Elk City, Oklahoma
From nearby Elk Creek RV Park is Elk City’s vibrant downtown shopping district. Boasting everything from rustic cowboy decor to boutiques showcasing the latest in fashion. Make a day of shopping in Elk City during Route 66 Days in June, the Sizzlin’ Summer Sidewalk Sale in July and scare up some frightful deals during Moonlight Madness in October.
Be sure to bring a hearty appetite. Elk City offers a variety of restaurants guaranteed to satisfy everyone from cowboys to city slickers. When you’re ready to hang your hat, Elk Creek RV is ready to accommodate.
Located on Interstate 40, Elk City’s endless blue skies, rich rolling hills and red earth make this community a great place to hang your hat any time of year. So plan your trip to Elk City and let us share our Western Oklahoma hospitality.
Visit the National Route 66 & Transportation Museum in Elk City to take a journey through each of the eight states Route 66 passes through – from Illinois all the way to California. See quirky roadside attractions that lured people to stop and get a feel for the experience of traveling down Route 66. Walk through displays of antique cars. View historical documents detailing the narrative of America’s highway. The National Route 66 & Transportation Museum invites both children and adults. to experience automobiles of the past with interactive and hands-on displays. “Drive” down Route 66 in a 1955 pink Cadillac. Watch a black and white movie at a mock drive-in theater while sitting in a classic Chevy Impala.
The museum is part of the Old Town Museum Complex. Complete with displays and artifacts that give a glimpse into the lives of early settlers in Western Oklahoma. The Farm and Ranch Museum, celebrate Oklahoma’s agricultural heritage. While you’re at the complex, make sure to see the replicas of a schoolhouse, opera house, doctor’s office and chapel, and immerse yourself in pioneer history.
Old Town Museum
Early Oklahoma pioneer life is depicted as visitors wander through this grand town story Victorian house. Visitors will find the lower level of the house filled with early pioneer life. The Stars & Stripes Room, Native American Gallery, and Elk City’s own Susan Powell Miss America 1981 displays are among the many sites to see. The upper level is devoted to the early cowboy and rodeo way of life. Numerous items are on display that have been donated by the world famous Beutler Brothers Rodeo Stock Producers. The Beutler Ranch is just north of Elk City and they have been producing award winning rodeo stock since 1929.
Every RV site at Elk Creek RV Park is full hook up pull thru 30 amp or 50 amp. There is FREE Cable (25), FREE Wi-Fi, 2 laundry facilities, sauna, a brand new showers and restrooms building that is handicap accessible. A 2,000 square foot recreational room with full kitchen for club use, pool table and shuffleboard, and a covered pavilion with barbecue grill set in beautiful scenery along the “Elk Creek”, easy off and on from Exit 38 I-40.