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Published by Sherry Sartin, 2016-05-19 15:29:47

Claremore Visitors Guide 2015

Tourism Guide


Clearly One-Of-A-Kind!
Antique & Unique Shopping

World Class Museums
Spectacular Events
& Entertainment

and of course

Clearly Chic.

Women’s & Children’s Clothing
918-923-7277 • Mon-Sat 10 am-4:30 pm
Western, Lodge & Country Home Décor
Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm; Sun 1 pm-5 pm
Antiques, Uniques, Collectibles & More
918-341-4838 • Mon-Sat 10 am-6 pm
Featuring Local & Regional Art, Jewelry & More
918-342-4210 • Tue-Sat Open at 10 am

Shop Local
Shop Claremore

Welcome to Claremore… Clearly More!

Named for a towering & enlightened Chief, Claremore holds stories
of the Osage, the Cherokee and the Cowboy alike.

We have tales of the mighty railroad, the relaxation of the radium
baths, and the romance of America’s mother road, Route 66. Our
storytellers like Will Rogers and Lynn Riggs shared our humor with
the world, and made everyone fall in love with Oklahoma! Our

At this point your day is just beginning.

We are a community of Museums, from the Will Rogers Memorial
Museum adorning the hill, to the turrets of the Belvidere Mansion,
from the stories of the Oklahoma Military Academy Museum at
Rogers State University and the Claremore Museum of History, to
the world’s largest privately owned gun collection at the JM Davis
Arms & Historical Museum.

There is much to explore!

From unique boutiques to rare antiques, from delicious diners
to tasty tea rooms, Claremore truly has a vibrant heart. Our first
class Performing Arts Center to our bustling Expo Center to our
NCAA college athletics, we are home to unique and exciting

Discover the place we call home!

Claremore, a place that still values community, is known for our
small town charm, great hospitality and friendly people. We treat
neighbors like family, and visitors like neighbors.

We hope you enjoy your visit and come back real soon!

The Staff of Visit Claremore

400 Veterans Parkway, Claremore, OK 74017 • 877-341-8688 • 918-341-8688

Cover adapted from a photo by Blake Shaw©


1710 C H E R OK E E V IL L A GE
DILIGWA (Dee-lee-gwah):
Archery. Marbles. Stickball.

You think games, we Think Cherokee.

21192 S KEELER DR, PARK HILL, OK 74451

Clearly Relevant.

Will Rogers Memorial Museum
1720 W Will Rogers Blvd •
800-324-9455 • 918-341-0719

Located on a beautiful 20-acre campus and
dedicated to the life of the famed American
humorist, Will Rogers, one of the country’s most
multi-talented and historically significant public
figures. Will and members of his family are interred on the grounds.
• 25,000 Sq Ft Museum
• Eleven Galleries Of Memorabilia And Artifacts
• Children’s Museum
• Theaters and Television Kiosks
• Interactive Displays
• Fine Art
• Gift shop of books, mementos and Route 66 souvenirs

Hours/Admission: Open Daily, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas
Free-Under 17; $7-Ages 18-61
$6-62+, Military, Students with ID
Groups of 10 or more: $5 each
Guided tours & after-hours by appointment

Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch
9501 E 380 Rd, Oologah • 918-275-4201

Birthplace of Will Rogers overlooks Lake Oologah
and is three miles northeast of Oologah.

• Scenic Living
• Historic Ranch
• House in which Will Rogers was born in 1879
• Indoor and Outdoor Exhibits
• Picnic Facilities

Hours/Admission: Open Daily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Guided tours and after-hours by appointment
Free – donations accepted

The Will Rogers Hotel
524 W Will Rogers Blvd • 918-343-0045 •

An art deco treasure, the hotel was home to mineral water baths called

“radium water”, an important part of the hotel’s service. The lobby showcases

a statue of Will Rogers, “I don’t tell jokes. I just watch the government and
report the facts”, representing his career in radio broadcasting. The concrete
and steel structure was designated as a bomb shelter during World War II.

Rehabilitation of the hotel, now the Will Rogers Center, was completed in
1997. Visitors are welcome to view the lobby and second floor.

Hours: Mon-Sat, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Group tours by appointment with a three day notice

Area Must See & Do…

Maritime Education Center and Port of Catoosa
5350 Cimarron Rd, Catoosa • 918-266-2291

The nations’s furthest inland port, located on the
Verdigris River and home to world known industries,
invites visitors to experience the Maritime Education
Center. Located in the Port Authority’s main office,
the center is an interactive forum to educate students
and the general public about the importance of water
transport to the economy. Featuring interactive video
kiosks where visitors can learn about the Port’s history and economic impact
on Oklahoma. Entrance is free of charge; donations are accepted.

Hours/Admission: Mon-Fri, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm, Free
Call for group tours and special appointments

Rogers State University
1701 W Will Rogers Blvd
918-343-7777 •

Rogers State University, located on “the Hill” on the
west side of Claremore, is a regional university and
serves more than 4,600 students.

• Features include elaborate outdoor sculptures of Thomas Jefferson,
George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

• Two buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places,
the University’s flagship building, Preparatory Hall, which features the
iconic gold dome and Meyer Hall, the main administration building. The
Oklahoma Military Academy Museum is located on the second floor of
Meyer Hall.

J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum
330 N JM Davis Blvd • 918-341-5707

This museum collection, originally housed in the historic Mason Hotel, now
features over 50,000 artifacts on display. The
world’s largest private collection of guns is
housed here as well as:

• 14,000 guns on display
• Collection of John Rogers’ statuary
• Extensive stein collection
• Swords, saddles, Native American artifacts
• World War I posters
• Antique musical instruments

Hours/Admission: Mon-Fri, 8:30 am-5:00 pm
Sat, 10:00 am-5:00 pm
Sun (Apr-Oct), 1:00 pm-5:00 pm
Sun (Nov-Mar closed) Closed all major holidays
Admission by voluntary contribution

*The museum will be closed all of January 2015 for building maintenance

One of the “Best Places to Experience Native American Culture”
- CNN,April 23, 2014

Say Osiyo to
Cherokee Nation

Osiyo is the Cherokee way to say hello. Experience the
spirit of this greeting and more when you explore the great
adventures within Cherokee Nation, located in northeast
Oklahoma. Come for a day, a weekend, or even a full week

of cultural attractions and recreational activities.

Osiyo is the traditional Cherokee
greeting. Come say “hello” and plan
your visit today: (877) 779-6977

Area Must See & Do…

Claremore Museum of History
121 N Weenonah • 918-342-1127 •

The newly renovated museum showcases Claremore’s unique history from
radium water baths to Lynn Riggs. The Lynn Riggs exhibit features the
original “surrey with the fringe on top” as well as other props from the movie
Oklahoma! which was adapted by Rodgers & Hammerstein from Lynn Riggs’
“Green Grow the Lilacs”. Enjoy walking through time and experiencing Historic
Downtown, artifacts from the train depot and more.

Hours/Admission: Sat, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Admission by voluntary contribution

Belvidere Mansion
4th & Chickasaw • 918-342-1127 •

Attracted by Claremore’s two railroads, John
M. Bayless brought his family to Indian Territory
in 1901. By 1902, Bayless started building his
castle-like mansion, The Belvidere, and it was
completed in 1907. The unique three-story Victorian style mansion has four
towers, one on each corner. A portico on the north side provided cover for the
guest carriages as they arrived for gala parties. Today, you can tour the home,
shop in the gift shop and dine in the tea room.

Hours/Admission: Tues-Sat, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Admission by voluntary contribution

Clearly Americana.

Totem Pole Park
4 miles east of Route 66 on SH 28-A, Foyil • 918-342-1127 •

Ed Galloway’s Totem Park features a 90 foot totem pole
containing over 200 carved Native American pictures. It
towers over a nine acre park featuring one of Oklahoma’s
best examples of colorful folk art.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it claims
the title of World’s Largest Totem Pole and is a popular stop
along Historic Route 66.

Hours/Admission: Daily during daylight hours
Gift Shop/Museum: Tues-Sat, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Sun, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm

Historic Route 66, “The Mother Road”
From Catoosa to Chelsea •

Over 40 miles of the “Mother Road” cross through
Rogers County. See such icons as the Big Blue Whale,
J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum, the world’s
largest Totem Pole, Oak Hills Winery and The Nut

Arts & Entertainment...

Robson Performing Arts Center
101 E Stuart Roosa • 918-923-4290 •

The Robson Performing Arts Center was
built for, and dedicated to, the students
of Claremore Public Schools for their
education and enjoyment. It is open to
the general public for great concerts,
plays, musicals and cultural events by
regional and national performers. Tickets
and complete event listing can be found
on the website.

Claremore Expo Center & RV Park
400 Veterans Parkway • 918-342-5357 •

The Claremore Expo Center is the venue for concerts, trade shows,
graduations, tractor pulls, motorcycle/bicycle events, demolition derby, dog
shows, livestock shows and auctions and a wide variety of equestrian events.
The Expo is currently the home court for the RSU HillCat basketball team, the
Green Country Classic Ranch Rodeo, Annual Bluegrass & Chili Festival and
the Rogers County Fair. An RV Park with 44 paved spots and 20/30/50 amp
full hookups is available.

A Gallery of the Arts
510 W Will Rogers Blvd, 918-342-4210 •

A Gallery of the Arts features more than 50
Oklahoma artisans using a variety of styles
and mediums. Special exhibits and events are
scheduled throughout the year.

Hours: Sat, Tue, Wed, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thur-Fri, 10:00 am -7:00 pm
Closed Sun-Mon

Variety of Nuts; Raw, Roasted or Flavored
Fresh Homemade Fudge - Free Taste!

Jellies, Jams & Candies • Seasonings & Salsas
Historic Route 66 Souvenirs • Gifts Galore

918-266-1604 • 888-732-2665

Located on Historic Route 66 at 26677 S. Hwy. 66, Claremore

Clearly Hot.

Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs
20900 S 4200 Rd • 918-283-8800 •
Experience the thrill of
live horse racing with
trackside excitement
March-May and
and hot simulcast racing
action from around the
country every day.
The casino/entertainment complex is open daily and features exciting Las
Vegas style electronic games and video poker.
There are special events and promotions year-round. Home to Oklahoma’s
largest KOA Campground with 400 full hookup RV pads.


1698 S. Lynn Riggs
1003 N. Lynn Riggs
1025 W. Will Rogers Blvd.
918 . 341.7100

W W W. B A N C F I R S T. C O M

Sandwiches & Deli

Fresh, made-to-order hearty sandwiches with all the trimmings!
A daily variety of fresh breads, meats, and cheeses with
a great selection of homemade sweet treats!

Special events, wine tastings, holiday events,
and the Route 66 Pecan & Fun Fest... there is

always something fun going on at

The Nut House

Please check our website often for an updated schedule of events.

Outdoor Recreation & Sports.

Claremore Super Recreation Center & Skate Park
595 Veterans Parkway • 918-341-4516 •

This 80,000-square-foot facility features
indoor basketball, tennis, racquetball and
volleyball courts; indoor track; weight room
with state of the art equipment; and Junior
Olympic size indoor pool.

Athletic complexes are abundant! The City of
Claremore and Rogers State University both
offer outstanding fields for soccer, baseball and softball; indoor courts for
volleyball and basketball along with a variety of track and field venues.

Claremore Splash Pad
Will Rogers Park, 1700 Camden Dr, Hwy 20/Brady Street
918-342-2522 •

Will Rogers Park, established in 1954,
sits on eight beautiful acres just below
Rogers State University and the Will
Rogers Memorial. The handicap-
accessible park amenities include a
newly renovated playground, covered
shelter, picnic tables and splash pad.
The splash pad is free to the public, open 7 days a week, 10am-7pm, May
through September.

Claremore Lake Park
East on Blue Starr D • 918-341-1238 (Ranger’s office)

Open daily from 6 am to 10 pm, the park features boating, fishing, picnic
areas with or without shelters, playgrounds, walking and jogging trails.

Heritage Hills Golf Course
3140 Tee Dr • 918-341-0055

A public golf course offering a championship 18-hole,
PAR 71(m)/72(w) golf course. Home to several major
tournaments each year and features a driving range,
practice green, electric and pull cart rentals, pro shop
and traveling beverage cart.

Oologah Lake - US Army Corps of Engineers
8400 E Hwy 88 • 918-443-2250 •

A great outdoor area for picnics, boating, fishing, swimming, skiing and plenty
of campgrounds.

Claremore and the surrounding area, host sporting tournaments each year of
all types and sizes. Visit Claremore can help you find the perfect place to host
your tournament! • 877-341-8688 • 918-341-8688

Agritourism - Clearly Natural.

The Nut House
26677 S Hwy 66 • 918-266-1604 •
Located on Historic Route 66, the “true” Nut House is a must see on the
Mother Road. A great place for a rest stop, souvenirs, sweet treats, or lunch
in Hot Mama’s Deli, the Nut House is a local favorite for seasonal pecans and
great gift items.

Oak Hills Winery
7070 S 4240, Chelsea
918-789-WINE •
Oak Hills Winery and Vineyards welcomes you to experience Oklahoma wine
at its best. Spend some time with us learning about
wines in a relaxed environment; bring the family and picnic in our park-like
atmosphere or take a tour of the vineyards. Complementary wine tasting
is offered along with a wide selection of wines, grape juices and gifts...
something for everyone!

Shepherd’s Cross
16792 E 450 Rd • 918-342-5911
A working farm where visitors enjoy shepherding
tours, Bible Garden tours, living Christmas nativity,
pumpkin patch and the Wooly Weekend Sheep to
Shawl. See website for hours, appointments and
additional information.

Swan Bros. Dairy
938 E 5th Street
Established in 1923 with one cow. In 1951,
Swan Dairy began selling Grade A Raw Milk
in one-gallon bottles for 50 cents. Cheese
is also produced at the dairy.
Oklahoma’s finest milk enters a pre-cooler
directly from the cows. It is then transferred
to a tank cooler and bottled. Visitors can
view afternoon milking daily from 3:00 pm
to 5:00 pm.

To Will Rogers
Birthplace (10 mi)



Blue Starr Dr. Will Rogers

Heritage Hills Memorial Museum

Golf Course Hammett House

Rogers State Claremore F
University JM
Indian Will
Hospital Rogers A
Claremore Blvd.
Claremore Expo Center
Rec Center M
& Skate Park Claremore NeMar
Visitors Shopping
Bureau Center

(In Expo Center)

To Owasso Brady Street
ST HWY 20 ST HWY 66Lynn Riggs Blvd.


Tulsa, OK.................. 30 MI Dallas, TX ............... 282 MI
Oklahoma City, OK .. 130 MI Ft. Worth, TX .......... 332 MI
Wichita, KS............. 200 MI St. Louis, MO.......... 363 MI
Kansas City, MO...... 246 MI Amarillo, TX ............ 393 MI
Little Rock, AR ........ 281 MI Memphis, TN .......... 408 MI

Claremore Regional Airport
918-343-0931 •
Enterprise Rental
918-341-8577 •
Tulsa International Airport (TIA)
918-838-5000 •

To The Nut House (7 mi) BancFirst Holiday
Cherokee Welcome Comfort Inn Expres
Country C
Blue Whale on Route 66

Visit Claremore

400 Veterans Parkway, Claremore, OK 74017 • 877-341-8688 • 918-341-8688

To Totem Pole ST HWY 66
Park (7 mi)


Stuart Roosa Blvd.
Robson Performing
Arts Center

Industrial Blvd. Hillcrest Claremore
JM Davis Blvd. Hospital Lake
Blue Starr Dr.
Lynn Riggs Blvd.
Fried Pie of

M Davis Claremore Museum
Arms & of History

Historic Belvidere
Downtown Mansion


Chamber of Patti
Commerce Page Claremore Airport,
1st Street Pryor
ST HWY 20 Super 8
Police Dept.

Exit 255

ST HWY 88 I-44

ss & Suites

Club Rd.

To Cherokee
Heritage Center



Historic Downtown Claremore
… Where the Mother Road Meets Main Street

Featuring Antiques, Boutiques, Collectibles and More
Claremore Main Street, Inc.
918-341-5881 •

Experience great shopping in Claremore’s Historic
Downtown filled with unique items you won’t
find anywhere else! Boutique clothing, antiques,
collectibles, art, home décor, local favorite diners
and coffee shops with tasty treats are sure to
please. Visit Main Street’s website for a full list of
shops, restaurants and services.

Ne-Mar Shopping Center … A Claremore Original
West Will Rogers Boulevard, In the heart of Claremore •

Ne-Mar Shopping Center, a mainstay in Claremore since 1967, is home to
thirty businesses, including nationally recognized stores, as well as locally
owned shops, restaurants and services. See website for a complete listing.
Located in the heart of Claremore, it is easily accessible and features
abundant parking.

Mention this ad for $10 OFF Room Rates

• Free High Speed Internet
• Super Start Plus Breakfast
• Suites Featuring Whirlpool Tubs
• Micro/Fridge in All Rooms
• Honeymoon Suites Available
• Truck & Bus Parking Available
• AAA, AARP, & Corporate Rates
• Meeting Room On Site

Claremore Exit 255 Off I-44 2014 Award
1100 E Will Rogers Blvd Winner

918-341-2323 •

Clearly Fashionable & Unique.

Out and About … locally owned and operated
Claremore prides itself on our locally owned and operated stores, from
hometown merchants to national chains, the shops offer a pleasant atmosphere
and the friendliest staff! A complete listing of downtown stores is available at

Cato Fashions Factory Connection Hoover’s Have-All Mall Swan Bros. Dairy
The Nut House Oak Hills Winery Rustic Rabbit Resales Make It Special
Discover great shopping in Claremore from Historic Downtown with a variety of
boutiques, antiques and shabby chic items to Ne-Mar Shopping Center with
other retail options from sporting goods to clothing.

Clearly Tasty.

Claremore Originals

Buddy’s Restaurant Eggbert’s Hugo’s Restaurant
630 N JM Davis Blvd 900 S Lynn Riggs Blvd 1217 W Archer
918-341-6737 918-342-1223 918-342-9240

Cappuccino Corner Fried Pie of Claremore Matties 66 Steakhouse
900 E Will Rogers Blvd
918-283-2633 500 N JM Davis Blvd 15901 N Hwy 66

918-341-9898 918-343-0077

Cotton-Eyed Joes Gripado’s Red’s Coney Island
715 S Moretz 1210 N Industrial Blvd 1005 E Will Rogers Blvd
918-342-0855 918-341-4499 918-342-5100

Dog Iron Saloon Hammett House The Pink House
20900 S 4200 Road
918-283-8300 1616 W Will Rogers Blvd 210 W 4th Street

918-341-7333 918-342-2544

Dot’s Cafe Hot Mama’s Deli at Tea Room at the
310 W Will Rogers Blvd The Nut House Belvidere
918-341-9718 26677 S Hwy 66 121 N Chickasaw Ave

Casual Dining Fast Food

Asean Diner Arby’s
Asiana Buffet Bill & Ruth’s Sub Shop
Billy Sim’s BBQ Braum’s Ice Cream & Dairy Store (two)
Boom-A-Rang Diner Burger King
Buffalo Wild Wings Charlie’s Chicken
Café Flores Cherry Berry Yogurt
Carl’s Coney Island Domino’s
Chili’s Bar & Grill Kentucky Fried Chicken
El Azteca Mexican Restaurant Little Caesar’s Pizza
El Banquete Long John Silver/A&W Root Beer
El Charro McDonald’s (two)
El Maguey Mexican Restaurant Papa John’s Pizza
Golden Chef Sonic Drive-In (two)
Golden Corral Subway (four)
Goldie’s Patio Grill Taco Bell
Los Aztecas Taco Bueno
Mazzio’s Italian Eatery Taco Tico
Panda Chinese Whataburger
Paradise Donuts & Cafe
Pizza Hut
Rib Crib
Toofan’s Kitchen
Venaccia Italian Restaurant

Meet In Claremore.

Special Event, Group and Meeting Planners

Central Location
• Located in the heart of northeast Oklahoma

• Easy access from I-44, Historic Route 66, OK Hwy 20 and OK Hwy 88

• Twenty minutes from Tulsa International Airport (TIA)

Claremore Expo Center
400 Veterans Parkway • 918-342-5357 •

• 30,000 sq ft hall perfect for trade shows or large corporate meetings
• Indoor and outdoor arenas, excellent choices for equestrian events
• Small meeting room seating up to 75

Claremore Conference Center at the Holiday Inn Express
& Suites *Opens Spring 2015
1400 W Country Club

• Claremore’s newest venue for meetings & conventions, weddings,

reunions, and special events • 16,000 sq. ft. of meeting space

• Outdoor reception area • Banquet room seating 500 or more

• Catering options • State-of-the-art AV equipment

• Break-out rooms seating 50-200

• Adjacent to the Holiday Inn Express & Suites

Centennial Center at Rogers State University
1701 W Will Rogers Blvd • 918-343-7777 •

• Seating up to 800 in Grand Ballroom • AV equipment on site

• Three additional breakout rooms seat 50-75 • On-site catering

Group and special event rates are most affordable in Claremore. Caterers,
restaurants, hoteliers and venues appreciate your business and work with
individual planners to ensure the best rates.

Visit Claremore will assist by providing detailed information on venues
and menus and be your liaison with the local business community. Our pool
of volunteers will make your event a huge success. Guest registrations run
smoothly and all attendees receive welcome bags.

Motor Coach operators enjoy us “taking the wheel” by customizing their
itinerary, making all the necessary arrangements and providing a local step-
on guide who informs and entertains your clients.

Start planning your event at

Visit Claremore • 877-341-8688 • 918-341-8688


Daily Specials

Lunch & Dinner Menu
and of course a variety of
fried fruit & fried meat pies

500 N JM Davis Blvd • 918-341-9898 Facebook/FriedPieOfClaremore

Area Events... Clearly More To Do.

Rogers State University Hillcats

Basketball continues
through March;
Claremore Expo Center
24 Mad Dog Demolition Derby;
Claremore Expo Center

FEBru Ary
Rogers State University Hillcats

Baseball and Softball begins
and goes through May;
Rogers State University
21 Daisy BB Gun Day; JM Davis
Arms & Historical Museum

Live Thoroughbred Horse Racing begins and continues through May;

Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs
7-8 Outdoor Sporting Expo; Claremore Expo Center
13-14 Hamfest Radio Convention; Claremore Expo Center
27-30 Claremore Kennel Club Dog Show; Claremore Expo Center

APr il
10-12 Rogers County Home & Garden, Farm & Ranch Show;

Claremore Expo Center
24-25 Green County Classic Ranch Rodeo; Claremore Expo Center
24-25 Woolly Weekend; Shepherd’s Cross

36TH Annual September 10-12, 2015

Thurs & Fri 4:00 pm–11:00 pm
Saturday 11:00 am–11:00 pm

A great weekend of family fun…

Three Stages of Family Entertainment
Mid-America Regional Chili Cook-off • Festival Market

Arts & Crafts • Open Car Show • Kiddie Korral
Junior Showcase • Vocal Competition • Dance Exhibitions

FREE Concerts & More!

877.341.8688 •

Clearly Tough.

2 Sip, Savor, Shop… A Taste of Claremore; Historic Downtown

9 Claremore Reveille Rotary’s Boots N BBQ; Cherokee Casino Will

Rogers Downs
22-24 Will Rogers Stampede PRCA Rodeo; Will Rogers Round Up Club
23 Ruffles & Rust Expo; Claremore Expo Center
5-7 Oklahoma Military Academy Reunion
21 Official City Stop for the 2015 Hemmings Motor News Great Race on

Route 66; Claremore Expo Center

Full Hook-ups • 50/30/20 Amps
pAved • sHower pAvilion • lAundry on site

400 veterans pkwy • 918.342.5357 •

Area Events.

Jul y
City of Claremore’s 4th of July Celebration at Claremore Lake Park; TBD
18 Scissortail Wine Festival; Claremore Expo Center

Rogers State University Hillcats Cross Country, Golf and Soccer begins and

continues through November; Rogers State University
15 Will Rogers- Wiley Post Fly-In; Will Rogers Birthplace Ranch, Oologah
20-22 Oklahoma High School Softball Festival, hosted by Rogers State

University Hillcats

Live Quarter Horse, Appaloosa and Paint Horse Meets begin and continue

through November; Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs
4-7 Oklahoma Palomino Association’s Go for the Gold Futurity & Horse

Show; Claremore Expo Center
10-12 Bluegrass & Chili Festival; Claremore Expo Center
17-20 Rogers County Fair; Claremore Expo Center
18-19 Gatesway Balloon Festival; Will Rogers Downs
25 Route 66 Cruise-In; Ne-Mar Shopping Center
26 Route 66 Cruisers Car Show; Claremore Lake Park

1-30 Pumpkin Festival; Shepherd’s Cross
3 Dickens of a Ride; Historic Downtown Claremore
2-3 Route 66 Cruisers Auto Swap Meet; Will Rogers Round Up Club
3 Totem Pole Park Annual BBQ and Music Fest; Foyil
24 Route 66 Pecan & Fun Fest; The Nut House

Rogers State University Hillcats Basketball begins and continues through

March; Claremore Expo Center
4-30 Christmas at the Belvidere (Tuesdays-Saturdays); Belvidere Mansion
4-7 Will Rogers Days; Will Rogers Memorial Museums
20-21 Dickens on the Boulevard; Historic Downtown Claremore

30 Shops and Restaurants
West Will Rogers Blvd. Claremore, OK

Clearly Festive.

1-20 Christmas at the Belvidere Continues (Tuesdays-Saturdays);

Belvidere Mansion
10-12 Living Nativity; Shepherd’s Cross
12 Liquid Nitro Arena Cross; Claremore Expo Center
12 Claremore Christmas Parade; (evening)
17-19 Living Nativity; Shepherd’s Cross

Detailed listings at or

Where To Stay.

*All hotels offer a full hot breakfast, a deluxe continental breakfast or a juice
and pastry bar. All offer free WiFi and are pet friendly.

Hotels/Motels Bed & Breakfast
Claremore Motor Inn Andersonville Cottage
1709 N Lynn Riggs Blvd 417 W Lake Rd/Anderson Dr
800-828-4540 • 918-342-4545 918-341-2224

Comfort Inn Country Inn Bed & Breakfast
1720 S Lynn Riggs Blvd 20530 E 430 Rd
918-343-3297 • 918-342-1894

Hampton Inn & Suites rv Park/Cabins/Camp Grounds
*Open Spring of 2015 Claremore Expo Center RV Park
1811 S. Scissortail Ave 400 Veterans Parkway 918-342-5357
Holiday Inn Express & Suites
*Open Spring of 2015 KOA at Cherokee Casino Will
1400 W. Country Club Rogers Downs 20900 S 4200 Rd
La Quinta Inn & Suites
*Open Spring of 2015
774 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd Hawthorne Bluff at Oologah Lake US Army Corps of Engineer
Oologah Lake
Super 8 918-443-2250
1100 E Will Rogers Blvd
918-341-2323 •
Redbud Marina & RV Park
Travel Inn Oologah Lake
812 E Will Rogers Blvd 9001 E Hwy 88
918-341-3254 918-341-5190

Will Rogers Inn
940 S Lynn Riggs Blvd
800-644-9455 • 918-341-4410


Full Hot Breakfast
Route 66 Conference Room
AAA, AARP & Group Rates Available
All rooms include high-speed wireless internet,
coffee maker, microwave & refrigerator!

Located on Historic Route 66 just 20 miles from Tulsa and only

minutes from Claremore’s world class museums, restaurants and shopping!

918-343-3297 • 1720 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd.

Will Rogers...

An American Icon
An Oklahoma Favorite
A Cherokee Legend

• World renowned humorist
• #1 motion picture box office star
• Most widely syndicated columnist
• Highest rated radio commentator
• Widely sought-after public speaker
• Hugely generous humanitarian

Will Rogers
Memorial Museum

• 12 interactive galleries
• 2 theaters
• Outstanding Children’s Museum
• Wealth of art and artifacts
• Well-stocked gift shop
• Variety of facility rentals
• Spacious parking
• Admission rates: call 800.324.9455

Will Rogers
Birthplace Ranch

• 400-acre living history ranch
• Beautiful birthplace house
• Spectacular views
• Free admission
• Generous parking
• RV hook-ups

918.341.0719 • 800.324.9455

Memorial in Claremore WILL ROGERS
Birthplace Ranch in Oologah MEMORIAL
9501 E. 380 Rd.

As close to home cooking as it gets!

A Northeast Oklahoma Tradition Since 1969

4 blocks from Historic Route 66
1616 W. Will Rogers Blvd.

Next to the Will Rogers Memorial Museum


Daily Specials!

Tuesday - Saturday 11am - 9pm
Sunday 11am - 8pm


Official Hotel


*Artist Renditons May Not be Indicative of Actual Buildings

• 81 Guest Rooms & Suites
• Indoor Pool & Spa, Fitness Club
• Close to Shopping & Dining
• Located Directly Off Route 66


Event space to accommodate 25 to 800 guests

1400 W Country Club, Claremore, OK 74017

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