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Ponca City got its name from the Ponca Native American people and is considered the gateway to Native American culture in the area. When you book an RV rental in Ponca City, you can learn about the six area Native American nations, which are represented at a museum with an outdoor interpretive center. In fact, when you visit Ponca City, you’ll find numerous opportunities to explore Native American culture through tribal museums, pow-wows, ceremonial and social dances, and check out artifact collections at Marland’s Grand Home. If you’re into gambling, you’ll also find many casinos scattered throughout tribal lands. Whether you’re allured to the area by Native American culture or something totally different, your next adventure awaits when you search for an RV in Kay County.

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The Great Outdoors

Renting a motorhome in Ponca City during the summer? Catch some reprieve from the heat at Lake Ponca, which supports your typical outdoor activities including fishing, boating, water-skiing, picnicking, boating, and an adjacent golf course. Looking to spend more than one night at Lake Ponca? The park has a small campground with hookups, a dump station, and a restroom/shower facility.

Kaw Lake is another large lake to visit when you book a travel trailer rental in Ponca City. Kaw Lake is 38 miles long with over 170 miles of shoreline and covers more than 16,000 acres. Come out for some boating, skiing, hunting, and fishing. You can also camp here. If you prefer to stay on dry land, there are approximately 13 miles of nature trails. Into off-roading? Explore roughly 80 acres of heavily wooded area that permits small ATVs and dirt bikes.

Visit Cann Memorial Gardens, a 10-acre estate in the heart of Ponca City. The gardens are dedicated to Lester Cann, an early pillar of the community who served as a commissioner and City Manager. The estate currently consists of a refurbished two-story farmhouse built in 1908 with a shaded patio area and more than 2,500 feet of brick walkways. The grounds also contain a formal garden which displays hundreds of varieties of annuals and perennials in unique colorful displays. Additionally, there are more than 70 species of trees which have been planted since 1980.

RV Parks

There are several campgrounds in and around Ponca City, so you shouldn’t have any problems finding a place to park your RV for a night or two. One option is Sandbur RV Park in Kaw City. Enjoy a quiet and secluded campground with full hookups and 20/30/50 amp electrical service. Sites are gravel and have grassy areas for lounging, and most are outfitted with a picnic table and fire pit. The campground also boasts Wi-Fi, a laundromat, heated and air-conditioned restrooms with showers, and covered picnic pavilions with lights and ceiling fans.

You might also consider Green Park RV Resort. This campground offers covered parking for all RVs, spacious sites, level, asphalt, and pull-thru sites. There are full hookups, laundry facilities, heated and air-conditioned bathhouses with warm showers, and a few dog parks.

Exploring Ponca City

Explore the estate and fine art collection of the Marland family when you book a motorhome rental in Ponca City and visit Marland Mansion and Estate. The house was built for and by E.W. Marland, a man who prospered in the oil industry and made his first fortune in the oil fields. Originally intended as a place to house pieces of fine art, the house soon became a showpiece in its own right. Today, you can tour the mansion and the grounds of the estate, learn about the Marland family and the oil boom-town (Ponca City) that rose from the discovery of oil.

You can also check out the Pioneer Woman Museum when you book a camper rental in Ponca City. The museum is dedicated to showcasing the pioneering women of Oklahoma. Established in 1958, you can learn about women from all nationalities, races, and creeds who contributed to Oklahoma’s development through the museum’s permanent and temporary exhibits.

Standing Bear Park is one of the city’s main attractions. Home to a 22-foot bronze statue of Ponca Chief Standing Bear, the statue and park are a tribute to all Native American tribes. The park covers 63 acres and includes a one-acre pond with central arrowhead island. There’s also a walking trail which winds through native grasses and wildflowers all the way to the monument site. At the monument site, you’ll find large sandstone boulders with the official brass seals of the six area tribes — Osage, Pawnee, Otoe-Missouria Kaw, Tonkawa, and Ponca. You can learn more about these Native American tribes at the Standing Bear Museum and Education Center, which features tribal displays, temporary exhibits, artwork, and other educational material.

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