2015 Indian Nation Ride - March 28 to 30, 2015

Prepared by: Carrol Miller & Rick Butler


Saturday March 28, 2015

Depart 8:30a Sharp from McDonalds in Wylie

 

Lunch: Eat at Hungry Horse Café, 101 W. Main St. Antlers, OK  580-298-5300.

They are only open Wed-Sun. 7-3.

 

Ride on to Muskogee to see the Submarine exhibit, then on to Tahlequah.  This will be a 357 mile first day ride.   

 

Accommodations:  Lone Star Riders

Comfort Inn & Suites

101 Reasor St.   

Tahlequah, OK 74464

918-431-0600

$75 per night

 

 

Dinner: The Grill (a sports bar and grill upstairs with an outside patio), 407 N. Muskogee Ave, 918-456-4210, call ahead if we want reservations. 

Tour downtown area

 

Sunday, March 29th 

Continue North to Miami and the start of Route 66.  This leg of the trip is 161 miles 

See the Vintage Iron Motorcycle Museum, 128 S. Main, 918-542-6170.  Call ahead for tour, Chris will let us in. 

Go to Afton, Ok for more Route 66 Stuff.  Continue on Route 66 to Claremore, Ok.

 

Accommodations: Lone Star Riders

Comfort Inn

1720 South Lynn Riggs Blvd  (Highway 66 & Country Club Drive)

Claremore, Ok 74017

918-343-3297

G. M. is Toni and she is giving us a rate of $70/night ($80.03 tax included).

 

Monday, March 30th

Things To Do Before Heading Home:

J.M. Davis Arms & Historical Museum, 918-341-5707, 330 North J.M. Davis Blvd.

Hours, Sunday, 1-5, M-S, 9-5.  Donations, $5.

               

Will Rodgers Memorial Museum, 918-341-0719, 1720 West Will Rogers Blvd.

Hours, 10-5, 7 days per week.  Admissions Sen. $5 Group $5, Adults $7.

 

At this point, those returning to Dallas, could head East on OK20 to US69, then head South for home.  Should take approx. 5-6 hours. 

 

Carrol, Rick and a couple of others have planned to continue West on Route 66 for another 2-3 days, all the way to Amarillo, TX and then head home to the Dallas area.