Tahlequah

Set in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in Oklahoma’s Cherokee County, Tahlequah is the capital city of Cherokee Nation and a venerable paradise for nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, and adventure seekers alike. Optimally located in close proximity to the Illinois River, the Tahlequah History Trail, the Sparrowhawk Primitive Area, and more, there is no shortage of things to do, see, and explore, in this lush and lively area. Here, glampers can spend their days biking and hiking through scenic trails, floating along the river in tubes or kayaks, or practicing their swing at the Cherokee Springs Golf Course. No matter how glampers choose to spend their time in this stunning area, glampers should remember that Oklahoma experiences four distinct seasons featuring warm and sunny summers, crisp autumns, brisk winters, and wet springs.