Historic Route 66 – St. Robert to Gascozark – Missouri

Drive America’s Highways for 21 miles west along the historic mother road from St. Robert to Gascozark in Missouri.

We start the video turning west onto Route 66 (MO-Z) from the Uranus Fudge Factory just east of St. Robert, Missouri. Continuing into St. Robert on the mother road, now MO-17, we cross Interstate 44 at interchange 159 before entering Waynesville, where we turn west onto Missouri Highway 17, formerly Route 66.

Driving southwest on MO-17, we soon parallel I-44 for about a mile before crossing the interstate again at Buckhorn. Driving southwest, we soon reach the community of Laquey where we continue west on Rt. 66 (MO-AB) as MO-17 turns south. After a few miles of westerly travel, we turn northwest to head back towards I-44, where we end the video turning back onto the interstate at Gascozark, exit 145.

Note:  This is an update of previous content.


  1. Thomas Geipel

    More of route66 please?? greats from germany

    • Thomas Geipel

      Interstate 411 oh that will be great to see for us. We planned our trip on Route 66 an we will start in Chicago end of May 2020!

    • Interstate 411

      I’m sure you will have a blast! If you want/need any pointers, let me know. Also, if you have extra time and want to take a slight detour, I’m one state away from the mother road in Arkansas. I’ve done it 2x now and am planning my 3rd for Sept/Oct 2020 via motorbike.

      PS: Check your messenger, I sent you a PM.


  2. Mário Botelho

    Nice ride with good music!

  3. Mário Botelho

    Nice ride with good music!

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    • Interstate 411

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