From downtown Edmond, take 2nd Street east (Route 66) a couple of miles.
You'll need a car. There is no bus service.
Arcadia gives its name to Lake Arcadia. This artificial lake, which is popular for fishing, boating, and picnicking, is in the city of Edmond.
- HillBillee’s BBQ, 206 E Hwy 66, ☏ .
- 1 Pops, 660 W Highway 66 (from I-35: Exit 2nd Street Edmond (Exit 141) and you’re on Route 66, then go 5 miles east.), ☏ , ✉ firstname.lastname@example.org. 6AM–10PM (store). See the 66-foot-tall soda pop bottle and stop in the gas station, restaurant, gift shop. They sell 700 different kinds of ice-cold sodas and beverages, and they'll turn any bottle into an ice cream float in the restaurant. Lunch and dinner is served every day (10:30AM–9PM; $10–15), and breakfast on the weekends (7AM–10:30AM; $8–12).
Pops offers over 700 different sodas (see above).
There are no hotels in Arcadia.
|Routes through Arcadia|
|Oklahoma City ← Edmond ←||W E||→ Chandler → Tulsa|