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  • Michael Wallace
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    Arcadia, OK
    The Arcadia Round Barn is a landmark and tourist attraction on historic U.S. Route 66 in Arcadia, Oklahoma. It was built in 1898 by a local farmer, William Harrison Odor. He used native bur oak boards soaked while green and forced into the curved shape needed for the walls and roof rafters. The idea in building a round barn was a curved surface would catch less wind, compared to a flat surface, and indeed the barn has stood the test of time. A second level was incorporated for use as a community gathering place for dances and other social activities. The dome created great acoustics for music.

    In the 1920's the newly commissioned Route 66 was aligned through the town, passing beside the Round Barn. In June 1924, a fire in Arcadia destroyed most of the business district, but left the barn intact. In 1987 Edmond incorporated the town of Arcadia. The Round Barn is a beautiful landmark on Route 66 and a vivid part of our local history.
  • Richelle Byrne
    RE/MAX At Home
    If you haven't been to the Chicken Shack in Arcadia which is their new location off Route 66 I highly suggest adding it to your list! Date night, special events, meet your friends, and bring the kids! They have live music most nights, tons of seating inside and out, a playground for the kids, and you can't beat their chicken and margaritas. I love seeing my town grow and this is a stop worth taking!
  • Jennifer Fields
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    Arcadia, OK
    Located on the historic Route 66, Pops is a must-stop and see! Pops 66 Soda Ranch is a gas station, restaurant, convenience store, gift shop, and iconic destination. It is most famous for its 66-foot tall soda bottle that is lit up by multicolored LED lights in the evenings. Inside you will find a restaurant slinging burgers, fries, and shakes as well as a huge assortment of bottled soda that lines the walls and fridges. The soda collection offers all kinds of flavors to please any customer at any age.
  • Tom Compise
    RE/MAX At Home
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    Arcadia, OK
    If you've never been to Pops on Route 66 in Arcadia, you really need to make the beautiful trip out there. It is located about 10 short minutes from l-35. Take I-35 and take the 2nd Street exit. Head east a few short miles past Arcadia Lake and you can't miss the giant lighted Pop Bottle. This is a very unique place to take the family. The wall of soda is endless and you can mix and match a six-pack (or more) to take home! They also have every kind of old-fashioned candy that you can think of. On a nice day, head out to Pops, order a burger, fries, and a shake, and sit outside while the kids play in the grass. Don't forget to take a trip at night too so you can see the gigantic lit-up soda bottle out front. It's a very cool place to eat!
  • Arcadia is the area surrounding Lake Arcadia, including the town of Arcadia, just east of Edmond and Oklahoma City. Lake Arcadia is east of I-35, between Route 66 and I-44. I live in and am very familiar with the area.

    The area boasts many attractions, including the Round Barn, Pops on Historic Route 66 with its famous giant neon pop bottle, Lake Arcadia, and abundant beautiful landscapes. If you're thinking you would like to get away from the city and still have all the conveniences of city living, Arcadia might just be the place for you. All the amenities of the city are close by and residents still enjoy a rural atmosphere.

    If you enjoy wildlife, Arcadia has plenty to offer. Residents report frequent sightings of deer, coyotes, turkeys, hawks, birds of all kinds, bobcats, and more. Lake Arcadia even hosts an annual Eagle Watch. The lake offers fishing, swimming, boating and skiing, pedestrian and equestrian trails, hunting and more.

    There are homes in the Arcadia area for almost any budget: prices start in the $200k's, median prices are in the $300k's, and there are luxury properties priced at $1M and up. Many homes have large lots or acreages. Thinking of building? Again, there's something for almost any budget. Acreages range in price from $5,000 per acre to $125,000 per acre and range in size from .25 acre to 80 acre tracts, in subdivided neighborhoods or unplatted properties. Of course, there are waterfront properties available, too. The area offers easy access to I-35 and all the shopping, dining, health, and other services available in Edmond and Oklahoma City. So check out Arcadia. It's worth a look!
  • Jennifer Fields
    RE/MAX At Home
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    Arcadia, OK
    Do you love the outdoors? Do you love watching the sunset? Do you love peacefulness of fishing or kayaking with the family or by your lonesome? Lake Arcadia is located just east of I-35 between 15th and 2nd Street. If you are looking for outdoor adventures, Lake Arcadia is the place to be.

    The City of Edmond Parks and Recreations Departments manages its parks and campgrounds and is also partnered with the University of Central Oklahoma. If you are needing outdoor equipment to jump start your adventures, kayaks, mountain bikes, Frisbee's and canoes are just a few things offered.
  • Enjoyed the beautiful new trail at Lake Arcadia. You can access this trail through the 15th Street entrance of Lake Arcadia. The trail is for walkers, runners and bikers. It is at least 3.1 miles currently and when completed will be approximately 18 miles. Unplug and take the family out to enjoy the outdoors in this serene environment. You won't regret it!
  • Arcadia offers a lifestyle that is close to shopping, entertainment, employment and social activities, yet far enough away to perpetuate the rural, small community lifestyle that is so desirable by many. Arcadia has a wide variety of homes, lake homes, homes on acreages and luxury, to million dollar homes.
  • Jane O'Toole
    RE/MAX Preferred
    This area on the outskirts of Oklahoma City and Edmond provides some of the most beautiful land in central Oklahoma. The area includes east Edmond, Arcadia and Luther. Whether you want a home in a community or an acreage, this is a wonderful and scenic location. The history of living off of Historic Route 66 is a plus in itself. Explore the area and enjoy Pop's for food, and take a walk through the Historic Red Barn in Arcadia, and of course do not forget Lake Arcadia for family fun!

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