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.
To experience the fun and adventure the only city I found was Oklahoma City in Oklahoma. I was confused with the name because the state and the city had a same name. I came to know that this is one of the largest cities in United States. I saw this modern city developed so well with huge sky scrapers and lots shopping centers and restaurants. This city had an amazing infrastructure with all the latest facilities and modes of transport for public. I saw several museums and parks which made the city look more beautiful. There are many things to do when you visit this place. I was suggested by a local guide to visit a popular place and one of the favorite hobbies of the residents, fishing. So I visited the Edwards Park Fishing Lake and saw lot of people enjoying their hobby. The parks were...
Don't visit and make Yukon crowded -- I want to keep it ALL TO MYSELF and leave it JUST AS IT IS! THANK Y' A L L YUKON! Love the small town convenience and atmosphere. The banking is friendly and easily assessable, even for me from Oklahoma City. Shopping is great and prices for just about anything are, well, Oklahoma prices! Friendly, welcoming residents and merchants. I also have heard MANY Positive Comments about their Primary and Secondary SCHOOL SYSTEMS by parents and Grand parents and I've heard this for MANY years.