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Have seen several "world's largest" and this has been my favorite. It is quirky and one of a kind... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2018
LLR377
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Buffalo, Missouri
Such a fun, artistic stop!

We visited on our Route 66 road trip. Such a fun stop! How amazing that one guy did all of this... read more

Reviewed 14 January 2018
Emily K
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Dallas, Texas
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“gift shop”(19 reviews)
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It's a small and peaceful park in Foyil with more concrete art than just the totem pole, though that alone is impressive enough to visit. There are no fees, and is free for all to visit.
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Hwy 28A, four miles east of Hwy 66, Foyil, OK
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+1 918-342-9149
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Reviewed 9 August 2018

This stop is a few minutes off the interstate but perfect to stretch legs and let kids run for a few minutes. Park is small but well maintained. Grass was nicely mowed. Various totem poles all looked in good shape. Kids had fun running around...More

Thank michellehouse
Reviewed 9 July 2018

With the slightest of detours from Route 66, you can visit this whimsical wonderland created by Ed Galloway, an artistic genius. Bring a picnic lunch and dine among the giants at a picnic table designed to look like a mushroom with toadstools for chairs!

Thank AdventurerJim
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

My family and I brought my Mom for a picnic here for Mother’s Day. The park itself was clean and mowed. We had a very enjoyable time. They have covered picnic tables. The statues themselves are fun to look at. We enjoyed our time spent...More

Thank Raylene B
Reviewed 1 July 2018

Have seen several "world's largest" and this has been my favorite. It is quirky and one of a kind. It can be toured in less than 15 minutes but was worth our time to check it off the list. Located off the main road through...More

Thank LLR377
Reviewed 24 June 2018

We called here on our Route 66 roadtrip. It's kitch, it's free and it's a good photo opportunity but other than that...

Thank DorMart
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

We did a route 66 drive and detoured only a few minutes to see this. A family of four ranging from 8 to adult unanimously agreed its not worth the extra 15 minutes. Since its marked as a historical landmark we thought it would be...More

1  Thank Amy W
Reviewed 28 March 2018 via mobile

This attraction is quite a way off Route 66. The info guides quote 4 miles, but it seemed to take much longer to get there! We visited on Dec 30 and the gift shop and restrooms were locked shut. In fact, nobody else was around...More

1  Thank 4_Aussies_in_Texas
Reviewed 14 January 2018

We visited on our Route 66 road trip. Such a fun stop! How amazing that one guy did all of this. So artistry and craftsmanship. It is obvious that more care is needed to preserve these great pieces of art! A must stop, especially since...More

Thank Emily K
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

Totem pole park is a small park with some interesting structures; one being the largest totem pole... although it is much different than any totem pole I had ever seen. I consider it more a novelty and a bit of a roadside attraction. It was...More

Thank Thomas M
Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Very unusual. Intriguing architecture. Unique totem construction and history. Violin museum on property but hard to find open. Easy excess off of get. 66.

Thank Cindi Taylor L
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