TALK ABOUT BUZZ-WORTHY! POPS HAS IT ALL:

  • The 66-foot soda bottle. A towering steel sculpture lit with Times Square-quality LED luminosity.
  • The legendary Route 66. Oklahoma has the biggest stretch of it, a notably rewarding, vibrant and iconic stretch. Arcadia has always been one of the great road’s highlights. Now, it’s more so.
  • A landmark building designed by nationally known architect Rand Elliott, FAIA. Its one-of-a-kind ultramodern design alone makes POPS a not-to-be-missed experience.
  • POPS gas station with futuristic fuel pumps and a colossal canopy that creates an “outdoor room.” (Also protection from sun, rain, etc.)
  • 600+ kinds of soda. POPS’ ice-cold collection is unmatched anywhere – including POPS’ own Round Barn Root Beer™, available ONLY in Arcadia, America!
  • POPS restaurant serving breakfast (weekends only), lunch, dinner, desserts and everything in between! The best burgers, fries and breakfasts anywhere.
  • POPS Shake Shop with 10 POPS flavors made with hand-dipped Blue Bell ice cream.
  • POPS Gift Shop with the MOST unique, fun, supercool merchandise around.
  • POPSMart. A convenient stop for all the essentials. Staples for the lake and the road trip of life.
    PLUS…
    • POPS’ 24/7 presence on OklaTravelNet As a founding sponsor, POPS’ will gather a growing global fan base.The world’s first online travel channel will always be on top of POPS.

POPS Exterior
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Ultra-Modern Gas Pumps

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Windows lined floor to ceiling with thousands of bottles

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POPS Patio
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POPS Merchandise
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Bottle - Daytime
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Michael Wallis
Author and Route 66 Authority
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Rand Elliott
FAIA, Architect for POPS and other landmarks
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Hardy Watkins
Director, Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department
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Marilyn Murrell
“POPS is the next generation of Route 66 destinations, and it’s here in Arcadia.”

“POPS almost defies description.”

“It’s a magnificent attraction and experience that’s come to Arcadia.”

 

Rand Elliott
“When you approach and it’s dusk and you think, ‘what’s that on the horizon?’  Get a little closer and realize it’s a 66-foot-tall pop bottle, hence the name POPS.”


“Below (the bottle) is a fabulous red sandstone wall emerging out of the farmland and surrounded by 25 or 30 thousand trees, and there will be 66 redbuds.”“You’ll enjoy a malt, great burger, buy some ice or fresh produce from farmers nearby and gain a wonderful sense of Route 66 history.

 

Michael Wallis
“POPS is an instant icon on Route 66, just like its old pal down the road, the great old Round Barn was when it was built in 1898.  Now it’s both the old and the new -- a powerful one-two punch for the whole road.”

“This is Oklahoma’s Centennial year.  What a great way to celebrate the Mother Road’s past, present, and future in the Sooner State, than with the brand new, unprecedented POPS.”