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A Waterway to the World

Located in the northeast corner of Muskogee County, Fort Gibson is a noteworthy spot on Oklahoma’s map – not only for its proximity to today’s beckoning outdoor recreational opportunities, but for the nearby reconstructed military fort that holds historical significance to the entire state. Near the town of 3,740 is the Fort Gibson military outpost that played a vital role...

15 Memorial Day Weekend Events Around the State

Memorial Day weekend has finally arrived! It's the unofficial start of summer, when all the kids are out of school and the temperature has hit that sweet spot between not too cold and not too hot. Now is the perfect time to get outside, and we've gathered a list of exciting activities to keep your weekend exciting. In Tulsa Tulsa Drillers...

‘Frozen in Time’

Teenagers grab a late breakfast after hunting for waterfowl. Elementary-aged kids race their bicycles down Poplar Street. Adult walkers greet each other on Garrison Avenue. Anglers fish off the old bridge spanning the Neosho (Grand) River. FUN FACTS Population 4,154 Oldest town? In addition to Fort Gibson, which didn’t incorporate until 1893, Choctaw, Salina and Vinita each claim to be the state’s oldest town. Also...