Bus Trip: Central Oklahoma

Bus Trip: October 5-6, 2017

Oklahoma’s Central Plains, Grasslands, and Prairies

Enid, Woodward, Mooreland, Alva, Aline


Have you ever wanted to step back in time when Oklahoma was a territory? Here is your chance as we travel to northwestern Oklahoma to see an ornate Victorian home, a one room school house, and the original land office where pioneers filed their claims during the 1893 land run.

We will visit the Gloss Mountains with large red buttes that gleam in the sunlight, and lunch at a traditional German restaurant. Remember the Harvey Houses? We will visit there as well as the Waynoka Air Rail Museum, then drive past Little Sahara State Park to see fifty eight vintage windmills, and enjoy a chuck wagon dinner.

The next day we will visit the Maddux Charolais Ranch to see a history of farm machinery spanning 100 years. Lunch in Alva where we will view Alabaster Caverns via video and then on to the Salt Plains Refuge for a guided tour of the park. We will also see the only sod house left in Oklahoma.

Lastly will be a visit to the Plymouth Valley Cellars where you can indulge in a wine slushy if you wish before heading back to Tulsa.

Deadline is September 1st. This trip will fill up fast, don’t delay!

View the full itinerary and registration form HERE.

  • The restored Waynoka Harvey House.