The Oldest Continuously Operated Motel on Rte 66 Completely Restored!

  Now in its 79th year, the architecture and charm of this stone tourist court still beckons travelers to stop and rest from the busy life. With shady outdoor sitting areas, firepits, new decks and comfortable lawn furniture, it can't be beat.

 

 

New Neon

This unique Neon was added in 2013 with the wheel structure designed and built by Charlie Yowell in 1980. It faces west.

 

The ozark stone buildings with the original wood doors, windows, and floors from the 1930's have been updated for modern comfort.

 

  • Free Wifi  
  • Guest Laundry
  • Restaurants Within Walking Distance
  • Bike Shelter
  • Outdoor Areas and Decks
  • Pavillion for Groups
  • ADA Room

 

Original Neon

The famous Wagon Wheel Neon Sign still flashes a welcome to visitors from all over the world. Only facing the east, the unique neon was designed and built by John Mathis in 1947.

Home of the Worlds Largest Rocker,

The Murals, A History Museum, Eateries,

and Entertainment.

       

  Motorcycles, Classic Cars

      Spyders, and quite a variety of different vehicles come our way!

 


Some of the most  Friendly, Funny, Musical

Artistic and "Notorious"  folks from around the World!

 

 

THE WAGON WHEEL MOTEL             Owner: Connie Echols                  Ph. 573-885-3411

901  East Washington St.                    Email Information                                                     

Cuba, Mo 65453

We love to celebrate or relax by a fire!

The Wagon Wheel Motel

901 E Washington St.

Cuba, MO 65453

   Phone: 573- 885-3411
  Email- Information

Race to the Rocker

March 22, 2014

Run to the Worlds Largest Rocker!

Crawford County Fair

July 8-10, 2014

Musical Acts, Mud Run, Tractor Pull and much more.

Lions Club Car Show

September 20, 2014

In Historic Uptown area, Cool Rides and BBQ

Cuba Fest October 19-20

Taste of Cuba, Rte 66, Wine Tasting, Crafts, Trolley rides, Music and more.

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© The Original Wagon Wheel Motel on Historic Rte 66
    Pictures by Mark Booth, Jane Reed