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Oklahoma United States #266 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
0.0
0.0
591 ft.
Junction of Oklahoma US highway 64.
Terminus of Oklahoma highway guide in the north end of the community of Warner, Oklahoma at 13th Street

0.4
0.6
571 ft.
Warner, Oklahoma
Community of Warner, Oklahoma in Muskogee County. Home of Connors State Agricultural College.
1.6
2.5
594 ft.
Junction of Oklahoma Interstate 40.
East to Vian, Oklahoma. West to Checotah, Oklahoma.
2.7
4.3
548 ft.
Junction of Oklahoma route #2
South to Porum, Oklahoma.
15.7
25.3
650 ft.
Checotah, Oklahoma
Community of Checotah, Oklahoma. Named after Creek Nation Chief Samuel Checote. Antique malls, a Civil War battle site and a downtown historic district. Duvall Steer Wrestling Championship (mid-May).
16.6
26.7
643 ft.
Junction of Oklahoma highway US69.
North five miles to Rentiesville, Oklahoma. South 10 miles to Lake Eufula State Park.
23.2
37.3
620 ft.
Junction #72
Junction Oklahoma state highway #72 North to Council Hill, Oklahoma.
23.6
38.0
600 ft.
Lake Eufaula
Arm of Lake Eufaula to South.
24.7
39.8
584 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over arm of Lake Eufaula.
25.3
40.7
633 ft.
Gentry Creek Public Use Area.
South a 1/4 mile to the Gentry Creek Public Use Area.
29.8
47.9
653 ft.
Hitchita, Oklahoma
Community of Hitchita, Oklahoma just North of the highway. No services.
34.8
56.0
646 ft.
Hoffman, Oklahoma
South a mile to the community of Hoffman, Oklahoma. No services.
35.8
57.6
650 ft.
Junction of Oklahoma state highway 52
North to Morris, Oklahoma.
36.5
58.8
669 ft.
Grayson, Oklahoma
Community of Grayson, Oklahoma. No services.
38.3
61.6
591 ft.
Bridge
Bridge over an Oklahoma river.
42.0
67.6
669 ft.
Dewar, Oklahoma
Community of Dewar, Oklahoma. No services.
43.1
69.4
686 ft.
Junction of Oklahoma highway US 62 and US 75.
Terminus of Oklahoma highway guide. At the North end of Henryetta, Oklahoma. "The Rodeo Cowboy Capital of the World". Attractions: Henryetta Territorial Museum (Joseph W. Hardin photography collection, Jim Shoulders' 1955 championship saddle, rodeo memorabilia, historical artifacts, Open Wednesday - Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.)