Southeastern Oklahoma contains the headquarters of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, which gives the region its name. It’s an ideal area for the wilderness aficionados, teaming with lush lakes and mountains.
Peculiarities abound in Southeast Oklahoma! The town of Hugo is interestingly known as a winter retreat (and final resting place) for circus performers, and the town of Antlers owns the title of “deer capital of the world.” Southeastern Oklahoma is home to the Spiro Mounds archeological site as well. Robbers Cave State Park, where outlaws Jesse James and Belle Star famously took refuge, is just one of the nine state parks and nearly a million acres of wilderness in the area. Purchase some cannabis in Southeast Oklahoma and see the forest for the trees with PotGuide.