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Only in OKlahoma Show

Harley Covington and Brett Manzer

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Howdy Y’all…just kidding! Welcome to our page. We are the Only in Oklahoma Show, where you can hear about travel and entertainment in the Great State of Oklahoma. Our sole purpose is to shine a light on some of the people, places and stories that make Oklahoma, more than just “OK”. In fact, Oklahoma is one of the most underrated travel destinations in the country even by some of the locals. Powered by award winning podcasters (2018 Podcast Award – Society and Culture), Harley C. and Brett Ma ...
 
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Want to know one of the best kept Christmas secrets? Today we are discussing the Artesian Hotel Classic Christmas in Sulphur, Oklahoma. At the Artesian Hotel Classic Christmas, you can enjoy first-class Christmas cheer including activities and events such as cozy carriage rides, classic decorations, even special Santa and Mrs. Claus singalongs, and…
 
HunnyBunny Biscuit Co. is always a solid weekend brunch option. Service and atmosphere are always on point. This spot is a great option for a solo breakfast up to a big group gathering. The lines can get long during peak service times, but usually things move quickly. Oklahoma City embodies the Modern Frontier and defines its own future. A young ci…
 
Have you ever wanted a slide in your living room? Today we are discussing the Slideaway Hideaway Cabin in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. Slideaway Hideaway Cabin is one of the most luxurious cabins in the Broken Bow area. It is the perfect balance of intrigue and extravagance for our younger campers, young-at-heart campers, or literally anyone. Broken Bow, …
 
You don't have to risk it for this bisquit, just walk up to the counter and order one. Today we are discussing the HunnyBunny Biscuit Co. in Oklahoma City and Edmond. HunnyBunny Biscuit Co. is always a solid weekend brunch option. Service and atmosphere are always on point. This spot is a great option for a solo breakfast up to a big group gatherin…
 
What are you doing in November? The Month of November is full of family friendly fun in Oklahoma. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. St. Elijah Mediterranean Food Festival - Soak in some history and culture while celebrating Mediterranean food with the congregation of St. Elijah Antioch Orthodox Christian Church…
 
Why are ghosts such bad liars? You can see right through them. Today we are discussing a Haunted Radio Station in McAlester, Oklahoma. Shanna Warner grew up in SE Oklahoma, near the town of Wilburton. In her early career, she was a radio announcer, reporter and journalist. Today, she and her husband publish Natural Awakenings Oklahoma, a free healt…
 
Why did the skeleton go to the party alone? Because he couldn’t find any body to go with him. Today we are discussing the Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The Museum of Osteology, located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is a private museum devoted to the study of bones and skeletons. This museum displays over 350 skeletons of animal spec…
 
How can you tell if a monster likes you? He takes another bite. Today we are discussing the Haunted Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. Constantine Theater in Pawhuska, Oklahoma is the second oldest performing arts center in Oklahoma. The Constantine Theater was built in 1914 and touted as the "Finest Opera House in the Southwest." Pawhuska,…
 
Why didn’t the zombie go to school? He felt rotten. Today we are discussing Oklahoma's Bermuda Triangle in Beaver, Oklahoma. We have a great interview with Bo Luellen, author and investigator. Bo joins us to discuss the mystery of the Shaman's Portal in Beaver Dunes State Park in Beaver, OK. Is it Oklahoma's Bermuda Triangle? Did Coronado write abo…
 
What kind of boat does a vampire travel in? A blood vessel Today we are discussing the Edmond Historical Ghost Tours in Edmond, Oklahoma. At the Edmond Historic Ghost Tours you can learn about the history of Edmond and take a tour of the Downtown Area where many founding fathers of the city lived and worked. Tour guides dressed in late 1800s and ea…
 
Why don’t mummies have time for fun? They are too wrapped up in their work. Today we are discussing The Guthrie Ghost Walk in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Hear the Histories behind the Mysteries! Take a 90minute walking tour of locations in Historic Downtown Guthrie as we visit the sites that are historically most active for paranormal activity. Oklahoma's F…
 
Where does a ghost love to go swimming? The Dead Sea Today we are discussing Fort Reno in El Reno, Oklahoma. The U.S. Government commissioned Fort Reno in 1874, the same year that George Custer's expedition confirmed reports of gold in the Black Hills, and used the fort as a military post until just after World War II. Fort Reno policed and enforce…
 
What’s big, scary, and has three wheels? A monster riding a tricycle. Today we are discussing the Halloween Festival at the Castle of Muskogee in Muskogee, OK. The Castle of Muskogee covers 36,000 square feet with an accompanying Renaissance Village. The owner built the entire attraction from a warehouse and a field into a 60-acre playground. The C…
 
What happened to the cannibal who was late to dinner? They gave her the cold shoulder. Today we are discussing the Haunted Overholser Mansion and the OK Historical Society in Oklahoma City, OK. The Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS) is an agency of the government of Oklahoma dedicated to promotion and preservation of Oklahoma's history and its peopl…
 
Why do ghosts make good cheerleaders? Because they have a lot of spirit. Today we are discussing the Norman Ghost Walks in Norman, Oklahoma with Jeff Provine. During the Norman Ghost Walks, you can take a stroll down Main Street and hear the history and spooky tales from Norman history, including a Griffin Memorial Hospital. Norman is just 20 minut…
 
What is a vampire's favorite dog? A bloodhound. Today we are discussing Nightfall Haunted Territory in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Nightfall Haunted Territory is back for year number 4! Go for a night of absolute terror at the brand new Lost Lakes trail! They will take you out of your comfort zone and take you through elements like no other haunt has …
 
On today's episode we discuss the haunted Stone Lion Inn in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Guthrie's historic Stone Lion Inn Bed and Breakfast is a stately 1907 Victorian mansion that has been restored to its grandeur and converted into a luxurious place to stay. Stone Lion Inn offers six guest rooms, each beautifully decorated in a different theme. Private ba…
 
What are you doing in October? The Month of October is full of spooky festivals and fun in Oklahoma. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. Lyric Theatre presents: "The Rocky Horror Show" - What better way to celebrate Halloween than at the Majestic Theatre with the cult classic, THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW.This rock conc…
 
Turn it up! Today we are discussing Fur Fest in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Fur Fest is a locally-grown event curated for the Oklahoma music scene. It is located at The Fur Shop in downtown Tulsa, which has 3 stages prepared for use. The Fur Shop seeks to be a vessel through which Oklahoma musical artists can find exposure. The purpose of The Fur Fest is …
 
Today we have a great interview with Evan Stern, the host of the Vanishing Postcards Podcast. Evan Stern is an Austinite living in New York and has a unique perspective on the history, music and more. His passion for history, travel and music are showcased in his show, Vanishing Postcards and his storytelling will rope you in as soon as you listen.…
 
The 100 degree days are over for the year, who's ready for the outdoors? Today we are discussing the Cherokee Landing State Park in Park Hill, Oklahoma. On a peninsula in the Cookson Hills, just south of Tahlequah, Cherokee Landing State Park sits comfortably at the north end of Lake Tenkiller. While small, this gorgeous park’s unique peninsular lo…
 
What are you doing in September? We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of September. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. Rock the Route, Yukon's popular FREE concert event, returns September 1, 2022! Celebrate the Mother Road with great quality music, food trucks,…
 
The Rush Springs Watermelon Festival is an annual event celebrating the rush of local seasonal watermelons with watermelon-themed activities, carnival rides and family friendly entertainment. The Rush Springs Watermelon Festival has been an annual event since 1948, and has grown to over 20,000 festival-goers each year! The event will feature a seed…
 
Who's ready to get FUNKY? Today we are discussing the Funky Monkey Inn in Afton, Oklahoma. The Funky Monkey Inn is located on Monkey Island, OK, right in the heart of Grand Lake. Relax and unwind in one of our six unique and extraordinary movie themed rooms. The Shangri-La Golf Course, Marina, and multiple restaurants and entertainment are right do…
 
We ain't horsin' around! Today we are discussing the Mowdy Ranch in Coalgate, Oklahoma. Mowdy Ranch is Oklahoma's only Bureau of Land Management Public Off-Range Pasture for wild mustangs and one of only four such ranches in the United States. Located in the beautiful hills of southeastern Oklahoma, 10 miles northeast of Coalgate on Highway 31, thi…
 
What are you doing in August? We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of August. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. DOCOKC is hosting it's first non-fiction festival in Oklahoma City. DocOKC offers multiple awards categories, and is a designed to bring powerful doc…
 
Serving hundreds of shoppers each week, the Lawton Farmers Market is a year-round market housed in our brand-new facility located at 77 SW 4th Street, in the heart of the historic Ware district in downtown Lawton, Oklahoma. Our mission is to support our southwest Oklahoma farmers by connecting consumers directly to local food producers, strengtheni…
 
Is watermelon a fruit or a vegetable? Today we are discussing the Watermelon Festival in Rush Springs, Oklahoma with Miss Taylor Abbott, the 2022 Watermelon Queen and Mary Hill the chairman of the festival. The Rush Springs Watermelon Festival is an annual event celebrating the rush of local seasonal watermelons with watermelon-themed activities, c…
 
Are you the world's best shopper? Today we are discussing the The World's Largest Garage Sale in Duncan, Oklahoma. Join in on the annual World’s Largest Garage Sales held city wide. The Duncan Banner and the Chisholm Trail Shopper will have a Garage Sale inserts for residential garage sales and many of Duncan’s retail stores will have sidewalk sale…
 
What are you doing in July? We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of July. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. Cajun Festival is a celebration of Cajun food, music and arts/crafts which takes place around July 4 each year at the Grove Civic Center in Grove, Okla, …
 
Are you ready for the rapids? Today we are discussing the Blue River in Tishamingo, Oklahoma. Beginning near Connerville in Johnston County, the Blue River flows southeast to the Red River. This spring-fed river has a designated trout area in the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area. Other fishing opportunities exist for black bass, crappie, …
 
Do you camp like a pro? Today we are discussing Lake Wister State Park in Wister, Oklahoma. A gateway to the beautiful Ouachita National Forest, Lake Wister State Park in southeast Oklahoma offers five camping areas around the 115 miles of scenic shoreline. This outdoor haven offers park visitors a variety of activities including hiking, camping, b…
 
Greek House in Norman, Oklahoma has been a popular lunch and dinner spot for over 25 years. Renowned for serving delicious, authentic gyros, you are sure to leave this restaurant satisfied. Try a flavorful gyro with meat, lettuce and onions piled high on pita bread, or opt for a gyro plate filled with meat, Greek salad, fries and pita bread. A chil…
 
What are you doing in June? We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of June. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. The route to World Breaking ClassiC (WBC) glory returns to the United States with the World Breaking Classic USA open Qualifier 2022, where some of the w…
 
Wanna get away from it all without going far? Today we are discussing Lendonwood Gardens in Grove, Oklahoma. Lendonwood Gardens is an eight-acre botanical garden near Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Shady pathways meander through more than 1,200 different types of plants, including an amazing collection of rhododendrons, many varieties of dayl…
 
Are you feelin' peachy? Today we are discussing the Porter Peach Festival in Porter, Oklahoma. The Porter Peach Festival celebrates the area crop of peaches with a myriad of activities and events perfect for a summer day with the family. Pick peaches at nearby orchards, then head to Porter's downtown Main Street for arts and crafts, games, live mus…
 
Are you seeing double? Today we are discussing the Admiral Twin Drive-in in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Admiral Twin Drive-In is a historic movie theater located just off of Route 66 in Tulsa, OK. They've been showing movies since 1951 and have been the host to many local events. Tulsa, Oklahoma is a city on the Arkansas River. It’s known for its art deco…
 
If you listen hard enough you can hear our muscle shirts. Today we are discussing the Muscle Car Ranch in Chickasha, Oklahoma. Set on a 100-year-old dairy farm, the first 30 acres of Muscle Car Ranch in Chickasha feature a neon and porcelain sign museum. Other attractions include open air displays of rare muscle cars and bikes, automotive folk art …
 
What are you doing in May? We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of May. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. The German-American Society of Tulsa steps up by hosting the annual Germanfest, an authentic German experience you never thought could exist in Oklahoma. G…
 
This may be our sodium best episode ever! Today we are discussing the Great Salt Plains State Park in Jet, Oklahoma. Salt Plains State Park is one of Oklahoma's most unique state parks. The barren landscape of the nearby Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge is comprised of salt leftover from an ocean that covered Oklahoma in prehistoric times, and …
 
Anybody ever tell you to jump off a cliff? Today we are discussing the Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park in Hinton, Oklahoma. Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park offers breathtaking views, hiking trails, camping, RVing, swimming, nature watching and so much more! Learn more overnight amenities Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park offers several overnight lodging…
 
Do you need more festivals on Route 66? Today we are discussing the 18th annual Tabouleh Festival in Bristow, Oklahoma. The Tabouleh Fest is brought to you by the Bristow Historical Society. Visitors will enjoy craft vendors, carnival rides, the Miss Tabouleh Pageant, a children's area, a talent show and trolley rides. Saturday's festivities kick o…
 
What are you doing in April? We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of April. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. A spring tradition in Idabel, the Dogwood Days Festival features something for everyone and prides itself on providing good, old-fashioned family enter…
 
Is there gold in them there hills? Today we are discussing a story about a lost treasure in the Kiamichi Mountains near Rattan, Oklahoma. The Kiamichi Mountains, located primarily in Pushmataha, McCurtain, and Le Flore counties has elevations reaching 2,500 feet above sea level. The range lies in a frontal belt of the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas…
 
Do you want to believe? Today we are discussing a story about a possible ancient UFO hidden in the Kiamichi Mountains near Colbert, Oklahoma. Formation Video The Kiamichi Mountains, located primarily in Pushmataha, McCurtain, and Le Flore counties has elevations reaching 2,500 feet above sea level. The range lies in a frontal belt of the Ouachita M…
 
Hope you're hungry! We found some of the best Indian Tacos in the state and today we are talking with Kelly Young, the owner of Redbone Indian Tacos in Medicine Park, Oklahoma. Kelly started Redbone Indian Tacos as a fund raiser for a local couple in Medicine Park. Her grandmother's recipe and Kelly's passion for cooking have resulted in a phenomen…
 
What are you doing in March? We are discussing some of the fun events happening throughout Oklahoma during the month of March. If you want to find something new to do this month, check out the show. History Alive! on the Cherokee Strip allows you to step back in time and experience life in the Humphrey Heritage Village. On the first and third Satur…
 
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