OK County 66
Built out of a love for all things Route 66, John Hargrove started OK County 66 after he retired. This piece of land that is just off the Mother Road in Arcadia gives visitors the unique opportunity to experience miniaturized versions of major Route 66 attractions across the country all in one place. There are other piece of interest on the property as well.
You'll find the Twin Arrows from Arizona, a representation of the logo for the Jackrabbit Trading Post, a Wigwam motel room, a Volkswagen Beetle nose down in the dirt and even a pond with third size replica of northeast Oklahoma's famous Blue Whale. There is also a "Route 66 diner" on site that seats a few dozen people and even has a movie screen on one wall that reminds visitors of the height of the Mother Road's popularity.
There's something to find on every corner of this property whether it's a knock off of the Captain America motorcycle from the film "Easy Rider," old style gas pumps or vintage signs and advertising for Bob's Big Boy and McDonald's. This truly charming place is definitely worth a stop on your next Route 66 or Oklahoma road trip.