Oklahoma’s Most Charming Towns

If you’re traveling across Oklahoma this summer in your Leisure Time RV, it pays to take time to stop and smell the roses. Or, in this case, to check out the charm of some of Oklahoma’s best small towns.

Broken Bow

Broken Bow is the perfect headquarters for exploring Broken Bow Lake, Beavers Bend Resort Park, Ouachita National Forest, and the Mountain Fork and Glover Rivers. The area gets moderate temperatures in the summer along with plenty of rain, so the region is green and lush – perfect for hiking and outdoor exploration.


A classic destination in Oklahoma, Davis is home to Turner Falls Park, the oldest and perhaps best known park in Oklahoma. From the falls themselves and the pools they fill to the wildflowers and forests, Davis is surrounded by natural beauty.

Medicine Park

Medicine Park is a quaint town full of cobblestone streets and trendy boutiques. The resort town is adjacent to Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge and has great views on all sides. The jewel of the town is its Bath Lake Park, which has been meticulously landscaped with gardens, trees, foot bridges, fountains, and plazas.


The capital of the Osage Nation and located within Osage County, Pawhuska offers stunning views of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve, the largest protected area of tallgrass prairie on the planet. Sprawling across 39,000 acres, the preserve is a prime example of a very specific type of prairie environment and is home to a wide variety of fauna, the most majestic of which are bison, which you can see if you’re lucky.

Visit Leisure Time RV

Stop by Leisure Time RV as you travel through Oklahoma this summer. Whether you’re shopping for a new RV or simply need to make sure that your rig is in good shape with a visit to our service department, Leisure Time RV can help you with your road trip.

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