Cities and Counties » High Plains

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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36.56202469999999 -96.16166729999998 Barnsdall

The community of Barnsdall is most notably known for an oil well situated in the middle of Main Street.  The town was founded in 1905 and named Bigheart, after James Bigheart an Osage Chief.  The Bigheart Museum shares stories, history and artifacts chronicling development of the area.  Several years… (read more)

36.7473114 -95.98081789999998 Bartlesville

In Bartlesville, one of the fun places in Oklahoma, see the town that oil built. See roaming herds of exotic animals on an oil baron's vast ranch, explore Frank Lloyd Wright's only skyscraper, shop for unique treasures and experience the art, culture and history of the American West.  Bartlesville… (read more)

35.9420431 -95.88332349999996 Bixby

ABOUT BIXBY: The City's rapid growth showcases one of Bixby's strengths: our community is easy to live, work, shop and play in, and welcomes new residents. Not only does Bixby lead the state of Oklahoma in growth per year, but it also represents the best of what the Tulsa metro area has to offer.… (read more)

36.9236403 -97.33365520000001 Braman

Braman, the gateway to Kaw Lake, is located in northeast Kay County, just off Interstate 35  in north-central Oklahoma, and is rich with the fortunes from wheat and oil production. A replica of a wooden oil derrick at the south entrance to the city stands as a tribute to this heritage.  Visit the… (read more)

35.8306334 -96.391118 Bristow

Welcome to Bristow, the Woodland Queen! One of the Oklahoma towns in the Southwest corner of Green Country is alive with excitement and full of fun things to do. Bristow's history dates back to the opening of the Indian Territory to white settlers. Founded in 1897 as a Trading Post, its beauty… (read more)

36.0525993 -95.7908195 Broken Arrow

Located in the heart of Green Country and convenient to attractions in Oklahoma, Broken Arrow is the perfect place for visitors to stay. A suburb south and east of Tulsa, Broken Arrow is easily accessible from the Tulsa International Airport or from major highways coming from all directions. Broken… (read more)

36.3100688 -96.4641886 Cleveland

Cleveland is located in the rolling hills of eastern Pawnee County on the shores of beautiful Keystone Lake. Because of their reputation for their patriotic pride, Cleveland is known as “The Flag City of Oklahoma” and boasts about their superior quality of life. Take a trip back in time at their:… (read more)

36.8975794 -95.92609270000003 Copan

Copan town and lake are located 18 miles north of Bartlesville and provides an excellent habitat for many species of game fish such as: Largemouth Bass White Crappie Channel & Flathead Catfish Various species of Sunfish A large portion of project land has been set aside to be managed for… (read more)

35.8028493 -96.5061215 Depew

Depew is a picturesque historic town located on an original 1920s concrete alignment of Route 66. Originally a thriving oil boomtown, it dwindles to a shadow of its former population. However, its legacy is a main street lined with early statehood buildings, testimony of the town’s former grandeur.… (read more)

36.7959193 -95.9355387 Dewey

Discover Dewey..........Oklahoma's Antique Destination! See historic places in Oklahoma like -  Dewey Hotel, Tom Mix Museum and Prairie Song Village has served as a drawing card for visitors to walk the town, browsing the many antique shops and delightful specialty stores. Annual Antique and… (read more)

35.9884013 -96.60112939999999 Drumright

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36.5736587 -96.70419879999997 Fairfax

Fairfax is home to many historic buildings, including the former Jackson Insurance Building, which is on both the Oklahoma and National Historic Registers and today is home to a flower shop. Additional buildings on the State Historic Register include: Woodland High School Auditorium Osage County Shop… (read more)

35.9553737 -96.00888429999998 Glenpool

We are "The Town That Made Tulsa Famous"!  The discovery of the World Famous "Glenn Pool" occurred 100 years ago!!It flowed to life on November 22, 1905 and we've recently celebrated it's 100th Birthday. On November 11th, 2005, a black tie ball was held in Tulsa, attended by many oil industry… (read more)

36.4142357 -96.39529629999998 Hominy

One of the most adorned Oklahoma towns is, HOMINY - CITY OF MURALS.  Blackfoot artist Cha' Tullis has weilded his mighty paint brush and created 40 murals throughout this Green Country community. Hominy is named for an Osage chief named Ho-Mo I, which translates to "Walks in the night".… (read more)

36.0228734 -95.9683278 Jenks

Affectionately known to Oklahomans as the “Antique Capital of Oklahoma” Jenks America has much to offer the shopping enthusiast.  The Antique and Arts District in the charming, historic downtown area, features everything antique from vast malls to quaint nooks, with a sprinkling of treat shops… (read more)

36.1811784 -96.56974559999998 Jennings

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36.7658333 -96.8580556 Kaw City

Surrounded by water, this city is a great place to visit or retire, especially if you're an avid fisherman. Outdoor activities abound at Pioneer Cove where you'll find:  A Marina Sandy Beaches A new disc golf course Fishing (Annual crappie contest in March, April & May) Boating… (read more)

35.9436968 -96.21361360000003 Kellyville

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36.1334101 -96.35445709999999 Mannford

Mannford is one of the lucky Oklahoma towns to be situated on a lake.  A short distance from Tulsa, the sandy beaches of Keystone Lake offer water enthusiasts, both young and old, year round activities.   What to do in Green Country, while you visit Mannford? Water sports include jet… (read more)

36.700645 -95.63803410000003 Nowata

Nowata became one of the communities along route that the Iron Mountain Railroad completed in 1889.  The rail through Indian Territory  set  stations every six miles - apprximately the distance  a man could walk in a day.  The route ran between the Kansas and Arkansas borders.… (read more)

36.6000907 -95.97971089999999 Ochelata

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36.2695388 -95.85471189999998 Owasso

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36.6678426 -96.33723090000001 Pawhuska

Looking for places to go in Oklahoma?  Experience the beauty and history of Pawhuska where  'Home on the Range'…is aptly descriptive.  Relax the day away, get back to nature and see the sites in this Oklahoma visit.  Pawhuska is home of the Tallgrass Prairie… (read more)

36.3378321 -96.80392319999999 Pawnee

'Out Where The West Remains' proclaims the masthead of Pawnee's newspaper, the Pawnee CHIEF. Still home of the Pawnee Nation, this town of 2,200 has remained true to its western heritage so if you are looking for things to do in Oklahoma such as rodeos, wild west shows, or see steam… (read more)

36.706981 -97.08559479999997 Ponca City

Steeped in the tradition of Wild West shows and working cowboys; peppered with tales of oil barons, Ponca City has something for everyone. We thrive on the diversity of our attractions and the unexpected elegance of our architecture. One of Ponca City's attractions is the vintage Poncan Theatre, which… (read more)

36.2497222 -96.26749999999998 Prue

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36.5039389 -96.7322562 Ralston

A quite, sleepy little town nestled on the banks of the Arkansas River, between Pawnee and Pawhuska.   The close proximity and easy access of the river have always made this a fisherman's paradise. The expectation of snagging a trophy sand bass or channel catfish from the swiftly flowing water keep many sportsmen… (read more)

36.1398102 -96.10889099999997 Sand Springs

Sand Springs is a small sleepy town about 10 minutes west of Tulsa, sitting in the rolling hills and along the banks of the Arkansas River. Downtown has a lot of unique shops and eating establishments, including the new Deli on Main, The Sands Springs Station and several fast food restaurants. Every April,… (read more)

35.9987007 -96.11416639999999 Sapulpa

Sapulpa ... In the Heart of Historic Route 66! Route 66, the "Mother Road," laces its way through downtown Sapulpa ... a hometown retail community that welcomes tourists to their front door. Just a few miles from downtown Tulsa, historic Sapulpa, the heart of yesterday, is preserved in the… (read more)

36.7819849 -96.66113769999998 Shidler

Known for its oil boom days and expansive cattle ranches, Shidler hit its' heyday in the late 1920's with well-known figures such as Clark Gable working as a roustabout in the fields. The Burbank Field proved to be one of the largest oil finds in the country. As you enter from the west, you'll find… (read more)

36.3684245 -96.00138470000002 Skiatook

Nestled in the Osage Hills, between Tulsa and Bartlesville, Skiatook is a hometown paradise where you can have it all. Shopping, education opportunities, friendly churches and a great sense of pride are just waiting for you. Skiatook Lake offers something for every member of the family! Labeled as one of… (read more)

35.8859342 -95.73692899999998 Stone Bluff

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36.1539816 -95.992775 Tulsa

Tulsa, the largest city in the Green Country region, is the area's focal point and is an amazing mixture of cosmopolitan sophistication combined with old west charm. A city filled with impressive trees, located in the beautiful rolling Osage Hills, it provides a unique setting for relaxation, fun, and… (read more)

36.8540142 -97.0311713 Newkirk

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35.7486798 -96.6580726 Stroud

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36.6678426 -96.33723090000001 Osage County

OSAGE COUNTY Osage County is home to Ree Drummond, Food Network’s Pioneer Woman.  For prairie, pleasure, or homemade pie – you’ll want to spend a few days in Osage County, Oklahoma!  Begin your visit with an overnight stay in the Osage Hills at the Postoak Lodge where guests can… (read more)