Yukon has always been an area of trails & routes . . 2 years after the Civil War ended & more than 20 years before the land run, the Chisholm Trail made its way through the countryside that eventually was established as Yukon. Today, visitors can follow in the footsteps of cattle drivers who saw the area as a pleasant stop along the trail with a watering hole for their cattle.
Route 66 naturally creates a car culture on Yukon's Main Street with several custom shops, repair, and visions of the buildings erected in the heyday of the Mother Road to house diners, gas stations, and motels.
Route 66 continues to bring passive-leisure travelers to Yukon whether traveling on their own or one of numerous casual Cruises that occurs throughout the year.
Public Art - Downtown is home to a growing number of public art pieces, including a historic mural of the Chisholm Trail Crossing at Main and 4th Streets, a beautiful new mural displaying Yukon's rich culture on the Southside Mill structure that is illuminated at night, and a vintage postcard style mural on the back of 10 W Main center as well as several smaller murals. See more