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House Kingston
$133 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
5.0
Outstanding (42 ratings)
Kingston, Marshall County, Oklahoma
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Cottage Grove
$156 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
4.8
Outstanding (81 ratings)
Grove, Delaware County, Oklahoma
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House Grove
$125 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
4.6
Excellent (41 ratings)
Grove, Delaware County, Oklahoma
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Villa The Pines
$397 per night
Villa ∙ 12 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
4.7
Excellent (24 ratings)
The Pines, Warr Acres, Oklahoma
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House Vian
$198 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
5.0
Outstanding (10 ratings)
Vian, Sequoyah County, Oklahoma
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House Quail Creek
$551 per night
House ∙ 22 guests ∙ 7 bedrooms
4.5
Excellent (35 ratings)
Quail Creek, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Cabin Broken Bow
$97 per night
Cabin ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
5.0
Outstanding (5 ratings)
Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma
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House Kingston
$419 per night
House ∙ 22 guests ∙ 6 bedrooms
4.9
Outstanding (51 ratings)
Kingston, Marshall County, Oklahoma
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House Afton
$325 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
5.0
Outstanding (19 ratings)
Afton, Ottawa County, Oklahoma
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Vacation rentals with Wi-Fi

House  Kingston
$336 per night
House ∙ 12 guests ∙ 5 bedrooms
4.9
Outstanding (22 ratings)
Kingston, Marshall County, Oklahoma
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House  Eucha
$182 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
4.9
Outstanding (62 ratings)
Eucha, Delaware County, Oklahoma
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Cabin  Eufaula
$106 per night
Cabin ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
4.9
Outstanding (52 ratings)
Eufaula, McIntosh County, Oklahoma
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Cabins and Homes With Fireplaces

Cabin  Eucha
$279 per night
Cabin ∙ 16 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
5.0
Outstanding (31 ratings)
Eucha, Delaware County, Oklahoma
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Cabin  Broken Bow
$396 per night
Cabin ∙ 10 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
4.4
Very good (38 ratings)
Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma
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House  Medicine Park
$153 per night
House ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
3.6
Good (4 ratings)
Medicine Park, Comanche County, Oklahoma
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Vacation rentals and apartments with air conditioning

House  Harlow Creek
$614 per night
House ∙ 14 guests ∙ 5 bedrooms
4.5
Excellent (39 ratings)
Harlow Creek, Tulsa, Oklahoma
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House  Grove
$406 per night
House ∙ 16 guests ∙ 5 bedrooms
5.0
Outstanding (8 ratings)
Grove, Delaware County, Oklahoma
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Cabin  Broken Bow
$353 per night
Cabin ∙ 9 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms
5.0
Outstanding (11 ratings)
Broken Bow, McCurtain County, Oklahoma
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Oklahoma?

Accommodation in Oklahoma cost from $58 per night.

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Oklahoma Information

About Oklahoma

Oklahoma, a state in the South Central United States, has a rich Native American history. Its name is derived from the Choctaw language, and dozens of Native American tribes have roots here. Oklahoma’s prairie landscape makes it a prime location for natural gas, oil, and agricultural exports. The capital city of Oklahoma City has over 600,000 residents who enjoy a shared love of the Oklahoma City Thunder and a rich Western history. Its varied geographical regions, exciting cities, and quintessentially American history make it a great destination for your next vacation.

Things to do in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City is known as “the Horse Show Capital of the World” with dozens of equine events throughout the year. Here, visitors can watch everything from rodeos to dressage shows. Several museums throughout the state cover everything from local history to modern art—don’t miss the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. Additionally, Oklahoma has a wide variety of opportunities for outdoor recreation. Three large lakes, Eufaula, Grand, and Tenkiller, are perfect for boating, swimming, and sunbathing. The flat plains and rugged mountain ranges are perfect for observing nature, such as bison and bald eagles.

Best cities to visit in Oklahoma

The larger cities in Oklahoma, such as Tulsa and Oklahoma City, are full of museums, cultural activities, and sporting events. Enjoy food trucks, live music, and great shopping in Tulsa’s eclectic districts. See Oklahoma City from above on the Sandridge Sky Trail, an adventurous attraction in the capital city. Edmond, a quaint city, has over 200 restaurants. Try Signature Grill for a fine dining experience. Norman is the home of Oklahoma University, creating a culture of art, athletics, and nightlife.

Best small towns in Oklahoma

Step back in time when you visit Medicine Park, a town of 400 at the base of the Wichita Mountains. Walk down cobblestone streets as you learn about American history, and go to the Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge to enjoy wildlife viewing, hiking, and more. Broken Bow is a rustic mountain town, with average summer temperatures exceeding 80 degrees—perfect for enjoying the summer months at Ouachita National Forest. Chandler is a Route 66 community, full of museums and memorials commemorating the iconic highway.

Best lake vacations in Oklahoma

There are over 200 lakes in Oklahoma, allowing visitors to enjoy boating, sunbathing, and swimming throughout the state. Lake Tenkiller is known as the state’s “Heaven in the Hills.” Beautiful natural cliffs surround the lake, and the water is clear enough to attract scuba divers and spearfishers. Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma’s largest lake, features sandy beaches and smooth water for boating. Adventurous families will enjoy the opportunities to camp, hike, ride ATVs, golf, and ride horses.

Best National Parks in Oklahoma

There are several nationally protected areas in Oklahoma, each providing visitors with insight into Oklahoma’s history and natural beauty. Chickasaw National Recreation Area has springs and streams, perfect for boating, fishing, and camping. The Trail of Tears National Historic Trail honors Cherokee Indians who were forced to relocate to Oklahoma in the 19th century. The Cherokee County Historical Museum features thousands of artifacts from the Cherokee Indians, as well as hundreds of dolls. Washita Battlefield, located in Cheyenne, is an important site to the Indian Wars that took place here. Guided tours take place during the summer months, which highlight the area’s trails and significant locations.

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