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Best Places to Retire in Oklahoma

Best Places to Retire in Oklahoma
Do you want to retire in Oklahoma? Below are our recommendations for the best places to retire in Oklahoma. Click on the destination links to find area description and characteristics, area amenities and things to do, climate and weather, housing options, cost of living, senior assistance, area demographics and job & volunteer opportunities.

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retire in Duncan, Oklahoma in Great Plains Country of Southwest OklahomaDuncan, Oklahoma in Great Plains Country of Southwest Oklahoma, Oklahoma - The spirit that turned cowboys into legends, cattlemen into men of fortune and oilmen into giants lives on in Duncan, Oklahoma. Originally a small trading post at the intersection of the Chisholm Trail cattle road and the military passage between Ft. Arbuckle and Ft.


retire in StillwaterStillwater, Oklahoma - Stillwater is a small community with vibrancy, according to CNN/Money Magazine which ranked Stillwater on its list of "American's Best Small cities. Stillwater has much to offer residents of all ages and interests, with affordable housing and proximity to excellent medical care. It is home to 20 parks, with biking and jogging routes which transverse the community.

retire in EdmondEdmond, Oklahoma - Located in the heart of Oklahoma, just north of Oklahoma City, Edmond is considered by many to be the "Crown Jewel" of Oklahoma. If you're passing through, attending a convention or sporting event, taking a family vacation, or looking to relocate, Edmond is an exciting community that is sure to meet your needs.


retire in Lake Texoma area/Southeast OklahomaLake Texoma area/Southeast Oklahoma, Oklahoma - Marshall County may be the smallest county in Oklahoma, but it is filled with numerous attractions available year round for the whole family. Marshall County is conveniently located two hours from both Dallas/Ft. Worth and Oklahoma City; and 30 miles from both Durant, OK to the east and Ardmore, OK to the west.

retire in McCurtain CountyMcCurtain County, Oklahoma - McCurtain County Tourism Authority is located in Southeastern Oklahoma. It is home of Beavers Bend Resort Park, Broken Bow Lake, Pine Creek Lake, the Red Slough Wetlands, and the Ouachita National Forest. WELCOME TO MCCURTAIN COUNTY OKLAHOMA Find Out Whats Around the Beavers Bend? The Ouachita National Forest wraps the Beavers Bend area in a thick blanket of color.

retire in NortheastNortheast, Oklahoma - Ottawa County, Oklahoma is in the far northeast corner of the state. The region is considered "green country" with beautiful scenery and agriculture. Miami is the hub of the region, and the famous Rt. 66 also serves as Miami's Main Street. The historic downtown district is home to quaint shops, restaurants and the Coleman Theatre Beautiful.

retire in Southeastern OklahomaSoutheastern Oklahoma, Oklahoma - Eufaula, Oklahoma is a lake community located in the central part of the lake which is the largest lake in Oklahoma covering over 800 miles of shoreline. Eufaula is a small community of less than 3000 people but with lots of things to do. It is a center of fishing, boating and other water sports, as well as in town activities.


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