Oklahoma is divided into six land regions by location: Northwest, Central, Northeast, Southeast, South Central, and Southwest.
Agriculture continues to be an important industry for the Sooner State, generating $6.2 billion in revenue. There are approximately 86,000 farms in the state, covering 35.1 million acres. The average size farm comprises 438 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to all 77 counties.
Oklahoma’s top commodities are cattle and hogs. Its most valuable crops are wheat and nursery products. The state also grows substantial quantities of hay, cotton, and soybeans. Most of the cropland is found in the western area of the state.
Oklahoma wildlife is abundant within the state on both land and water. Its primary wildlife includes white-tailed deer, elk, pronghorn, black bears, and wild turkeys. Popular fish species include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, blue catfish, and channel catfish.
Oklahoma is committed to protecting its fish and wildlife habitats.
Major Rivers and Lakes
Oklahoma’s three longest rivers are the Arkansas River, Red River, and Canadian River. Their main tributaries include the Cimarron River, Salt Fork River, and Grand River.
Eufaula Lake, the largest lake in Oklahoma, is located on the Canadian River. The surface area of this lake is approximately 102,016 acres (159.4 square miles). Other significant lakes include Lake Texoma and Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees, which exceed 135,526 surface area acres.
State and National Parks
Oklahoma has 35 state parks and 6 national parks.
Chickasaw National Recreation Area
Fort Smith National Historic Site
Oklahoma City National Memorial
Santa Fe National Historic Trail
Trail of Tears National Historic Trail
Washita Battlefield National Historic Site
||New Mexico, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas
||Northwest, Central, Northeast, Southeast, South Central, and Southwest
||White-tailed deer, elk, pronghorn, black bears, and wild turkeys
||Squirrels, rabbits, migratory birds
||Largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, spotted bass, blue catfish, and channel catfish
|Total Public Land Acreage
|Average Annual Rainfall
|Farmland by Acreage
|Woodlands by Acreage
||Wheat, nursery products, hay, cotton, and soybeans
||Lake Texoma and Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees
||Arkansas River, Red River, and Canadian River
||Cimarron River, Salt Fork River, and Grand River
Our Rural Real Estate Offices
Mossy Oak Properties Oklahoma began with the goal of becoming a trusted resource for folks looking to buy or sell rural land for sale in Oklahoma. Our land brokers and agents understand what people are looking for in rural property because we share the same lifestyle and love for the land as you do. We understand the importance of honor and integrity and that buying or selling land is an emotional and life-changing experience for consumers.
Only Mossy Oak Properties Oklahoma can provide the powerful combination of brand strength, local expertise, quality service, and national exposure. Whether you want to buy or sell rural real estate, a Mossy Oak Properties land specialist is a must-have on your team.
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