Ennis Real Estate Company, LLC.

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Oklahoma facts

  • Oklahoma has mild winters and over 300 days of sunshine per year.
  • Oklahoma has some of the lowest cost of living in the USA, while still providing the services you expect in a metropolitan area.
  • Oklahoma is centrally located in the USA, being equidistant from Los Angeles, New York City, and Mexico City which makes it an ideal location for commerce. There are more than 75 million people within a 500 mile radius of the state.
  • Oklahoma has 77,000 acres of parks and recreation areas.
  • Oklahoma has 1,301 square miles of water and 2,000 more miles of shoreline than the Atlantic and Gulf coasts combined.
  • Oklahoma's principle crops include Pecans, Wheat, Hay, Sorghum, Corn, Peaches, Soybeans, Peanuts, Cotton, and Rye. Several exotic crops, including Kiwi Fruit and bamboo, are also grown in Oklahoma.
  • Famous Oklahomans include: Singer Garth Brooks, Broadcaster Paul Harvey, Humorist Will Rogers, Baseball Player Johnny Bench, Poet John Berryman, Singer Jeremy Castle, Astronaut Gordon Cooper, Baseball Player Mickey Charles Mantle, engineer Karl Guthe Jansky, Comedian Dan Rowan, New York Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, Singer Reba McEntire, Actor Brad Pitt, Evangelist Oral Roberts, Composer Roy Harris, Author Tony Hillerman, Astronaut Owen K. Garriott, Actor Ben Johnson, Actress Jennifer Jones, Actor Tony Randall, actor James Garner, American Music Award winner Toby Keith, and Dr. Phil.
  • Oklahoma is the third largest natural gas-producing state in the nation.
  • Oklahoma has 43 colleges and universities.
  • The highest point in the state is Black Mesa in Cimarron County at 4,973 feet; the lowest is due east of Idabel in McCurtain County at 287 feet.
  • Forests cover approximately 24 percent of Oklahoma.
  • Oklahoma is bordered by the following six states: Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico.
  • The official song and anthem of the State of Oklahoma is "Oklahoma," composed and written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein.