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Welcome to Sulphur, Oklahoma, a city with a rich Native American heritage and a beautiful natural landscape. Nestled in the foothills of the Arbuckle Mountains in south-central Oklahoma, when you rent an RV in Sulphur, you’ll be able to escape and unwind for a while. Nature lovers will appreciate the opportunities to spend time outdoors that Sulphur offers. Chickasaw National Recreation Area is perhaps the area’s crown jewel with its multiple bodies of water and miles of nature trails in a gorgeous natural setting. But even if the outdoors aren’t your thing, you’ll find something you can enjoy. Sulphur’s strategic location allows you to be within driving distance of some of Oklahoma’s hot spots, including the state’s capital Oklahoma City, which is just a 90-minute drive away.
The Chickasaw National Recreation Area is located in the foothills of the Arbuckle Mountains and a beautiful place to visit when you book a campervan rental in Sulphur. Often referred to as an Oklahoma oasis, water is the main attraction here. There are lakes, streams, and springs, and opportunities for motorboating, swimming, fishing, and skiing abound, but Little Niagara Falls is perhaps the preferred swimming hole in the park. Offering acres of pristine wilderness with hiking trails, lakes, six public campgrounds, and countless opportunities for outdoor recreation, Chickasaw National Recreation Area is a gorgeous place to visit when you book an RV rental in Sulphur, Oklahoma.
Come see Oklahoma’s largest waterfall at Turner Falls Park in Garvin County, Oklahoma. Nestled in the Arbuckle Mountains, the park is a gorgeous place and perfect for the entire family. Catch some reprieve from the summer heat in the multi-story waterfall. At the base of the falls is a large pool, which is a popular swimming hole during the warmer months. In addition to the waterfall, there are picnic areas, a rock castle, three natural caves, beautiful geological formations, sandy beaches, and campgrounds with RV hookups.
If you want something a bit more exhilarating, you can soar above the canopy at the zip line park, a short drive west of Sulphur. The park has six zip lines and one sky bridge. The longest zip line is 1,800 feet and Oklahoma’s longest. Get awesome views of the ancient Arbuckle Mountains as you fly through the air during this once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Looking for a place to park your luxury RV rental? Sulphur has an abundance of RV parks and campgrounds that can accommodate you. One option is Arbuckle RV Resort. Spreading across 20 acres, the campground has 44 gravel sites with grass areas that are outfitted with full hookups, picnic tables, and charcoal grills. The campground boasts Wi-Fi, two horseshoe pits, volleyball and basketball courts, and a playground. There’s also a seasonal swimming pool, two fully-stocked fishing ponds, bathhouses with warm showers, a laundromat, and a dog run.
There are also several campgrounds at Chickasaw National Recreation Area. One option is to bring your travel trailer rental from Sulphur to the Lake of the Arbuckles. This section of the recreation area has two modern campgrounds: The Point and Buckhorn. Both campgrounds have partial hookups and restrooms with hot showers. All sites are near boat launch facilities and provide easy access to water activities.
The Chickasaw Cultural Center spreads across 184 acres and gives visitors the chance to connect with the local Native American history. There are several buildings and structures on the campus that speak to the culture of the Chickasaws. The Aaholiitobli’ Honor Garden pays homage to the tribe’s leaders, elders, and warriors who contributed to the legacy of the Chickasaw Indians. The Kochcha’ Aabiniili’ Amphitheater often hosts stomp dances, concerts, cultural presentations, and living history performances. There are also several museums, exhibits, sculptures, and attractions. Be sure to check it out next time you rent a motorhome in Sulphur.
Want to learn more about the area when you book an RV in Murray County? Check out the Arbuckle Historical Society Museum. Built in 1917, the historic museum still features original fixtures. Stop by and see the city’s original jail, firemen’s kitchen, and a courtroom. Peruse through binders of historic photographs, and view a large collection of local gems, including an old telephone switchboard, camera collections, and military memorabilia. Before leaving, stop by the gift shop and pick up some Sulphur-related memorabilia.
Nearby in Tishomingo, you can visit the Chickasaw National Capitol. Construction of the building began in 1898. The Victorian, gothic-style building is over 8,000 square feet and served as the Chickasaw National Capitol until 1906. Today, the location serves as a museum and a reminder that the Chickasaw people fought for their independence and their identity as a free nation.