Vacation Rentals in Oklahoma

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Oklahoma Vacation Rentals

Travel to Oklahoma / Oklahoma Vacation Rentals

Enjoy an exciting mix of Native American, cowboy/western, small town, and urban friendliness in Oklahoma. You could be right in the middle of it all with an Oklahoma vacation rental, and perhaps a cabin.

Oklahoma American West

Almost everywhere you turn in Oklahoma, you’ll have a chance to find some reference to Native Americans, cowboys, or horses. A feel for the Western lifestyle is found in steakhouses all over Oklahoma, and enjoy a little culture at a pow wow or rodeo. 67 tribes of Native Americans live in Oklahoma. The Gene Autry Oklahoma Museum contains quite a collection of memorabilia showing Old West movies, music, and lifestyle. An annual Western Oklahoma Cowboy Poetry Gathering each November showcases cowboy poetry and music. The Wild Horse and Burro Adoption Center in Pauls Valley encourages visitors and occasionally, a wrangler is on site to answer questions. Saddle up in Oklahoma, and settle down in one of the Oklahoma vacation rentals found here.

Oklahoma Vacation Spots

Northeast Oklahoma has some metropolitan feel, with the city of Tulsa at its midsection. Shopping in Tulsa is a diverse experience, from Jenks, the “Antiques and Crafts Capital of Oklahoma,” to the Farm Shopping Center with a restored barn, to the natural tree, flower, and water fountain setting for upscale shopping at Utica Square. The Philbrook Museum of Art, an Italian-style villa with over 8500 pieces strong, was formerly the home of Waite Phillips, in the oil industry. Safari’s Sanctuary in Broken Arrow accepts in confiscated, abused and unwanted exotic wildlife, and has a walk-through setup with a petting zoo. A Tulsa, Oklahoma vacation home will get you up close and personal with some of the state's most unique attractions!

You’d think that you were in the desert in Northwest Oklahoma at Little Sahara State Park, but it’s just the 25- to 75-foot dunes that you can ride using a dune buggy. See real bat caves at Alabaster Caverns, and then camp there or have a picnic. A western/cowboy art gallery is in Rosston, which features the creations of Victor Erickson, spanning fine art, silversmith products, jewelry, and log furniture. The Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum in Woodward memorializes both Temple Houston and his town, and the Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians.

Oklahoma City is the main city of Central Oklahoma. Myriad Botanical Gardens and Crystal Bridge in downtown Oklahoma City is a popular attraction, where 17 acres is transformed into the tropics and has a conservatory in the middle. Part of Oklahoma history is found in the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, a complex containing many galleries and holding special events throughout the year. Historic Downtown Norman has a variety of shopping and restaurants within noteworthy art and architecture.

The Winding Stair Mountains area in Southeast Oklahoma has an associated recreation area, with camping and 200 miles of trails for hiking and bicycling. This area also shares the Ouachita National Forest with Arkansas, unfolding a wealth of outdoor activities. No dams block the passage of the Glover River; therefore it is ideal for those who have experience with floating. The Mountain Fork River is known for great fishing, and fly-fishing south of the Broken Bow Lake Dam. Bring your ATV and 4-wheel drive vehicle to navigate through hundreds of forest-green miles.

South Central Oklahoma is home to the Healdton Oil Museum in Healdton, which holds relics, equipment, and tools from an extremely rich oil field. Also in Healdton, aim carefully at Cripplecreek Archery Ranges, where 3-D targets and novelty shoots are fun for all skill levels. Chicasaw National Recreation Area is suited well for boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, camping, wildlife photography, and excellent fall foliage viewing. The Three Valley Museum in Durant is a living history museum in the basement of the Choctaw Nation Complex, describing early statehood among other aspects.

The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge and Visitor’s Center is located in Southwest Oklahoma. Deer, elk, free-range buffalo, and Texas Longhorn cattle are some of the animals you’ll spot there, and enjoy activities including rock climbing and rappelling. Several golf courses dot this region, both in 9 and 18 hole styles. In Cheyenne, visit the Village Within, shops and galleries located inside century-old cottages and homestead houses.

Why an Oklahoma house rental? 

Fortunately, Oklahoma rentals are just as interesting and diverse as the state's many different cities! If you're still not convinced you should stay in an Oklahoma vacation home, consider the alternative -- an Oklahoma hotel. Chances are, you will pay more for less time and less space in a hotel. An Oklahoma house rental offers up a lot of luxury, comfort, and most of all -- affordability! So give Oklahoma rentals a chance; once you do, you will never go back to hotels. 

Oklahoma vacation rentals are ready for you to inquire about them, and because that is so easy to do -- why waste your time making hotel reservations? 

Sites and tours to see

"If Buildings Could Talk" Historic Walking Tour in Perry
Jacobson House in Norman
Oklahoma Meridian Base Line in Davis
The Bank of Oologah in Oologah
Oral Roberts University Prayer Tower in Tulsa
Oklahoma Governor’s Mansion in Oklahoma City
Santa Fe Depot in Oklahoma City
Jim Thorpe Birth Site in Prague
Murray-Lindsay Mansion in Lindsay
Fort Sill National Historic Landmark
Trail Ruts at Monument Hill in Duncan
Marland Mansion in Ponca City
Bomb Memorial in Boise City