Native Americans, pioneers and cowboys may have shaped the course of a young Oklahoma City but these days this oil-rich center has come into its own for other reasons, though never forgetting its old-west culture.
Originally known as the Oklahoma Bat Caves National Wildlife Refuge, Ozark Plateau NWR was established for the protection of endangered bats and their habitat. The refuge is made up of several parcels of land located in northeastern Oklahoma. These parcels contain numerous caves considered crucial for the bats' survival. To protect the fragile habitats provided by the caves and the forests surrounding them, this refuge is currently closed to the general public.
We offer a compact version of Go-Oklahoma for mobile users, allowing you to access just the information you need on the road. Of course, you can still use the full version of Go-Oklahoma on your mobile device just as you can on your desktop.