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.
The area around this beautiful, clear lake is rich in history of the Cherokee Nation. A nearby point of interest is Tsa-La-Gi, an authenic recreation of a Cherokee Village of 1700's, where the Trail of Tears drama is presented.
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From Muskogee, 21 mi SE on OK 10, 7 mi E on OK 10A.
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