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Thrifty Car Rental –Tulsa (TUL)

7777 East Apache
Tulsa, OK 74115
Phone: 877-283-0898

Tulsa is a melting pot of Southern, Eastern and Western culture – all boiled down into one vibrant city in The Sooner State. Tulsa boasts a beautiful mild climate year-round, with an average high of 49 degrees in December and 88 degrees in June. No matter what time of the year you're scheduling your travels, you can enjoy the quiet countryside and quaint downtown center. Jump in your Tulsa rental car and experience everything this exciting town has to offer. The unique blend of Native American roots and oil boom heritage create a city unlike any other!

Take a gamble
Tulsa is home to several high-end casinos, including Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, River Spirit Casino and Osage Casino. All conveniently located within minutes of downtown, you can simply drive your Tulsa car rental and be at the blackjack table in minutes. The casinos are open for Class II and Class III gaming, so pros and recreational visitors alike can have a blast. Whether you're looking to play the slots or sit down at a poker table, the 24-hour casinos could virtually keep you busy the entire trip!

Drive into history
The city of Tulsa is older than the state of Oklahoma itself, and it is steeped in history and culture. You can drive your Tulsa rental car along Route 66 or meander through the historic artifacts and massive collections of the American West at the Gilcrease Museum. If you'd rather stretch your legs in the fresh air, walk through downtown and take in the Art Deco skyscrapers! Tulsa is considered as the birthplace of Route 66, and you can still see this historic national highway through the city's Route 66 revitalization plan.

Go Outside
Just because you're visiting a metropolitan area doesn't mean that there isn't stunning nature within a few minutes' driving distance. Your Tulsa car rental will come in handy as you venture through Tulsa's most natural attractions. You can spot bald eagles along the Arkansas River or explore various species of flora at the Linnaeus Teaching Garden. Because the river cuts through the city, there are miles and miles of beautiful river front paths where you can go for an evening stroll or an afternoon bike ride. Seeking an outdoor adventure that is a little more romantic? You should travel to the Stone Bluff Cellars, which sits on a hilltop overlooking the city and offers award-winning wine.