When someone says Cleveland you think of Cleveland Ohio, however if you are visiting or from the tulsa Oklahoma area then you think Cleveland Oklahoma. A small town of 3,500 north west of tulsa. Oklahoma has a rich history and part of it is in Cleveland. Cleveland started out being called Herbert and was established by Willis H Herbert in 1893 by setting up a post office. Shortly after the US postal service closed the Post office and ending the town of Herbert. Shortly after in April of 1894 another post office was established just 100 feet down the road and was named Cleveland after President Grover Cleveland. The town has stood strong and has grown ever since. The town serviced mostly as a trade town before 1904, however in 1904 oil was discovered and a rail way was put through town. In 1907 the state of Oklahoma was formally established and the towns population was 1,441. The boom of oil caused a lot of change in the small town and to preserve that history that was taking place the Triangle Heritage Oil and Historical Museum was established. A Small Museum on the site of one of the earliest oil fields. The small cabin which the museum resides in was relocated to this site but first in 1899. It was owned and built by Everett and Mandy Sneed. The Sneed cabin has a rock at the top of the chimney which reads Sept. 1900 which means the chimney may have been an add on to the small home.
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If you travel a short way south of Cleveland, Oklahoma you can find the Hallett Motor Racing Circuit. This racing circuit was established more then 30 years ago and has been hosting races ever since. Hallett is a unique course with 10 turns and totaling 1.8 miles in length.The corse has nice grassy runoff areas and no concrete barriers so it makes a great course for bringing who don't want to crash into a wall. Its also an interesting course because it is two courses in one. It can be ran clockwise or counter-clockwise. Hallett Motor Racing Circuit is flexible and houses events for all types of cars and bikes. There are many different types of races that have come through but just a few are the Competition Motor Sports Association or COMMA, Sports Car Club of America or the SSCA, American Indy Car series, Central motorcycle Riders Association, IKF & Kart Go Karting, and even local Sports car clubs like Porche, BMW, Viper, and Corvette clubs. The Hallet Motor Racing Circuit is a great place to visit, and even better to see an exciting race. Oklahoma can get hot during the summer so be sure to bring lots of water, but just in case there is a great gift shop with lots of fun and exciting things to buy.