(OKLAHOMA CITY) – The Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department is pleased to announce the availability of a newly updated Oklahoma Route 66 Guide, perfect for planning the ultimate road trip.

            Historic Route 66 is a National Scenic Byway, of which Oklahoma is home to the longest stretch. The charm, history and atmosphere that make up the Mother Road bring travelers from all over the world looking to experience this piece of Americana.

Travelers can rediscover the call of the Mother Road because the new Oklahoma Route 66 Guide has been updated with the latest information for planning an adventure. This specialty brochure features the state’s 400-mile stretch of the famed highway in incredible detail, including information about Ribbon Road – the only original strip of Route 66 still in existence. Filled with museums, restaurants, iconic structures, maps and more, this guide will gear travelers up for the ultimate road trip.

As always, this publication is free and can be ordered online at TravelOK.com or picked up at one of 12 Tourism Information Centers statewide.

In addition to the Oklahoma Route 66 Guide, don’t forget about other travel brochures such as the Oklahoma Outdoor Recreation Guide or Destination Dining Guide which features the tastiest restaurants that are uniquely Oklahoman.

For more great travel ideas, tune into the weekly television program Discover Oklahoma or pick up a copy of Oklahoma Today magazine for all the latest must-see restaurants, shops, attractions and more from all across the state. 


The Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department (OTRD) is working to advance the exceptional quality of life in Oklahoma by preserving, maintaining, and promoting our natural assets and cultural richness. The department is the steward of the state park system and also promotes Oklahoma as a travel destination through many award-winning programs. To learn more about Oklahoma’s unique events and attractions, please visit www.TravelOK.com or follow us at Facebook.com/TravelOK and Twitter.com/OklahomaTourism.