Cherokee Trading Post & Boot Outlet

Cherokee Trading Post & Boot Outlet 23107 N Frontage Rd
Clinton, OK 73601

Phone: 580-323-0001
Toll Free: 888-572-0001
Fax: 580-323-0024
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This family-owned gift shop was established in 1967 on historic Route 66. The Cherokee Trading Post & Boot Outlet in Clinton offers Native American jewelry, hand beaded jewelry, Minnetonka moccasins, Native American artifacts, pottery, art, authentic rattlesnake products, leather jackets and Western items, as well as Oklahoma and Route 66 souvenirs. Find a wide variety of cowboy boots for every occasion including a number of different brands at their boot outlet, which is western Oklahoma's largest boot store with over 5,000 boots.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Credit Cards Accepted, Gift Shop

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40, Route 66





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From I-40, Exit 71 between Weatherford and Clinton.

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From Staff on 11/14/14

Brenda, to ensure that the Cherokee Trading Post receives your comment, please contact them directly by using the phone number, email address, website or Facebook link on this page. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Brenda Moler on 11/13/14

You have a jacket that I love. We were on a trip and show a ladies jacket there. it was 225.00 I would love a picture of it

From Angel on 01/16/13

This location is desolate and misleading. It no longer has a restaurant or decent restroom, and nowhere to even get a snack. The gift shop is great, but the misleading billboards along the highway need to be removed. Don't plan on stopping here for a meal, ain't gonna happen.

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