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Gunker Ranch / Log Home

Beautiful, genuine true Log Home in the Osage Oklahoma Hills. Quiet, peaceful area with gorgeous sunrises and sunsets! Surrounded by horses, cattle, goats, and many other type farm animals. Excellent roads to cycle on and take leisurely, relaxing drives. Friendly people who enjoy life in the country - just like you will when you arrive! It is a destination of peace and relaxation. Only 15 minutes north of Downtown Tulsa. Easy drive to any part of Tulsa or Osage County.

$54 per night
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Bluestem Getaway Cabin

Beautiful cozy cabin located central to Bartlesville, Tulsa, Skiatook, and Pawhuska. A perfect place to step back in time while enjoying all modern amenities including all new top of the line bedding and linens, complimentary coffee/tea bar with flavored teas, creamers, and syrup, and complimentary cookies. Fully fenced backyard where pets are allowed. Indoor and outdoor games provided. The Bluestem Mercantile is within walking distance for your shopping pleasure.

$120 per night
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New Construction Cabin 7 minutes from Downtown

This is a New property, house (cabin),Granite counters,walk in shower,direct tv,pool table, dart board,Private Hot Tub

$215 per night

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Cozy 1 Bedroom Efficient Home
$47 per night
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Entire Secluded Condo Near Tulsa Attractions
$49 per night
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Great Location - Guest House - Private Entry
$42 per night
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Private Cherry Street Garage Bungalow.
$60 per night
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Private, Comfortable, and Quiet Room for Rent
$25 per night
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Cozy & Clean Midtown Room with Many Amenities
$38 per night
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Perfectly Located Modern Loft Center of Downtown
$81 per night
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Primrose Bungalow TU/Downtown/Cherry Street/Rt. 66
$76 per night
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Centrally located beach themed apartment w/pool
$59 per night
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1933 BOHO Style Downtown Studio next to Breweries
$44 per night
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Private garage apartment
$98 per night
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Delightful downtown/Riverside cottage
$72 per night

Your guide to Tulsa

Welcome to Tulsa

An oil town with artsy swagger, Tulsa is best known for its green spaces, fine craft beers, and dynamic museum scene, which includes the Gilcrease Museum, home to more than 350,000 artifacts from Indigenous peoples that will help you understand the history, settlement, and expansion of Oklahoma. The Woody Guthrie Center pays homage to one of the great American folk singers and songwriters, further spreading the cultural values for which he stood. Though visual arts abound in Oklahoma’s second-largest city, so too do other forms of creative expression. The Tulsa Performing Arts Center hosts the city’s ballet, opera, and symphony, as well as traveling stage productions.

In Midtown, you’ll find a high concentration of independent shops and some of the city’s best craft breweries. Tulsa also was the site of the tragic 1921 Tulsa Race Riot, when the Greenwood District — home to successful entrepreneurs in the 1920s, earning it the nickname of Black Wall Street — was burned to the ground, killing more than 300 people. The Greenwood Cultural Center now tells the story of the massacre through the lens of preserving the African American community’s heritage and shining a spotlight on its achievements.


How do I get around Tulsa?

Tulsa International Airport (TIA) is just 8 miles east of downtown and has daily nonstop service to many cities across the United States. The state’s largest airport, Will Rogers World Airport (OKC), in Oklahoma City, is 115 miles southwest. If you’re visiting the area from abroad, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in Texas is the closest major international airport, 258 miles south. Renting a car in Tulsa isn’t mandatory, as you can easily take a taxi or rideshare from the airport to anywhere in town. Getting around the city is doable on foot or by local transportation like the Tulsa Transit bus system. Route 66 passes right through Tulsa, just south of downtown, bringing many vacationers who are taking the iconic cross-country road trip.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Tulsa?

Spring and fall are pleasant times to be in Tulsa, as Oklahoma summers can be very hot and humid. October in particular is balmy and devoid of heavy crowds. Winter can dip below freezing, with ice and snow not uncommon in December, January, and February. The free, four-day Muscogee (Creek) Nation Festival over the fourth weekend in June is a great opportunity to learn more about the culture and history of the self-governed Native American tribe, the fourth-largest in the United States, who reside in this area of Oklahoma.


What are the top things to do in Tulsa?

Philbrook Museum of Art

Set in a sprawling 72-room Italian Renaissance mansion built in the Roaring ’20s, the Philbrook Museum of Art’s permanent collections include American Indian pottery and basketry alongside American and European paintings; it also specializes in bringing diverse and globally acclaimed exhibits to Tulsa. The extensive English gardens and walking paths that surround the villa round out this 27-acre estate.

The Kendall Whittier District

A shining example of the importance of incentive-driven revitalization in urban cores, the award-winning neighborhood of Kendall Whittier now houses food trucks, a food hall, public art, artist studios, breweries, and rotating markets.

Gathering Place

Set along the Arkansas River, this $500 million outdoor wonderland was gifted to the city by the George Kaiser Family Foundation. Fusing art with green space in a riverfront setting, Gathering Place incorporates grottos, waterfalls, special installations, and sculptures that double as slides alongside tennis courts, a skate park, and water activities like kayaking and paddleboating.