Apartments for rent in Oklahoma
Rent an apartment in Oklahoma and enjoy the setting for vast horse and cattle ranches, rodeos and working cowboys. The name "Oklahoma" comes from the Choctaw words: "okla" meaning people and "humma" meaning red, so the state's name literally means "red people." No other state boasts a richer heritage of Amerian Indians. Oklahoma is home to more than 67 Indian tribes including the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek, Seminole, Osage, Cheyenne, Sac and Fox, Delaware, Apache and Pawnee.
How would you like to rent an Oklahoma apartment in Downtown Oklahoma City? The area is divided into five districts, each with a host of apartments to choose from. The Business District is marked by the skyscrapers that form Oklahoma City's skyline and includes companies such as Bank of Oklahoma, Devon Energy, AT&T and the Sonic Corporation. Bricktown is home to SBC Bricktown Ballpark, a 12,000-seat ballpark where the Oklahoma Red Hawks play and the Bricktown Canal, where yellow water taxis are a great spot to enjoy riverfront sightseeing. The Arts District is particularly interesting, with the Myriad Botanical Gardens, Civic Center Music Hall, Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
If you crave the outdoors, Oklahoma is a great place to rent an apartment. Robbers Cave state park in Wilburton, OK was the former hideout for the notorious Jesse James and Belle Starr. Today, it offers miles of trails, camping area, lake access, a swimming pool, a beach, canoeing, rappelling, and even a ride to the cave.
College students love renting an apartment in Oklahoma near some of the highest rated schools in the nation. The University of Oklahoma in Norman host opportunities for both students and visitors who wish to experience OU's rich history and beauty. The University of Tulsa provides undergraduate, graduate, and professional education of the highest quality.
Rent a North Dakota apartment in Tulsa near East 15th street and be one of the regular of the Drillers Stadium. Nothing beats a cold beverage and some stadium junk food on a nice spring day! Golfers love Oklahoma for its flat courses and even terrain. Perhaps one of the most popular places for golf in Oklahoma is the Mohawk Park Golf Course in Tulsa. The course design has enough variety to keep things interesting. Varying elevations, natural hazards and a few long holes is challenging for golfers of all levels.
Oklahoma is situated near some of the nation's most impressive attractions. The kids will love the Oklahoma Aquarium and there is something for everybody at the Apache Historical Museum. Oklahoma also features a number of pet-friendly apartments and many inexpensive rentals for college students, senior citizens, and families. Browse the wide variety of affordable apartment rentals in Oklahoma.