Episode 6 - Catoosa

Join the RoadTripOK on a whale of an adventure along Route 66 in Catoosa as they take a hike in the Redbud Valley Nature Preserve, explore the Blue Whale roadside attraction and discover some delicious secrets at Molly's Landing.

Locations

Redbud Valley Nature Preserve

Redbud Valley Nature Preserve in Catoosa offers a rugged one mile trail that takes hikers through a variety of habitats, ranging from flood-plain forest and shady north-facing slopes to limestone bluffs and dry upland forest. Conveniently located ...

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Blue Whale

The Blue Whale in Catoosa has become a beloved historic landmark along Route 66. The Blue Whale was originally built by Hugh S. Davis, a zoologist and family man who envisioned the whale as a special place where his grandchildren could play and swim ...

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Molly's Landing

It’s not just the setting – a rustic log cabin on historic Route 66 situated on the banks of the Verdigris River – that makes Molly's Landing special. Located just 15 minutes from Tulsa and open since 1984, Molly's has ...

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