We Bet You Didn’t Know That Oklahoma Is Home To One Of The Only Route 66 Sidewalk Highways In North America

Oklahoma is full of interesting places and landmarks, and one of those is Route 66’s Ribbon Road. Ribbon Road, also known as Sidewalk Highway, is a historic section of Route 66 that is one of the rarest roads in all 2,400 miles of The Mother Road. So what makes this highway so interesting? It’s only nine feet wide. Yep, you heard that right… the highway is just a bit wider than your average sidewalk.

Oklahoma is home to some fun and quirky places. One of these eccentric places is Shattuck Windmill Park & Museum – home to a large collection of windmills dating back to the 19th century. In fact, there are over 50 of them in this little town, and you’ll want to plan a visit to see all of them.

Address: Route 66 Ribbon Road/Sidewalk Highway Landmark, E 140 Rd, Miami, OK 74354, USA