Need Weekend Plans? Visit Titanic, Oklahoma
While there's not really a lack of things to do in Oklahoma this weekend, "rodeo" isn't exactly in the bag for everyone, respectfully of course...
If you find yourself without anything to do and looking, take a drive to the Oklahoma town named for the famed 1914 ship disaster...
Titanic was incorporated and named in honor of the wreck way back in 1916.
While it was initially off to a good start, the post office closed in late 1927 but some people still remain even now. Population: 259
What is there to do in Titanic?
While that's a much better question for someone that has been or lived there, I'm gonna hop out on a limb and guess 'not much.'
Like most small rural Oklahoma towns, the community is likely mostly made up of family homes and farms. A gas station or small convenient store isn't out of the question either. Maybe even a Dollar General, but the odds are super slim from the outside looking in.
It's so small, Google Maps hasn't even been there yet, so you couldn't scope it out ahead of time even if you wanted to.
Still, even if it is a total ghost town, it'd be an interesting tourist tidbit to add to your memory bank... if you're headed that way anytime soon.