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Planning a trip to Chickasaw Country? Trust our well-traveled experts to have the best insight on attractions, restaurants and accommodations throughout south-central Oklahoma!
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Chickasaw Country includes 7,648 square miles of south-central Oklahoma and encompasses all or parts of 13 Oklahoma counties.
There is a great range in geography in the area. From flat plains to the rolling hills of the Arbuckle mountain region Chickasaw Country has something for everyone. Shoreline information- how many miles/acres of shoreline.
It depends on what activities you are looking to enjoy! Summers can be quite hot, which could be taxing for hiking, but lends itself to a great time at one of our many lakes. Winter weather at times can be unpredictable, so take precautions when planning outdoor activities.
However, many cultural, gaming, and shopping activities are perfect for year-round visits!
Because the region is spread out and quite rural in places, car is most effective for travel around Chickasaw Country. Chickasaw Country is beautiful for motorcycle travel. The Heartland Flyer train also runs from Oklahoma City to Ft. Worth, with stops in Chickasaw Country.
*measured from Davis, OK (approximately the middle of Chickasaw Country)
There are many pet friendly destinations within Chickasaw Country. Each location will differ on their pet policy; check website for restrictions.
The Chickasaw Nation Welcome Center in Davis, Oklahoma has a lovely pet park for your four-legged friends.
Chickasaw Country has a number of attractions to educate the public on the history and culture of the Chickasaw Nation.
The Chickasaw Cultural Center in Sulphur, OK has a beautiful facility dedicated to sharing and celebrating Chickasaw history and culture through demonstrations and community outreach activities.
The Chickasaw Visitor Center in Sulphur, OK is an information hub and gateway to Chickasaw National Recreation Area, the only national park established at the request of a Native American tribe, the Chickasaws.
The historic Chickasaw National Capitol Building in Tishomingo, OK serves as a museum standing for the tribal identity and independence the Chickasaw people fought for.
The Chickasaw Council House Museum in Tishomingo, OK dates back to the Trail of Tears removal to the Oklahoma settlement and statehood and showcases why the Chickasaw Nation is known as "Unconquered and Unconquerable."
No, but there are 38,000 members of the Chickasaw Tribe, many of whom live in the Chickasaw Country.
The Holisso Research Center, located on the Chickasaw Culture Center campus in Sulphur, OK, offers many resources for helping the public find information about possible Native American ancestors, specifically within the Five Tribes.
Many are, but please consult individual events to find details.
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Chickasaw Country has many locations that welcome groups. For a location that best suits your needs, contact our National Sales Department at 405-767-8918.
Chickasaw Country is full of exciting rides for the individual motorcycle enthusiast or a large group.