Our Interactive Map of Route 66 in Oklahoma shows the different alignments of Route 66 across the state of Oklahoma.
It also includes a clickeable icon for each town, city and village.
The map includes the famous "Ribbon Road", a nine-foot-wide segment of Route 66 (Listed in the National Register of Historic Places), between Miami and Afton. Click on the town icons of the map for a link to more detailed information on their attractions, landmarks, history and accommodations plus detailed local maps.
This Google Map shows the different courses taken by Route 66 over the years across Oklahoma and the dropdown menus provide links to all the towns along US Highway 66 for even more detailed information.
Pale Blue marks the Historic Route 66 alignment where it can still be driven. Red shows the parts where Interstate highways I-40 or I-44 overlap the original roadbed of US 66. Orange shows the Ribbon Road Route 66. Black is the El Reno cutoff segment which was bypassed later, and went through Calumet
and Geary. Green: The 1926 alignment west of Sapulpa.
Click on a town's icon for a link to its web page: Full information on each town: attractions, landmarks, accommodation and mores maps with driving directions for the Route 66 alignment close to each town