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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Oklahoma is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
It is hard to outline the charms of Oklahoma without bursting into song, but suffice to say you won't be disappointed with the beautiful sights and varied activities on offer in this hospitable southern state. A rich tapestry of prairies, lakes and mountains, Oklahoma's reputation as a land full of heart and hope is well-deserved.
On arrival at Tulsa International Airport, you will probably have already arranged car hire by booking online with Alamo and selecting a vehicle from their large fleet of modern, reliable cars, so you can get straight on with exploring Oklahoma's second largest city. Spend a few hours browsing the boutiques, cafes and shops of Utica Square, or exploring Native American history at the Gilcrease Museum. Then, take a short drive out to the Philbrook Museum of Art, where the house and gardens are as stunning as the exhibits. In the evening, you will discover why Tulsa has one of the highest culinary reputations in the country when you dine in one of the many fine restaurants in the city's Blue Dome entertainment district.
With Alamo you are free to explore at your leisure, so why not drive along the famous Route 66, used by 'Okies' to escape the dust bowls of the 1930s and later celebrated in song and TV shows as the epitome of the American ideal of the open road? Although now superseded by modern interstate highways, much of the original road still exists in Oklahoma. It is worth investing in a guidebook, as many maps and road signs no longer recognise it, but the route is rich with history and breath-taking landscapes, often still taking in quirky relics of forgotten America. Head either south-west to Oklahoma City and Clinton, home of the Route 66 Museum, or north-east towards the Kansas border.
Oklahoma has many state parks, national reserves and recreation areas to enjoy, from the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, where you can see buffalo and elk grazing in their natural habitat, to the calm oasis of Natural Falls State Park. The stark, high plateau of the Black Mesa State Park and Nature Reserve is inhabited by black bears and golden eagles, and also offers unparalleled views over three states. There is no doubt that Oklahoma is somewhere you'll want to explore to the full, and a hire car with Alamo is the most reliable way to do so.