- Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway
Nestled in the Southwest part of Oklahoma is a 93 mile network of beautiful roads known as the "Wichita Mountains Scenic Byway". The heart of this region is the "Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge", one of the oldest in the nation, chosen by Presitent Theodore Roosevelt as part of the first ...
- Thunder Road
Ok, so Thunder Road isn't going to wind up on anyone's list of the best roads in America, but it is right in our back yard and might be just the ticket when you just need to get out of the house for a quick jaunt and lean through a ...
- Talimena National Scenic Byway
One of the first National forest Scenic Byways, the Talimena Scenic Drive, is located in the western part of the Ouachita Mountains. The drive, designated in February 1989, is between the city limits of Mena, Arkansas and a point of US highway 271 just north of Talihina, Oklahoma.
- Pig Trail
Have you noticed many Prairiethunder Members wearing a yellow diamond highway sign patch on their vest? Chances are, it is from the "Pig Trail", a section of Arkansas highway 23 between Eureka Springs and I-40. This section of road features some steep hills , tight switchbacks, and some ...
- Northern Flint Hills
Northeast of Wichita, the Flint Hills region of Kansas features some of the most expansive tracts of undisturbed prairie left in the entire United States. Riding through these hills, its pretty easy to imagine yourself surrounded by natives and buffalo
- Gypsum Hills
Southwest of Wichita, the Gypsum hills offer an unexpected change from the typically flat Kansas landscape. The gypsum hills stretch across the Kansas Oklahoma border and are characterized by dramatic flat topped mesas capped by a layer of relatively hard Gypsum while the surrounding soft red Oklahoma clay has ...