Places to Visit this Summer in Oklahoma

Whether you just bought a new or used RV or had your current RV serviced, you’re ready to head out on the road. Whether you want to explore the area for a week or only have time for a weekend trip, the Oklahoma City has lots to offer.

If you stay outside the city and bring your motorcycle in your toy hauler, you can ride the bike into town while leaving your Leisure Time RV at the camp site. This way, you won’t have to set up every day.

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Stop by The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum. The memorial allows visitors to pay tribute to those involved in the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing on April 19, 1995. The Memorial Museum does have an admission fee, but the outdoor memorial is free and stays open 24 hours per day, seven days per week. The memorial includes 168 chairs – one chair for each person who died in the bombing. Nineteen of the chairs are smaller – these represent the children lost in the bombing. For more information, visit oklahomacitynationalmemorial.org.

Visit the Red Earth Museum, a nonprofit gallery of more than 1,400 Native American items including fine art, basketry, pottery and beadwork. The state of Oklahoma is home to 39 different Native American tribes as they were forced to relocate in the area in the 19th century. Plan your trip for the Red Earth Festival, which takes place from June 5 through June 7, 2014. For more information, visit redearth.org.

If you prefer some major entertainment, visit Bricktown, a converted warehouse district. The area is filled with upscale nightclubs and restaurants, but there are plenty of photo ops on a Friday or Saturday night. Visitors may take a water taxi on the Bricktown Canal or ride a horse carriage past the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. For more information visit welcometobricktown.com.

Be sure to stop by Leisure Time RV to pick up any necessities or to buy your next RV. If you are in the market for a new RV but are not sure what type you want, walk through floor plans of Class A gas and diesel models, Class C models, fifth wheels, toy haulers, travel trailers and folding campers. You’re sure to find something that perfectly fits your family.

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