Now that the weather is nice and hot, Oklahomans are practically on the edge of their seats waiting for the opportunity to put their bathing suits back on. While many might want to visit their nearest pool or ocean, waterfalls are really where it's at. These natural Oklahoma waterfalls will blow you away with how incredible and refreshing they are for you and your skin.

Lake Bluestem is home to Bluestem Falls, a hidden nature spot perfect for chasing waterfalls.

Thanks to Lake Bluestem's many massive rocks, water flows over them and creates some of the most majestic falls you've ever seen.

Not many people know about this spot, which is almost the beauty of it.

Whether you visit at night or during the day, you'll enjoy your time here. The skies above you will fill with stars and make the grounds of Lake Bluestem the perfect place for spotting a constellation.

Locals and tourists are in for a real treat if they're making a trip out to the Sooner State this summer. 

While these waterfalls may not be the biggest you've ever seen, their size by no means takes away from their beauty.

The Sooner State isn't home to many waterfalls as is, so when Oklahomans find these tranquil spots, really it's like they've found a hidden treasure.

Have your bathing suits ready the next time you're near Pawhuska, you don't want to miss out on experiencing them for yourself.

The photos you'll capture from spending a day here will surprise you with how unreal they look, and it'll surprise your friends because they've likely never been.

Be the trendsetter, while also enjoying your epic Oklahoma summer near awe-inspiring waterfalls.

If you're looking for a gorgeous spot in Oklahoma to go exploring, Lake Bluestem is the place to be.

Bluestem Falls

Price: Free

Address: Co Rd 4275, Pawhuska, OK

Why You Need To Go: To explore a hidden part of Oklahoma that's home to several gorgeous waterfalls.

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.