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There's a reason a musical's been written about Oklahoma and while camping in Oklahoma you'll discover why. Some RV parks in Oklahoma are located next to the corn "as high as an elephant's eye," and others are adjacent to the "bright golden haze on the meadow."
When you go to Oklahoma camping, you won't be disappointed if you're looking for a beautiful destination. Take a scenic drive along one of several scenic drives, from winding mountain roads to rugged red buttes and forested riverbanks. Keep your camera handy. Of course, you can take the well-known Route 66 or travel the Talimena National Scenic Byway along the
When you go to Oklahoma camping, you won't be disappointed if you're looking for a beautiful destination. Take a scenic drive along one of several scenic drives, from winding mountain roads to rugged red buttes and forested riverbanks. Keep your camera handy. Of course, you can take the well-known Route 66 or travel the Talimena National Scenic Byway along the backbone of the gorgeous Kiamichi Mountains. Take a moment to stop at one or more of the 17 scenic turnouts.
Although Oklahoma is known for its vast expanse of prairie and acres of farming, you may be surprised to know that RV parks in Oklahoma will more than likely have a water feature. Oklahoma, home to more than 200 lakes, offers more than 1 million surface acres perfect for boating, swimming, and fishing. Oklahoma provides the opportunity to reel in a big catch—bass, trout, spoonbill, walleye, or crappie. Rent or bring your canoe along when Oklahoma camping and navigate one of many rivers: The Illinois, Glover River, or the Mountain Fork River. Try canoeing while camping in Oklahoma and you may not want to go back to those noisy motorboats.
Miles of trails traverse the Oklahoma landscape. Flip a coin. Use them as equestrian, ATV, biking, or hiking trails. Mountain biking trails go on for miles and miles (405 miles being the longest). Oklahoma camping gets you close to many of those trails. Try the Turkey Mountain Urban Wilderness Area in Tulsa or the McGee Creek Natural Scenic Recreation Area east of Atoka.
While staying at one of the RV parks in Oklahoma, there's endless adventure. Go parasailing or scuba diving, explore an underground cavern, fly high in a hot air balloon, or go sky diving.
But there's an exciting urban element to camping in Oklahoma. The capital, Oklahoma City, prides itself on offering Western charm in a metropolitan atmosphere. Experience big-league attractions, visit interesting museums, go kid-friendly at the OKC Zoo, or relax at the Myriad Botanical Gardens. But you can also shop at high end stores, dine at five-star restaurants, or dance until dawn enjoying the thriving nightlife. Visit Tulsa, Norman, Lawton, and Broken Arrow and continue to enjoy Oklahoma camping.