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You probably know who early western icon Tom Mix was, but you might not realize he tended bar at the Blue Belle Saloon in Guthrie.
On the other side of the state, there’s the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, the Black Kettle National Grassland, and Black Kettle Museum, which commemorate peace negotiator Chief Black Kettle, the southern Cheyenne leader who was killed in Custer’s murderous raid on a village on the Washita River near modern-day Cheyenne.
The 54-mile stretch from eastern Oklahoma to western Arkansas turns fall colors that rival those of New England.
The Wichita Mountains — home of a 59,200-acre federal wildlife refuge — rise more than 1,500 feet, attracting hikers and rock climbers.
If the saloon, which dates back to Guthrie’s days as a collection of tents during one of Oklahoma’s land rushes, feels like a trip back in time, the town itself feels like worked leather.
The largest contiguous urban historic district in the United States, it has 2,169 Victorian homes and buildings.