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Oklahoma Vacation Rentals

The following locations make up Oklahoma, please click on a location for more information.

From the lofty pines of the southeastern portion of the state to the fertile fields of the north, Oklahoma offers Southern hospitality with western flair. Native American heritage runs deep through the veins of Oklahoma and is still actively celebrated today with powwows. Mix in the cowboys and farmers of yesterday, and you'll discover the diverse mix of culture that shaped this state.

Oklahoma was admitted to the Union as the 47th state in November of 1907. The state was bought as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and became the new home to a number of Native Americans in the coming years. Americans began to settle this location when the area was opened to settlement and those that made a dash to claim their parcel before the official date were called “Sooners,” which explains how the state got its nickname. An attractive Oklahoma vacation rental will bring you and your family to the edge of the frontier where an abundance of history and recreation is at every turn.

Get Your Kicks in Oklahoma Rentals on Historic Route 66

Oklahoma condominiums line the sides of one of the most beloved American highways, Route 66. Referred to as “The Main Street of America,” the historic and long traveled roadway warms the hearts of those taking a ride through the past. Condominiums in Oklahoma on Route 66 are close to many diners and attractions from yesteryear that give this historic road its charm.

Truck stops with classic neon lighting and restored filling stations are in close proximity to many Oklahoma condo rentals. Route 66 has even been mentioned in famous American literature. The same road referred to by John Steinbeck as the “Mother Road” is right outside the front door of numerous Oklahoma house rentals.

Oklahoma Condo Rentals with Endless Possibilities

With rivers and more than 200 lakes to keep your family busy, a vacation house in Oklahoma is a perfect fit for groups looking for fun out on the water. An Oklahoma rental near Turner Falls Park offers visitors a natural swimming area below a 77-foot waterfall, the highest in the state. Located in the majestic Arbuckle Mountains, an Oklahoma condominium gives guests an opportunity to explore natural caves and enjoy unique geological formations.

On the Deep Fork river lies Arcadia Lake, a favorite swimming hole of locals and visitors alike. Condominiums in Oklahoma located in close proximity to the lake have access to scenic hiking, bicycle and equestrian trails as well as disc golf and numerous other fun activities. An Oklahoma condo rental near Quartz Mountain State Park gives visitors the chance to view elusive wildlife and stunning beauty. Activities such as golf and boating bring visitors from all over to relax in the great outdoors while staying at an Oklahoma house rental. 

Oklahoma Vacation Rentals with Big City Appeal

Oklahoma City, the state capital and the town that was built in just one day, has something to offer everyone. An Oklahoma house rental near Oklahoma City, OK puts you and your family in close proximity to the National Basketball Association team, the Oklahoma City Thunder. The team offer visitors a chance to catch their exciting games from October through April at Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Tulsa, OK was once known as “The Oil Capital of the World” and has extravagant skyscrapers reminding visitors and natives of the years during the oil boom. Numerous vacation homes in Oklahoma are near this exiting city where fantastic art deco architecture from the 1920s and 1930s has been preserved for all to admire. Spending time in Tulsa on your Oklahoma vacation will give you and your family the opportunity to catch a show at the Performing Arts Center or check out the fabulous shopping at the 71st Street Shopping and Dining Corridor.