OK County 66 (John's Place)

Arcadia, Oklahoma

OklahomaRoadside Attraction

Find the best of Route 66 in one backyard. At this Oklahoma attraction you’ll find replicas of some of the most well-known roadside attractions on Route 66. OK County 66 (John’s Place), in Arcadia, Oklahoma is one man’s vision and homage to the Main Street of America.

After John Hargrove retired from a career as an airplane and school bus mechanic, he started constructing OK County 66. Always fascinated by Route 66 he bought a property on the Mother Road and started fixing it up to be the celebration of roadside culture it is today.

The first thing you might notice is a VW Beetle sticking out of the roof. As you continue to explore you’ll find a collection of homages and small replicas of some of the best roadside attractions on Route 66. You’ll find versions of the Jack Rabbit Trading Post, Twin Arrows Trading Post, Wigwam Motel, Gemini Giant Muffler Man, Bottle Tree Ranch, VW Slug Bug Ranch, and Blue Whale of Catoosa. You’ll also find a replica Route 66 diner, vintage gas pumps, an “Easy Rider” inspired motorcycle, a Bob’s Big Boy, a McDonald’s “Speedee Service” bun man, and more.

Last modified: April 21, 2024
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OK County 66 (John's Place)

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Address:
13441 OK-66, Arcadia, OK 73007

Hours:
12:00pm - 6:00pm, Daily

Cost:
Free

Phone Number:
(405) 396-2055

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OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
Vintage service station at OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
Bottle tree ranch replica at OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
Twin arrows replica at OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
Slug Bug Ranch replica at OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
Blue Whale of Catoosa replica at OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
Jack Rabbit Trading Post replica at OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma
Car coming out of the roof of OK County 66 (John's Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma

Know Before You Go

To make the most of your visit to OK County 66 (John’s Place) in Arcadia, Oklahoma, here are some things to know before you go.

  • A small parking area is available for guests to park in.
  • This Oklahoma Route 66 attraction is a little hard to find from the road. Plug the address into your GPS and keep your eye out!

Where to Stay Near OK County 66 (John’s Place)

Exhausted after a full day of exploring? Complete your travel itinerary and get a good night’s rest at one of these Oklahoma hotels near this Route 66 roadside attraction.

Angels Way Ranch

Spend the night in an authentic log cabin on Route 66 at Angels Way Ranch Bed and Breakfast. Enjoy cozy Western-inspired rooms, a grill, hot tub, cable TV, free Wifi, and a gourmet breakfast of country favorites like quiche, Santa Fe sausage, and deviled bacon.

Classen Inn Motel

If you’re looking for a unique hotel in Oklahoma City that combines vintage charge, modern amenities, and plenty of Instagram-worthy moments, you’ve got to spend the night at The Classen Inn. The renovated 1963 motel compliments its original Googie architecture and neon sign with modern amenities and hip artwork and murals.

The Skirvin Hilton

This 1911 hotel was known as being the “newest, finest hotel in the Southwest.” Notable figures such as Harry Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Elvis, Frank Sinatra, Mikhail Baryshnikov, and Bob Hope have all spent the night in this historic Oklahoma City hotel. The Skirvin Hotel is now fully restored and updated, you can experience the rich history of the building alongside luxurious amenities, comfortable furnishings, and beautiful décor.

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