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Oklahoma's new 2019 state map explores a "Land of No Boundaries"

Friday, March 08, 2019

March 8, 2019
PR# 19-004

Cross boundaries to explore Oklahoma’s hidden treasures and ultimate destinations in the new, official 2019 state map now available to travelers. The bi-fold map highlights hidden treasures from eclectic architecture and streetscapes to local businesses, farms and agritourism. Destinations range from scenic to educational to recreational; Oklahoma is limitless in its offerings. This year’s map theme accompanies the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department’s Travel Guide “Land of No Boundaries.”

Diverse attractions such as Lake Altus-Lugert, Pawhuska’s Pioneer Woman Mercantile or the new street cars in downtown Oklahoma City are just a few examples of a variety of experiences available in this boundary-less state. A new, popular attraction is Tulsa’s Gathering Place Riverfront Park with its pelican slides from Adventure Playground featured on the map cover.

A highlight of the map is a message from newly elected Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, emphasizing Oklahoma as a leading industry competitor and a great place to expand a business, while still being a place for adventure travelers and families to explore.

“We’re extremely proud of this new state map efficiently created with our partners. The Land of No Boundaries is the perfect theme to describe the diversity of amazing places and spaces for visitors to enjoy across the state,” said Terri Angier, ODOT spokeswoman.

“Even more importantly, the official state map is not just for out-of-state visitors, but also a guide to help Oklahomans explore their beautiful state. Gracing the cover of this map is the world-renowned Gathering Place, already cited by USA Today as the #1 Best New Attraction in the country,” Angier said.

Traveler information such as a state parks facilities guide, helpful phone numbers and website addresses such as are included to assist drivers while traveling in our state. Also included are detailed maps of Oklahoma City, Tulsa, the state Capitol area, Lawton/Ft. Sill, Enid, Stillwater and Muskogee, a mileage chart and all turnpike routes.

Design and development of the state map is a continual process at ODOT with its partners, the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department and Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. Planning for this map began in mid-2018. This year, a total of 800,000 copies of the 2019-2020 state map are being printed in two cycles at an estimated total cost of $104,000.

Maps are free of charge at any of the Tourism Welcome Centers statewide, all ODOT division offices and the Tourism and Recreation Department warehouse and can be requested by visiting The map is also available for viewing on the ODOT website under Traffic & Travel > Traveler's Information.

The maps are available, free of charge, at the following locations:

Oklahoma Tourism Dept. Distribution Warehouse

317 N.E. 31st St., Suite B, Oklahoma City 1-800-652-6552

Tourism Welcome Centers

Arriving from North/northeast region:

I-35 from Kansas just south of the Okla./Kan. state line near Blackwell, 580-363-2624

Will Rogers Turnpike (I-44) exit 313 east of Miami, 918-542-9303

Tulsa area:

I-44 just east of Tulsa, exit 238 off 161st East Avenue, 918-384-5987       


Cherokee Turnpike (US-412) exit US-59 near Kansas, Okla. near Arkansas 918-422-8130

I-40 about 17 miles west Okla./Ark. border near Sallisaw, 918-775-9601


US-69/75 two miles north of the Okla./Texas line near Colbert, 580-296-2672

I-35 from Texas 4 miles north of Okla./Texas line near Thackerville, 580-276-9912


 I-40 just 9 miles east of Texas/Okla. line near Erick, 580-526-3283

 Oklahoma City metro:

In Oklahoma City on I-35 and 122nd, exit 137, 405-478-4637

In Midwest City on I-40 at S.E. 29th St., exit 157B, 405-739-8232

In the State Capitol at NE 23rd and Lincoln Blvd., 405-521-3356

Dept. of Transportation office locations:

ODOT Headquarters, 200 N.E. 21st St., Oklahoma City, 405-522-8000

Division 1, Muskogee, 2800 S. 32nd, 918-687-5407

Division 2, Antlers, east side of US-271, 2 miles south of Antlers, 580-298-3371

Division 3, Ada, 3 miles northwest of Ada on SH-3W, 580-332-1526

Division 4, Perry, US-77, 1/4-mile east of I-35, (2609 W US-77) 580-336-7340

Division 5, Clinton, 1.25 miles south of I-40/US-183 junction south of Clinton, 580-323-1431

Division 6, Buffalo, US-64 just west of Buffalo, 580-735-2561

Division 7, Duncan, 2205 S. US-81 Bypass, 580-255-7586

Division 8, Tulsa, 4002 N. Mingo Valley Expressway, 918-838-9933

Last Modified on Oct 23, 2020
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