklahoma.

    1. Haunted Houses- Everyone loves a good scare at Halloween. The Old Poteau Jail House offers a fright you won’t forget.  Located at 301 S McKenna this scare house is located in a jail house that’s over a century old. All the creeks and groans of the old building add the special touch to the scary monsters lurking around every twist and turn inside the old jail.  Visitors say this is one of the best scares in the area and this year they have added more rooms to wind in and out of to make for a longer scare.
    2. Seasonal Treats and U-Pick Farms- Pumpkin picking is one of the top activities of fall for people of all ages.  Wild Things Farm in Pocola has fun fall activities for the whole family.  Other than the u-pick pumpkin patch you can test your navigational skills in their 7 acre corn maze.  To make things a little more challenging you can hang around until dark and go through the maze at night.  Wild Things Farm also has a market with farm fresh goods for you to taste and take home.  Fresh treats like jams and jellies, fresh baked breads and pies and homemade apple cider are available in their market daily.
    3. Scenic Drives- Autumn leaves in Oklahoma offer some of the best colorful scenic drives around. From the bright hues of yellows, oranges, and reds that roll through the valleys and hills paint serene pictures of the landscape.  The drive through the Ouachita National Forest and the Taliema National Scenic Byway is one of the most popular drives through Oklahoma for viewing fall foliage.  You get to view the state’s fall foliage at its finest. You can spend the day driving down the highway and camp under the stars at the campgrounds of Ouachita National Forest at night.

    For more information on other fall activities happening around Oklahoma, visit www.travelok.com.

    Lewis RV Center

    Fall is here but winter is approaching fast. If you are looking to get your RV winterized and ready to be stored away for the season let the service staff at Lewis RV Center help you out. Call to set up your appointment today. 405-232-1800. 

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