New Oklahoma Route 66 Passport, guide available from Oklahoma Tourism

The Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department has released new Oklahoma Route 66 Passport that’s aimed to help Route 66 travelers find new destinations to explore and earn great prizes along the way.

According to a news release from the agency:

The Route 66 Passport, which is available free at, features 66 of the state’s memorable Mother Road attractions. It includes iconic stops like Catoosa’s Blue Whale, the Stroud’s Rock Cafe and Clinton’s Oklahoma Route 66 Museum along with many newer favorites.
At each location, staff members will stamp the corresponding page in visitors’ passports. Some stops are even offering exclusive deals for travelers who show their passport.
The book is divided into Eastern, Central and Western sections. Once a traveler has all the stops completed for a section, they can take the passport to one of the five Oklahoma Tourism Information Centers run by the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department. A staff member there will sign the completion page for that region and provide a prize — a portion of a fun Oklahoma Route 66 magnet.
Once all three passport sections are completed, travelers can bring the book back to the Tourism Information Center, where a staffer will verify that it’s complete, stamp the book and provide the last piece of the magnet along with a free collectible Route 66 coin.

The tourism department also encourages travelers to call ahead before visiting passport stops because some businesses have temporarily closed or altered hours during the COVID-19 pandemic. If a stop is closed, the business will try to have the stamp available at an alternate location, and that information will be posted on

If a stop is closed, travelers can also take a selfie of themselves at the business and show it to Tourism Information Center staffers, who can then stamp the corresponding page.

The department also has a new Oklahoma Route 66 Guide available that features even more Mother Road attractions. The 56-page guide includes Route 66 stops along with can’t-miss events and side trips for those who want to explore the area of Oklahoma surrounding the highway.

The new passport and guide are available at along with other Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department publications.

(Image courtesy of Oklahoma Tourism)

One thought on “New Oklahoma Route 66 Passport, guide available from Oklahoma Tourism

  1. Hello Iam looking for a brochure and a Oklahoma Route 66 passport but Iam in Canada can you recommend some one or place we’re I can order one I will pay for items and shipping thank you

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