Find a Deep Fork Business

We are proud to list our members of the Deep Fork District of Oklahoma 66. Keep checking back! Our list is growing. Use this resource to help plan your visit to the DFD in our member towns and surrounding areas of Arcadia, Luther, Wellston, Warwick, Chandler, Davenport and Stroud.

Arcadia Round Barn

The Arcadia Round Barn is a landmark and tourist attraction on historic U.S. Route 66 in Arcadia, Oklahoma. It was built by local farmer William Harrison Odor in 1898 using native bur oak boards soaked while green and forced into the curves needed for the walls and roof rafters. The Round Barn is a place where local people and travelers on Route 66 from all over the world will encounter, explore and learn about the…

Farmstead Cafe at 116

On Main Street in Luther, you will love Farmstead Cafe at 116 for its charm and goodness. Featuring brunch on Saturdays, dinner dates on Thursday and Friday nights, plus daily specials for breakfast and lunch – this little gem of a restaurant will impress you. Event space and catering service are available. And did we mention their fabulous Made In Oklahoma products including locally roasted coffees, duck eggs, plus local novelties like mushrooms and honey!…

Great Plains Veterinary Services

Mixed animal practice in Arcadia, OK that provides high-quality, professional, and compassionate, at home, or on site veterinary care for your companion animals in Central Oklahoma. Find Great Plains Veterinary Services across the street from the famed Round Barn in Arcadia. Check out this review: “Dr Maples and Dr Heatly treat my babies like their own. The staff is always so friendly. I never feel like any question I ask is a dumb question. I…

Luther Register News

The Luther Register is the only online news publication in the Deep Fork District of OK66. Covering local news and promoting businesses along Route 66, find LRN to learn more about our communities. The Luther Register also is the producer of the Luther Pecan Festival, held each year the first Saturday after November 15.

Mossy’s Milk Soapery

Milkin’ goats and makin’ soaps. Mossy’s Milk Soapery is a veteran-woman owned business producing handcrafted soaps and bath products, including Route 66 featured soaps.¬†Find them on Wellston’s Main Street at the front of the American Legion Building. The boutique soapery, owned by Cory Markarian, is located on original, Historic Route 66 at 318 E 2nd Street, in downtown Wellston, Oklahoma. Business hours are: Tuesday 11:00 am – 2:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 2:00 pmSaturday 11:00…

Paper Street Flower Co

Along the lamp-lined Main Street in Wellston, you will find this medical marijuana dispensary that’s known for its excellent products and friendly service summed up nicely through this customer review. “I frequent this establishment often! the owners and staff are amazing people who truly care about their product and the clients! when I go there I feel like I should grab a chair and just hang out for a bit. Their friendly staff is always…

Scratch Rotator

You’ll find The Scratch Rotator at festivals, events and even neighborhoods where folks gather to enjoy good food. Scratch Rotator is a food trailer serving made from scratch fresh, local and seasonal menus. We strive to use 100% compostable and biodegradable packaging and can offer on location services or catering. Unique and custom menus can be created for you.

The Butcher BBQ Stand

After thirty years of running meat markets, and countless BBQ Grand championships including World titles we are bringing our award winning BBQ to you. Friday, Saturday, & Sunday 11am-Sold Out. 405-240-3437. 3402 W. Highway 66 Wellston, OK.

Town of Wellston

Wellston, OK sits in the heart of the Deep Fork District of OK66. It’s a friendly bedroom community located just east of OKC on historic Route 66. All are welcome in Wellston, come out and visit our town! It’s home to Butcher Barbecue, Mossy’s Milk Soapery, Bob Palmer’s Red Dirt Art Gallery and Paper Street Flower dispensary. Wellston is home to the Deep Fork River Festival, sponsored by the Wellston Chamber of Commerce, that kicked…