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Counties in Oklahoma that I have Visited

There are 77 counties in Oklahoma
The Sooner State

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Oklahoma County Outline Map

Oklahoma, courtesy of: Mob Rule

I have visited 5 Counties = 6.5% of Counties in Oklahoma


Oklahoma Dinosaur

Cimmy the Apatosaurus
Cimarron Heritage Center, Boise City, OK

State Capitol in Oklahoma City
State Highpoint at Black Mesa


Counties in Oklahoma

Below are the 77 counties in Oklahoma. Although infrequent, counties sometimes do change so please let me know if any of this information is out of date and I will update it. Those counties that I have visited are in Red. If I have a photograph or other item associated with a county somewhere else on my website, there will also be a link.
  1. Adair
  2. Alfalfa
  3. Atoka
  4. Beaver: 100th Meridian Counties
  5. Beckham
  6. Blaine
  7. Bryan
  8. Caddo: Middle of Nowhere
  9. Canadian: Random Canadian
  10. Carter: Town of County Line
  11. Cherokee
  12. Choctaw
  13. Cimarron: Smallest county population in Oklahoma (3,148 people in 2000 Census); CO-KS-OK Tripoint; Oklahoma Highpoint Trailhead; Highpoint, Not Summit; Cimmy the Dinosaur; NM-OK-TX Tripoint; Thelma and Louise Route Map
  14. Cleveland
  15. Coal
  16. Comanche
  17. Cotton
  18. Craig
  19. Creek
  20. Custer
  21. Delaware: Jay, OK; County with (Another) State's Name;
  22. Dewey
  23. Ellis
  24. Garfield
  25. Garvin
  26. Grady
  27. Grant
  28. Greer: Going Postal; Old Greer County
  29. Harmon
  30. Harper
  31. Haskel
  32. Hughes
  33. Jackson
  34. Jefferson
  35. Johnston
  36. Kay
  37. Kingfisher
  38. Kiowa
  39. Latimer
  40. Le Flore
  41. Lincoln
  42. Logan: Orlando (not that one)
  43. Love
  44. Major
  45. Marshall: Smallest county in Oklahoma (371 square miles).
  46. Mayes
  47. McClain
  48. McCurtain: Red River Border
  49. McIntosh
  50. Murray
  51. Muskogee
  52. Noble
  53. Nowata
  54. Okfuskee: Triple Letter
  55. Oklahoma: Largest county population in Oklahoma (660,448 people in 2000 Census); Woodlawn Park; Thelma and Louise Route Map; Black Gold; Longest Distance - Simplest Directions; Mmm... Doughnut
  56. Okmulgee
  57. Osage: Largest county in Oklahoma (2,251 square miles); Osage Nation; Black Gold
  58. Ottawa: The Death of the Town of Picher; The Smallest Tribe; Hornet Spook Light
  59. Pawnee
  60. Payne: Pipeline Crossroads of the World
  61. Pittsburg
  62. Pontotoc
  63. Pottawatomie: Quad County Towns
  64. Pushmataha
  65. Roger Mills
  66. Rogers
  67. Seminole
  68. Sequoyah
  69. Stephens: Town of County Line
  70. Texas: Mainly Marathons
  71. Tillman
  72. Tulsa: Follow the Letter; Seriously Broken
  73. Wagoner
  74. Washington: More Presidential County Sorting
  75. Washita
  76. Woods
  77. Woodward


Quick facts about Oklahoma

Sources:

(1) U.S. Census Bureau FedStats - MapStats: 2000 Land Area; United States.
(2) U.S. Census Bureau American FactFinder: 2005 Population Estimates; Table GCT-T1.