Oklahoma has played host to a variety of Hollywood films - from heart-wrenching dramas to experimental features and zany comedies to high impact thrillers. Whether you're a true cinema buff or simply enjoy catching the occasional flick, you'll have fun exploring these filming locations in the Sooner State.Learn More
Historic Route 66 runs through the heart of Sayre, Oklahoma, which was founded in 1901. East Main Street holds an iconic reminder of Sayre's significance on the road – the Beckham County Courthouse, which briefly appeared in the classic film, "The Grapes of Wrath." This 1911 beauty comprises a symmetrical blend of neo-classical and second Renaissance revival styles, echoing a time when buildings reflected grace and grandeur. Sayre City Park features two Works Progress Administration gems: a red-stone pool house built in pueblo style in 1940, and just west of the pool, a sturdy wall crafted from the same stone. Located just southwest of town, the Sandy Sanders Wildlife Management Area showcases 25,000 acres of pristine prairie in western Oklahoma.