Fall is officially in full swing, which means all things pumpkin, crisp days, and colorful fall foliage. If you’re looking to hit the road this weekend in search of the area’s most colorful views, look no farther than our list of best fall drives in Oklahoma.
Talimena National Scenic Byway
Located in southeast Oklahoma, Talimena National Scenic Byway offers a majestic view of fall foliage peppered along the state’s most scenic driving route. The Byway is a 54-mile route that twists through the hardwoods and evergreen pines of the Ouachita National Forest.
Beavers Bend & Highway 259
Head even farther south to Highway 259 for even more impressive fall foliage. Begin in Big Cedar, and head south along the tops of the Ouachita Mountains, and end in Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Park.
Tahlequah & Highway 10
Stay close to Miami, Oklahoma with this captivating drive. Begin in Miami, and head south along Highway 10 for meandering roadways that head straight into the area’s best areas for fall foliage, near Grand Lake. Continue to the historic town of Tahlequah for a charming afternoon in the capital of the Cherokee Nation.
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