Oklahoma Road Trip
Leave Kansas travel to Ardmore south for 245 on the Highway 35 some parts tolled, via Blackwell, Guthrie, Oklahoma into Ardmore passing through stunning scenery. View the dynamic forest valleys with masses of trees, having rich in colour countryside with many lakes. Most fields inhibited with cattle and horses or used for plantation of wheat. Whilst driving in the Cedar Valley, Garvin Count Forrest Creek and Pauls Valley.
Situated in Kay County on the Chikakia River 41 miles into the trip. Point of interest is the Top of Oklahoma Museum, housed in the Electric Park Pavilion and built in 1912 it hosts many exhibitions. Railroad memorabilia, articles of Cherokee life, hand craved walking sticks and pipes, dollhouses with creepy dolls, antique medical and musical equipment plus much more. Its known has the Tarnished Beauty of Blackwell.
Resume traveling 71 miles south into Guthrie situated in Logan County and founded in 1887.
Beauty is the outstanding collection of late 19th and early 20th century commercial architecture. Stroll around the dwellings as the Guthrie Historic District has been designated a Nation Historic Landmark.
Resume traveling 33miles south into Oklahoma City a large capital city very modern with skyscrapers.
Situated in the middle of an active oil field and oil derricks dot the capital grounds. It is famous for having the worlds largest Livestock Market. The visit should be done by drive passes, helping to discover the areas needed to be viewed. For something different go to the Bricktown Canal and take a ride on the water taxi.
Resume the last stage of the Oklahoma road trip 100 miles south to Ardmore.
A cultural and tourist city in Carter County founded in 1887 situated next to Oklahoma largest oil producer. Take a walking tour of the Downtown areas of Victorian dwellings and historical buildings and visit the museums and Carter County Courthouse.
Resume the journey for 40 miles south on Highway 35, crossing the border into Texas and booking into the Days Inn for a night stay at Gainesville.