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Road Trippin - Yukon/El Reno

Yukon/El Reno

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Truelove's Longhorn Burgers
Archery Traditions of Oklahoma
Derailleur/The Paint Mill
One Faith Boutique
Green Chile Kitchen
Historic Fort Reno

Join Malcolm Tubbs as he goes Road Trippin in Yukon/El Reno. Discover the FUN things to do, good places to EAT, local EVENTS to attend and so much more.


EAT: Truelove's Longhorn Burgers - With our unique blend of custom ground, locally-sourced longhorn beef, our original steak burgers are sure to please! Fresh produce delivered daily- we appeal to the health-conscious meat eaters! Family friendly atmosphere with a kid menu and play area!! Website I Directions

FUN: Archery Traditions of Oklahoma - We are a family owned and operated business with a mission to promote archery and provide people of all ages and backgrounds the chance to enjoy the sport! Come check out our 10,000 square foot facility and visit our Pro Shop for all your archery needs!! Unique 3D Range with over 20 Targets, All Levels of experience welcome, and Big event coming up in September! Website I Directions

EAT/FUN: Derailleur Coffee Shop -Bar-Restaurant/The Paint Mill - Open for breakfast and dinner. Live music on the patio, fresh menu and select wines available. "The Paint Mill" fun place to paint and enjoy some wine. Facebook I Directions

SHOP: One Faith Boutique - Women's clothing boutique - sizes 1-22. Offering a variety of sizes, styles and prices on women's fashion. Website I Directions

EAT: Green Chile Kitchen - On Route 66, serves New Mexican inspired food, focusing on the distinctive flavors & traditions of this unique region. Dedicated to creating delicious and affordable dishes from scratch! Live music and gluten free menu items. Website I Directions

FUN/MUSEUM: Historic Fort Reno -Today Fort Reno is managed by the Historic Fort Reno, Inc., is a non profit organization which is dedicated to preservation and use of the historical and cultural resources of Fort Reno. We have Ghost Tours through October, and educational reenactments year round. Website I Facebook I Directions

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