Top 5 Road Trip Sights in Oklahoma


Oklahoma has a reputation for being a flat and often boring state for road trippers. But those who think Oklahoma’s roads are dull are missing some of its best roadside attractions and sights. Turn your next drive to or through Oklahoma into a memorable one by visiting these five awesome road trip sights.

The Golden Driller 

Pull over to stretch your legs in Tulsa, where you’ll find the Golden Driller. This legendary Oklahoma statue of an oil worker is one of the tallest in all of America, and it has been praised for surviving countless tornadoes and rough oil markets.

Stand in Three States

Stand in Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma at the same time in Quapaw, Okla. This family-friendly attraction is an excellent place to teach your little ones about America’s geography while taking a break from the road.

OK County 66

Experience a number of the best attractions on Route 66 in one place — OK County 66. These miniature replicas of popular Route 66 attractions have been hand-built by John Hargrove for all to enjoy.

The Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial

Set your GPS on Oklahoma City to experience the stirring Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial. This iconic memorial pays tribue to those who passed during one of our country’s most horrific homegrown acts of terrorism. The massive field of empty chairs, one for each of the 1995 bombing victims, shows visitors just how devastating the event truly was.

The Toy and Action Figure Museum

Win some brownie points with the kids for stopping at the Toy and Action Figure Museum in Pauls Valley. View thousands of history’s most famous, valuable and rare toy super heroes and villains, many of which are from the curator’s own collection.

Stop and See Us

One of the best places you can stop on your journey across Oklahoma is right here at Leisure Time RVs. Shop for a new RV, have some service performed on your current one or pick up a few new camping supplies — we’re always stocked with everything your RV lifestyle needs.

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