Guides

    • Cleveland County

      Cleveland County in Oklahoma was originally occupied by the Quapaw tribe until the area was ceded to the U.S. Government soon after the Louisiana Purchase in 1818. During the late…

    • McClain County

      The Chickasaw tribe moved into the McClain County area around 1837, the land had already been assigned to the Choctaws by the U.S. government. In 1855, the area became part…

    • Grady County

      Grady County was part of the land given to the Choctaw by the Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek, in exchange for a property in the southeastern United States. In 1837,…

    • Goldsby

      Goldsby, is a town in McClain County in central Oklahoma. It lies within the Washington school district which has been voted as one of the State’s best school districts. While…

    • Blanchard

      Small town living, close to the metro area. You will find the best of country living within a short distance of Oklahoma City and Norman. Newly renovated and widened Hwy…

    • Edmond

      Edmond is located in the heart of Oklahoma on Route 66, just north of Oklahoma City, and is said to be the “Crown Jewel” of Oklahoma. Edmond offers exceptional hotels,…

    • Moore

      Moore was founded during the land-run of 1889.  Moore is a community founded on big dreams, great expectations and an attitude that all things are possible. The Moore community offers…

    • Mustang

      The City of Mustang is located 6 miles south of I-40 on Mustang Road, within the far southwest quadrant of Oklahoma City. The Mustang school system draws families to Mustang.…

    • Newcastle

      Newcastle began as a rural farming community, and has embodied small-town values and community character.  Newcastle is a fast growing community that still strives to embrace growth will still holding…

    • Noble

      The town of Noble is known as the Rose Rock Capital of the world.  The city was founded by Albert Rennie during the Oklahoma Land Run of 1889.  The town…

    • Norman

      Norman, OK is located just a few miles south of downtown Oklahoma City, and is home to over 100,000 residents, and the state’s largest college, The University of Oklahoma. The…

    • Purcell

      Purcell is known to many as the Quarter Horse Capital of the World.  It is located off of Interstate 35 in McClain County.  It is the home of the McClain…

    • Tuttle

      Tuttle is a fast growing community located on Highway 37 in Grady County.  The residents of Tuttle experience a high quality of living that is reflected in a 53% growth…

    • Washington

      Located along state Highway 24 and Highway 74B, the town of Washington is nestled in a beautiful country atmosphere.  The town is 23 miles South of Oklahoma City.  The community…