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COUNTRY h friendship and unique experiences


what make the area different and unique, according to Laura Girty of Rural Enterprises of Oklahoma, Inc., also known as REI.


“I love the diversity of things to do,” Girty, a member of Al- falfa Electric Cooperative, said. “Things like riding a horse, ex- ploring dinosaurs or going to the Adventure Quest in Enid. The people are always friendly, always hospitable. With whom- ever you meet, you can have a conversation and they will take the time to tell you where to go. People are consistently willing to take time to share with you. They are always warm, friendly, and secure.”


Take a walk down the red car- pet and visit northwestern Okla- homa and its friendly locals to discover the beauty of the re- gion. Download the Red Carpet Country visitor’s guide at www. redcarpetcountry.com.


attractions by county ✓ Alfalfa


Great Salt Plains State Park and Crystal Digging


Sod House Museum U Ranch Monument


✓ Beaver Beaver Dunes


Annual Cow Chip Throwing Contest


Jones and Plummer Trail Museum


✓ Blaine Roman Nose Resort State Park Watonga Cheese Festival


✓ Cimarron


Black Mesa State Park and Nature Preserve


Cimarron Heritage Center Museum


Kenton Museum


Rita Blanca Wildlife Manage- ment Area


✓ Dewey The California Road Dewey County Jailhouse


Museum ✓ Ellis


Shattuck Windmill Mu- seum & Park


City Library Wall of Murals


Ellis County Veterans Memorial


✓ Garfi eld Enid Symphony Center


Leonardo’s Discovery Warehouse and Adventure Quest


Midgley Museum


Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center and Hum- phrey Heritage Village


Railroad Museum of Oklahoma


Splash Zone Water Park ✓ Harper


Buffalo Theatre & Com- munity Centre ✓ Kay


Cann Memorial Botanical Gardens


Conoco Museum Kaw Lake


Pioneer Woman Statue and Museum Ponca City Art Center


Standing Bear Park, Museum and Education Center


Sun ‘n’ Fun Waterpark War Memorial Park


✓ Grant Grant County Museum


Grant County Homestead- ers Monument Twister Museum


✓ Kingfi sher


Chisholm Trail Museum & Governor Seay Mansion ✓ Major


Gloss Mountains


Indian Creek Village Winery


Plymouth Valley Cellars and Winery


✓ Noble


Cherokee Strip Museum and Rose Hill School


Henry Bellmon Library and Museum


Heritage Center & Ditch Witch Museum Renfrow Miller Museum Perry Lake


✓ Texas No Man’s Land Historical


Museum Pioneer Days Rodeo in May


Sunset Lake at Thompson Park


✓ Woods Alabaster Caverns State Park


Cherokee Strip Museum Freedom Museum


Harvey House and Santa Fe Depot


Little Sahara State Park


Northwestern Oklahoma State University Museum


Rattlesnake Roundup Event


✓ Woodward Boiling Springs State Park


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