About Cities in Oklahoma
Referred as 'Sooner State' and 'Land of the Red Man', Oklahoma is located in south-central United States. The state is famous for windswept landscape, fresh farm produce, Western and Native American cultures, and mouthwatering food.
Oklahoma City is the capital and the largest city of the state. It features one of the largest livestock markets in the world. Often called “Oil Capital of the World,” Tulsa is known for art deco architecture and a hub of the American oil industry. The Tulsa State Fair and Oktoberfest are major events in the city.
Home to the University of Oklahoma, Norman lies within Tornado Alley. Lawton, Edmond, and Stillwater are other cities in Oklahoma worth visiting.
Getting In and Around
Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) and Tulsa International Airport (TUL) are major international gateways to the state. Amtrak's Heartland Flyer runs daily between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth in Texas. Interstate Highways (I-35, I-40, and I-44) along with U.S. Highways (US 64, US 412, US 270, and US 62) create a dense road network.
List of Cities in Oklahoma
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