Free 2013 travel guide available for central Oklahoma
Frontier Country Marketing Association introduces its 2013 regional travel guide to assist visitors and local residents in discovering unique tourism attractions and destinations throughout the 12 central counties Oklahoma, known as Frontier Country.
The free, full-color, 40-page 2013 Central Oklahoma Frontier Country Travel Guide includes information on attractions, dining and lodging – all organized by region and enhanced with regional descriptions of central Oklahoma, colorful photographs and more.
The 2013 guide features special articles on unique festivals, music and theatre, sports attractions and “off the beaten path” destinations in central Oklahoma. Find listings of major central Oklahoma tourist attractions including guest ranches, bed and breakfasts, recreational activities, world-class museums and a variety of family-friendly entertainment options. The guide also includes a complete 2013 calendar of events for central Oklahoma.
“Our 2013 Travel Guide is a must for visitors traveling to and through central Oklahoma,” said Sherri Rogers, Executive Director of Frontier Country Marketing Association. “This year’s guide features many unique experiences “off the beaten path” of I-35, I-40, I-44 and Route 66. Whether it’s a quick weekend getaway or a longer stay, the Travel Guide will help visitors and residents decide what to do and where to go in our 12 counties of Frontier Country.”
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