Deby Snodgrass, executive director, Oklahoma Travel and Tourism Department
Chuck Mai, vice president of public affairs, AAA Oklahoma
Mike Carrier, president, Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau
Ray Hoyt, senior vice president, VisitTulsa/Tulsa Sports Commission
Jessica Henderson, executive director, Great Plains Country Association
Sherri Rogers, executive director, Central Oklahoma Frontier Country
The most varied terrain in the nation, more miles of shoreline, rich history, eye-popping architecture and the nicest people around – Oklahoma has it all. When we asked Oklahoma’s tourism experts to dish on their favorite spots in the Sooner State, they gave us enough things to do to keep you going all summer long.
Thursday, Oct. 16-Sunday, Oct. 19 Every year, the arrival of October brings to mind festivities, great beer and entertainment that’s all-things-Bavarian. Tulsa’s Oktoberfest began in 1979, and the festival...