With more than 7,600 square miles making up Chickasaw Country, there are countless places to explore. But where to start? We searched high and low throughout south-central Oklahoma to uncover some of Chickasaw Country’s hidden gems that are definitely worth the drive!
Jitters Coffee House
Latté Da Coffee House
Silver City Coffee
Silver City Coffee is Tuttle's very own drive-thru coffee shop. They are family owned and operated, and their goal is to serve Tuttle and surrounding areas with great coffee! The coffee beans and all other gourmet coffee supplies are bought from businesses right in Oklahoma City.
Ten Arrows Coffee & Bistro
Ten Arrows Coffee & Bistro in Blanchard is more than just a place to enjoy a good cup of joe. Visitors can play games upstairs in the loft or chillout on the rooftop patio while enjoying a delicious meal from the bistro.
Instagram-able Sunset Spots
Turner Falls Scenic Lookout/Arbuckle Mountains Scenic Turnouts
Fossil Creek Ranch
Muscle Car Ranch
Set on a 100 year old dairy farm in Chickasha, OK, the first 30 acres of the Muscle Car Ranch features a neon and porcelain sign museum. Other attractions include displays of rare muscle cars and bikes, automotive folk art, and oil and gas memorabilia.
Lake Murray Lodge
Take in a sunset over the water at Oklahoma’s oldest and largest state park. The Lake Murray Lodge in Ardmore has rooms and Swadley's Foggy Bottom Kitchen overlooking the lake for the perfect spot to watch the sunset.
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With ribs that fall off the bone, juicy pulled pork, and heaping portions, it is no wonder B-Ray's is a local favorite. If you are in need for catering for meetings, luncheons, graduations, birthdays, anniversaries, they are your place!
Ya Ya's Coffee and Bakery
Ya Ya's Coffee and Bakery in Purcell has the best sticky buns in town! Some of the local favorites include their pastries and specialty coffees. Stop by while strolling Main Street for a yummy dessert and delicious cup of coffee at Ya Ya's Coffee and Bakery!
Buck N' Beauties Boutique
Buck N' Beauties Boutique in Tishomingo offers the cutest fashion trends with a little bit of western flare from toddler to women's plus sizes. Be on the look out for this hidden boutique whenever you need your next girls night outfit or a mama & me matching set!
Merry Meadows Farm
Merry Meadows Farm in Kingston is a small, woman-owned farm that opened in 2020. Merry Meadows holds a old-fashioned farmers' market each month with a variety of shopping, activities from homemade pies, cakes, gifts and face painting and so much more!
Made in Chickasaw Country
Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies
You can’t take a road trip along I-35 without a pit stop at Arbuckle Mountain Fried Pies in Davis. Whether wanting a hearty breakfast pie with bacon, egg and cheese or a fruity pie with cherry or peach, these delicious treats never disappoint.
Cotton Blossom Winery
Load up into the car and head to Marlow for complimentary wine tasting at Cotton Blossom Winery. They offer 16 varieties of wine made right there on-site that are sure to suit every palette.
Petal Pusher Farms
Located just 30 miles south of Oklahoma City, Petal Pusher Farms in Purcell offers visitors a fun way to get outside and pick flowers and turn them into beautiful bouquets during their U-pick events on the farm.
Dorian’s Watermelon Stand
Dorian’s Watermelon Stand knows all about farm to table. Located between Rush Springs and Marlow, this stand offers seasonal fruits and vegetables as well as grass-fed beef, fresh salsa, pickled okra and more. Be sure to stop by when you’re headed to the Rush Springs Watermelon Festival for their delicious home-grown tomatoes and watermelon!
The Taste by Chef Rodney
Chef Rodney and the team at The Taste serve classy, country cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere in downtown Marietta where you’re sure to find something to enjoy on the ever-changing menu. Don’t forget to finish off your meal with one their delicious homemade desserts.
Museums in Chickasaw Country
Forgotten Wheels Museum
The Forgotten Wheels Museum in Davis is a must-stop for a peak at some of the most unique cars and motorcycles spanning across the decades! View vintage automobiles, classic motorcycles, memorabilia and riding accessories at this treasure trove for automotive lovers. The museum offers free admission so don't forget to pick up a couple souvenirs such as t-shirts, gifts, and postcards from this one-of-a-kind museum!
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