Visit Oklahoma in the comfort of a rented RV, feel like home and at the same time experience otherwise remote attractions of this beautiful state….
Oklahoma, situated in the south central part of the United States, has plenty of natural wonders and attractions.
If you are interested in seeing them, the best way is to simply rent a camper “hit the road”.
The state is big and the roads are long but most attractions are at every stop so going on a long ride shouldn’t be a hassle or a burden but rather an exciting experience.
If you are interested in seeing big city life, you should direct the camper towards Tulsa.
It is the second largest city in Oklahoma and thanks to the wealth brought by oil, the state has many museums such as: Gilcrease Museum, which has an excellent collection of Native American art, artifacts and historical manuscripts, Philbrook Museum of Art with collections of African, American Indian, Asian and European Arts, Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium which includes flight simulators, shuttle launch and wind tunnel.
If you are visiting Tulsa with your family, visit the Tulsa Zoo and Living Museums. The Tulsa Zoo houses more than 2,800 animals including zebras, antelopes, and Cape buffalos, while Living Museum presents North American natural history exhibits.
Welcome to Tulsa and its attractions....
Another fun place for families is the Big Splash Water Park in Tulsa, a water theme park with a water roller coaster, water slides, lazy river and kiddy pool. What is particularly impressive in Tulsa is the Boston Avenue United Methodist Church - a fascinating example of modern skyscraper architecture.
But “by definition” the most important city in the state is Oklahoma City. It is the capital city of the state, and subsequently it features numerous amazing places for visitors. Oklahoma City Zoo with its 2,200 animals in their natural habitats is just one example of such places. The highlights of the Zoo include Aquaticus which displays more than 1,500 marine creatures from around the world, Butterfly Garden with 20,000 square foot exhibit showing the entire life cycle of butterflies and Herpetarium with more than 80 exhibits including poison dart frogs, salamanders, rattlesnakes and the giant green anaconda.
Another attraction in Oklahoma City is National Cowboy Hall of Fame featuring a large collection of materials from the history of the Wild West. Those who are not very much interested in cities and their attractions can visit some other amazing places in the state. Good example is the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge covering over 59,000 acres of mountains.
The place is home to free-range American bison herds, prairie dogs, Texas Longhorn cattle, bobcats and coyotes. Between Wichita Mountains and the shores of Lake Altus-Lugert is nestled Quartz Mountain Resort, ideal for family fun and romantic retreat. There is another beautiful state park located in northeastern Oklahoma – it’s the Natural Falls State Park where the most popular activities are camping and hiking.
Traveling with a camper through the state will enable you to see lot of these wonderful sights. To rent a camper find some of the rental companies listed below.
RV Vacation Rentals, Inc offers customers late models of fully equipped RVFs ranging in size from small pop-up campers to 31 feet towable, 23-31 foot Class C motor-homes, up to luxury 40 foot diesel pushers. All the vehicles are furnished with dishes, pots and pans, coffee makers, linens, and mush more.
RV Vacation Rentals, Inc
16051 S. Highway 66
Claremore, OK 74017
Leisure Time RV is famous Oklahoma RV rental company offering very nice units for rent for relaxed vacation or trip. Well equipped and professionally maintained motor coaches make the fleet provided by the company.
Leisure Time RV
4901 S. Anderson
Oklahoma City, OK 73150
Camping with Leisure Time RV
American Dream Vacations
8200 S. Shields Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73149
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