Tulsa has changed so much you really won't recognize it woodland hills area is blowing up high school f-ball has changed sides of the state 6a state champions are now either Jenks or Union several casinos in the area now just a lot of changes in general!
JeepFan07 on JF. Tulsa is one of the easiest city's to navigate.
I know it sure was in the 80's when I was there, my roommate & I would ride around and try and get lost and couldn't! We're from OLD cities that roads start & stop for no reason & were originally built 200 yrs ago. I'm gonna shoot for a visit next spring. Only 1210 mile ride!
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Tulsa is really a nice big city. They have a bit of everything food-wise, the people are friendly, and they keep the city clean. Of course the traffic can drive you insane a few times a day, but that's like all big cities. I've lived there a couple of times, once nearer to downtown Tulsa, just over on the west side of the Arkansas River, and the other time very close to the mall off of 71st and South Memorial Drive. Very different experiences! When I lived nearer to downtown, my commute to work wasn't very long, and there is a nice paved trail for a good portion on both sides of the Arkansas River. Watch out for Canada goose poop, but it really is nice. The only drawback was it was rather close to federal housing... A little less than desirable! The second time I lived there, there was way more traffic, but it was more in the middle of all the new stuff. It was conveniently close to a HUGE mall, and Jenks wasn't far away. That's a cute town with their antique shops. All in all, a good experience both times!
I just got back from being in Tulsa/Sapulpa for a week for work. Our home office is in Sapulpa on Taft & Main (the old church). They put me up in the new Hampton Inn at 71st & 75 near the new shopping district. Pretty decent spot and I like that Smashburger place.