Oklahoma Home

the overlook above Turner Falls
Oklahoma's Travel Information Centers are staffed by uniformed, professional travel counselors who welcome visitors to Oklahoma, while providing traveling tourists Oklahoma Travel Guides, Oklahoma Maps, Brochures covering all sorts of information and plenty of fresh, hot coffee. Some of the Oklahoma Travel Centers have gift shops where you will find Oklahoma souvenirs.

The Travel Center counselors will help you plan your Oklahoma Trip, helping with directions, pointing you to attractions along the way that you won't want to miss. .

After you tell the Travel Center counselor what you'd like to see and where you want to go in Oklahoma they will help you locate Travel Guides, Maps and Brochures to help with directions, finding points of interest, attractions and recreational locations along your route.

Oklahoma has 3 three major interstates: I-35, I-40 and I-44. Turnpikes are located on I-44 and other areas of the state. Maximum speed limits on interstates outside of city limits are 70 mph, while most turnpikes allow a maximum speed limit of 75 mph. Seat belts are required to be worn in Oklahoma. For more information on Oklahoma's turnpikes, call 1-800-PIKEPASS.

Oklahoma's Tourist Department has divided the state into six regions. They are Red Carpet Country, Green Country, Great Plains Country, Frontier Country, Arbuckle Country and Kiamichi Country. Red Carpet Country is so named due to its red soil and the friendly natives rolling out the red carpet for visitors. Arbuckle Country is where the Arbuckle Mountains are, along with 5 major lakes, including Lakes Texoma and Murray. Frontier Country is the land settled during the one day Land Run of 1889. It is also where Oklahoma City is.located. The other country names are self-explanatory, except for Kiamichi Country. We think the Kiamichi must be a Native American tribe. We do know Kiamichi Country is a region of rivers, canyons, hills, valleys and tree-covered trails.

The Oklahoma Department of Transportation runs
12 Travel Information Centers at key locations across Oklahoma.


Blackwell I-35,10 miles south of OK/KS border 580.363.2624
Erick I-40 from Texas Panhandle 580.526.3283
Walters I-44 from Texas 590.875.2425
Kansas, OK Highway 412 from Arkansas 918.868.3427
Oklahoma City Intersection of I-35, I-44, I-35 405.478.4637
Langtry U.S. 90, Loop 25 432.291.3340
Midwest City 7200 SE 29th 405.739.8232
Thackerville I-35 from Texas 580.276.9912
Salisaw 1-40 from Arkansas 918.775.9601
Miami I-44 from Missouri 918.542.9303
Colbert Highway 69 from Texas 580.296.2672
Tulsa I-44 at 161st East Avenue 918.439.3212





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