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“When we get closer to nature, it doesn’t matter if it is untouched wilderness or even a backyard tree, we do our overstressed brains a big favor!
Recently, I started thinking of some of the beautiful outdoor photos from the new Oklahoma State Parks & Outdoor Recreation Guide u2014 photos that reflect not only beauty, but peaceful surroundings, of serenity. As I began to relax looking at those outdoor photos, it hit me: This is your brain on nature.
When you order the brand-new, free Oklahoma State Parks & Outdoor Recreation Guide, you will find a fantastic 216-page guide filled with not only stu
ing photography of the Oklahoma state parks and other outdoor activities across the state, but you’ll find a lot of information. And with that information, we hope you will be quickly inspired to plan a weekend trip, a day trip, a vacation, and spend it in the great Oklahoma outdoors and relax and have fun!
It’s easy to get a free copy of the new guide. The first way is to visit a Tourism Information Center across the state. For a full list of the centers, go to TravelOK.com/Visitor_Information.
The second way is to go to the state’s official travel and tourism website, TravelOK.com. The address for the brochures page is TravelOK.com/Brochures. Put in your information, and they will be mailed to you, free of charge.
Thirdly, you can call the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department’s toll-free line, (800) 652-6552.”

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