The Jefferson Highway Association is a non-profit organization that aims to preserve, promote and enhance the historic Jefferson Highway auto trail, which runs from New Orleans, Louisiana, to Winnipeg, Canada. The route was established in 1915 and was named in honor of President Thomas Jefferson over his achievement of the Louisiana Purchase. This website shows the route of this historic highway through Oklahoma. The website's goal is to inform and establish the highway as a heritage tourism route through Oklahoma.
The Jefferson Highway in Oklahoma website explores cities, communities and attractions for travelers as they travel on the route in the state. Enjoy the inviting photos, guides and videos intended to help potential visitors understand what they may be able to see on the highway. If you enjoy road trips, nostalgia and history, you will want to explore the Oklahoma section of the Jefferson Highway. If you are looking for attractions and adventure on the route, you have come to the right place. Enjoy your journey on the Jefferson Highway, and we hope you find some useful resources on our site.
Click on the video below to see the towns that you can visit when driving the Jefferson Highway in Oklahoma.