Topic: Oklahoma City Metro

What is it like on the southside of Oklahoma CIty?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

In the southern inner city area of OKC, early 20th century architecture and flair are on display in Stockyards City. Gaslights, wooden storefronts, western wear shops and the Oklahoma-National Stockyards can be found here. In addition to the cowboy spirit, one element that adds to the eclectic mix of people in Oklahoma City is its […]

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Where is the nightlife action in Oklahoma City?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Whether you call one of the downtown apartments Oklahoma City has to offer home or venture into the metro district from outlying areas, OKC nightlife won’t disappoint. From nightclubs to sports bars, from upscale to cowboy cool, the OKC night scene has something for everyone. Historic Bricktown, in the heart of downtown, is OKC’s entertainment […]

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What is it like on the northside of OKC?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

The Northside area of Oklahoma City is made up of several districts with distinctive personalities, just like the state itself. The Adventure District is where visitors will find the major attractions OKC has to offer. These include The Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden, Science Museum Oklahoma, and Remington Park Racetrack and Casino. Nichols Hill […]

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What is it like in Stillwater?

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Mosey on down the road northeast of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area and you’ll find yourself in the little city of Stillwater. Stillwater has been called the “friendliest city in Oklahoma” by an Oklahoma-based magazine. The primary economic base in Stillwater comes from Oklahoma State University, officially the largest employer, landowner and cultural center in […]

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What is the background of the Oklahoma City National Memorial?

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Oklahoma City is the site of the worst act of terrorism on U.S. soil prior to the September 11th attacks. It occurred in 1995 in downtown Oklahoma City, when Timothy McVeigh parked an explosives-filled truck in front of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The truck exploded, and the building was destroyed. One hundred sixty-eight […]

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What is there for horse lovers and western heritage enthusiasts in Oklahoma City?

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Despite a decidedly modern atmosphere and economy, the Old West is alive and well in Oklahoma City. For those who appreciate the history of cowboys, Indians and horses, there are several museums and venues to choose from that celebrate that era and bring it to life. The largest of these is the National Cowboy and […]

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What type of outdoor recreation activities can be found in Oklahoma City?

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If you enjoy the outdoors, you are sure to enjoy Oklahoma City. In addition to several exquisite botanical gardens, the city boasts parks, nature centers and recreation facilities to satisfy the nature lover. Martin Park Nature Center, was named a regional “Ten Best” Parks and Playgrounds in National Geographic’s “The Best of Everything for Families.” […]

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What is Edmond like?

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The city of Edmond is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area in the central part of the state. The quaint, historic downtown area helped Edmond earn two memorable awards: “Relocate America” put it on the list of the “Top 100 places to Live in 2007,” and Universal Publications of New York dubbed it “America’s […]

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What are statistics related to population, and rental unit prices and availability in Oklahoma City?

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Oklahoma City has the largest population of any city in the state, with over 500,000 people residing there. The next closest isn’t even close—Tulsa is estimated at under 400,000 residents. All those people have to live somewhere, and with ample apartments for rent, Oklahoma City has what you need. According to statistics from City-Data.com, the […]

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What is there to offer in Mustang and Yukon?

April 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

Mustangs are fast horses and fast cars, and that is a perfect name for one of the fastest growing cities in one of the fastest growing counties in Oklahoma. The suburb of Mustang is a small bedroom community 15 miles southwest of downtown Oklahoma City, in Canadian County. It is located on a stretch of […]

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