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Question: Which national parks and forests are in Oklahoma?

Quick Answer:

...Black Kettle & McClellan Creek National Grasslands and Ouachita National Forest.

Expanded Answer:

Following are national forests in Oklahoma:

  • Black Kettle & McClellan Creek National Grassslands
  • Ouachita National Forest

There are no national parks in Oklahoma however there are many national historic sites and national historic trails as follows:

  • Chickasaw National Recreation Area (Sulphur, OK)
  • Fort Smith National Historic Site (Fort Smith, AR, OK)
  • Oklahoma City National Memorial (Oklahoma City, OK)
  • Santa Fe National Historic Trail (CO, KS, MO, NM, OK)
  • Trail Of Tears National Historic Trail (AL, AR, GA, IL, KY, MO, NC, OK, TN)
  • Washita Battlefield National Historic Site (Cheyenne, OK)
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