McLain Rogers Park & Historic Amphitheater
Situated on 15 acres of lush grass and trees, McLain Rogers Park houses several historic WPA projects. Most notable is our 400 seat outdoor amphitheater, one of only two of its kind left in the state. Utilized by many Route 66 travelers in its heyday, this amphitheater still houses local talent and Broadway style productions in summer months. The historic entrance sign still glows with the neon that represented Rt 66. Three pavilions, several picnic areas, a children's play park, and an Olympic size swimming pool and water slide, top off this well-used and historic family park. There is also ...
Open daily, dawn to dusk.
With nearly 400 miles of Route 66 in Oklahoma and more drivable miles than any other state, this grand old highway is chock-full of amazing and nostalgic sights. Pull into these highlighted spots and discover Route 66 in Oklahoma.
Travel to a time when Works Progress Administration and Civilian Conservation Corps construction projects infused Oklahoma communities with optimism for the future.