• Discover the ultimate road trip on the Mother Road - Route 66 which traverses Oklahoma from border to border.

    Photo by: Lisha Newman

  • The Cumberland Cut bridge along State Highway 199 connects Durant to Madill, Oklahoma.

  • Motorists get great views of the city while driving the highway to Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    Photo by: Don Sibley

  • Talimena Drive in Eastern Oklahoma offers views that earned it a National Scenic Byway designation.

    Photo by: Michael Ives

  • An RV travels along Talimena Drive, a scenic drive that winds along the top of the Ouachita Mountains in Eastern Oklahoma.

    Photo by: Michael Ives

Oklahoma Road Trips

Crisscrossed by interstate highways and traversed from border to border by Route 66, Oklahoma is the perfect place for your road trip. Let these photos, videos and articles inspire you, move you and fuel your soul as you plan an Oklahoma road trip escape.

Discover scenic byways and back roads that beckon you to get off the beaten path and explore Oklahoma's charming hometowns, interesting attractions, authentic culture and destination dining spots across the state. Whether you take your road trip in a vintage car, on a motorcycle, or in the family mini-van you'll find plenty of ideas that fit your style. Point your vehicle toward adventure and drive yourself to peaceful outdoor recreation spots, local wineries, small town main streets and big city attractions. It's Oklahoma, it's authentic and it's fuel for your soul.

 
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When my family and I made the drive down Interstate 44, traveling from the northeast to the southwest corner of the state, we turned it into an adventure. read more

Discover a few of Tulsa's diverse indoor attractions including the Tulsa Air and Space Museum & Planetarium, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Oklahoma Aquarium and Whispering Vines Vineyards and Winery along with Crow's Rest Bed & Breakfast Inn. read more

Fruit stands, cattle ranches and wide open vistas greet travelers on this stretch of road. read more

Explore one of Route 66’s most pristine stretches as you travel from Oklahoma City to Weatherford. read more

Driving the old Shawnee cattle trail is scenic and entertaining as you pass through a delightfully eclectic set of towns such as Durant, Muskogee, Pryor, Vinita, Sand Springs, and Bartlesville. read more

Barely an hour southwest of Oklahoma City is one of the state’s most distinctive landscapes. To me, the Wichita Mountains are the real Oklahoma. read more




 
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