Located on the legendary and historic Route 66, Sayre is so much more than just a pit-stop. The downtown core features nostalgic buildings from the early 1900s. And if you spend the night, you’ll also get the chance to view one of the magnificent sunsets Oklahoma has to offer.
The movie buffs will really enjoy a trip down East Main Street. The Beckham County Courthouse had a brief moment of fame when it appeared in the classic film, “The Grapes of Wrath.” This beautiful building, built in 1911, features a blend of neo-classical and second Renaissance revival architectural style.
If you want to see even more architectural delights, Sayre City Park features a red-stone pool house, a 1940 erection built in pueblo style, and a sturdy wall constructed using the same stone.
If spending time in nature is your favourite part of exploring new towns and cities, the Sandy Sanders Wildlife Management Area is home to more than 25,000 acres of pristine flat land. Here you’ll find mesquite, redberry juniper and mixed grasses in abundance while three creeks flow across the vast prairie.
And if you’re looking for a bit of a stretch and some healthy competition, the Saryce City Golf course features nine holes on irrigated Bermuda fairways and bentgrass greens.
Book a jet with Stratos and soar into the jet charter airport in Sayre to experience the Sooner State in all its historic glory.