Find a new home in Oklahoma:
WELCOME TO OKLAHOMA
From the peaks of its four mountain ranges to the breathtaking depths of its roaring waterfalls, this state’s diverse landscape and culture is as rich as the 1 million acres of its red clay soil it produces.
As the meeting location of the four cultural regions — the West, Midwest, South and Southwest — Oklahoma is home to largest city in the Great Plains region, Oklahoma City. Also referred to as “America’s Iodine King” – Oklahoma ranks number three in the world for production thanks to an estimated two trillion tons of salt deposits located a mile below northwest Oklahoma’s surface.
With abundant oil, natural gas reserves and wind power, the state is home to the headquarters of Fortune 500 energy companies. Its 76-foot tall mascot — the Golden Driller — the giant oil man stands proudly as the state’s official monument.
Whether you’re looking to dust off your boots and head to the National Cowboy Hall of Fame, or peer into the unique culture of the state’s 39 headquartered Native American tribes — as home to the nation’s longest stretch of Route 66, there’s hundreds of ways to get your kicks in the Sooner State.