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Camping for 4 people in Lake Texoma, with pets
5 reviews
Lake Texoma, Oklahoma
$90per night
Vacation apartment for 4 people in Skiatook
Skiatook, Skiatook Lake
$97per night
Beautiful lodge for 2 people in Tulsa, with jacuzzi and garden, with pets, 330 ft²
43 reviews
Tulsa, Oklahoma
$113per night
Fantastic camping for 3 people in Le Flore County, with garden, 240 ft²
25 reviews
$95per night
Excellent vacation house for 4 people in Oklahoma, with garden, 410 ft²
20 reviews
$121per night
Fabulous resort for 2 people in Pocola
201 reviews
Pocola, Oklahoma
$99per night
Cozy resort for 2 people in Oklahoma, 130 ft²
2 pers.
141 reviews
$89per night
Cozy resort for 2 people in Choctaw County, 290 ft²
53 reviews
$89per night
Vacation house for 5 people in Tulsa
Tulsa, Oklahoma
$71per night
Lodge for 2 people in Norman
172 reviews
Norman, Oklahoma
$46per night
Beautiful resort for 2 people in Durant, with jacuzzi, with pets
1003 reviews
Durant, Oklahoma
$70per night
Vacation apartment for 2 people in Edmond, with jacuzzi and garden
2 pers.
Edmond, Oklahoma
$39per night
Lodge for 4 people in Pushmataha County, with garden
4 pers., 1 bedrooms
$165per night
Fantastic vacation apartment for 2 people in Oklahoma County, with terrace
2 pers.
6 reviews
$70per night
Vacation house for 14 people in Oklahoma City
14 pers., 4 bedrooms
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
$501per night
Vacation house for 11 people in Broken Bow, with jacuzzi and terrace
11 pers., 4 bedrooms
Broken Bow, Broken Bow Lake
$493per night
Vacation house for 10 people in Oklahoma, with garden
10 pers., 3 bedrooms
$287per night
Apartment for 3 people in Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
$117per night
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Highlights in Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma City National Memorial
  • Oklahoma Science Museum
  • Oklahoma Zoo and Botanical Garden
  • Chickasha Festival of Lights
  • White Water Bay Splash Park
  • The Ouachita Mountains

Most popular in Oklahoma

Internet 955
Pet allowed 442
Balcony/Terrace 861
TV 1,039
Air conditioning 1,099
Parking 1,050
Washing machine 930
Jacuzzi 435
Heating 1,058

Vacation Rentals in Oklahoma

Restful Vacation Villas

Located in the Midwest of America, Oklahoma offers many different landscapes to enjoy. This pretty region includes gorgeous lakes, forests and the vast expanses of the Great Plains. Oklahoma City is the site of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the Bricktown entertainment zone and is ideal for entertainment and nightlife. There are numerous vacation rental options in the city and you can find dozens of comfortable vacation homes along lakes, rivers and forests or in the Oklahoma city center. There are large cabins, apartments and small rural cottages to rent.

Retreats and Holiday Villages

There are plenty of great options to choose from if you want to stay in the rural areas of Oklahoma, particularly around Hochatown, Long Lake Resort and in Broken Bow and Pettit at Lake Tenkiller. There are also homes available in Oklahoma City and Tulsa and at the Choctaw Casino Resort. Vacation rentals are fully equipped, spacious or cosy and have gardens, terraces, fireplaces and patios to add to their value. You can rent a cottage or home that sleeps 6, rent privately or opt for a resort vacation rental.

Holiday in Oklahoma


The 20th- Largest American State

The 20th-largest state in the US, and covering an area of 69,898 square miles, Oklahoma is located on the Frontier Strip. Part of it lies within the Great Plains. Arkansas and Missouri are found to the east and Kansas to the north. New Mexico is located to the west and {Texas}{29298}} to the south.

Region of Diverse Landscapes

Oklahoma is situated in the Gulf of Mexico watershed between the Great Plains and the Ozark Plateau, a sloping area from the high plains to the low wetlands in the south east. Its highest peak is the Black Mesa, at 4,973 ft. Little River in the far southeast is its lowest point. The Ouachita Mountains cover a vast area of Oklahoma. Other mountains in the area are the Arbuckle, Wichita and the Ozark Mountains.

A Great Place to see Botanical Gardens

Oklahoma is home to numerous beautiful botanical gardens, formal gardens and a splash park in a garden setting. You can enjoy a quiet stroll through the beautiful landscaped areas of the region, have a picnic or take some photographs of the spectacular flora in the area. You can also enjoy dog-friendly parks, a conservatory and more. This is an ideal place for children and the whole family to enjoy peaceful surroundings.

Activities in Oklahoma

Extreme Adventures in Oklahoma

Vacation rentals in Oklahoma are a great choice for extreme adventure enthusiasts. You can go sky diving, parasailing, rock climbing and rappelling or scuba diving in a lake. Try a spell at a wakeboarding park where you can jump numerous unique ramps while being towed by cables instead of a boat. You can go white water rafting or caving or swimming in the area. If 4x4 trails strike your fancy you can spend the day tackling the extreme trails in the area or go ziplining with a group of friends.

Water Activities in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is a great place to enjoy water activities and sports. You can go sailing, kayaking, canoeing, or try Skippa Rock River Floats. The fun of whitewater river rafting is perfect for adrenaline junkies while the kids can enjoy the waterslides splash park or streams. This is a great area for both gentle water pursuits and more challenging activities which make it suitable for the whole family.

The native American population in Oklahoma is the largest in the US. It was initially set aside for tribal nations and called Indian Territory. In 1889, the land was opened to settlers during the now famous "Oklahoma Land Rush."

Top 5 Things to Do in Oklahoma

1. Pay Your Respects at Oklahoma City National Memorial

This memorial was built to memorialise victims, survivors and rescuers who helped in and were affected by the Oklahoma City bombing. This bombing took place on April 19, 1995. While it is a sad reminder of a tragic day, it is a must-do stop on your Oklahoma tour. It is certainly a stark reminder of the way in which humans help humans in times of desperate tragedy.

2. Relax at the Myriad Botanical Gardens

The Myriad botanical gardens consists of 17-acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, a tropical conservatory and dog park. It is located near Reno and Robertson in the south-west and also offers horticultural classes.

3. Visit the Science Museum Oklahoma

The Science Museum Oklahoma also houses the Kirkpatrick Planetarium and several specialized galleries. It is a hands-on, interactive museum and exhibits detail the human body and how it works, a Kid Inventor section and aviation displays among many others.

4.Visit the animals at the Oklahoma Zoo

The Oklahoma Zoo and Botanical Garden houses 1900 animal species. It is located in Oklahoma City's Adventure District in Oklahoma City. The zoo covers 119 acres and is home to more than 1,900 animals. It's a great choice for families with small children.

5. Splash Around at White Water Bay

White Water Bay is a the largest water theme park in the region and has 11 waterslides, a wave pool (Monsoon Bay) and relax in Castaway Creek Lazy River. Try a climb up Cannonball Falls or take the 277 foot plunge with a 64 foot free-fall at Acapulco Cliff Dive.

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Festival of Lights Oklahoma

One of the top holiday light shows in the US, The Chickasha Festival of Light showcases in excess of 3.5 million twinkling lights. You will find it in Shannon Springs Park. There are more than 100 animated light scenes, displays and a computer animated display.