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Getting to Know Oklahoma City, OK

Founded with 10,000 new residents in a single day in 1889, Oklahoma City has grown into a metropolis with over half a million people. More than 300 days of sun each year give OKC a bright disposition, and the outlook for its growth is just as positive, since more and more folks are moving to the city. Oklahoma City is the state capital and enjoys a unique cowboy culture in addition to a booming economy focused on the livestock, oil, petroleum and natural gas industries.

 

Nearby Attractions

The city celebrates its rich cultural history with original works of art and artifacts at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum and at the American Indian Cultural Center and Museum. The performing arts enjoy a strong showing in the city, and the Centennial Rodeo Opry lets you take pleasure in country music entertainment with a western flair.

 

Best Neighborhoods in Oklahoma City

If you're thinking about making the transition to warm weather and sunny skies, Oklahoma City has plenty of apartments for rent. The city's diverse neighborhoods cover a variety of features, price points and amenities, allowing you to choose the community that suits you best. Take a look at some of the best places to live in Oklahoma City:

  • Bricktown: Home to the Chesapeake Energy Arena and "The Brick," the bustling Bricktown neighborhood is perfect for young professionals seeking entertainment, dining and nightlife.
  • Automobile Alley: Well-suited for the young, urban crowd, Automobile Alley is a popular Oklahoma City neighborhood, and has enjoyed a revival in recent years with many of the older buildings being repurposed into creative spaces for business and living.
  • Norman: Young families and retirees love the suburb of Norman for being close to The University of Oklahoma and within minutes of Lake Thunderbird State Park.
  • Plaza District:  Recent years have brought a revival to the Plaza District, which is now the "it" place for hip nightlife and a quirky arts scene.
  • Edmond: Known for its top schools and its proximity to Arcadia Lake, the northern suburb of Edmond offers renters a safe neighborhood for children and easy access to rental homes and apartments.

 

Apartments in Oklahoma City

Whether you prefer a cheap apartment that will suit your budget or a luxury apartment with all the amenities you could want, you can find the perfect place for your family with Apartment Guide, which has up-to-date listings of Oklahoma City apartments. If you're looking for downtown Oklahoma City apartments or just want to see what rental homes in Oklahoma City cost these days, use Apartment Guide to make your search easier.

 

Free Things to Do in Oklahoma City

Looking for something fun and free to do in Oklahoma City? Pack up the family, hop on Route 66, and take a self-guided tour of the historic highway, making sure to stop at roadside attractions like the Blue Whale of Catoosa.

 

Sporting Events and Fun Things To Do

Proud home of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder, Chesapeake Energy Arena is Oklahoma City's premier athletic venue and hosts a variety of exciting concerts and conventions each year. OKC is also home to the Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, known locally as "The Brick." This ballpark is home to the Oklahoma City Dodgers, a Triple-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

 

Oklahoma City for Families with Kids

For family friendly attractions in Oklahoma City, head to the Oklahoma City Zoo to see thousands of animal and plant species. You can also spend the day riding the roller coasters or seeing a concert at Frontier City amusement park.

 

Best Area Schools

Oklahoma City offers a strong educational system for local students, and the Moore and Edmond Public Schools are considered some of the best districts in the area.

 

Oklahoma City Outdoors

Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities in Oklahoma City such as rowing on Arcadia Lake or sailing on Lake Hefner. Golf at one of several nearby courses, or go biking on the city's many trails. Horseback riding is also popular in the area. For a quiet outdoor retreat, head to the botanical gardens at the Oklahoma City Zoo.

 

Dog-friendly Spots around Oklahoma City
Let your dog run free or take a swim at OKC PawPark, which has different areas for large and small dogs. With more than 100 restaurants in Oklahoma City that allow your dog to join you eating outside, this is a great city for animal lovers.

 

Vacations and Beaches

If you're looking to get away from Oklahoma City for a beach vacation, the shortest distance to the ocean is due south. Galveston, Texas is about an eight-hour drive from OKC. If you'd rather stay closer to home, travel three hours to Lake Texoma, one of the largest reservoirs in the nation, or take a weekend trip to Austin, Dallas or Houston.