2008 Dutchmen Express
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After the infamous Land Run of 1889 which saw hordes of settlers scramble west to claim land in the Oklahoma Territory, Guthrie would become one of the fastest growing cities in the region. Before the land run, Guthrie was merely a tiny railroad stop along the Southern Kansas Railway. This delightful suburb of Oklahoma City was once the star of the show, serving as the state’s first capital after the territory became a state. Guthrie was inundated with new people every day, and its infrastructure, mass transit systems, and buildings were built to reflect this.
Guthrie would eventually be eclipsed in population and importance due to the number of railways passing through Oklahoma City, and later lose its title as state capital. Now, Guthrie is a tourism hotspot, known especially for its elegant Victorian buildings and for having the largest urban historic area in the state. The population may have dwindled due to the city’s loss of status, but it is as charming and wonderful as ever to visit when you rent an RV.
When you book an RV in Guthrie, there is plenty to do and see, especially if you like partying and enjoying music. The Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival draws thousands of people each October to dance and celebrate a wonderful folk music tradition. The National Finals Steer Roping Rodeo is held in Guthrie, giving visitors a taste of the old wild west.
The city of Guthrie places a premium on outdoor spaces, enjoying over 400 acres of municipal park land. Highland Hall Park is the largest in Guthrie and is a local favorite for its swimming pool, fishing pond, and abundance of open, grassy spaces. Guthrie Lake and Liberty Lake are great places to take a swim, go fishing, or take a nice nature walk around the scenic trails. Guests also can use the boat ramp at Liberty Lake to put their watercraft in the water.
Lake McMurtry Park is a lovely place to visit in your Guthrie camper rental, with lots of room to camp, hike, swim, and mountain bike. There are 28 miles of hiking trails, two disc-golf courses, and even RV dumping stations. Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge can be found in northern Oklahoma, and has ample space to roam and hike. This important refuge has hundreds of different species of migratory birds that use it as a rest stop along their long-distance journey. The refuge holds the distinction of being a National Natural Landmark due to its biodiversity and scenery.
Lake Thunderbird State Park in the city of Norman is one of the most popular weekend getaway spots in the Oklahoma City metro area. The park has nine boat ramps, two marinas, and hundreds of RV-friendly sites for you to utilize when you bring your Guthrie RV rental by owner. Little River State Park is also in the city of Norman next to Lake Thunderbird, and is a great place to see soaring bald eagles among other high-flying birds of prey.
On the other side of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Oologah Lake is another massive lake with recreation sites surrounding it. The lake is home to hiking loops, mountain biking courses, fishing areas, sandy beaches, and campgrounds.
If you are okay with driving north a few hours to Kansas, El Dorado State Park is a fantastic park outside of Wichita that has campsites for you to use when your rent an RV in Guthrie and take a trip north. There are two swimming areas, horseback riding trails and camping spots, and some of the best fishing in Kansas. A large amphitheater at El Dorado often hosts concerts in the summer.
Ozark National Forest and Ouachita National Forest are on the Arkansas-Oklahoma state line and are worth a visit if you have the time and energy to explore the area. These sprawling forest lands dominate millions of acres of wilderness area, with amazing wildlife and views.
Guthrie's unique history as the first capital of Oklahoma makes it one of the most interesting places to visit, particularly if you enjoy learning about history. Although it can hardly be categorized as a major city these days, it still retains its city charm, convenience, and attractions from its heyday. The Downtown District of Guthrie itself is featured on the National Register of Historical Places for its gorgeous Victorian buildings that have been preserved and maintained by the city.
The Oklahoma Territory Museum and Carnegie Library is one of the best resources to check out for people that like to learn while on vacation. This fascinating museum is housed in an old Carnegie Library, which throughout the country are famous for their elegant architectural beauty.
The Oklahoma Frontier Drugstore Museum is another great history museum where an old west drugstore is frozen in time for all too see. The store is packed with old artifacts, pharmaceutical implements, and posters from over 100 years ago.
The Scottish Rite Temple is one of the oldest Freemason centers in the world, and has elements of Classical-Revival architectural styling. This too can be found on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the National Lighter Museum for some interesting facts, or the Pollard Theatre for some live performances on stage.
It is quite easy to stumble upon an accommodating campground when you book a motorhome rental in Guthrie, but in case you have trouble, here are a few options to set you on your way. Scissortail Campground is one of many public parks that have all the basic necessities for camping like electricity, water, pavilions, and restrooms.
Cedar Valley RV Park is open all year round, and is only four miles from downtown Guthrie. Cedar Valley is popular for golfers as there are four championship golf courses within five minutes of it.
Pioneer RV Park has lush camping spots right on the water in addition to a convenience store and snack shack, in case you need to stock up on supplies or get a quick bite to eat. Oklahoma City East KOA could be a good option if you would like to see the state capital for a day or two with minimal driving back and forth. The pool is a great place to cool off during the dog days of summer, and guests may also enjoy the snack bar on site.