Interstate 44 – Tulsa to Missouri – Oklahoma

Drive America’s Highways for 88 miles east along Interstate 44 from Tulsa to Missouri.

We start the video entering Interstate 44 (Will Rogers Turnpike) from the U.S. Highway 412 interchange in northeast Tulsa. Driving north to Catoosa, we soon turn northeast to cross the Verdigris River before entering Claremore.

At Claremore, we continue our northeast drive crossing OK-20 and OK-28 before reaching the interchange with U.S. Highway 69 and the Will Rogers Turnpike Toll Plaza. Passing through the Toll Plaza, we make a brief stop at the Vinita Service Area where we show you the traffic flow through the classic Route 66 Service Area before returning to Interstate 44 at the north end of the service area.

Passing Vinita, we continue northeast to cross the U.S. Highway 59 interchange where we turn generally north towards Miami (OK). At Miami we return to our northeasterly route as we make our way to the northeast corner of Oklahoma and the Missouri State Line, where we end the video.

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1 Comment

  1. Milton Callan

    Thank you. One of my favorite clips yet! The Vinita Service Plaza has some really sweet memories for me. When my kids were little (they are all adults now) we had a tradition of playing Elvis' American Trilogy as we arrived in the service plaza's McDonald's parking lot. I played the song for them the first time I stopped there with them for a theatrical effect and ever since then, it became a tradition. I private messaged you a video of my Daughter playing it for me on our trip for her to move to NYC. Great memories!


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