Oklahoma is an RVers dream. Find your RV Rental in Oklahoma City and experience historic Route 66 roadside attractions, Native American celebrations, international horse shows, cowboy history and exhibitions, beautiful landscapes bursting with majestic mountains, and gorgeous lakes overflowing with Sooner State charm.
RV Rentals Around Oklahoma City
Oklahoma is an RVers dream. Rent an RV in Oklahoma City through RVnGO and experience historic Route 66 roadside attractions, Native American celebrations, international horse shows, cowboy history and exhibitions, beautiful landscapes bursting with majestic mountains, and gorgeous lakes overflowing with Sooner State charm.
Find quality RV rentals around Oklahoma City with RVnGO by searching for available rentals.
Take In The Scenic Destinations
Route 66 — If you are driving an RV rental in Oklahoma City, you can’t miss the longest drivable stretch (426 miles) of the “Mother Road” in the nation. Stop at the giant milk bottle grocery and the geodesic golden dome.
Hefner Lake Lighthouse — Take a stroll along the walking trail and stop at Louie’s Grill or several other area restaurants with lake view outdoor dining. Right outside Louie’s is the popular lighthouse that offers photo-ops-a-plenty, especially at sunset.
Myriad Botanical Gardens — A green refuge in the middle of downtown, there are all kinds of activities to enjoy, including an off-leash dog park, children’s garden, splash fountains, a restaurant, and plenty of paths for walking or running.
The Wheeler Ferris Wheel — Wheeler is home to the Santa Monica Pier Ferris Wheel from California. Incredibly, the wheel was purchased by a local real-estate developer on eBay in 2008 and fully refurbished to become a major OKC attraction.
State Parks Worth Noting Near Oklahoma City
Arcadia Lake Campground at Central State Park
The campground at Arcadia Lake Campground at Central State Park has 104 RV hookups, plus trails for biking, hiking, and horseback riding (bring your own horse). Unique amenities include a heated, enclosed handicap-accessible fishing dock and a Frisbee golf course.
Lake Thunderbird State Park
Lake Thunderbird State Park offers two marinas, 11 camping areas, nine boat ramps, and two swimming beaches. Located in the exact center of the state, it features over 200 RV sites, but those with sewer, electricity, and water hookups are limited, so reserve early. This pet-friendly park has trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding, and the lake is stocked for fishing.
There are plenty of Oklahoma Attractions To See.
If you have a camper, 5th wheel or RV rental in Oklahoma City, leave it at the park and consider using the OK City Street Car or Uber to get around town to these Oklahoma City attractions.
At the Oklahoma Memorial and Museum, you can learn about the immense magnitude of the 1995 bombing and its impact on the community. One haunting outdoor installation displays 168 empty chairs, representing the people (including children) who lost their lives here.
National Cowboy & Western Museum — An awe-inspiring collection of Native American, cowboy, and western art and culture from the U.S.’s earliest history through modern times. Explore what life was like inside an old west church, school, saloon, blacksmith, etc.
Oklahoma City Zoo — With over 1,900 species, 119 acres, and botanical gardens throughout, you can get up close and personal with a stingray, join the flamingo mingle, or feed a giraffe.
Bricktown — This old warehouse district is now a family-friendly river walk area with miniature golf, water taxi boat tours, a movie theater, a baseball park, and plenty of bars and restaurants.
Museum of Osteology — “America’s Only Skeleton Museum” is another unique, top-rated OKC attraction. Look for their Forensic Nights in October where you can delve into your true crime obsession, examining and learning from replica skulls from REAL homicides and accidents.
Enjoy Some Great Events In Oklahoma City
There are plenty of fun and exciting Oklahoma City events happening throughout the year for you to take advantage of with your RV rental in Oklahoma.
In June, the Festival of the Arts celebrates visual, performing, and culinary arts in downtown OKC’s Bicentennial Park. Around 750,000 people attend, and the festival has been an OKC tradition since 1967.
Each September, you can find food and fun for everyone at the Oklahoma State Fair. Get a ticket to the Disney on Ice nightly performance, or spend some time with giant Percherons at the Super Barn. The fairgrounds are also known as “Horse Show Capital of the World” hosting more international equine events than any other city in the world.
Each Year, The Red Earth Parade & Fall Fest showcases the best of OKC’s Native American culture, art, music, and history. Oklahoma City transforms into the center of Native American culture in America during the Festival. The award-winning festival features American Indian artists and dancers from throughout the country who celebrate the richness and diversity of their heritage with the world.
Great RV Parks and Resorts
Each time you search the RVnGO website for RVs for rent near Oklahoma City, scroll down to the bottom of the page to find lists of local RV-friendly destinations like RV parks, RV storage facilities, and local attractions.
Oklahoma City East KOA — As the highest-rated specialty lodging in OKC on Trip Advisor, this lovely campground has a dog park, pavilion, seasonal pool, Wi-Fi, snack bar, and lots of shady trees. Just 15 minutes from downtown, visitors say the quiet, clean, pet-friendly RV park has low dust gravel, nice patio sites and cabins, clean restrooms, and a great convenience store.
Twin Fountains RV Park in Oklahoma City is on 10 acres of rolling and wooded sites. The park offers paved roads and 152 sites with full hookups including cable TV and Wi-Fi on all pads, 30/50 amp service — 83 paved and 17 gravel pads available. Amenities at the park include laundry, showers, pool and spa, mini-golf, a covered pavilion, and a convenience store.
Rockwell RV Park has 170 shaded sites, mostly pull-throughs, and features some nice amenities, including an indoor heated pool and 10-person spa, free cable and internet, laundry, private showers, and an onsite beauty salon. This park is right off I-40 and Rockwell, close to many shops and eateries within one mile, and offers free coffee, newspapers, and muffins!
Roadrunner RV Park — With convenient access to I-35, this park has 80 concrete pads, cable TV and Wi-Fi, room for slide-outs, and pull-throughs. It is pet-friendly with “almost hotel-like” facilities.
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If you’re ready to rent an RV in Oklahoma City, check out what’s available from local dealerships, fleet owners, and individual RVnGO members on RVnGO. You’ll find options to fit every budget and travel style. RV rentals in Oklahoma City are in the highest demand during the summer months, so book in advance.
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