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Published by Sherry Sartin, 2016-05-19 14:52:09

Claremore Visitors Guide 2013

Tourism Guide

Will RogeRs inn

Visit Claremore and enjoy your stay
in Claremore’s largest outdoor
salt water swimming pool.

Conveniently Located On Historic
Route 66 Just Minutes From
Will Rogers Memorial Museum

J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum
Historic Downtown Shopping • Claremore Expo Center

Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs
• Morning Fruit & Pastry Bar
• Restaurant & Lounge On-Site
• Business Services
• High Speed Internet
• Outdoor Swimming Pool - Heated Salt Water
• Meeting & Banquet Facilities On-Site

Mention this ad for 10% Off Regular Rate
Excludes Special Events - Expires 12/31/2013

(918) 341-4410 • (800) 644-9455

940 S. Lynn Riggs Blvd., Claremore

Welcome to

... an Oklahoma Tradition!

Nestled in the heart of the Cherokee Nation and northeast Oklahoma’s
Green Country, Claremore is home to two American icons, Will Rogers
and Historic Route 66.

A short drive from Tulsa, Claremore is known for world class museums,
great local eateries, and small town charm. Will Rogers once said,
“Folks make towns, not numbers”. It is the people of Claremore; their
hospitality, community pride, and dedication to our past and our future,
which make Claremore an Oklahoma tradition.

Driving through town our legends are commemorated by statues and
street signs… anyone famous from Claremore has a street named for
them. Experience all we have to offer. Relax and enjoy the wonderful
accommodations, world-class attractions and unique shopping. Try
a local favorite for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert. You won’t be

Claremore isn’t just a state of mind-it’s where visitors embrace legends
like Will Rogers, Patti Page, the musical Oklahoma! based on the play
“Green Grow the Lilacs” by Lynn Riggs, athlete Andy Payne, astronaut
Stuart Roosa, and many others. Experience Historic Route 66 like never

Visit the Mother Road’s icons: The Blue Whale, JM Davis Arms &
Historical Museum and the world’s largest Totem Pole, just to name a
few. Enjoy Claremore’s annual festivals and events… there is always
something going on!

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



Discover the Cherokee traditions of yesterday as
you experience the wide-array of history and
culture at Oklahoma’s premier museum and
interpretive site – the Cherokee Heritage Center,
located in Tahlequah, Okla.


Must See…

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 Rogers 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, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Free – Under 18
$5 – Ages 18-61
$4 – 62+, Military, Students with Id
Groups: $4 – Ten or more
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 - History Ranch
• House in which Will Rogers was born in

• 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.

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

Must See…

Arkansas River Historical Society Museum & Port of Catoosa
5350 Cimarron Rd, Catoosa • 918-266-2291

Displays of the history of the McClellan-Kerr
Arkansas River Navigation System, regional
benefits of the waterway, steamboat lore, cargo
shipped on the waterway, and archeology.
The towboat M/V Charley Border served the
port for over 30 years and was used to switch
barges in the port channel. It is permanently
docked adjacent to the museum.

Hours/Admission: Mon-Fri, 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Free – donations accepted
Group tours by appointment

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’ statuaries
• Extensive stein collection
• Swords, saddles, Native American

• World War I posters
• Antique musical instruments

Hours/Admission: Mon-Fri, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Sat, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sundays (April-Oct) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sundays (Nov-Mar) closed
Free – donations accepted
Special arrangements by appointment


Tahlequah, OK


Experience the spirit of the Cherokee greeting “Osiyo”
when you explore any of the four Cherokee museums located in
Tahlequah, Okla.Whether it’s an exciting visit to the first prison in

Indian Territory or a journey to an ancient Cherokee Village
— there are adventures around every corner.

Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum • 122 E. Keetoowah St. Tahlequah, OK 74464
Cherokee National Prison Museum • 124 E. Choctaw St.Tahlequah, OK 74464
John Ross Museum • 22366 S. 530 Rd. Park Hill, OK 74451
Cherokee Heritage Center • 21192 S. Keeler Drive Park Hill, OK 74451
(877) 779-6977

*Named Tribal Destination of the Year by the American Indian and Alaska Native Tourism Association

Must See…

Claremore Museum of History/Lynn Riggs Memorial Museum
121 N Weenonah • 918-342-1127 •
Rollie Lynn Riggs, born in 1899, just three miles southwest of Claremore in
Indian Territory, became an internationally famous author and playwright.
His play Green Grow the Lilacs was adapted by Rodgers & Hammerstein into
the internationally recognized musical Oklahoma!. The play, set in 1900 in
Claremore, is a vibrantly descriptive and colorful tale of life in Indian Territory.
The memorial is currently undergoing renovations and expects to reopen
in the spring of 2013 as the Claremore Museum of History. 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

World’s Largest Private Firearms Collection
Western Native American Items
Famous Outlaw Weapons
Military Weapons
John Wayne Movie Posters
Over 50,000 items on display! • (918) 341-5707

On Historic Route 66 in downtown Claremore.
5th & JM Davis Blvd. Just 30 minutes from Tulsa!

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

Historical 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

12-15, 2013

Claremore Expo Center
Veterans Parkway, Claremore, OK

Fun Time Shows Carnival

Kids Pedal Tractor Pull

FFA & 4H Exhibits

Live Entertainment

Justin Harrell
Goat Roping

Cowboy Mercantile
Tack, Jewelry, Home

Decor and more!

918-341-8688 ~

Schedule subject to change. Please visit website or call for updates.

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/monster truck events, 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 Free 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 mediums.
Special exhibits and events are scheduled
throughout the year.

Hours: 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

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 more than 400 full hookup RV pads.

September 20-21, 2013
Rogers State University

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 & 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

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

Boating, fishing, picnic areas with
or without shelters, playgrounds,
walking/jogging trails.
Open daily 6:00 am – 10:00 pm

Heritage Hills Golf Course
3140 Tee Dr

A public 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, and travelling 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 hosts a variety of tournaments each
year – all types – all sizes. Let us help you find the perfect place to host your

Visit Claremore

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


The Nut House
26677 S Hwy 66 • 918-266-1604 •

Located on Historic Route 66, the “true” Nut House is a must see. 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 learning about wines in a relaxed environment or
take a tour of the vineyards. We offer complementary wine tasting and a wide
selection of wines, grape juices, and gifts... something for everyone!

Roberdes Family Vineyards & Winery
20570 E 460 Rd • 918-342-1038 •

Located on 15 acres just east of Claremore, the Roberdes family has planted
3 varietals of grapes: Chambourcin, Traminette and Frontenac with over 950
vines. There are also blackberries and raspberries with future plans for an
orchard. Only the finest grapes, juices and fruits are used to produce wine for
their customers.

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, or the Wooly Weekend Sheep to
Shawl. Please check website for hours, appointments/more details.

Swan’s Dairy
938 E 5th Street • 918-341-2298 •

Established in 1923 with one cow. In 1951, Swan Dairy started selling Grade
A Raw Milk in one-gallon bottles for 50 cents. Cheese is also produced at the

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
from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm daily.

Visit Claremore

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

Shopping… Antiques,

Historic Downtown Claremore
... Where the Mother Road Meets Main Street

Claremore Main Street, Inc.
918-341-5881 •

More than 300 antique dealers, boutiques and
specialty shops are represented in three blocks
and are becoming a shopper’s paradise! Featuring
antiques, collectibles and more.

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 •

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

32 Shops and Restaurants

West Will Rogers Blvd. Claremore, OK

Unique & Collectibles

Out and About
... locally owned and operated
S.L.O.B.S. - Shop Locally Owned Businesses. 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 on their website.

visit historic

Rogers State University on
“College Hill” in Claremore

Rogers State University is a regional university with more than 4,600 students,
features a variety of attractions, including:
Oklahoma Military Academy Memorial Museum, Historic Meyer Hall, open to
the public 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
Historic Preparatory Hall, original campus building, completed in 1910, featuring
the iconic gold dome
and a 100-acre nature preserve with trails open to the community

1701 W. Will Rogers Boulevard | Claremore, Oklahoma
918-343-7777 |

Local Flavors

Claremore Mattie’s 66 Steakhouse El Maguey Mexican
15901 N Hwy 66 Restaurant

Buddy’s Grill 918-343-0077 Golden Chef
630 N JM Davis Blvd Morgan Dowell’s BBQ Golden Corral
Joint Goldie’s Patio Grill
918-341-6737 1001 N Owalla Los Azteca
Cappuccino Corner 918-923-6569 Mazzio’s Italian Eatery
900 E Will Rogers Blvd Red’s Coney Island Napoli’s Italian
1005 E Will Rogers Blvd Restaurant
918-283-2633 918-342-5100 Panda Chinese
Cotton-Eyed Joes The Pink House Pizza Hut
715 S Moretz 210 W 4th Street Rib Crib
918-342-2544 Wings To Go
918-342-0855 Tea Room at the Memaw’s Café
Dog Iron Saloon Belvidere
20900 S 4200 Rd 121 N Chickasaw Ave Fast Food
918-283-8300 Tiny Cakes & Truffles Arby’s
Dot’s Cafe Bakery & Sandwich Bill & Ruth’s Sub Shop
310 W Will Rogers Blvd Shop Braum’s Ice Cream &
1229 W Will Rogers Blvd Dairy Store (two)
918-341-9718 918-923-6295 Burger King
Eggbert’s Charlie’s Chicken
900 S Lynn Riggs Blvd Casual Dining Cherry Berry Yogurt
918-342-1223 Asean Diner Kentucky Fried Chicken
Gripado’s Asiana Buffet Little Caesar’s Pizza
1210 N Industrial Blvd Billy Simm’s BBQ Long John Silver/A&W
Boom-A-Rang Diner Root Beer
918-341-4499 Café Flores McDonalds (two)
Hammett House Carl’s Coney Island Papa John’s Pizza
1616 W Will Rogers Blvd Chili’s Sonic Drive-In (two)
El Azteca Subway (four)
918-341-7333 El Charro Taco Bell
Hot Mama’s Deli at Taco Bueno
The Nut House
26677 S Hwy 66

Hugo’s Restaurant
1217 W Archer


Taco Tico

1954 S Hwy 66 • Claremore, OK 74017

Steak, Pork & Seafood Entrees • Take Out Available
Full Service Bar with Drink Specials

Daily Specials • Happy Hour 3:00-7:00 pm
Open Daily at 11:00

Please check website for new hours coming in 2013

Authentic Mexican Cuisine • Warm & Friendly Atmosphere

Special Event/Group
Tour/Meeting Planners

Central Location

• Located in the heart of northeast Oklahoma
• Easy access from I-44, Historic Route 66, OK Hwy 20 and 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, both
excellent choices for equestrian

• Small meeting room seating up to 75

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

• Grand Ballroom seating up to 900 • Audio Visual equipment

• Four break-out rooms • On-site catering

Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs and Event Center
20900 S 4200 Rd • 918-283-8800 •

• Live horse racing • Event Center seats up to 3,000

• Meeting space in Finish Line Room, Turf Club and Horseshow Room

• Full menu for on-site catering or dine in Dog Iron Saloon

Other Meeting Space (from 50-200 people)

• Claremore Community Center • Comfort Inn
• Eggbert’s Restaurant • Pecan Hall (at The Nut House)
• Will Rogers Memorial Museum

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

Motor Coach operators enjoy us “taking the wheel” to make your tour

memorable and fun!

• Customized itinerary planning • Handle all arrangements

• Complimentary step-on guide who will inform and entertain your


Let our staff assist in your planning: • Welcome bags

• Detailed venue/menu information
• Your liaison with local business community
• Volunteers ensure smooth guest registration

Visit Claremore

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

2013 Events

Rogers State University Hillcats Basketball continues

through March; Claremore Expo Center
19 Motorhead Sports Demolition Derby & Figure

Eight Racing; Claremore Expo Center
Rogers State University Hillcats Baseball and Softball

begins and continues through May; Rogers State University
1-2 American Arena Cross; Claremore Expo Center
15-16 Broadway’s Next Hit Musical appears at the Robson Performing Arts

23 Daisy BB Gun Days; JM Davis Arms & Historical Museum
25 Celebrity Shoot; JM Davis Arms & Historical Museum
28 Hooray for Hollywood premiers at the Robson Performing Arts Center
Live Thoroughbred Horse Racing begins and continues through May;

Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs
1-3 Outdoor Sporting Expo; Claremore Expo Center
8 Oklahoma Agritourism presents Made In Oklahoma show; The Nut

8-9 Hamfest Convention; Claremore Expo Center
22-24 Rogers County Home & Garden, Farm & Ranch Show; Claremore

Expo Center
30-31 Claremore Kennel Club AKC Dog

Show; Claremore Expo Center
26-27 Green Country Classic Ranch Rodeo;

Claremore Expo Center
26- Destination Claremore - See page 25
May 4 for events listing.


400 Veterans Pkwy • 918-342-5357 •

4 Derby Day; Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs

4-5 Will Rogers Classic Cattle Show; Claremore Expo Center

18 Preakness Stakes; Cherokee Casino Will Rogers

11 Claremore Reveille Rotary’s Boots-N-BBQ;
Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs

18 A Vintage Affair; the Belvidere Mansion

25-27 Oklahoma Kansas Welsh Pony Society Horse
Show; Claremore Expo Center

7-9 Claremore welcomes the Oklahoma Military Academy Reunion;

Rogers State University

8 Belmont Stakes, Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs

15-16 Oklahoma Dressage Society Horse Show; Claremore Expo Center

TBD City of Claremore’s July 4 Celebration; Claremore Lake

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

continues through November; Rogers State University

15 Will Rogers Tribute & Wreath Laying Ceremony; Will Rogers Memorial

15-17 Bureau of Land Management Wild Horse & Burro Adoption; Claremore
Expo Center

18 Will Rogers Fly-In; Will Rogers
Birthplace Ranch; Oologah

22-24 Oklahoma High School Softball
Festival, hosted by Rogers State
University Softball

34TH Annual September 5-7, 2013

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

A great weekend of family fun…

Mid-America Regional Chili Cook-off • Festival Market
Arts & Crafts • Open Car Show • Kiddie Korral

Junior Showcase • Vocal Competition • Dance Exhibitions
FREE Concerts • Three Stages of Family Entertainment

Antique Tractor Pull & More!

877.341.8688 •

2013 Events

August (continued)
24-25 Claremore Dog Expo featuring Dock Dogs; Claremore Expo Center
31- Oklahoma Palomino Association’s Horse Show and Go For The Gold
Sept. 2 Futurity; Claremore Expo Center
Live Quarter Horse, Appaloosa, and Paint Horse Meets begin and continues

through November; Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs
5-7 34th Annual Bluegrass & Chili Festival; Claremore Expo Center
12-14 99th Annual Rogers County Fair; Claremore Expo Center
19-21 Gatesway Balloon Festival, Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Down
20-21 Art on the Hill; Rogers State University
27 Route 66 Cruisers Cruise-In to Ne-Mar Shopping Center
28 Route 66 Cruisers Car and Motorcycle Show; Claremore Lake Park
3-31 Pumpkin Festival at Shepherd’s Cross (every Thurs, Fri, & Sat)
4-5 Route 66 Cruiser’s Annual Car & Motorcycle Swap Meet; Will Rogers

Round-Up grounds
5 Totem Pole’s Annual BBQ and Music Festival; Totem Pole Park, Foyil
19 Route 66 Pecan and Fun Fest; The Nut House

Get off the beaten path ...
Discover Oklahoma’s hidden treasures.

Thursdays @ 7:30 pm

Channels 35.1 & 35.2
Cox Cable Channels HD 793 & SD 109 • Satellite 35

800-823-7210 •

Rogers State University Hillcats Basketball through March; Claremore Expo

TBD Homecoming; Rogers State University
1-4 75th Anniversary Will Rogers Days; Will Rogers Memorial Museum.

Named as one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the
American Bus Association.
4- Christmas at the Belvidere; Belvidere Mansion (Tuesdays-Saturdays)
Dec. 21
15-16 Dickens on the Boulevard; Historic Downtown Claremore
7 Motorhead Sports Arena Cross;
Claremore Expo Center
7-8 Christmas Arts & Crafts Show; JM
Davis Arms & Historical Museum
12-21 Living Nativity at Shepherd’s Cross
(every Thursday, Friday, & Saturday)


to oklahoma & you

Serving more than 50 communitieS in oklahoma

claremore | inola | verdigris


*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 RV Park/Cabins/Camp
Claremore Motor Inn
1709 N Lynn Riggs Blvd Claremore Expo Center
800-828-4540 RV Park
918-342-4545 400 Veterans Parkway 918-342-5357
Comfort Inn
1720 S Lynn Riggs Blvd KOA at Cherokee Casino
918-343-3297 Will Rogers Downs 20900 S 4200 Rd
Super 8
1100 E Will Rogers Blvd
866-302-6438 Hawthorne Bluff
918-341-2323 at Oologah Lake US Army Corps of Engineer
Oologah Lake
Travel Inn 918-443-2250
812 E Will Rogers Blvd
Redbud Marina & RV Park
Will Rogers Inn Oologah Lake
940 S Lynn Riggs Blvd 9001 E Hwy 88
800-644-9455 918-341-5190

Bed & Breakfast Country Inn Bed & Breakfast
20530 E 430 Rd
Andersonville Cottage
417 W Lake Rd/Anderson Dr 918-342-1894


Full Hot Breakfast
Route 66 Conference Room
AAA, AARP & Group Rates Available
All rooms include high-speed wireless internet,
co ee 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.

April 26 - May 4, 2013

April 26-28 American Cowboys Traders Days; Will Rogers Memorial


April 26-27 Wooly Weekend; Shepherd’s Cross

May 3 Taste of Claremore featuring Northeast Oklahoma Wine

Festival; Claremore Expo Center

May 3-4 Lilac Festival; Historic Downtown Claremore

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 of I-44
Toll Free: 866-302-6438 • 918-341-2323

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

• 9 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

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


Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs is just 20 minutes from
Tulsa and features live Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing
in the spring and fall. There’s also year-round simulcast racing,
250 electronic games, the KOA RV Park and live entertainment
Thursday through Saturday at the Dog Iron Saloon. We’ve also
got ample facilities and staff to cater your next banquet,
meeting or event.

Will Rogers Turnpike at Exit 255, Claremore, OK
918.283.8800 •

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