“Get your kicks on Route 66!”



In today’s fast-paced world, there seem to be few opportunities for families to spend quality time together. As a result, families are discovering that vacationing in an RV is the best way to not only have a great time, but also improve family relationships. An RV road trip allows the family to remove the daily distractions and routines that hamper relationships and allows the time to reestablish those relationships through quality time. Through frequent communication, teamwork, mutual dependence and a new appreciation of each other, family relationships can be strengthened, enhanced and more satisfying. Indeed, a carefully planned RV vacation can be most beneficial to the family dynamics as well as a means of providing rest, relaxation and an exciting vacation experience. An RV is the perfect base for pursuing all sorts of outdoor activities such as fishing, biking, river rafting, rock climbing, and hiking. As a familiar motto states: “It’s the journey that matters, not the destination!”

Rent an RV and see some amazing sights. Enjoy some incredible family moments. Savor the freedom to choose where you want to go and not be bound by a time share. RV travel is about adventure, seeing the country, making memories and bonding closer together as a family.

If you wish to experience the history, romance and culture of yester-year, then travel the “Mother Road”. And as the song says, “Get your kicks on Route 66!”

Route 66 is one of the most famous roads in America and the romance and nostalgia of the ‘Mother Road” continues to captivate people around the world. Running between Chicago and Los Angeles, this historic route passes through the heart of the United States. For over 60 years, Route 66 earned the title “Main Street of America” because it wound through small towns which transverse the route with hundreds of diners, motels, gas stations, and tourist attractions. Travelers who are intent on experiencing a taste of the American experience will find that Route 66 offers an unforgettable journey into America, then and now.

From Tulsa to Elk City and beyond, there are several places along the route that will be well worth visiting. Chandler, OK offers a Route 66 interpretive center. Clinton, OK is home of the official Oklahoma Route 66 Museum which offers a comprehensive exhibit of Route 66 history and culture. Elk City, OK was a popular stopover on Route 66 and is home to the National Route 66 Museum and the Old Town Museum. These are but a few places that will peak your interest along the Mother Road. For more information and facts on Oklahoma’s Route 66 visit Oklahoma Route 66 Association or TravelOK.com.