Located in both Creek and Tulsa counties, Sapulpa is home to more than 20,000 people. Visit the city on a charter bus in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.
A charter bus in Sapulpa, Oklahoma can take you around Oklahoma's Most Connected City and see the following sites:
Head out to the Sapulpa Historical Museum, housed inside an old hotel and YWCA built in the 1910s. Learn more about the city's history through exhibits that include photos of the city spanning 100 years, a mercantile store from the 1890s, photo histories focused on Native Americans and African Americans, a 1900s kitchen, the Euchee Mission Boarding School, dioramas from Frisco Railroad, a livery stable, and the 1920s Sapulpa town site.
Visit the Sapulpa Fire Museum where you can get to know the city's fire department in its century-long existence. Exhibits here include a 1930s Ford fire truck, a 1940s American La France truck, horse-drawn carriages, ladder trucks and other fire-fighting equipment. Then check out the Waite Phillips Filling Station Museum, which is located in a building that was recently restored by the Sapulpa Historical Society. The museum houses 1920s automobiles.
Visit the Peppermint Dragon, where most locals get their fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables. You can also enjoy strolling down the garden while watching the fruits and vegetables. You can also pick your own blackberries. Or you can shop at the Dewey Street Market and get the best vintage items from at least five dozen vendors all in one place.
There are two golf courses in the city that you can check out: Sapulpa Municipal Golf Course and Clary Fields Golf Club.
The Bridge No. 18 at Rock Creek was built in the 1920s and is on the Ozark Trail. The bridge used to be part of the historic Route 66 until the 1950s. You can also visit the John Frank House, which was built in the 1950s and has an organic architecture designed by Bruce Goff. The house was designed to match the owner's love for pottery and features glazed ceramic tiles all throughout the structure. Then check out the West Sapulpa Route 66 Roadbed, which represents the part of the historic route that passed through the city. All three are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Other nationally registered sites in Sapulpa include the Berryhill Building, the Creek County Courthouse, the McClung House, and the Sapulpa Downtown Historic District.
Go to the Meadow Blackberry Farm where you can get the freshest blackberries, raspberries and other types of berries in the entire state. You can pick your own berries if you visit in June or July. Or head out to Pretty Water Lake, with 18 surface acres that gives you a lot of opportunities for fishing, hiking, boating, picnicking, and other outdoor recreation.
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