This road leads from Oklahoma State Highway 20 down to the shore of Lake Eucha. Turn south off OK-20 about 2 miles west of the 10/59 junction.
The original town of Eucha is on the other side of the lake, closer to Spavinaw. When the lake was built the town was moved closer to OK-20 and named New Eucha. When you approach the fork don't turn toward New Eucha, instead stay to your left.
This ride is only about 4 miles long, but very twisty. It's also unmarked so tight corners can sneak up on you- watch your speed! Pine trees line most of the road. Picturesque, but straying too close to the outside edge can put you into slippery beds of pine needles.