Tour the Ozark Trail in Oklahoma
Make room, Mother Road. Oklahoma has an even older stretch of roadway called the Ozark Trail that dates back to 1913. Plan a road trip to ride on a piece of history.Learn More
Billed as the "Heart of Historic Route 66," Sapulpa hosts visitors from across the globe. Oklahoma's bustling downtown area draws in plenty of travelers seeking out Mother Road adventures. Sapulpa's history is steeped in a lively mix of Native American soul – the town is named after Chief Sapulpa, a Lower Creek Indian from Alabama – and the early days of oil. While exploring Sapulpa, see 1920s automobiles inside the 1922 Waite Phillips Filling Station Museum, located just one block off Route 66. During your visit, be sure to enjoy natural beauty found at Pretty Water Lake, featuring trout fishing opportunities and the half-mile Pretty Trail.