Tucked away next to the town of Grove in the northeastern corner of Oklahoma, this area offers a wide range of attractions to both the serious and recreational cyclist. One can ride along some of the most scenic roads in Oklahoma or visit Har-Ber Village, the world’s largest free antique museum. Take a ride on the Cherokee Queen or a paddle-wheel boat on Grand Lake or kick up your heels at a live show at the Kountry Kuzins’ Theater. The 45 mile route northward on scenic SH 10 to Wyandotte, then back by way of Fairland, passes state parks, craft shops, interesting photo opportunities and roadside stores. The route has gentle rolling hills, but many places to stop and rest. Recreational cyclists will find it a somewhat challenging but enjoyable experience.