About Chickasaw Country

Pack your bags and escape the ordinary to explore 7,648 square miles of beautiful landscape, charming towns, bustling main streets, First American and Western culture along with incredible food. Located on either side of the I-35 corridor in south-central Oklahoma, Chickasaw Country has everything you’re looking for and more. From lakes and cabins to casinos and luxury spas, Chickasaw Country is an exciting getaway full of adventure in every form for every age. You can visit for the day or stay a few more – there’s plenty to do! Hike through the parks, relax at the spa, browse the boutiques, learn something new and simply enjoy the different cultures surrounding you. With a wide variety of activities to keep you busy, Chickasaw Country truly is the ideal destination for you and your favorite traveling companions. We’d love to help you plan your next vacation and hope you share your experiences with us through social media by using #VisitChickasaw. 

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On behalf of the Chickasaw Nation, welcome to Chickasaw Country. We invite you to enjoy the rich, tribal culture of the Chickasaw people, natural beauty of south-central Oklahoma and the many dining, retail shops and adventures of the area. 

Governor Bill Anoatubby

With more than 7,600 square miles to explore, south-central Oklahoma has plenty of space for a family-friendly getaway. Hike the trails in the Arbuckle Mountains or Tishomingo Wildlife Refuge, spend a relaxing day at any of our scenic lakes or take a walk through the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. 

As one of only three Oklahoma parks affiliated with the National Park Service, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area offers year-round boating, fishing and camping, with more than 30 miles of trails to enjoy. 

Throughout your journey across Chickasaw Country, you will discover a remarkable variety of fascinating attractions and unique businesses, as well as historic settings perfect for a sightseeing road trip or a recreational day in the wilderness. 

Visit with tourism professionals at any of our three tourism centers for travel information and to learn more about First American cultural sites and other destinations specific to the region. 

You will find beautiful First American artwork, delicious Bedre’ Fine Chocolate, Made in Oklahoma merchandise and an array of perfect souvenirs to commemorate your time in Chickasaw Country at the Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center (Davis), Chickasaw Visitor Center (Sulphur) and Chickasaw Nation Information Center (Tishomingo).

For your next excursion, visit Chickasaw Country to discover the many exciting destinations located throughout south-central Oklahoma. 

Bill Anoatubby, Governor
The Chickasaw Nation