Skiatook, OK Junction OK-20/OK-11 North to junction OK-99 North to Chautaqua, KS
Nice little two-lane twisty ride that follows the dips and turns of Osage County with nice vistas and Osage Nation historical sites including easy side trips to Pawhuska, OK, capitol of the Nation and home to Pioneer Woman Ree Drummond's store, the only oil well drilled on a city street in Barnsdall (Bigheart), and Hulah Lake/Wah-Zha-Zhe Campground. North of Pawhuska continue north on 99 to Chautaqua, KS where a nice, quiet municipal park offers a picnic spot/rest stop for the return trip.
Curvy, hilly with some high-speed sweepers thrown in for good measure. Some frost heaves just north of Skiatook, OK but overall road surface is well-maintained with the section of OK-99 north of US-60 junction lightly-traveled and very scenic.
Good road food to be had in Skiatook, Barnsdall (Bigheart), and Pawhuska, OK. Great museums for Osage County and the Osage Nation in Pawhuska.
"Pioneer Woman" Reed Drummond of internet fame has a retail store in Pawhuska.
Historic Constantine Theatre in Pawhuska.
Famed Woolaroc Museum and Ranch south of Bartlesville easily reachable by turning North on OK-123 from OK-99 at Barnsdall.
Camping at Wah-Zha-Zhe Park at Hulah Lake.