Discover Oklahoma's Countryside
Quiet Towns & Charming Communities
Eager to live close to Tulsa but far from the hustle and bustle of the city? Looking for a community you can't help but love? Want to enjoy unforgettable community events, the wide-open spaces, beautiful scenery, and laid-back way of life that Oklahoma is famous for? You'll love all the countryside communities near Okmulgee! Take some time to explore what each area has to offer.
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This small town has grown from a mere stop on the railroad line to a tightly knit community of about 1,300 residents. You'll love its quiet setting, weekend rodeos, and access to Beggs Public Schools.
Live in a quaint and cozy small town, but access work, entertainment, and culture in the big city! Bristow is a bustling community with a huge park, local winery, casino, and quaint downtown.
Council Hill is named for a Muskogee landmark 5 miles west of town, where smoke signals from the top of the Hill called leaders from surrounding Muskogee communities for meetings of the Creek Council.
Glenpool is a popular city for those relocating to the Tulsa metro area who want to live in a quieter suburb. This area features acres of parkland, several attractions, and plenty of open space.
From Lakefest to the Christmas Parade to an annual Renaissance Fair, there is plenty to celebrate in Haskell. This small community is just 35 miles from Tulsa for easy access to the city.
In a small town older than a century, local history is treasured. Henryetta's historic downtown is the hub of community activity, so it's easy to get to know your neighbors in this town.
Morris certainly lives up to its motto, "the little city with a big welcome." This tightly knit community of friendly residents is ready to welcome you to your new home.
Mounds is the perfect small town with countryside charm. It's easy to meet your neighbors, run errands, and enjoy fun things to do without leaving your community.
Okmulgee is a bustling city that's home to year-round events, a nationally recognized Main Street, and a beautiful state park, not to mention a great downtown.
Preston is rich in history, modern attractions, and countryside charm. Only 35 minutes from Tulsa, this town is a quiet escape from city life but has easy access to shopping and dining.
In the mid 1920s, Sapulpa hit its first peak during the oil boom when the Frisco Railroad began to ship and develop through the area. Today, it's still a thriving small town.
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We'd be happy to introduce you to this beautiful area in person! Call us at 918-756-1249 to talk to our team, or explore what's available on the market right now in Oklahoma's countryside. When you find a property you like, just contact us and we can take you on a personal tour.