Turner Falls Overlook Road Monuments

Marker One:

To George A. Ramsey
The man of vision , who saw the beauties of this Mountain Highway and initiated it construction.
Erected by the Citizens of Ardmore
1930

Marker Two:

1923--1926

This road built with prison Labor
Under the Direction of
M. E. Trapp -- Governor of Oklahoma
W. S. Key, Warden -- State Penitentiary
The State Highway Commission
Syruas S. Avery -- Chairman
Roy M. Johnson -- Member
R.J. Gentry -- Member
J.M. Page -- State Highway Engineer

Davis, Oklahoma - I-35 and Highway 77
From Oklahoma City, continue South on I-35 and take exit 51 for Turner Falls Park. Continue up the mountain road until you reach the Overlook. Monuments are on the west side of road.
Exploring Oklahoma History
Exploring Oklahoma History
More Pictures:

Turner Falls Look out

Turner Falls overlook Point
Looking down on Turner Fall Park
Arbuckle Mountains

Turner Falls Look out Road Monuments

Turner Falls Over-look point road monuments
Arbuckle Mountains

Turner Falls Turner Falls

These views of Turner Falls are from a highway overlook. Most of the rockwork and trails in Turner Park were built during the 30's by the CCC*. The highway down to the park was also built during the Great Depression. By prison labor.