Oklahoma's landscape is divided into six regions each with its own distinct flavor, image and unique cities or towns. Staying in an Oklahoma vacation home rental is a great way to see all the state has to offer visitors. Green Country is where you will find the emerald hills of Northeastern Oklahoma. This outdoor lover's paradise is home to more than half of Oklahoma's state parks. Arbuckle Country, in South Central Oklahoma, is home to five major lakes. Here the wide blue waters stretch out for miles. Ancient granite mountains are found in Southwestern part of the state. This is the place to see some of the stateÃƒÆ’Ã‚â€šÃƒâ€šÃ‚â€™s most vibrant sunsets. Oklahoma vacation home rentals can be discovered on Grand Lake, a wonderful body of water located in a natural setting. Cruise around Grand Lake on a pontoon boat. With miles of exquisite shoreline, visitors can explore, tour, swim or fish this beautiful lake.
Oklahoma's largest city and state capital is the heart of the state. Oklahoma City an easy-going patchwork of cosmopolitan and country. Thanks to a citywide revitalization effort, downtown has a canal that flows beside choice restaurants, shops and quaint cafes in the historic Bricktown entertainment district. A fleet of water taxis provides tours on the mile-long waterway. In the Downtown OKC area, you'll also find the Myriad Botanical Gardens, the OKC National Memorial and the new OKC Museum of Art. Catch a ride on the Oklahoma Spirit Trolley which runs through Downtown, the Oklahoma Adventure District and other popular areas. A Oklahoma vacation home rental is the ideal accommodation for a visit to this western state.
Oklahoma may seem like a "boring" state, but taking a vacation there will only keep you happily occupied. Spend time outside with boating, fishing, hunting, and camping, or enjoy the inside with shopping, spas, museums and theaters. Whether your single or have a large family, the Sooner State will make for a great vacation. To extend your trip into a permanent stay, find Oklahoma Moving Companies.