Allen’s Conoco Fillin’ Station in Commerce, Oklahoma is a Route 66 gem. While you won’t be able to fill up your tank, you will get your fill of nostalgia for the glory days of the Mother Road.
Appropriately known as the “Hole in the Wall Conoco Station,” this old cottage-style service station was built into a brick wall of an existing building in 1929 or 1930. F.D. Mitchell created the structure as a Conoco fuel gas station for Route 66 travelers to stop at. Though, later, it was converted to a Phillips 66 Gas Station in 1938. It is even rumored that Bonnie and Clyde once stopped here for gas.
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Today the vintage service station has been restored in a vibrant green and red with two vintage pumps out front. The attraction is owned by Linda and Bobby Allen. Inside you can find a small Petroliana museum and gift shop, if it happens to be open when you drop by.
The Oklahoma Route 66 attraction is located in a small town across from another Route 66 icon: the Dairy King. Stop here for photos and then walk across the street for some of Dairy King’s famous Route 66 cookies.
Allen’s Conoco Fillin’ Station
Address: 101 S Main St, Commerce, OK 74339
Cost: Free to See
Hours: Always Visible