Oklahoma’s most famous attractions will be getting a makeover soon, with the state’s parks and recreation department launching a campaign called “Naked at Play.”
The campaign, which was launched by the Oklahoma Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) and is expected to kick off later this year, is part of an effort to encourage people to explore parks and the facilities they visit, according to the OPRD.
The campaign aims to help promote the importance of physical activity in the state and promote the idea that nudity is an acceptable way to have fun, the agency said.
Naked and fun, that is.
“The campaigns will include an interactive interactive, fun-filled map that will help visitors see which parks and recreational areas they may find nude, according the OPND.
The maps are designed to provide more than just a quick glance at the locations where nude-themed attractions are located.
They also include a list of locations that are open to the public and are “naked friendly” for everyone, OPRD Director of Communications Dan Kibler told News24.”
The maps will show the locations of all the parks, including places like water parks, hiking trails, picnics, and many more,” Kiblers told News 24.
The new campaign will be launched on the same day as the state parks and public safety department’s launch of its own campaign, “Nude at Play,” which will feature similar visuals to the one in Oklahoma.
The state parks department will be using billboards and other signage to remind visitors of the importance and importance of the parks’ policies regarding nudity and public nudity, Kibling said.
The billboards and signage will be put up throughout the state to encourage visitors to be aware of the laws and regulations surrounding the area.
Oklahoma parks are open, and that is OK.
If you are uncomfortable with that, you can call the park and ask them to remove them, he said.