The Top 3 Fall Foliage Spots in Oklahoma

Fall doesn’t get enough credit in the Sooner State. Milder temperatures, uncrowded roads and breathtaking fall scenery are enough to rival the hotter days of summer. Fire up your RV and cruise down to these three destinations in Oklahoma for some of the best fall foliage our country has to offer.

Talimena National Scenic Byway

The Talimena National Scenic Byway is Oklahoma’s most popular scenic drive, and fall is the best of time of year to cruise along it in your RV. The 54-mile-long route weaves through the brightly-colored trees of the Ouachita National Forest while offering breathtaking views of the tallest mountain range between the Rockies and Appalachians. Don’t forget your picnic supplies, because the Talimena State Park is an ideal place to stop and stretch your legs.

Robbers Cave State Park

Why admire the fall colors from your vehicle when you can spend days camped among them? Robbers Cave State Park, just 5 miles north of Wilburton, offers the vibrant fall colors of the Sans Bois Mountain Range. Hiking, biking, camping, repelling, fishing and snapping stunning photos are just a few of the activities you can enjoy in this scenic atmosphere. Even better, you can park your RV at one of the state park’s RV campsites and take in the sights for days.

Chickasaw National Recreation Area

The Chickasaw National Recreation Area, in southern Oklahoma, offers a breathtaking backdrop and so many outdoor activities that you’ll never want to leave. Admire the leaves as they fall along the Lake of the Arbuckles’ 36 miles of coastline or explore the park’s countless other lakes and streams. And don’t miss a trip to Turner Falls, where you’ll watch crystal clear water cascade 77 feet down into a natural pool.

Travel Throughout Oklahoma in Your RV

There’s no better way to admire Oklahoma’s fall foliage than in the comfort and convenience of an RV from Leisure Time RVs in Oklahoma City. Stop in and see us to start your new RV lifestyle today.

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