Oklahoma RV Rental
Oklahoma is home to ancient mountain ranges, as well as features the contrasting landscape of the Great Plains, Cross Timbers, and the US Interior Highlands. If you have enough time and an RV, exploring the state’s riches should be no problem for you!
Where To Rent An RV In Oklahoma?
First of all, you could rent an RV from local dealers. Unfortunately, the availability of RV rental locations seems to be very limited in remote areas far away from major cities. You are going to find most RV dealers situated in and around such areas as Oklahoma City or the city of Catoosa.
If you are unable to find an RV dealer in your area or if you seem to be unable to find an RV suitable for your needs, address peer-to-peer online platforms like Outdoorsy or RVshare. Since these platforms feature listings of private RV owners, there is a huge variety of options here, not to mention that you may be able to find an owner willing to rent out their RV in a remote area.
RV Campgrounds & State Parks In Oklahoma
To see what the contrasting landscapes of Oklahoma have to offer, we suggest that you visit one or more of these RV campgrounds/parks:
- Monkey Island RV Resort.
- Big Cedar RV Park & Cabins.
- The Peak RV Park.
- Bobcat Creek RV Park.
- Twin Fountains RV Resort.
- Roadrunner RV Park.
- Eagle’s View RV Park.
- Water’s Edge RV & Cabin Resort.
- Hidden Lake RV Resort.
- Mustang Run RV Park.
Popular Tourist Attractions In Oklahoma
A particularly popular Oklahoma attraction is the Turner Falls, the highest waterfall in the state. This waterfall will likely amaze you not only with its sheer scale but also with its cascade layout ending in a natural swimming pool.
Another natural attraction is the manmade Lake Hefner that has been a major recreational center since 1947. The lake offers various water activities for its visitors, as well as a full golf course.
Events In Oklahoma
The Fried Onion Burger Day Festival held annually in the city of El Reno is one of the more famous events in the state. This festival is dedicated to the city’s staple food, the fried onion hamburger, which has been a thing since the 1900s. The key feature of this event is the huge 750-pound fried onion hamburger.
Another remarkable event is the Dogwood Days Festival in Idabel that celebrates the spring blooms of the thousands of dogwood trees. This event features entertainment for kids, unique chainsaw carving contests, barbecue, volleyball, and more!