It’s pretty impressive that this designation belongs to something in our own backyard. With over 59,000 acres of ancient mountains and amazing history and wildlife, you can get a week’s worth of fun in less than one day’s drive. Of course, if you’ve never gone up Mount Scott and seen the amazing views, you’re missing out!
The Top 10 Things to Do in Oklahoma City
The full stretch of Route 66 runs from Chicago to Los Angeles, but the longest run of miles cuts diagonally through Oklahoma State. This OK length begins in the northeastern corner of the state and travels through Tulsa and Oklahoma City before crossing the border into Texas. Roadside attractions range from the historical such as Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton and National Route 66 and Transportation Museum in Elk City, to the odd, like the Blue Whale of Catoosa or Golden Driller in Tulsa.
12 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Oklahoma State