The Oldest Continuously Operated Motel on Rte 66 Completely Restored!
Now over 80 years old, the architecture and charm of this stone
tourist court still beckons travelers to stop and rest from the busy life. The shady outdoor sitting areas with firepits, decks and a new concrete patio make it a great place for a
Celebrating the 90th anniversary of Route 66 all year!
Guest 66 years old this year will receive a free 90 yr magnet.
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
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 Red Rocker,
The Murals, A History Museum, Eateries,
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
901 East Washington St.
Cuba, Mo 65453