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To Plan A Trip

June 2024
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Both the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce (405-282-1947) and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department (800-652-6552) offer information on local attractions and accommodations. Guthrie has several fine bed and breakfasts, and at least one organizes “mystery weekends” with a historical flavor. Every April the town marks its founding with an eighty-niner celebration. This year the Cherokee Outlet, thirty miles north, celebrates the centennial of the largest rush.

The Guthrie trolley runs hourly on weekends. Visitors may also rent bicycles from Guthrie Bicycles for a tour around town that is manageable in about two hours.

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