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Discover Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City grew not overnight but in half a day. Literally. At noon of 22 April 1889, the territory’s population was zero; by sundown, the newly established town was settled by 10,000 homesteaders after they feverishly staked out their claims following that day’s “Land Rush.”

Since then, “OKC” grew to be the state’s capital and largest city, as well as its economic, political and social engine. The city is huge not just in terms of population but also in land area; it’s one of the 10 largest cities in the United States. To get a better sense of what makes this great city in the middle of the Great Plains so appealing, search for an Oklahoma City RV rental by owner, make OKC your base, and look in every direction for exciting possibilities.

In Plains Site: Where to Go Outside OKC

The Great Plains is a broad expanse of flat land with miles and miles of prairie and grass to break the semi-arid monotony, and Oklahoma is right in the heart of it. So it's a welcome break that water in its many forms is the main tourist draw in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, about 85 miles south of OKC. Its streams, springs and lakes beckon anglers, waders, swimmers, skiers and motorboaters to cool down, cast off and unwind.

Spelunkers would want to head out to the Alabaster Caverns State Park, 160 miles to the northwest. But you don't have to chase wild caving thrills to appreciate this natural gypsum cave, although the park has four designated caves for adrenaline seekers. If you want to stay overnight, the park welcomes campers in tent and powered sites for those with an Oklahoma City RV rental.

For history lovers, the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, about 135 miles west, shouldn't be missed. This hallowed ground is a somber reminder of how a clash of cultures – that of the Plains Native Americans and white settlers – could end tragically.

If you're looking for adventure beyond the state line, put your motorhome rental in Oklahoma City to good use and take the I-35 Corridor which connects OKC to its northern neighbor Wichita and Kansas City, KS, and Fort Worth and Dallas, TX to the south.

Or take one of the most epic American road trips ever and follow Route 66 (I-40 as it goes through OKC) all the way east to Chicago, IL or to the Pacific coast in Santa Monica, CA.

Where to Park Your RV

Scope out the north-south I-35 corridor and the east-west I-40 to find a suitable campground for your RV trailer rental in Oklahoma City. There are plenty of sites to choose from within 10 miles in any direction. Some of the closest to downtown are Lazy Days RV Park at six miles north, Roadrunner RV Park about six miles south, and Briscoe's RV and Fun Park at seven miles south, all along I-35. Even better, there is no shortage of Walmarts and gas stations along these busy corridors. You can easily find a gas station or Walmart within a mile or two, with most gas stations open 24 hours.

Alternatively, you can park your Oklahoma City camper rental in the Alabaster Caverns State Park where there are 11 RV sites with access to water and electricity. There's gas six miles up the road, on State Highway OK-50, and a Walmart Supercenter 30 miles away in the opposite direction.

From a Cow Town to Classy Capital

Buffalo Bill, the man who embodied the spirit of the West, is commemorated with a bronze statue in front of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, a fitting first stop for anyone visiting the heart of the Great Plains. Foodies may want to sit down for a taste of exotic "lamb fries" (which are different from lambs fry) at the century-old Cattlemen's Steakhouse. If you want to play it safe, go for the Oklahoma original, fried onion burgers.

Another OKC pride is the Thunder. When they are in town and you happen to be around, watch them battle against visiting NBA teams at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.

Oklahoma City's contemporary art scene currently revolves around crystal. Walk through a waterfall and hundreds of varieties of plant life inside the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory, or be mesmerized by an extensive collection of colorful and ornate Chihuly glass sculptures at the OKC Museum of Art.

Take it slow on a buggy ride around historic Bricktown and a water taxi cruise on the Bricktown canal. But if you want to see more sights in a day, find a place to park your RV rental in Oklahoma City, and ride an Embark bus to get you around town faster. Explore OKC’s diverse museum scene, ranging from the usual fields of interest like art, science and history, to more niche subjects like women pilots, trains and train travel, banjos, and a nod to OKC’s past, animal skulls and skeletons.

Oklahoma City has become more than just a place where 19th-century homesteaders made a mad dash for greener pasture. Today, the city has become not only a hub for those taking a break on their long journeys, but also a destination on its own. Experience it all, find the best RV rentals in Oklahoma City, and like the pioneers of the past, seize the best that OKC has to offer.

RV Rentals in Oklahoma City, OK

Oklahoma City, OK is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Oklahoma City. Outdoorsy's Oklahoma City RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Oklahoma City are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Murrell Park, Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Devil's Den State Park, Marion Sansom Park, and Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge.

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What's around Oklahoma City, OK

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Clear Bay Trail Norman Oklahoma
Draper Lake Mountain Bike Park Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Turner Falls Park Hiking Trails Davis Oklahoma
Charons Garden Mountains Trail Indiahoma Oklahoma
Elk Mountain Trail Indiahoma Oklahoma
Bluff Creek Park Loop Trail Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Kite Trail to Bison Trail Loop Indiahoma Oklahoma
Turkey Mountain Via Yellow Trail Tulsa Oklahoma
Roman Nose State Park Trail Watonga Oklahoma
Narrows Trail to Boulder Mountain Indiahoma Oklahoma

Nearby Campgrounds

Arcadia Lake

campground Arcadia, OK
Experience the best of the big sky country on the shores of Arcadia Lake, an expansive municipal park only a few minutes from downtown Edmond. Four different portions of this park offer camping spaces for both tents and RVs, with several sites equipped with full utility hookups. Regular and primitive sites are also available. Every campsite in the park includes basic amenities, such as picnic tables, charcoal grills, and access to nearby washrooms. Choose one next to the lake shore, or find a secluded spot under the leafy trees. This campground and RV venue is conveniently connected to the recreational parts of the park, which offer an array of outdoor activities only minutes away from an urban setting. Arcadia Lake itself is an example of design and engineering techniques, as it is an artificial lake that was built by a partnership between the City of Edmond and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in 1987.

Twin Fountains RV Resort

campground Oklahoma City, OK
One of the best stops for those traveling across the interior of the United States in their RV has to be Oklahoma City in Oklahoma. This city has one of the most beautiful cityscapes, and the many different waterways provide one of a kind perspectives for the discerning traveler. The RV parks in the city have a lot to offer, and Twin Fountains RV Resort is rated among the best of them. The resort offers beautifully manicured lawns and a myriad of different activities that ensure the whole family has a great time. Miniature golf, a swimming pool, fire pits, a pet run, and plenty of space for the children to play makes this the ideal solution for great vacations. The stands are well-maintained and offer full-service hookups, which makes this a home away from home. The resort also offers WiFi, showers, a modern laundry, and a storm shelter.

Roadrunner RV Park

campground Oklahoma City, OK
Enjoy a park that offers visitors convenient access to both the wilderness around Norman, and the variety of amenities within metropolitan Oklahoma and near the University of Oklahoma campus. This includes restaurants, shopping, even recreational vehicle parts and repair. Road Runner RV is less than 15 miles from central Norman, only 5 miles from downtown Oklahoma City, and less than 20 miles away from the State Fairgrounds, Frontier City Amusement Park, and several casinos. Guests can enjoy an array of on-site amenities, such as full utility hookups at every site, paved roads and parking, showers and bathrooms, laundry facilities, and a picnic pavilion. Recent additions include a tornado and storm shelter and a banquet hall, and each site in the park can now access a complimentary WiFi service. You can also get your RV washed and cleaned for a small fee, or send and receive short faxes using the site office.

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Recommendations for Oklahoma City, OK from Outdoorsy Owners

So much history in every inch of this museum. German artifacts from WWII are included for viewing.

Jun 5, 2019

One of the best science museums we've ever be to. A million things to touch and experience for kids including a Segway obstacle course.

Jun 5, 2019

Huge museum for all things cowboy. An indoor western town for the kids to explore.

Jun 5, 2019