What you need to know about Oklahoma
Mountain ranges, rivers and forests in Oklahoma provide plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Aviation, oil and gas production, food processing and telecommunications drive the economy in Oklahoma. Muskogee, Broken Arrow and Tulsa are among the best places to live in Oklahoma. Members of more than 65 Native American tribes live in Oklahoma and contribute to the state’s culture. The Tulsa Ballet, Oklahoma City Museum of Art and Norman Music Festival draw thousands of visitors each year.
Up by 5%
Median Home Price
Higher than the national average
Median Household Income
Lower than the national average
5-17 Years old