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Nature Is Reclaiming This Abandoned Speedway In Oklahoma…And It’s Terribly Eerie

Tulsa Speedway was located on the Tulsa Fairgrounds from the 1930s until it moved north on Highway 75 in 1985, when the Fair Meadows horse track was constructed nearby. Once the track moved, they started the first sprint car program in 1988. The Tulsa Speedway was a popular and successful location through the 1990s. It changed ownership many times and finally shut its doors in 2005. The abandoned speedway still stands and is terribly eerie for all those that explore it.

Take a look at the grim footage of what remains of the Tulsa Speedway:

To see more places nature is reclaiming in Oklahoma, click here.

Ashley
Ashley has lived in Oklahoma for 25 years and is the Oklahoma staff writer for onlyinyourstate.com