Lush grasslands surround many Oklahoma campgrounds, giving the state a distinctly Western feel. Oklahoma is proud of its rich Native American heritage. In Tahlequah, the capital of the Cherokee Nation, signposts in the historic district are written in both English and Cherokee; Tsa-La-Gi re-creates a traditional Cherokee village. Cattlemen and cowboys still roam about Oklahoma City, especially in the Stockyards City district, where you'll find authentic Western wear and steakhouses near one of the country's largest stockyards. Don't miss the Route 66 museums in Elk City and Clinton. All of these great Oklahoma attractions are easily accessible from your RV, cabin or tent.