Welcome to Margie's Links to Oklahoma Towns and Activities

I am still working on this page and will add more sites as time allows

Lake Eufaula

Eufaula Lake Elevation

Shop Oklahoma

Muskogee, OK USA

Honor Heights Park, Muskogee, OK

The Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Muskogee, OK

Robbers Cave, Wilburton, OK

An Affair of the Heart Craft Show
Oklahoma City/Tulsa

Fin and Feather Craft Festival

Travel Oklahoma

Oklahoma Calander

Bricktown, Oklahoma City

Frontier City, Oklahoma City

Sam Noble Museum of Natural History
Norman, OK

Oklahoma City Zoo

Oklahoma City Memorial

Cowboy Hall of Fame
Oklahoma City

Omniplex, Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City Attractions


Oklahoma has produced more astronauts than any other state. These include Major General Thomas P. Stafford (Weatherford); Gordon Cooper (Shawnee); Owen Garriott (Enid); Shannon Lucid (Bethany) and William Reid Pogue (Okemah).

The aerosol can was invented in Bartlesville; the parking meter in Oklahoma; and the shopping cart in Ardmore.

Oklahoma's state capitol building is the only capitol in the world with an oil well under it. Although its legal description is Capitol Site #1, it is referred to as Petunia #1 because it was originally drilled in the middle of a flower bed.

Oklahoma City is the third largest city in land area (608 sq. miles), just behind Jacksonville, FL (759 sq. miles) and way behind Anchorage, AK (1698 sq. miles).

Oklahoma's Cimarron county is bordered by more states than any other U.S. county: Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado and Kansas.

Oklahoma ranks fourth in the nation in the production of all wheat, fourth in cattle and calf production, fifth in the production of pecans, sixth in peanuts and eighth in peaches.

The tallest building in Oklahoma is the Williams Building in Tulsa. The second tallest building is the City Plex Building, also in Tulsa.

According to the National Restaurant Association, the most popular month to dine out is August, followed by July, May, June, October and December. The least popular month to dine out is February.

Oklahoma has a statewide area of 69,919 sq. miles, ranking 18th in the United States in terms of size.

Oklahoma's two most populous cities are Oklahoma City with 506,132 residents, and Tulsa, with 393,049. The next largest cities are Norman, population 95,694 and Lawton, population 92,757.

The highest point in Oklahoma is Black Mesa, located in the Panhandle at 4,973 feet. The lowest point in the state is east of Idabel in southeast Oklahoma at 287 feet above sea level.

Oklahoma has 12 distinct escosystems, everything from mesas, sand dunes and wetlands to mountains, wilderness and tall grass prairie. Only one state has more - Texas with 13.

Article from Oklahoma Living February 2002.

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