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Old Choctaw Jail

The Old Choctaw Jail is located on Rock Jail Road.  From Panama, follow Rock Jail Road west for approximately three miles.The jail was originally built in 1840, and then rebuilt in 1895.  To the north of the jail was the old Choctaw County Court House for the Choctaw Nation.  The

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Cedar Lake

Cedar Lake is located in the Ouachita National Forest.  Cedar lake offers a large campground as well as other outdoor recreational facilities.The Lake and grounds cover 86 acres and is part of the 1.8 million acres of the Ouachita National Forest. Recreational facilities includes equestrian trails, swimming, boating, and fishing,

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Wild Things Farm

Wild Things Farm is a poplular agritourism location in LeFlore County.  They have a wide variety of activities throughout their 90 acre working farm.  Popular attractions include the Corn Maze, Flashlight Maze, and Pumpkin Patch.  There is also a gift shop where you can purchase gifts and farm-fresh vegtables and

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Spiro Mounds

The mounds at Spiro, Oklahoma, are among the most important archaeological remains in the United States. A remarkable assemblage of artifacts from the mounds shows that prehistoric Spiro people created a sophisticated culture which influenced the entire Southeast. There was an extensive trade network, a highly developed religious center, and

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Choctaw Casino Pocola

Experience LeFlore County like never before at the beautiful Choctaw Casino Hotel. Hit it big on one of over 1,900 slots and table games, explore a variety of delicious dining options or catch the excitement at CenterStage with some of the country’s biggest acts. With 118 premier rooms and suites

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Lake Wister State Park near Poteau, Oklahoma

Lake Wister State Park, located within the Winding Stair Scenic Byway in southwestern Oklahoma, is a gateway to the beautiful Quachita National Forest. The focal point of the lake is Lake Wister, with 7,300 surface acres and 115 miles of shoreline. The park is currently 1200 acres in size. They

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Poteau’s Dunbar City Park

Poteau's Dunbar Park is located on what used to be the old Boy Scout Camp.  The park is named in honor of the old Dunbar School, which was an all-black school and the first in Oklahoma to be desegregated.  The park was founded by Ms. Ladell Phillips , Mrs Byrd,

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Heavener Deer Pen and Caboose

The Heavener Lions Club maintains a deer pen for the public.  It is located on US-59 near the historic downtown area.The Heavener Chamber of Commerce has an old railroad car.  It is located just next to the Lions Club Deer Pen.There is also a small park and seating area at

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Twyman Park in Poteau

Twyman Park is a 20 acre public park managed by the City of Poteau.  Constructed in the 1930's, it was one of the areas largest WPA projects. The park features a large pond, trails, swimming pool, playgound, lighted tennis courts, and other features.  Adjacent to the park is Carl Albert

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