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The array of hotels in Oklahoma that we offer is more than OK! Choose a downtown Oklahoma City hotel if you'd like to stay near Bricktown Entertainment District, and discount Tulsa hotels abound, perfect for attending popular events at River Parks. Our OK Hotel Guide is chock full of 5 star hotels and family-friendly accommodations - you are in the right place to save money!

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Oklahoma’s largest city and capital, Oklahoma City is centrally located at the crossroads of three major Interstate Highways; over a million people call its metro area “home”. For fun, its downtown Bricktown Entertainment District can not be beaten, with plenty of excellent Oklahoma hotels nearby for convenience. Did you know that more horse shows are held here than anywhere else? You are in cowboy country now! On a more sober note, a visit to the Oklahoma City National Memorial is a must-do while in town.

The University of Oklahoma is in Norman, just south of Ok City; you can enjoy first-rate athletic events and other college-town amenities here. Tulsa, in northwestern Oklahoma, is a green spot in a mostly brown state. It boasts a lush River Parks system along the Arkansas River, sporting hiking and biking trails and acting as the site for lots of events, a thriving downtown Art Deco district and Vegas-style casino action.  It also hosts the country’s largest municipal park, Mohawk Park, along with outstanding cultural venues, Philbrook Museum of Art and Gilcrease Museum.

Roman Nose State Park, about 80 miles northwest of Ok City, flaunts a beautiful canyon setting, 18-hole golf course, horse stables, two lakes and three natural springs. Black Mesa State Park & Nature Preserve is tucked into the state’s northwestern corner. This park is home to the state’s highest point; hike for great views, almost 5000 feet above sea level. Freshwater and mineral springs are protected at Chickasaw National Recreation Area, about an hour and a half south of Ok City; plan to cast a line for the biggest bass at Lake of the Arbuckles. Watch the movie OKLAHOMA!, then treat yourself to a visit in person!

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Chickasaw national Recreation Area

Lake of the Arbuckles is reputed to have some of the best bass fishing around, but don’t discount the smaller Veterans Lake. Rock Creek Multi-use trail system allows hiking, biking and horseback riding. Ranger-led programs acquaint visitors with the local plants and wildlife, and there are excellent exhibits at the Travertine Nature Center. Platt Historic District, which at one time was the nation’s smallest national park, is located within Chickasaw. Find Discount Hotels near Chickasaw National Recreation Area.

Frontier City

A two park pass can be purchased to enjoy Frontier City’s thrill rides plus a water park (a few miles away). The classic wooden coaster is tame compared with exciting Diamond Back’s backwards and forwards steel loop! Pint-sized rides and a petting zoo are available to keep the littlest kids happy, while the Log Flume and whitewater Renegade Rapids thrill the teens. Family-friendly live dancing and singing shows are lots of fun, as are first-rate concerts. Sister park, White Water Bay, boasts a variety of thrill rides, slippery slides and sparkling pools, plus summertime Dive-In Movies. Find Discount Hotels near Frontier City.

Oklahoma City National Memorial

The site of the 1995 Federal Building bombing has been turned into a lovely, touching memorial, close to downtown Oklahoma City. The Field of Empty Chairs representing those who lost their lives, next to the Reflecting Pool, combine to create a beautiful, sobering setting. Tour the adjacent National Memorial Museum to learn more. Find Discount Hotels near Oklahoma City National Memorial.

Roman Nose State Park

With its stunning canyon setting, Roman Nose boasts gypsum cliffs and 3 natural springs. An 18-hole, par 70 golf course is available for play, and riding stables are popular for trail rides and pony rides for the kids. Two lakes and hiking trails provide all sorts of outdoor recreation; for convenience, the park rents canoes, kayaks, paddleboats and mountain bikes. Find Discount Hotels near Roman Nose State Park.

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