Why Visit Shawnee?

Shawnee is located at the geographical center of Interstate 40, just 30 minutes east of OKC. A unique multicultural gem, in Shawnee the old-west rural and modern urban mingle happily! 

Home to four Native American tribes with a rich pre-statehood history, our city of just over 30,000 boasts of world-class museums, a bustling historic downtown district, recreational lakes, and more. 

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Transportation

Ride

Mom's Transit Service

(405) 673-5312

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You Buy, We Fly Transit

(405) 432-2934

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OR: Your favorite Uber or Lyft driver

Rent

Enterprise Rent-A-Car

at Shawnee Regional Airport

(405) 273-1422

Fly in

Shawnee Regional Airport

ShawneeAirport.com

 

Will Rogers World Airport

Oklahoma City, OK

(45 miles west of Shawnee)

(405) 316-3200

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Find a Hotel

 
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Welcome Center

Call or visit the Welcome Center to get the most out of your Shawnee, OK adventure!

 

With on-site experts on all things Shawnee as well as a library of Shawnee specific and statewide travel guides, we can help you find exactly what you're looking for. 

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Visitor's Guide

Use the left & right arrows to peruse the digital guide, or use the buttons below to download your own or request a copy be mailed to you. 

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Newsletter

Get up-to-date info on the upcoming events and special deals across the Shawnee area weekly to your email inbox! 

Click subscribe to sign up, or choose a recent newsletter to help you plan your upcoming trip: 

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Itineraries Coming Soon!

Ready-to-play 1, 2, & 3 day itineraries in the Shawnee area, whether you're here for family friendly visits, historical site tours, or outdoor adventures; downloadable itineraries coming Winter 2021. 

Severe Weather

Located in "Tornado Alley", Oklahoma has a reputation for severe weather, but instances of severely damaging storms are rare!

 

Tornadoes are the most likely to form during the months of March through May, and sometimes in November. However, while the odds of a tornado forming during most of the year are negligible, it is important to be weather-aware. 

If you're concerned about traveling during these times of year, check out our weather tips! 

Tornado Season