Perched amongst the rolling green hills along the Arkansas River, Tulsa is a cultural mecca in middle America. Thanks to the city’s rich history in the oil industry, a lively arts and music scene was born.
Drive around in your Tulsa car rental alternative and check out the University of Tulsa’s Bob Dylan’s archives, order a superb steak, or head out of town for a satisfying day hike or weekend getaway.
Tulsa has a breezy blend of midwestern nostalgia with an up-and-coming contemporary scene of lovely corner cafes and green spaces.
Arrive early and stay late in the Brady Arts District, a robust arts hub in downtown Tulsa with iconic places like Cain’s Ballroom and a myriad of alluring retail shops, bars, museums, and local businesses.
Designed to foster community and culture, and one of the newest areas in Tulsa, this incredible park features incredible nature trails, sporting areas, skate parks, playgrounds, and so much more.
Hop in your Tulsa car rental alternative and spend an afternoon learning about Woody Guthrie’s life, his musical impact, and get a glimpse of his original written lyrics.
After perusing the artsy and cultural corners of this dynamic city, grab your car keys and take your Tulsa car rental alternative for a spin to see the natural beauty that awaits just beyond the city limits.
Pack your favorite snacks and drive out toward Davis for the tallest waterfall in Oklahoma. Stick around the area for hiking trails, swimming holes, and hidden caves.
Transport yourself into a whole other world just two hours away from Tulsa. Refreshing and tranquil, hike along or rappel down the striking red canyon walls and you’ll be itching to return.
Prepare for endless lakeside views and water activities with more than 600 miles of shoreline at Eufaula Lake, a popular spot for fishing and golfing with delicious eateries to keep you nourished and satisfied.
Lined with rustic buildings, the stretch of Route 66 that runs through Tulsa exudes a retro feel with small towns from another decade and classic spots like Ollie's Station Restaurant.
Hit the road and navigate your way toward Oklahoma’s most famous 54-mile scenic drive for its enchanting rocky landscape, rolling green hills, golden fall foliage, and ice-capped trees depending on the season.
Take your Tulsa car rental alternative to the winding byway along the Ozark Mountains and the stunning blue-gray flint stone hills that surround Lake Tenkiller and the Illinois River.