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Roundup Club Rodeo

Since 1953, each June a three-night sanctioned rodeo is held, and it is now a highlight of each Old Settlers Day celebration. Participants are often members of PRCA and NRA, in addition to the Seven-State Regional Rodeo Association.


Roundup Club Rodeo

Address : 2 miles east of Checotah on Highway 266. Checotah OK

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