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Various State Parks in Oklahoma

Oklahoma State Parks





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In 2011, a need for replacing 11 playgrounds across six Oklahoma State Parks was realized by the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department as key improvements to Keystone State Park, Sequoyah State Park, Cherokee Landing State Park, Heavner State Park, Wister State Park, and Talimena State Park. These playground rehabilitation projects also included constructing parking and walkways at the project sites, rock climbers, slides, swings, safety surface, accessible entry ramps, and picnic tables. Many of these parks are lakeside summer locations that attract tourists and families for tent and RV camping. The new playground projects provide a portion of the ongoing park improvement plan that the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department has been implementing to energize Oklahoma’s tourism and revitalize the Oklahoma State Parks’ image.