Americas Best Value Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn Checotah
Travel Blogs from Checotah
Sunday, Oct. 27th. We had a wonderful drive through the Arkansas Mt's along route 270 in the western part of the state. Lots of autumn colors, beautiful mountain scenery, good road. Just the time we crossed over into Oklahoma things changed a bit! The road was in poor shape and there wasn't the attention to a litter free state that we had experienced in Arkansas.
We drove to Arrowhead ...
... apples and I made instant friends for life.
Cliff wasn’t in a huge hurry to head out today, so we were able to sleep in and we hit the town with him about 10:45a. It was a leisurely day, but honestly, we were more effective in 4 hours today than we are sometimes in 8! We visited the ticket outlets, a community center (where they were serving a free lunch to seniors, so, to their great amusement, John did a short show for them and we left ...
... is getting pretty good at going up hills. She's going to be in shape when we get back and I won't have to carry the Ipad anymore. Back at camp I started the blog and Linda decided to chop some kindling, plus she tried to take a finger off. She's fine, just a little cut. Got a bandaid out of the first aid kit and fixed her up. Sun's goin' down. Time to start the fire then fix chili dogs. Oh, the life of campers on the road. Love to all. See you soon. Traveller ...
... told later that all was ok which is good news.
So, we set off, today I decided to ride with LJ for the first leg which was 120 miles. Everyone had their coats on, which was a first out here. Then after about 5 miles we went into some really thick 'Pea Soup' fog which was very cold. We had blue flashing light escorts nearly all day and because the State Police had already pre-swept the road of any traffic, we rumbled through the fog at 60 mph. ...
... on north side of road for about 20 miles. Twenty miles west of Amarillo saw and smelled our first and only cattle feed lot.
Oklahoma very green with rolling hills - looked a lot like PA, MD, VA. Kathy drove in central Oklahoma and we were going to stop in downtown Oklahoma City to see the memorial. Got there as planned at 330 and ...