Cities and Counties » Foothills

There are hundreds of fascinating places to go in Oklahoma. Oklahoma towns and cities feature a variety of attractions ranging from quaint bed-and-breakfasts and small town diners to first-class accommodations and dining. Experience our museums, monuments, historical sites, parks and more! Each town in Oklahoma has a unique flavor of its own.

From discovering our majestic landscape, to touring our stretch of Route 66, to exploring our metro areas, there are so many things to do and places to visit in Oklahoma. .

Use the map below to explore our cities and plan your next trip!.

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Park Hill

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35.7425976 -96.07027310000001 Beggs

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35.6634306 -95.19801689999997 Braggs

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35.4700993 -95.52303560000001 Checotah

Nestled in Eastern Oklahoma, the town of Checotah was born in 1872 after the war, when M.K.&T Railroad came through the territory, and was named after Samuel Checote, a principal Creek Chief.   Farming and ranching played an important role in our heritage, and in the 1830s the Texas Road, which Highway 69… (read more)

35.709751 -94.91877 Cookson

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35.2873206 -95.58248460000004 Eufaula

Eufaula, Oklahoma, the county seat of McIntosh County is located 12 miles south of Interstate 40 at the junction of US Highway 69 and Oklahoma State Highway 9. Just one half mile east of Eufaula was the site of North Fork Town, settled by the Creek Indians shortly after their arrival in this area in… (read more)

35.7975986 -95.25051730000001 Fort Gibson

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35.5292628 -95.11718129999997 Gore

Gore is a sleepy little town that lays about 18 miles SW of Lake Tenkiller. Marval Family resort is also located in Gore and claims some of the best camping and trout fishing in the area. The McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System serves both commercial and recreational needs with 445 miles of low-cost… (read more)

35.8203784 -95.674149 Haskell

The town of Haskell in Muskogee County sits at the junction of Highways 64, 72 and 104 and has long been a crossroads for travel through Oklahoma's Green Country. Haskell was established in 1904 on the Midland Valley Railroad. It was named for townsite developer Charles N. Haskell who later became Oklahoma's first… (read more)

35.4398261 -95.98194289999998 Henryetta

In this very scenic area of Green Country, Henryetta is appropriately known as the “City of Seven Hills”.  Henryetta is conveniently located near Oklahoma's largest lake, Lake Eufaula and at the intersection of I-40 and U.S. Hwy 75. A vibrant Main Street, largely built during the boom… (read more)

35.9325964 -95.14134790000003 Hulbert

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35.7478769 -95.36969090000002 Muskogee

While the song “Okie from Muskogee” introduced the city to many, Muskogee's unique blend of history, culture, and entertainment has attracted visitors from around the world for years. First-time visitors quickly discover what makes Muskogee special and returning visitors are reminded… (read more)

35.6234367 -95.9605502 Okmulgee

Okmulgee,one of America's most uncommon places, is a city rich in history. In the late 1800's, Okmulgee (a Creek word meaning bubbling water) sprang up around the Creek Council House, the tribal house of government for the Muskogee (Creek) Nation. From there, trading posts, banks, and mercantiles were… (read more)

35.8709334 -95.52247599999998 Porter

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35.5214881 -95.49497810000003 Rentiesville

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35.4212021 -94.51466160000001 Roland

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35.4603711 -94.7874463 Sallisaw

If you are looking for places to visit and things to see and do in Oklahoma you must see Sallisaw.  You will find historical sites incuding some of the Cherokee Tribe; fun festivals, attractions, casinos, delicious food and good accommodations. Sallisaw, County seat of Sequoyah County, is located at the… (read more)

35.81453 -94.62855530000002 Stilwell

Stilwell is a small northeast Oklahoma town about 10 miles from the Arkansas border.  Their immensely popular Strawberry Festival is held annually in May. Visitors from around the region flock to Stilwell to enjoy delicious and complimentary Strawberries and Cream. … (read more)

35.91537 -94.96995600000002 Tahlequah

Nestled in the densely forested foothills of the Ozarks, lies historic Tahlequah, capital of the Cherokee Nation and home of Northeastern State University. The city boasts some of the state's oldest and most impressive architecture and is also northeastern Oklahoma's sporting and recreational paradise,… (read more)

35.4984281 -94.96967489999997 Vian

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35.9595442 -95.36941159999998 Wagoner

Welcome to Wagoner! We're a laid-back, flag waving, easy going community. We like living close to Tulsa, but we love heading home to 'dress down' in our jeans and tennis shoes. We enjoy many visitors traveling through our area. In fact, we built a tourist center just to keep tourists here a little longer.… (read more)

35.5109296 -95.12995969999997 Webbers Falls

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Longtown

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35.720372 -95.033011 Qualls

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