Oklahoma, USA has a total area of 181,136 sq km. Having a population of about 3,450,600, its capital is Oklahoma City.
The state of Oklahoma has a diverse terrain. The three principal mountain ranges of the region are Ouachitas, Arbuckles and Kiamichis. The climate of Oklahoma ranges from a humid subtropical climate to a semi-arid climate. The tourism department has divided the state into six regions—the Red Carpet Country, Great Plains Country, Frontier Country, Green Country, Kiamichi Country and Lake and Trail Country.
Oklahoma’s culture is an amalgamation Southern, Western and Native American culture. The state is a leading producer of oil and food. The main agricultural exports from the state are soy, wheat, cattle, dairy, poultry and cotton.
My home area. So I am somewhat used to the humid semi tropical climate. No great points of historic interest but definitely great things and scenery off the beaten path. Enjoy if you have the chance. Not far to Lake Eufaula and it's one time "Tp 10 rated fresh water beaches in the nation", Kerr Lake, east toward Fort Smith, Robbers Cave State Park north of Wilburton, Talimena Drive (Well worth the trip itself)(IMO). A lot of beautiful nature, small eating establishments, smaller motels, very friendly people.
There are lots of really great restaurants in the area, as well as shopping. It's a great place to live. Crime is low and very close to Oklahoma City/Tinker. There are 3 high schools and 2 junior highs. Moore also has several elementary schools, as well. Moore has the feel of city living and country living too. It's a great town with the feel of a big city.