Oklahoma is a state like no other. It’s a diverse land filled with awesome natural wonders, a rich cultural heritage and the friendliest people around.  It’s a land bursting with tradition and heritage.  A land of open plains and sweeping vistas.  And a land where the open road beckons.  Here you can take a road-trip down the longest driveable stretch of Route 66 to be found in any US State and uncover the treasure-trove of quirky characters and Insta-worthy photo locations from Blue Whale, to giant neon Pop (aka soft drink) bottles!   

But don’t just take our word for it … come see for yourself! 

Find all the information you need to plan an Oklahoma vacation by visiting the TravelOK Website.

Download the 2020 Oklahoma Destination Guide

Download the Oklahoma State Map

View the “Road Trip OK” Video Series


Learn more about the new “Cowboys, Indians and All That Jazz” road-trip itinerary through Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana in this webinar:

(50 minutes – with thanks to Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Office, Visit Grapevine Texas, New Orleans & Company and Canuckiwi Ltd.)  

Destination Information and Itineraries

The Ultimate USA Road Trip - Route 66:

Get your kicks on more than 640 kilometres of Route 66 in Oklahoma. The nation’s longest driveable stretch of Route 66 cuts through Oklahoma, making its way past charming towns, roadside diners and quirky attractions. Take a nostalgic ride on Route 66 and let the golden age of the road whisper to you through brightly coloured neon signs, quaint motels, drive-in movie theatres and friendly small towns in Oklahoma. 

Learn more:  https://www.travelok.com/Route_66

Download the Route 66 Guide Through Oklahoma Brochure

American Indian Culture:

Oklahoma’s position in Native American history has been significant, being the unassigned land that almost 60,000 American Indians were forced to relocate to from their ancestral homelands, following the passage of the Indian Removal Act, 1830. The mass migration of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek and Seminole nations, as well as their African Slaves became known as the Trail of Tears which continued for the next two decades.  

There are 39 Native American tribal headquarters In Oklahoma, more than any other U.S. state and a total of 67 Native American nations have called Oklahoma home. Their strong heritage and culture is very much a part of Oklahoma’s identity today. Two new American Indian attractions are due to open in the next year – the First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City (2021), and the Choctaw Cultural Center (late 2020) in Durant, headquarters of the Choctaw Nation. Well-established Native American experiences are also found at the Osage Nation Museum in Pawhuska, the Chickasaw Cultural Center in Davis, the Cherokee National History Museum in Tahlequah and the abundant annual powwows of visual and performing arts, craft and food festivals. 

Learn more:  https://www.travelok.com/american_indian_culture 

Download the Oklahoma Indian Country Guide Brochure 

Oklahoma Music Trail:

Oklahoma is rolling out the red carpet for music fans with in-depth travel itineraries centred around your favourite Oklahoma artists and bands, as well as the state’s stand-out music genres.  Plan your trip using our organised list of stops, photos, maps and driving directions, and embark on a journey across Oklahoma to discover the state’s rich musical heritage, one step at a time. 

Learn more:  https://www.travelok.com/music-trail/

Download the Rhythm and Routes Brochure 

The Great Outdoors:

From purpose built white-water rafting and kayaking parks, to State Parks bustling with activities ranging from the serene to the extreme, it’s no wonder that Oklahoma is affectionately called the Land of Wide-Open Wonder.  And don’t forget to look up – because you won’t want to miss the breathtaking beauty of some of the best stargazing the USA has on offer. 

Learn more:  https://www.travelok.com/things-to-do/nature 

Download the Oklahoma State Parks and Outdoor Guide 

Oklahoma Fishing Trail:

Oklahoma’s vast resources make it a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, especially anglers. The state’s waters are home to a diverse number of fish species, including bass, crappie and catfish along with unique specimens like paddlefish. Oklahoma has more miles of shoreline than East and Gulf coasts combined and plenty of attractions along the way that make the trip unforgettable.  The Oklahoma Fishing Trail is designed to highlight the best of Oklahoma fishing. 

Learn more:  https://www.travelok.com/fishing-trail 

Download the Oklahoma Fishing Trail Brochure

Western Heritage and Culture:

Head to Oklahoma for an authentic look into the Old West.  From nationally acclaimed Western Heritage museums like Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Woolaroc Ranch Museum in Bartlesville, Pawnee Bill Ranch & Museum in Pawnee, and National Cowboy and Western Heritage in Oklahoma City, to authentic cattle ranching and working cowboys seen throughout, the Sooner State has a rich Western history for you to explore. 

Cheer on skilled cowboys and cowgirls at an exciting Oklahoma rodeo like the Will Rogers Memorial Rodeo or the Freedom Rodeo and Old Cowhand Reunion, or visit the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City, where you’ll see vast displays of internationally renowned Western art by masters like Remington, Russell and Bierstadt and browse top notch exhibits on everything from life as a ranch hand to singing cowboys of the silver screen. Come celebrate Oklahoma’s Western heritage and unleash your inner cowboy. 

Learn more:  https://www.travelok.com/Western_Heritage_and_Cowboys 

Download the Oklahoma Western Experience Brochure

Food and Drink:

From Oklahoma City to Tulsa and everywhere in between, Oklahoma is a dining paradise. Whether searching for mouthwatering barbecue, classic Mexican food or your favourite comfort food, Oklahoma’s eateries and restaurants are ready to serve up heavenly entrees, savoury signature side dishes and divine desserts.  Stop by the cute frontier town of Pawhuska to visit the home of Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond, to check out her beloved restaurant, bakery and store.  And don’t forget to visit the famous Oklahoma institution, Arbuckle Mountain’s Fried Pies, a must-visit roadside snack stop with eight locations across the state.  So, whether it’s retro American Diners, locally-owned restaurants or upscale bistros you’re after, Oklahoma has you covered. 

Learn more:  https://www.travelok.com/dining 

Download the Oklahoma Destination Dining Guide

Other Resources: 

Virtual Meeting Backgrounds: 

Bring your enthusiasm for Oklahoma with you to your next virtual meeting. From gorgeous views in Oklahoma’s State Parks to some of the state’s top attractions, these awesome backgrounds are a great way to break up the routine with some state pride. 

Download the Virtual Meeting Backgrounds   

Oklahoma Colouring Pages: 

Grab your art supplies for endless fun with these Oklahoma-themed colouring pages.  Brighten up your day with free printable colouring pages from attractions across Oklahoma!  

Download the Oklahoma Colouring Pages

Printable Activity Packs: 

Stay sharp with this collection of printable activity packets featuring Oklahoma-themed word searches, puzzles and more. 

Download the Printable Activity Packs

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