Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and Dino Lalli

Hosted by: Jenifer Reynolds and Dino Lalli

Hitch a ride with us each week to discover friendly folks, tucked-away attractions, roadside eateries, and grand adventures – from the extreme... to the serene – plus, insider tips for making your next Oklahoma get-away unforgettable!

AIR TIME

Discover Oklahoma is shown Saturdays at 6:30 pm on KTUL-8 in Tulsa, KFOR-4 in Oklahoma City, KSWO-7 in Lawton. Or at 5:00 pm Saturday on KXII, Sherman/Denison, Texas and KCTU in Wichita, Kansas.

AIR DATE: November 22, 2014

Current Episode

#999 Locations: Springer, Oklahoma City, Ardmore, Tishomingo, Tulsa

Join us as we have some fall fun in Tishomingo, taste some incredible eats in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, start some early Christmas shopping in Ardmore, have a peaceful visit at the OKC National Memorial, and once again try to figure out the mystery of Magnetic Hill.

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Magnetic Hill

One of Oklahoma's greatest mysteries is Magnetic Hill, located near Springer. Over the years, a phenomenon has brought hundreds of people to experience the force of Magnetic Hill for themselves. On Magnetic Hill, you will get a sense that instead of your car rolling downhill with the motor turned off, it will actually roll uphill. Whether caused by ghosts, a magnetic force, alien contact or an optical illusion, this is something you have to see for yourself.


Steak and Catfish Barn

www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.7228
405-475-0227
10603 N I-35 Service Rd
Oklahoma City, OK

The Steak & Catfish Barn in Oklahoma City is as down home as it gets, but this eatery's specialty will have you coming back time and time again for piping-hot, hand-breaded catfish filets. Although its original location in Edmond closed after 15 years, the recipes and atmosphere live on in its current Oklahoma City location. The Steak & Catfish Barn was also featured on the popular Travel Channel TV show "Man vs. Food" with Adam Richman.


The Brown Paper Bag

www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.22150
580-223-1322
1704 Mclish St
Ardmore, OK

The Brown Paper Bag is not your ordinary store. It’s an inviting place to shop for décor, candles, gourmet food, kitchenware, jewelry, coffee and more. Located in the heart of Ardmore, Brown Paper Bag is the one-stop shop for whatever gift you may need.


Baker's Acres

www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.16511
580-371-3529
11250 S Muldrow Ave
Tishomingo, OK

If you're in the mood for fresh, Oklahoma pecans, look no further than Baker Pecans. Located in Tishomingo, this family owned and operated business offers the tasty nuts cracked or shelled as well as specialty pecan gift baskets, a wide variety of jams, local honey and all kinds of pecan candy. In the fall, bring your little ones out and enjoy a playful hay or train ride, or let them play king of the mountain on soft bales of hay. Afterward, visit the petting zoo where you can interact with friendly goats, rabbits and more. Test your sense of direction with a trek through the corn maze and satisfy your appetite with a stop at the snack shack. Baker Pecans and Baker's Acres in Tishomingo is your one stop shop for family fun.


Lola's Gypsy Caravan

www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.22151
918-269-6076
1347 E 11th St
Tulsa, OK

You may remember the Tulsa favorite Lola’s at the Bowery when it was in the Brady District, well now it’s back in a new airstream, on Rt 66, with a new name for you to enjoy the great tastes it’s always had. Lola’s Gypsy Caravan serves American (New & Traditional), Mexican, Vegan and Vegetarian dishes. The food is fresh and delicious! You can also catch Lola’s at Guthrie Green on Wednesdays.


OKC National Memorial

www.travelok.com/listings/view.profile/id.5449
405-235-3313 Toll Free: 888-542-4673
620 N Harvey
Oklahoma City, OK

One of the city’s most notable destinations, the Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum stands as a celebrated example of a living monument to honor those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever by the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.