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Rent an RV and discover the hidden gems of Oklahoma

There is no better way to experience this heartland of the Midwest than rent an RV and explore Oklahoma.

If your idea of the perfect RV road trip involves cruising along scenic routes to witness stunning foliage, natural marvels and unique attractions, then Oklahoma's scenic byways offer an array of options to fulfil your love for adventure on the open road. Taking your accommodation with you in the form of an RV hands-down beats the idea of hotel hopping!

For those who are new to the idea of driving an RV, you will be quietly surprised at how easy they are and how well equipped they come. Whilst every travelling budget is catered for you can expect all the mods-cons in even a reasonably priced RV rental with vehicles accommodating from 2 to 7 travellers. Booking your RV rental to explore Oklahoma is easy and straight forward. Enter your pick up and drop off locations, your preferred dates and review the selection of RV and campervan vehicles returned. Once you have chosen your vehicle select desired option packs (see below - these are strongly recommended as the rental fee only covers the vehicle itself) and complete the booking process. Whatever your vehicle choice there is plenty to see and explore in Oklahoma with the bonus of Route 66 running right across the state for those looking for a nostalgic adventure.

The most popular pick-up and drop off location for RV rental travellers to Oklahoma largely come from Dallas, just over an hour's drive south of the state border and 3 hours from Oklahoma City.

So when's the best time of year to explore Oklahoma in your RV? - April through October is the most popular period with obviously the summer months being the busiest. However Oklahoma is known for its lengthy fall color season running well into November. As the temperatures drops with the approach of winter, early fall can be the ideal time to explore the great Oklahoma outdoors in your RV rental on an autumn adventure.

Experience the breath-taking landscapes of Oklahoma through its diverse scenic drives spanning across twelve distinct eco-regions, ranging from expansive prairies and sand dunes to rolling hills, cypress swamps, canyons, and forests. Across these 12 eco-regions, Oklahoma offers 32 stunning state parks ideally suited for RV travellers with an array of dedicated hook-up space for RVs, designated primitive camping spots, cabins and lodge accommodations catering for every budget. Some must-see State parks include:

Given the popularity of rving particularly during the summer months, booking ahead to reserve a RV site with full hook-up in any of Oklahoma's State parks is strongly recommended. These sites offer RV vehicles amenities such as power, water and sewer services along with sensational lake views, canyons and wooded terrain.

Embark on a further journey along Oklahoma's renowned scenic highway, the Talimena National Scenic Byway. This 87-kilometer route begins in Talihina, Southeast Oklahoma, and meanders through the picturesque Ouachita National Forest, offering captivating views of the Kiamichi Mountains. With 64 kilometers of the highway within Oklahoma, the route features 17 scenic turnouts with enchanting names like Castle Rock and Sugarloaf, promising awe-inspiring vistas that transcend every season, not just autumn.

Indulge in a nostalgic journey along Route 66 - America's Main Street - where Oklahoma boasts the longest drivable stretch of this iconic route, spanning over 640 kilometers within its borders. Along the way, explore quirky roadside attractions like the Blue Whale in Catoosa, savour authentic cuisine, and immerse yourself in the warm hospitality of Oklahoma's charming towns.

Delve into the rich history of Route 66 at state-of-the-art museums such as the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton, the National Transportation and Route 66 Museum in Elk City, and the Route 66 Interpretive Center in Chandler. Travelling Route 66 in an RV is for some to experience the very essence of this iconic highway and create a lifelong memory bubble for both adults and children alike.

The state encompasses some 178,000 sq km and when it comes to cities, Oklahoma is dominated by its namesake, Oklahoma City, with a population of over 680,000, located pretty much at the state center, with second city, Tulsa, 110 miles north west with a population of 411,000.

Best state entry points include Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, Tulsa International Airport and Dallas Fort Worth International Airport which caters for a wider influx of international flights. When it comes to sourcing tourist information the best place to visit on what to do and where to visit in your RV in Oklahoma is www.travelok.com.

At DriveNow we help travellers compare vehicles and pricing to find the best available rental deals on RVs to explore Oklahoma as well as other locations right across the US and Canada. Our rates come directly from the suppliers and we ensure that they are the cheapest available. We offer an objective and bias-free comparison service to help travellers make an informed choice when it comes to hiring RVs. Our booking service is absolutely free with no administration or booking charges so you are assured of getting the best available deal on the vehicle of choice.

For international visitors an important difference to note when renting an RV or campervan in the US is that the rental price of the vehicle can appear at first sight to be very low. But it only covers the rental of the vehicle itself including standard insurance, taxes and any one-way fees. You need to select other important optional modules for your road trip. It's a good idea to pre-book some of these and whilst each provider has different inclusions these typically include:

  • Mileage Packs
  • Excess Insurance Reduction options
  • Bedding Packs (Personal Kits)
  • Kitchen Packs or "Vehicle Provisioning Kits"
  • Shuttle Transfers to/from RV Depot
  • Morning Priority Departure
  • Early Bird Departure Specials - designated hotel pick-up and early/late vehicle pick-up and drop-off
  • Generator use – when not using a Camp Ground Powered site
  • Miscellaneous rental items – GPS Navigation, coffee machine, toaster, folding chair etc

Mileage packs are likely the most important option to look at as they are cheaper to pre-purchase, although there is no refund on unused mileage.

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FAQs on RV rental in Oklahoma

What is the top attraction for RV travellers in Oklahoma?

Route 66

When’s the best time for a road trip in Oklahoma?

Oklahoma’s stretch of Route 66 welcomes travellers throughout the year. Spring through to Fall are the most popular

Can you safely do an RV Road Trip in winter here?

Yes. Oklahoma’s stretch of Route 66 welcomes travellers throughout the year, even in the depths of winter when the highway is less travelled.

Are there areas in Oklahoma where road-trippers should take special precautions?


Are there free overnight RV camping sites in Oklahoma?

Yes there are many locations including All Walmarts – statewide; Quapaw Casino – Miami; Caney Bend Public Use Area – Pawhuska; Oologah WMN – Riley Bottoms, Nowata; Hard Rock Casino – Tulsa; Camping World of Tulsa; Bass Pro Shop, Broken Arrow; Jackson Bay at Fort Gibson Lake, Wagoner; Sallisaw 1-40 WB Rest Area, Gans; 1-40 EB Rest Area, Gans; Cherokee Casino, Roland; Kiamichi River 1, Heavener; National Forest /CR 51220, Broken Bow; Riverwind Casino, Norman; Cracker Barrel, Oklahoma City;L Lucky Star Casino, Clinton

Planning your RV Vacation in Oklahoma

For road tripping and particularly in a RV the things that are most important to plan for and remember are:

  • Choosing the right time of year to travel, think about your interests and take into consideration your stamina, fitness.
  • How much time? Check out the Travelok website.
  • What size vehicle do you need, research our site to see the layouts and decide what size, and price meet your budget.
  • Pre-book your flights, vehicle, campgrounds (https://www.travelok.com/state-parks) and any pre and post accommodation. This is particularly import if you plan to visit during the summer months.

Finally .………. thank you for considering DriveNow in your RV vacation plans for Oklahoma, we genuinely appreciate it and will strive to beat your expectations when it comes to booking you a great RV rental deal!

@All images; our thanks and credit Oklahoma Office of Tourism