2. Turner Falls ParkDavis Oklahoma Turner Falls, an American waterfall, at 77 feet , is locally considered Oklahoma's tallest waterfall, although its height matches one in Natural Falls State Park. The falls are located on Honey Creek in the Arbuckle Mountains in south central Oklahoma, 6 miles south of Davis. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
3. Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife PreserveBartlesville Woolaroc is a museum and wildlife preserve located in the Osage Hills of Northeastern Oklahoma on Oklahoma State Highway 123 about 12 mi southwest of Bartlesville, Oklahoma and 45 mi north of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Woolaroc was established in 1925 as the ranch retreat of oilman Frank Phillips. The ranch is a 1500 hectare wildlife preserve, home to over 30 different species of native and exotic wildlife, such as buffalo, elk and longhorn cattle. Woolaroc is also a museum with a collection of western art and artifacts, American Indian material, and one of the largest collections of Colt firearms in the world. Also on display is Woolaroc, the aircraft that won the ill-fated Dole Air Race in 1927. Woolaroc features a nature trail and a living history area inviting visitors to experience the natural ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
4. Oklahoma AquariumJenks Jenks is a city in Tulsa County, Oklahoma, United States, and a suburb of Tulsa, in the northeastern part of the state. It is situated between the Arkansas River and U.S. Route 75. Jenks is one of the fastest growing cities in Oklahoma. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 9,557, but by 2010, the population was 16,924, an increase of 77.1 percent. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
With more driveable miles of the Mother Road than any other state in the country, Oklahoma is the perfect place to get your kicks on Route 66. A drive down America's most famous highway will give travelers a new appreciation for the country's past and present. Learn more at and Come See For Yourself!
Ride the McKinley bridge from Venice to St. Louis Route 66!
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U.S. Highway 66, popularly known as Route 66 is significant as the first all-weather highway linking Chicago to Los Angeles. What sets this segment of national highway apart from its contemporaries is that it remains the shortest, year round route between Chicago and Los Angeles by more than 2000 miles, which made Route 66 popular among thousands of motorists who drove from east to the west in decades. The Route 66 travel itinerary offers several ways to discover and experience Route 66 and the historic places that shaped and illustrate the history and development of this fabled road. For more information and to obtain the distribution license of this video, visit our website: sanecovision.com