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!


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: July 23, 2016

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#1065 Locations: Mooreland, Lawton, Norman, Chickasha, Broken Arrow

This week, experience the fun of skeet shooting in northwest Oklahoma, have outdoor summer fun at the Comanche Nation Waterpark in Lawton, indulge in some decadent sweets at Apple Tree Chocolate in Norman, explore the fascinating history at the Grady County Museum and step back into a different era at the 50’s Diner in Broken Arrow…..Don’t miss Discover Oklahoma every Saturday night on KFOR in OKC, KTUL in Tulsa and KSWO in Lawton at 6:30pm.


Mead Ranch Sporting Clays

Pat & Tonja Mead
33240 South County Road 223
Mooreland, Oklahoma 73852

For a different kind of outdoor fun, try skeet shooting in northwest Oklahoma. Mead Ranch Sporting Clays features 7 unique shooting stations on a 50 round course. Each of the 7 shooting stations features its own unique theme, some rustic, some fun, while others are more nostalgic. All ages and skill levels are welcome at Mead Ranch Sporting Clays.

Comanche Nation Waterpark

Kristen Asbury
(580) 353-6129
501 NE Lawrie Tatum Rd
Lawton, OK 73507

Soak up some cool, refreshing thrills at Comanche Nation Water Park in Lawton. Enjoy 12 acres of family fun from the Wave Pool to nine exciting waterslides. Float the day away on the Lazy River or enjoy time with the tikes in the Kiddie Pool. The four large waterslides of Comanche Nation Water Park offer thrills and chills as you speed through tubes, twists and turns and then splash down. One of the large slides includes a bowl feature that sends you swirling around before you flush out the bottom.

Apple Tree Chocolate

Scotty and Ashley Jackson
754 Asp
Norman, OK 73069

Who will admit to being a choco-holic? If you are, then Apple Tree Chocolate is a place you will need to visit soon! Whether it’s dark chocolate, light, filled or mixed with other tasty goodies, Apple Tree Chocolate can get you fixed up. And yes of course they also sell a lot of caramel apples and there are a couple a dozen different varities of those! So check out such items as their apple pie which is a secret recipe and it’s a caramel apple with white chocolate & apple pie mix. They have cookies and cream white chocolate with crushed up oreos too and lastly how about chocolate covered twinkies!! Enough said!!

Grady County Museum

Pat Cunningham
415 W Chickasha Ave
Chickasha, OK 73018

The Grady County Museum in Chickasha is housed in the former Dixie Department Store building constructed in 1907. With a focus on Grady County history, the collections include early historical documents and artifacts from the formation of the state of Oklahoma and Native American tribal artifacts. The museum also features Rock Island Railroad artifacts, military items relating to Borden General Hospital and the W & B Flying School dating from the WWII era, Grady County school collection, a barn and homestead house exhibits, medical and fine arts including music, paintings and sculpture.

50's Diner

Ryan Hamchou
(918) 806-6999
1500 W Kenosha Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74012

There’s a restaurant in northeast Oklahoma that has the look, feel and taste of everything that is 1950’s and Route 66! In this case the name says it all. It’s called 50’s Diner in Broken Arrow. You’ll not only find some good ole fashioned, homemade cooking here, but a great atmosphere and lots of friendly faces! Step back into a different era at the 50’s Diner in Broken Arrow.