People who come to Oklahoma are often amazed by what
they find. They arrive with expectations as varied and
as vast as the weather, and they leave having learned
that Oklahoma itself is just as unpredictable. Whatever
your interests and wherever your travels may take you
in this great state, you'll discover that the possibilities
truly are endless.
Eastern Oklahoma includes the "Green Country" of
the northeast, patterned with the foothills of the Ozarks,
and woods, streams, lakes and rivers that make it a popular
camping destination. Art Deco Tulsa is its cultural center;
Tahlequah and Pawhuska are the capitals of the Cherokee
and Osage nations respectively.
Oklahoma City and Tulsa are separated by one hundred
surprisingly green miles along the Will Rogers Turnpike
and the famed Route 66 . The Blue Whale in Catoosa and
the Round Barn in Arcadia are classic landmarks along
the "mother road." West of the state capital,
I-40 carries you across empty agricultural communities,
the tedium only broken by the worthwhile Route 66 Museum
in Clinton. I-44 to Wichita Falls passes near the ruggedly
beautiful Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge ; to the
north, in the Oklahoman Panhandle, ranches and tiny hamlets
are the only signs of life.
These Oklahoma vacation homes, ranches, and lodges are
presented by their Owners or agents. Please click on the links provided, then contact Owners directly with your inquiries.