Located in the north east part of Oklahoma, Green Country is home of the Delaware Tribe of Eastern Oklahoma, the Cherokee Nation, the Osage, and numerous other tribes. It stretches all the way down to the Ouachita National Forest and up to Kansas. The largest towns are Poteau, Tulsa, Tahlequah (capital of the Cherokee Nation) Muskogee, Eufaula, Sallisaw, Grove, Hominy, Pawnee, Miami, and of course Bartlesville and Claremore. Green is a good name for the area with all the lakes, rivers and streams found here. And now, check out the sites for sore eyes from here.
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Fishing links for this area.
Speaking of fish: Cleveland is the Striped Bass Capital of Oklahoma and the home of North Central Oklahoma Wild West Tours. The pictures are fantastic, and they load fast. The information available is polished and well presented. This is a don't miss it site. Several tours capable of bringing back the real Old West are available.
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Welcome to Tulsa County, Oklahoma - You ain't never seen nothing until you open the blaze of light front page the Tulsa County website provides as a gateway to all the important information about county government, events and happenings in the area. Don't miss this one.
I don't recommend much poetry, but this I do. Here are beautiful pages of poetry, images and song to stir the deepest emotions in one's soul. This delightful Oklahoma web site from Tulsa will waken you to the beauties around you.
Will you be visiting Tulsa any time soon? Will you need directions to a great place to stay for business or leisure? There is a directory of Tulsa hotels where you can book a reservation near the center of town. 1st Tulsa Hotels is updated every day and will provide you with the most accurate information about hotels in Oklahoma City. Browse through their website and book online.
Bandana Tours can provide you with a living experience of the Tulsa area with everything from tall tales to Personal tours.
Here's a small sample of the MANY photos Keith offers.
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You can book my good friend Robert Stemmons from Bandana Tours. When HE whistles, People REALLY Listen, around the world. The ranges and speeds Robert is capable of are incredible. Here's a very short example of one of Robert Stemmons' jazz riffs! riff1.wav Select OPEN AT SITE.
Tenkiller Property is one of the best real estate web sites in the country. Be sure to look on the links page for a comprehensive look at the surrounding area.
Officer Neil Bakley has a web page up for Arkoma.
Bartlesville Library This area is the home of the oil industry. J. Paul Getty was wearing a gun here and trading information in 1903. Rugged Oklahomans thought he was effeminate because he wore a wrist watch. Frank Phillips started his oil company in 1917. The historic district of Bartlesville includes 48 buildings from the 1900 thru 1920 oil boom. It also hosts the world's largest biplane expo and the OK Mozart International Festival. The Bartlesville Area Chamber of Commerce has a toll free number 800-364-8708 you are welcome to use.
Broken Arrow (Near Tulsa) Host of World's Largest 5-Ring Big Top Circus, Rooster Days, and the Gatesway International Balloon Festival. Broken Arrow is the fifth largest city in the state with a population of 70,000. It has become the state's third largest manufacturing community (behind Tulsa and Oklahoma City). Broken Arrow does not, however, rank in the top ten cities in the state for per capita crime rate. You will find eight beautiful golf courses, lots of antiques shops in vintage settings, fishing, camping, and it is only minutes away from Tulsa.
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Grove Oklahoma is the largest concentration of attractions, antiques- lodging and shopping on Grand Lake. It boasts of the Grand Grove Opry, Grand Lake Aqua Tours, Kountry Kuzins Jamboree Show, Starbird's Rod and Custom Car Hall of Fame, Cherokee Grove Golf Course, Cherokee Queen Riverboat Cruises and three golf courses. Click here for two more pictures of Grand Lake. (created in 1940) Grand Lakes of the Cherokees is located near I-44 in North East Oklahoma and is a 60,000 acre water sports paradise. The massive reservoir stretches 66 miles through a beautiful area of Ozark foothills called Oklahoma "Green Country". Grand Lakes 1,300 miles of shoreline offers a wide variety of recreation and is dotted with homesites, resorts and marinas.
There's only One Grand Lake in Oklahoma, and ONE "GRAND" REALTORŪ, Here is the only website in Northeast Oklahoma that provides access to all MLS Real Estate listings through realtor.com along with community information. Remaxx Real Estate for Oklahoma's #1 playground.
Virtual Grand Lake, an intensive, extensive site of the area.
Jenks is the Antique Capital of Oklahoma. It even has a doctor who makes calls in a horse and buggy. The Jenks theme area includes over 30 shops and 5 malls, located on the Arkansas River near Tulsa on Hiway 75.
Locust Grove, Mayes County. Area recreational activities include hunting and camping, as well as boating, swimming, and fishing on Lake Hudson and many clear water creeks and streams.
Pryor has a superb web site with lots of information on the area.
Salina Oklahoma. You'll have to know to click on the pictures and name to get inside. But the pictures are wonderful. Located on the shore of Lake Hudson, Salina is the oldest permanent white settlement in the state.
Sapulpa is the county seat for Creek County. It occupies an area over which six nations have flown their flag - Spain, France, England, Mexico, the Choctaw Indian Nation, and the United States.
Skiatook was established in the late 1800's and is a great place to call home. Many of our citizens are second, third, fourth and even fifth generation residents of Skiatook. We pride ourselves on a strong sense of community, and welcome newcomers with open arms.
Access Tulsa is bright, colorful, professional. This is Oklahoma's second largest city, full of museums, art deco architecture, galleries, theaters and two universities. Perhaps the best attraction (for me at least) is the Tulsa Powwow with more than 50 tribes participating in evening dance competitions, including a tiny tot championship with native food featured.
Moving to Tulsa? Gaye Brown is a certified relocation specialist with Coldwater working in the Tulsa area. "If you are buying, I will analyze your requirements and find what you are looking for." Solid links on Gaye's page make this a solid value.
Tulsa chronological history from 1836 when the Creeks arrived to 1950.
Greater Tulsa Association of Realtors.
Living and Working in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Living and Working in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Wagoner County Map.
Wagoner's own Oklahoma Blast Softball Fast Pitch Team -- a Competitive Fastpitch Softball team.
Nuyaka Creek Winery is located in southern Creek County Oklahoma, on the Creek / Okmulgee County line. In the heart of Northeastern Oklahoma's Green Country, we are surrounded by pecan and fruit trees. Our vineyard is nestled among native wild fruits and vegetation. You will have an opportunity to see wildlife and nature undisturbed.
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