Oklahoma is a fantastic place to go RVing. From the panhandle to the east side, you will find terrific state parks, state recreational areas, attractions, and cities. In fact, a great way to decide where you want to go on your RV adventure is to choose which city you want to visit from the biggest ones, like Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, and Broken Arrow.
If you want to stay in comfort while visiting Oklahoma City, rent a Class A motorhome. These units, about the size of a school bus, start at about $225 per night. Alternatively, consider renting a Class B RV, which will cost around $250. Class C RVs start at $200 and are another popular option. Bumper-pull trailers renting for less than $100 are available along with fifth-wheel campers renting for about $150. There are numerous popup choices for under $100. Since Norman is only 20 miles from Oklahoma City, you can expect the same prices there.
Alternatively, if you want to visit Tulsa, then you will also find many RVs for rent. Since it is only about 13 miles from Tulsa to Broken Arrow, you can expect to pay the same prices there. In Tulsa, you will find fewer choices in motorcoaches than travel trailers. Popups start at about $72 per night while travel trailers begin at about $100 per night. Take all your favorite toys along in a toy hauler, starting at about $90 with many choices in the $125 to $150 range. You can also find fifth-wheel options between $150 and $250.
There are fantastic cities to explore in Oklahoma. Consider starting in the Oklahoma City/Norman area. If you love live music and watching shows, then wander around the brick-lined streets in the Bricktown Entertainment District, and you will find many great options. The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is a great place to learn about this area’s ranching history. You will want to hear the animals roar at the Oklahoma City Zoo and pay your respects at the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.
Putting Tulsa on your radar allows you to explore this fun city and Broken Arrow, which is right nearby. Start your visit with some hiking and kayaking fun at The Gathering Place, where your children are sure to love the playground. If you love to try craft cocktails and great food, head to the Blue Dome Entertainment District. Explore Native American legends by visiting the Gilcrease Museum. Step back into the opulence of the 1920s by visiting the Philbrook Museum of Art. Tulsa and Broken Arrow are beautiful places to go boutique shopping.
While there are no national parks in Oklahoma, it is a quick 3.5-hour jaunt from McAlister, Oklahoma, to Hot Springs National Park, and some Oklahoma destinations maybe even closer. Visit Bathhouse Row, which includes:
You can find fun state parks in Oklahoma to visit, including:
There are wonderful monuments and landmarks to see in Oklahoma, including:
You can find many great options in RV parks and campgrounds in Oklahoma. If you love boondocking, you may want to consider sites within the Ouachita National Forest in southeastern Oklahoma. The Cedar Lake Recreation Area campground offers lakeside camping. You can go swimming, fishing, canoeing, hiking the three-mile lake perimeter trail, and horseback riding near this campground.
On the other end of the spectrum, you will want to consider Xtreme RV Resort near Eufaula. This campground has general and liquor stores. A variety of boats are available to rent at the marina. If you get a little too much sun, watch a show in the movie theater. You can often listen to live music in the amphitheater, and children will love the spacious playground. Additionally, you will want to go swimming in the heated swimming pool.
There are many state park campgrounds, including Salt Plains State Park. This is a terrific place to dig in the salt for hourglass-shaped selenite crystals. The lake, which is about 50% as salty as the ocean, is also a fantastic spot to go fishing for white and hybrid striped bass. There are many biking and hiking trails to explore at this park near Jet. Try to time your trip to see the migrating whooping cranes and American white pelicans.
You can find many RV dump stations across Oklahoma, including Love’s Travel Stops, Flying J Travel Plazas, Pilot Travel Centers, and TA Travel Centers. In the Oklahoma City area, you can also find one at Cabela’s. The Alva City Park has one near the swimming pool. Randlett Park in Anadarko has one as does Bell’s Camper Sales in Bartlesville. Head to Four Winds Ranch if you are near Cromwell. You can find one at Adam’s Park in El Reno.
There are many festivals and events that you will enjoy attending in Oklahoma, including:
Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Oklahoma?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Oklahoma from RVshare.Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?
Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Oklahoma?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.