Summerhill Meadows may seem a world away, but 10 minutes will get you just about anywhere, including Yukon proper, Lake Overholser, Stinchcomb Wildlife Refuge, and Surrey Hills Golf Club. Some of the metro’s major thoroughfares are just a stone’s throw as well, like HWY 4, W. Britton Rd., and historic Route 66, which parallels I-40 and can take you all the way across the state east or west. You can jump on the newly-completed John Kilpatrick Turnpike to get to any of the suburbs surrounding Oklahoma City or take HWY 3/NW Expressway straight into the heart of the city’s activity.
Homeowners in Summerhill Meadows can visit nearby Piedmont for dining, retail, and every-day errands, or take the short 10-minute drive south to Yukon. Piedmont is a small rural community with a charm all its own, including a historic downtown, vintage shops, and an abundance of local beautification projects. Yukon is a commercial delight, with a booming retail, dining, and entertainment scene near I-40 and Garth Brooks Blvd as well as along historic Route 66. Yukon welcomes visitors from across the state during its popular community events like Christmas in the Park, annual celebrations of the area’s rich Czech heritage, and performances at the Route 66 Park Amphitheatre.
Major Employers in the Yukon Area
With fast, easy access to HWY 3/NW Expressway and the John Kilpatrick Turnpike, Summerhill Meadows residents can enjoy stress-free commutes—15 minutes on average—to anywhere in Edmond, Yukon, Bethany, El Reno, Mustang, and Oklahoma City. Major employers in the area include:
Hobby Lobby Stores Inc.
Great Plains Coca-Cola Bottling Company
Integris Deaconess Hospital & Integris Health
Integris Canadian Valley Hospital
Utility Tri-state Inc. Oklahoma Facility
Clarence E. Page-Cimarron-Yukon Municipal Airport
Mercy Hospital Oklahoma City
Oklahoma Heart Hospital
Will Rogers World Airport
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores
Wiley Post Airport