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Have the Perfect Vacation on a Bus Rental and Charter in Mustang, Oklahoma

Mustang is home to more than 17,000 people and is part of Canadian County and the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Statistical Area. Visit the city on a bus rental and charter in Mustang, Oklahoma today.

A bus rental and charter in Mustang, Oklahoma can easily accommodate big groups of tourists. So if you have a group of up to 60 people traveling with you, make sure that they are comfortable on a bus.

Arts & Culture

Visit the Mustang Historical Society where you could learn more about the city's history, the Mustang Township and other interesting topics.

Restaurants & Shopping

The city has many small businesses that you can patronize, so be sure that you check out the local retailers to find what you are looking for. You can also check out the best restaurants in the city, including Hana Sushi, Texcalco Mexican Restaurant, City Bites, Wasabi, and Luigiano's Italian Restaurant.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Play golf at the nine-hole Pebble Creek Golf Course, which has more than 1,600 yards at the longest tees. The course has a par of 27, a rating of 35.0 and a slope rating of 113. It was designed by Tripp Davis and opened in the 1990s.

The city is home of the Canadian Valley Rangerettes Mounted Drill Team. The team has been the winners of the United States Equestrian Drill Association National Open Drill Champions' SportsQuest Cup for three years and also the Kessler Prize in 2012. You can also go to the Mustang Recreation Center where you have 20,000 sq. ft. of space that features a variety of recreational sports and fitness activities. There is a multipurpose gymnasium, basketball hoops, gym, climbing wall, game room, table tennis, pool table, and other amenities.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

The Meloy House is the only site in the city that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The house is a fine example of first generation houses in the county. It was built in the 1900s in the heart of the city's old downtown. Most of the surrounding houses are now gone, yet the Meloy House has been saved from demolition.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Beat the heat at the Mustang Aquatic Center where you have zero-depth entry, interactive water play structures, a lap lane and a water slide. You can play baseball at one of the six fields at the Mustang Baseball Complex. Or you could also check out the Mustang Soccer Complex where you can watch youth league games. Further, the Mustang Softball Complex has six fields and hold several tournaments all throughout the year.

Then you can visit the city's many parks, including Wildhorse Park where you have baseball diamonds, a frisbee golf course, picnic facility, pool, playground, pond, trails and a volleyball court among other amenities. Or go to the Old City Park where you have ball diamonds, picnic facilities, swings and a playground.

Meadows Park has a basketball court, picnic facilities, swings, a tennis court and a playground. Meanwhile, Curtis Park has a picnic pavilion and tables, playground, rodeo arena, and ball diamonds. Other parks you can go to include: Branches Park, Centennial Park, Dowden Park, Elliott Park, Heights Park, and Meadowbrook Park.

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