Muskogee, Oklahoma Moving Company
Allied Van Lines: The Best of Muskogee Moving Companies
We have two Allied Van Lines moving agents who serve Muskogee, OK, and these agents have earned customer-quality ratings of 4.9 and 5 out of 5 stars. Both agents provide excellent service to customers day in and day out, and both are licensed and bonded and also accredited by the BBB. Whether you're planning a move to Honor Heights, Northeast Muskogee, or anywhere in between, our detail-oriented agents have a great familiarity with the area and will handle every detail of your move with precision and care. Backed by the Allied Van Lines network of resources, our highly experienced agents understand the needs of families, singles, and senior citizens. We'll do everything possible to ensure that your move is a positive experience when you turn to us for assistance.
With more than 85 years of experience, Allied Van Lines is a forerunner in the moving industry. We handle local, interstate, and global relocations for households, businesses, and corporations. We offer a comprehensive list of moving options, and our agents work with closely with our customers throughout the moving process. If you have a vehicle to transport or need storage for excess belongings, we have a solution. We provide free moving quotes for our customers, too.
Where the Arkansas River meets the Neosho River you’ll find Muskogee, Okla. A 2012 census revealed that nearly 39,000 people call Muskogee home. Settlers began moving to the area after the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad was extended into what is now Muskogee.
The city gained notoriety when country music star Merle Haggard recorded the song “Okie from Muskogee.” The song was about “livin’ right and bein’ free,” which remains the city’s motto today.
Native American heritage is prominent in Muskogee’s western atmosphere. The Ataloa Lodge and Five Civilized Tribes Museum are located here to give you an in-depth look at the life of Oklahoma’s Native American tribes including Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee and Seminole.
Activities and Attractions in Muskogee
Three Forks Harbor River Center is the highlight of the area as it features a 10,000-square-foot multi-purpose events center and plaza. Boaters can reach many of the nation’s waterways and sea ports from Three Forks Harbor and offers state-of-the-art marina facilities. Outdoor enthusiasts will love the boating, fishing, hiking and cycling opportunities and everyone will enjoy the events offered such as Kids Fishing Rodeo, Cardboard Boat Regatta and River Rumba.
The Oklahoma Renaissance Festival is held at The Castle of Muskogee from the beginning of May through the end of June. This event is perfect for the whole family as you travel back in time to the Medieval days of Castleton to celebrate the King and Queen. Merchants are on hand selling handmade crafts and the World Trade Market features more than 120 artisans.
Considered one of the top spring events in the nation, the Azalea Festival at Honor Heights Park is a sight to be seen. There are 40 acres of manicured gardens with more than 30,000 azaleas in a total of 625 varieties. The event lasts all April long and celebrates the coming of spring as well as the blooming of azaleas, tulips, dogwoods and wisteria.
Moving to Muskogee
After you decide to call this city home, it’s time to search for a Muskogee moving company. There is no surprise pricing with Allied Van Lines, which is a company that has representatives in 34 countries throughout the world and 500 agent locations in North America and Canada. Customers can purchase self-pack materials and opt for assembly and disassembly of belongings including appliances and electronics.
Muskogee is 50 miles southeast of Tulsa via the Muskogee Turnpike. If Allied transports your vehicle, you can fly in to Tulsa International Airport, which is 48 miles from Muskogee.