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2019 Central Oklahoma Frontier Country Travel Guide

Whether you are traveling down I-40, I-35, I-44, nostalgic Route 66 or Highway 77, you’re bound to arrive in central Oklahoma, known as Frontier Country. This renowned vacation destination is home to 12 counties, two state universities, national attractions, sports galore, fine dining, top notch lodging and so much more! 

Like the covered wagons and buffalo herds that made the first ruts in Oklahoma’s red dirt, the Native Americans and pioneers who settled this area made long lasting impressions on the culture that shaped the great state.  Over 100 years later, Oklahoma’s vibrant history has transformed the wide-open plains into a colorful, world class destination.

We invite you this year to experience the routes where our roots run deep, and get ready for excitement and adventure while you tour the Frontier. You will find that it’s worth the trip and undoubtedly the hub of Western culture with a contemporary flair! Get your 2019 FC Travel Guide today!

FC Travel Map

We want you to know... WHERE to go, HOW to get there and WHAT to do when you arrive in central Oklahoma's Frontier Country! Frontier Country Marketing Association has rolled out the NEW 2017 Central Oklahoma Frontier Country TRAVEL MAP for all the sightseers, explorers and storytellers who seek new memories to share! Let us help guide you to the the many exciting “to do’s” in Frontier Country!

Trips on a Tank Full Coupons for Central Oklahoma

Road trip through central Oklahoma with the Trips on a Tank Full coupon brochure! This brochure features coupons to tourist attractions and destinations located around Frontier Country. Perfect for a family getaway on a budget!

Military Discount Guide

The Military Discount Guide showcases attractions and destinations in Central Oklahoma Frontier Country that feature special discounts and activities for Military.

RVing in Central Oklahoma

Hit the road in central Oklahoma with a variety of fun stops, attractions and places to stay in your RV!

American Banjo Museum

See the largest collection of banjos on public display in the world with interpretive displays that present the history of the banjo from its humble African roots through its heyday during the roaring '20s to its present day voice in bluegrass, folk, jazz and world music. Check the American Banjo Museum's website for dates of special events and live performances. Special arrangements can be made for groups to enjoy a special performance and meal. 9 E Sheridan Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73104  /  405-604-2793

Andy Alligator's Fun Park

Andy Alligator's Fun Park has it all for family fun! Attractions include bumper cars, bumper boats, rock-climbing wall, mini golf, batting cages, go-carts, game room and more. Book birthday parties, group outings and field trips. 

Edmond Visitors Guide

Are you looking for a travel destination that has the comfort and down-home feel of a small-town with the amenities of being in a big city? Edmond, OK is the place for you! Edmond is nestled on Route 66 and known for our public art, world-class golf, sports facilities and hospitality. We love our community and we are sure you will too, whether you’re passing through, here for vacation, relocating, or attending a conference or event. We can help you find activities, lodging, meeting spaces and dining that are just right for you and your group. Request a visitor guide, stop by our office or give us a call to speak with staff about specific requests or needs for your visit. Come #SeeEdmond and experience the Art of Oklahoma!

El Reno Visitors Guide

El Reno was established in 1889 and is located at the intersection of two historic highways, nostalgic Route 66 and the Chisholm Trail (Highway 81).  El Reno began as a railroad town and was home to three land runs. It is a festival town and boasts many heritage celebrations, historic properties and the only rail-based trolley in the state of Oklahoma.

Eskimo Joe's

Great food meets great atmosphere! Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma, Eskimo Joe's is Stillwater's Jumpin' Little Juke Joint! Voted Best College Post-Game Hangout by Sporting News, ranked #3 in "The Perfect 10 College Sports Bars" by Sports Illustrated and more, Eskimo Joe's is located just one block east of the Oklahoma State University campus. Also shop Joe's Clothes with T-shirts and more - all with that famous face seen around the world!

Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art

The University of Oklahoma’s Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art is widely regarded as one of the finest university art museums in the United States. The museum’s growing collection features nearly 17,000-objects. Highlights include French Impressionism, art of the American Southwest and Native American art, 20th century American painting and sculpture, ceramics, photography, contemporary art, Asian art, and works on paper from the 16th century to the present.  Temporary exhibitions are mounted throughout the year that explore the art of various periods and cultures.

Frontier City/White Water Bay

Frontier City, Oklahoma's oldest and largest theme park, covers over 40 acres with rides, shows and attractions for the entire family.

White Water Bay is the largest water adventure park in Oklahoma with more than 30 rides, slides, pools and activities. It mixes action-packed water thrill rides and crowd-pleasing attractions to create a delightful and exhilarating entertainment the whole family will enjoy.

Grand Casino Hotel & Resort

Located a short drive east of Oklahoma City on Interstate 40, the Grand Casino features over 125,000 square feet of gaming space filled with over 2,000 of the newest, Vegas-style slots as well as Oklahoma's only Keno lounge. The Grand Hotel & Resort features a luxury 14 story hotel tower and several great dining selections. When it comes to entertainment the Grand Casino delivers world class shows from Vegas-style acts to national caliber events including all music genres, comedians, sporting events, and poker championships.

Guthrie City Map

Established following the Land Run of 1889, Guthrie was no more than a prairie stop on the AT&SF railroad.  Thanks to the Land Run, it became a city of over 10,000 overnight. Steeped in history, Guthrie has many stories to tell and much to offer. Though its rich beginnings distinguish it as home to many of Oklahoma's most important milestones, Guthrie blends old and new and has something for everyone.  See for yourself!

Harn Homestead

Visit the historic Harn Homestead and learn about the legendary Oklahoma land run and the territorial years of the area. Bring your picnic and spend the day at the Harn Homestead!

HeyDay Family Fun Center

HeyDay is fun for the whole family featuring a 7,000 square foot, two-level laser tag arena, mini-golf, arcade, ropes and the delicious Double Dave's Pizza Works. HeyDay is also expanding to include a bowling alley and more! Perfect for birthday parties, group outings and corporate events.

Jasmine Moran Children's Museum

A unique, hands-on museum created for children to learn and understand their world. Take part in career exploration, dig for fossils, climb on the 18-foot Climbing Maze and more!

Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse

Located on the canal in Bricktown, Mickey Mantle's Steakhouse is an award-winning restaurant featuring Mid-Western, grain fed, aged prime beef. Mickey Mantle's also offers fresh seafood, daily specials, and a spectacular collection of New and Old World wines. Mickey's boasts a trendy jazz bar and lounge featuring live music Friday and Saturday from 7-11. Mickey's also showcases a unique collection of authentic Mickey Mantle memorabilia.

Midwest City Visitors Guide

From the new million-dollar water park to the many golf courses, the Christmas Holiday Lights Spectacular and Tinker Air Force Base to the Reed Convention Center, see all that Midwest City has to offer!


Moore than meets the eyes right off I-35! Moore offers a thriving culinary scene, quality accommodations, unique shopping and easy access to the Oklahoma City metro area.

Museum of Osteology

The Museum of Osteology, located in Oklahoma City, is the only one of its kind in America. Focusing on the form and function of the skeletal system, this 7000 square ft. museum displays hundreds of skulls and skeletons from all corners of the world.


Home of the Western Days celebration held in September to honor the town's Chisholm Trail heritage. Also check out the Mustang Historical Museum, Wild Horse Park, and National Car Show.

National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum

Explore distinct galleries, beautiful gardens, a children’s area and more! From fine art, pop culture and firearms to Native American art, historical cowboy gear, shopping and dining, the museum is a must-see. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day) and located along I-44 in Oklahoma City’s Adventure District.

National Softball Hall of Fame & Museum

The National Softball Hall of Fame is the ultimate goal for any player, coach, umpire or administrator who aspire to greatness in the sport. With 371 inductees, the National Softball Hall of Fame is among the most difficult sports halls in the nation in which to gain membership.

Norman Visitors Guide

Visit Oklahoma's third largest city for performing arts, phenomenal museums, nationally recognized events, exciting nightlife and the University of Oklahoma.

OCCC Cultural Arts Series

The Oklahoma City Community College Cultural Arts Series not only presents top-quality artists through its main stage attractions, but also includes educational programs which benefit community members and underserved youth in Oklahoma City. Head over to OCCC for a performance at the Bruce Owen Theatre or visit the annual Arts Festival Oklahoma held each Labor Day weekend.

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Musuem

The Outdoor Symbolic Memorial and Memorial Museum offer a unique insight into the events of April 19, 1995.  We come here to remember those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever.

Oklahoma City Zoo

Adventure awaits at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden, consistently recognized as one of the top ten family-friendly zoos in the nation! With more than 1,500 animals, winding paths and beautiful landscaping over 119 acres, the OKC Zoo provides an ever-changing educational adventure for explorers of all ages.

Oklahoma Contemporary Center

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center offers progressive and innovative art exhibits year-round in the Eleanor Kirkpatrick Gallery with free admission to the public. The Bridge Gallery offers exhibit space for community artists and groups to exhibit their work.

Oklahoma Hall of Fame at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum

Experience Oklahoma's story through its people at the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. Interact with the famous and not-so-famous Oklahomans who have shaped the history of our state, country and world.

Oklahoma History Center

The Oklahoma History Center is an 18-acre, 215,000 square-foot learning center exploring Oklahoma’s unique history of geology, transportation, commerce, culture, aviation, heritage and more. With more than 50 topics and 2,000 artifacts reflecting Oklahoma’s inspiring and adventurous past. It's Oklahoma History with an attitude!

Oklahoma Railway Museum

Explore Oklahoma's rich railway history at this FREE museum that houses restored railroad locomotives, passenger cars and cabooses, beside the authentic 19th century depot. Take an excursion train ride while you're there!

Oklahoma Route 66 Association

Get your kicks on Route 66 and request this valuable trip guide!

Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum and Memorial

The only fire museum in the states owned and operated by firefighters. Check out the collection of antique fire apparatus dating back to the mid-1700s.

Orr Family Farm

One of the best agri-tainment attractions in Oklahoma City with fun for the whole family. Ride the vintage carousel, spend time with animals in the petting barn, take pony rides or train rides, go fishing, race the pedal cars, get lost in the maze, go mining for gemstones and take a ride on the zip line. There's so much to do here!

NEW for 2018: Overnight camping in beautiful & historic temperature controlled Conestoga wagons! These wagons are patterned after the great pioneer wagons used in the 19th century to settle the west!

All the wagons together can hold up to 88 overnighters at a time. These campers and glampers are equipped with heat and air, microwaves and refrigerators for all the comforts of home!  You can dip into the largest Michael Phelps Signature Series Swim Spa after enjoying S`mores cooked to your liking while sitting around a roaring campfire. Come rediscover the magic of a country sky right here in the suburbs of Oklahoma City!

Red Earth Museum & Festival

The Red Earth Museum has relocated to Downtown Oklahoma City, immediately south of the Skirvin Hilton Hotel. The notable American Indian museum is home to a respected permanent collection of more than 1,600 items of traditional and contemporary fine art, pottery, basketry, textiles and beadwork.  Pieces will be on rotation for viewing throughout the year in the new space.

Remington Park Racing & Casino

Let your heart race at Oklahoma City's only major-league race track and casino with exciting live racing, top thoroughbreds, quarter horses, simulcast racing and the latest and greatest  games.

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History

With more than 50,000 square feet of exhibits, the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History in Norman is one of the finest university-based museums in the country. Come see record-setting dinosaurs, realistic wildlife dioramas, archaeology and Native American exhibits as well as other special exhibitions.

Visit Seminole

With its rich oilfield history and progressive community spirit, Seminole has activities for virtually every age and interest all year long. Whether you come as a tourist or plan to become a resident, the welcome mat is always out in Seminole.

Shawnee Visitors Guide

Located just 40 miles east of OKC, Shawnee is a town that is small in size but big on personality.  Shawnee is home to one of only seven eagle aviaries in the United States, the only ancient Egyptian mummies in Oklahoma, and our castle-like train depot is a favorite stop for a photo-op.  Visitors are often especially interested in our Native American history and culture, and appreciate the opportunities here for gaming at one of our five casinos.  

Stillwater Visitors Guide

The Original Home of Red Dirt! Visit Stillwater and see everything this town has to offer. Eat cheese fries at Eskimo Joes, attend a concert at the Tumbleweed Concert Hall, or see a play at the Seretean Center Concert Hall.

Stockyards City

If you are looking to experience the feeling of the old west, Stockyards City, is just that. The district is alive with Oklahoma history and family friendly activities and commerce. The local businesses cater to clientele from all over the world who are looking for this one of a kind atmosphere.

Tatanka Ranch

Tatanka Guest Ranch is nestled on 1,000 acres of pristine Oklahoma countryside. The ranch is conveniently located less than an hour from Oklahoma City and Tulsa, and offers a place to escape from the city and get back to western style basics without forsaking modern conveniences.

Twin Fountains RV Park

Located at the intersection of I-35 and I-44 near Oklahoma City's Adventure District.

Water Taxi in Bricktown

Enjoy narrated canal cruises of Oklahoma City's Bricktown canal, learn about the city's history, see points of history and explore the river walk. Plus private charters for tours & dinner cruises, cocktail cruises are available.