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Go glamping in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is a state sometimes overlooked, but not rightfully so. Apart from the rolling plains made famous by the musical of the same name, Oklahoma is home to a variety of outdoor landscapes and destinations, perfect for glamping. Oklahoma vacations can take you to places like Turner Falls, Beavers Bend State Park, Lake Murray, or the Ouachita Mountains, to name a few Oklahoma glamping spots. You can customize your luxury camping trips however you like; vacation ideas for families or romantic getaways in Oklahoma, you’ll find it all in our accommodations: tents, tree houses, and cabins in Oklahoma, and more! Browse our list of places to go glamping in Oklahoma and find somewhere to stay that catches your eye, we’re sure you’ll find something. From state parks in Oklahoma with cabins to tree houses in the woods or Lake Murray camping sites, these vacation rentals will quickly make you forget having ever considered staying in hotels in Oklahoma City. So, keep reading to learn more about our outdoor destinations and places to visit in Oklahoma!

Oklahoma camping & state parks with cabins

Whether it’s a trip with friends, a romantic getaway, or family vacations in Oklahoma, Glamping Hub is here to help you find the perfect outdoor rental. Oklahoma state parks like Beavers Bend, Robbers Cave, or Natural Falls—only a few from a vast many—include some of the top Oklahoma attractions. Of course, there is also the Ouachita National Forest, home to some of our guests’ favorite places for hiking in Oklahoma. Campgrounds, tree houses, remote cabins, and more are available to book in and near many of the state parks in Oklahoma. Camping in state parks here, as we said, is the perfect way to get outdoors and explore the many OK hiking trails. And there are so many good ones to pick from! Hike the Cathedral Mountain trail at Gloss Mountain State Park or enjoy the view on the Mountain Trail in Robbers Cave State Park; bring the dog (on the leash) to hike the Tree Trail in Beavers Bend State Park or the Trivia Trail at Lake Eufaula State Park, take your pick! Of course, hiking is not your only option when it comes to things to do in Oklahoma outdoors. There are mountain biking trails, places to climb, swimming holes, fishing spots, and so much more.

Lake camping in Oklahoma

If trail hikes aren’t your thing and you more prefer the water, then take a look at our lake houses in Oklahoma. The state is full of beautiful lakes, from Lake Murray or Lake Eufaula to Broken Bow Lake or Tenkiller Lake; lake camping in Oklahoma is a great way to spend time outdoors and enjoy the fresh air, especially in the summers when you can cool off in the lake! Pick from Oklahoma cabin rentals, lake houses for rent, tree houses, barns, and more, in a wide selection of lake destinations, perfect for spring or summer vacations. Spend a weekend fishing and paddling when you book one of our Broken Bow camping sites; enjoy a family vacation with one of our Tenkiller Lake cabins; wherever you decide to stay, Oklahoma’s lakes offer a wide variety of outdoor fun and adventure for all ages.

Best time to visit: Oklahoma weather

So when is the best time to visit Oklahoma? We would say the best time is probably during the fall, between September and November when Oklahoma weather is mild. Summers are long and hot here, with temperatures above 100°F (38°C), while winter is cold and temperatures usually drop below freezing. All of this means that fall and spring are going to be the most comfortable dates to be outside!