Oklahoma Vacation Rental Information
Some points of interest for those looking to rent a vacation home in Oklahoma
Oklahoma has a great deal to offer the intrepid adventurer. The name of the state itself comes from the Native American Choctaw words “okla” meaning people and “humma” meaning red, so the state’s name literally means “red people”.
An Oklahoma vacation rental will put you in the middle of a rich cultural history closely linked to the Native American tribes, African-American history and the legendary Wild West cowboys.
There is a wide range of activities to undertake during your vacation including over a hundred rodeos that take place during the year as well as many Wild West shows.
Further, Oklahoma offers the opportunity for exciting outdoor activities including mountain biking, scuba diving and trail riding. Oklahoma is home to the Illinois River as well as having many lakes, forests and national parks. You can visit Chickasaw National Park or the Ouachita National Forest. Go fishing on Lake Texoma or scuba diving in Lake Tenkiller. Visit Washita Battlefield or play golf on one of the many golf courses or visit Woolaroc Ranch, Museum and Wildlife Preserve. The choice is wide and varied.
There are also many wineries to visit, for those of you with a thirst, such as Grape Ranch Winery and Vineyard.
Take the kids to a water park such as Big Splash in Tulsa or maybe Celebration Station, in Oklahoma City, which has Go-carts and Bumper Boats.
With such a wide variety of activities for all the family, an Oklahoma vacation rental home is ideal for any holidaymaker.
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