Sunday, April 18, 2010

Plan for Travel Planning

Oklahoma's welcome centers can provide you with a slew of great brochures, maps and visitor guides. The welcome centers are operated by the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department, and are strategically located around the state. And many of their travel guides are also available from the Travel OK website.

But here's a tip for making the most of all that great stuff- drop by before heading out on your trip.

Oklahoma Dining GuideSo many travelers visit a on of Oklahoma's Tourism Information Centers as they hit the road on their big adventure. Consider this alternative... Instead of filling up your back seat with brochures on your way out of town, pick some up beforehand. So instead of fumbling through all of that paper while you're on the road, you can use them to pre-plan your trip. Once you know where you're going you can bring along only the brochures you might need.

This idea reduces clutter in the car, and saves paper too. Plus, it's helpful to have all that information while planning your trip. You can visit websites, research nearby attractions and plan out your route with online mapping tools.

Find an Oklahoma Tourism Information Center...

I-35 from Kansas
10 miles south of OK/KS border near Blackwell
I-35 from Texas
4 miles north of OK/TX border near Thackerville
I-40 from Texas Panhandle
9 miles east of OK/TX border near Erick
I-40 from Arkansas
17 miles west of OK/AR border near Sallisaw
I-44 from Texas
28 miles north of OK/TX border near Walters
I-44 from Missouri
25 miles southwest of OK/MO border near Miami
Highway 412 from Arkansas
15 miles west of OK/AR border
near Kansas, OK
Highway 69 from Texas
2 miles north of OK/TX border
near Colbert
In Oklahoma City
On I-35 at 122nd Street near the intersections of I-40, I-44 and I-35
In Tulsa
On I-44 just east of Tulsa at 161st East Avenue
In Midwest City
7200 SE 29th
Along I-40
State Capitol Building in Oklahoma City
NE 23rd & Lincoln Blvd in the 1st floor rotunda

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