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The Guthrie, OK Area

Guthrie is located in Logan County, about 33 miles north of downtown Oklahoma City.  It started out in 1887 as the Southern Kansas Railway railroad station; bordering Kansas and Oklahoma.  Eventually it was named Guthrie and developed into a town.  In 1889, a post office was established.  That same year the Land Run of 1889; also known as the “Hoss Race”, would take place in which 10,000 people would settle the land in 6 hours.  The rapid growth and modern setup which included a local water supply, electricity, mass transportation, and underground horse and carriage parking garages made Guthrie an appealing city.

Hobart Johnstone Whitley, a pioneer who’s loan and trust company was the first brick block building in the area, would become the first governor and persuade the United States congress to designate Guthrie as the capital of Oklahoma in 1907.  Oklahoma City would economically overshadow Guthrie in the 1900’s with its railroad systems and meat packing industry and by 1910 Guthrie was out and Oklahoma City was voted in as the new capital.  This began the downward growth of Guthrie; falling behind Muskogee and eventually Tulsa.

Today, Guthrie is designated a National Historical Landmark due to the preservation of its 19th and 20th Victorian style architecture in the central business and residential district which has made tourism a significant economic factor of the town.

Hotel Amenities & Services

Travelers along I-35 should plan on making La Quinta Inn & Suites Guthrie their stopping point where they can rest up on comfortable pillowtop beds.  40” televisions with premium programming provide vivid picture and keep you entertained for hours.  Stay on the grid with free wireless high-speed Internet access.  Need to communicate with your local contacts?  Save your mobile phone battery power and use the phone to make free local calls.

No need to dine out for breakfast, save your money and fill your tummy with delicious food items from the Free Bright Side Breakfast bar.  There you can enjoy piping hot waffles strait off the iron, an assortment of hot and cold cereals, tasty bread and muffins, healthy fresh fruits, sweet pastries, and filling bagels.  Wash it all down with coffee, milk, or juice.

If you need to utilize a desktop computer or print or fax documents the business center is a great convenience.  Utilize the fitness center to keep up your routine.  Its always a great day for a swim with the indoor swimming pool.  If you get a craving, pick up some snacks from the Bright Side Market. 

Local Guthrie Attractions

With its historical essence, there’s much to see in Guthrie including the First Capital Trolley, Oklahoma Territorial Museum Library, Western Heritage and National Cowboy Hall of Fame, Oklahoma Frontier Drug Store Museum, and the Oklahoma Sports Museum.

Sports fans can plan a day of excitement at the Boon Pickens Stadium and there’s much fun to be had at the Remington Park Race Track, Frontier City Amusement Park, and Lazy E. Arena.  Golf lovers should plan to play a few holes at the 18-hole Cedar Valley Golf Course.

There are several universities in the area.  Friends and family of students and other visitors to Langston University, the University of Central Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and Oklahoma University-Norman can get a great lodging location near.  Visitors to OU Medical Center Edmond, Summit Medical Center, Stillwater Medical Center may also find La Quinta Inn & Suites Guthrie a suitable location within driving distance from their destination.

There are dining options within walking distance of the hotel including Pizza Hut and Braum’s Ice Cream.  Within 3 miles of the hotel guests can grab a bite to eat at Roma’s Italian, Boomarang Diner, Gage’s Steak House, Fuente Grande, Billy Sim’s BBQ, China Garden, Legends Food & Sports, and Bone Yard Grill.

Shopping is available nearby at the Downtown Merchants of Historic Guthrie.  Entertainment near the hotel includes the Pollard Theatre and the Scottish Rite Masonic Temple both under 3 miles.  Drive-in theatres are rare these days, and a short 4 mile drive will get you to the Beacon Drive-In Theatre where you can enjoy a movie under the starts with the entire family or make it a date night for just the adults. Choose the La Quinta Inn & Suites Guthrie for a comfy stay near all these attractions.