Oklahoma Bucket List ~ Northeast Region

Our final region in the Oklahoma Bucket List series before heading into Arkansas is the Northeast region.

Adair

  • Blue Coyote Winery: These winery boasts something unique…pepper wines.

Bartlesville

  • Osage Hills State Park: Beautiful park located along the lake.
  • Phillips Petroleum Company Museum: Museum provides the history of Phillips Petroleum.

Bixby

  • Washington Irving Memorial Park and Arboretum: This park is dedicated to one of New York’s most famous authors.

Bristow

  • Nuyaka Creek Winery: Lots of fruit wines!

Catoosa

  • Blue Whale: The iconic Blue Whale located along Route 66.

Chelsea

  • Route 66 Underpass Mural: Unique art along the Mother Road.
  • Totem Pole Park: Oldest and largest example of folk art in the state.

Commerce

  • Allen’s Conoco Fillin’ Station: Refurbished gas station.

Miami

  • Waylan’s Ku-Ku Burger: Claims to be one of the best burger joints along the Mother Road.

Nowata

  • Chris Barbee’s Bowling Ball Yard Art: Another unique “art” display in Oklahoma.

Tulsa

  • Blue Dome Service Station: Old gas station along Route 66.
  • Cyrus Avery Centennial Plaza: Plaza dedicated to the Father of Route 66.
  • East Meets West: Symbolic Route 66 Midpoint: Located at Centennial Plaza,
  • Route 66 Village: This roadside stop shows the history of the city, including what makes it the Oil Capitol of the World.
  • Tulsa Postcard Mural: Another work of art located along the Mother Road.

Vian

  • Tenkiller State Park: This park boasts a lake perfect for scuba diving!

West Siloam Springs

  • Natural Falls State Park: Home to a 77 foot waterfall.

All attractions found in the 2018 Oklahoma Travel and Outdoor Guides.

 

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