Map of Oklahoma
The State of Oklahoma derives its name from the Choctaw words “Okla” and “ humma” meaning Red People and so is often nicknamed as the Land of the Red Man.
This reference map of Oklahoma is a handy reference which provides valuable geographic information and presents an overview of the urban space and provides valuable geographic information.
Shaded relief provides a three dimensional feel of the state’s topography. Significant terrain markings are Black Mesa, Ouachita Mountains, Arbuckle Mountains, Wichita Mountains, Ozark Mountains, Rivers and lakes.
This informative and attractive piece of cartography designed by experts of Globe Turners can be ordered in four different finishes.
Details on the map
The map of Oklahoma depicts the urban layout of the state with rich imagery and accurate map data. The state capital Oklahoma City and all primary and secondary towns are named and marked with readable fonts. Route charts of interstate, national and state highways are illustrated with specific numbering and color coded thread markings. Freeways, tolls ways and other major roads are also drawn out clearly.
Terrain features like Black Mesa the highest peak, Ouachita Mountains, Arbuckle Mountains, Wichita Mountains, Ozark Mountains, Rivers and lakes are indicated with preciseness and captioned with clarity. Airports locations, national parks, state parks, recreational areas and points of interest can also be placed with ease. Separate frames highlight an elaborate know-how of cities which include Lawton, Still Waters, Tulsa and Oklahoma City.
The topography, detailed transportation network, names of primary and secondary cities marked in their true location. State boundaries are demarcated with contrasting tones for easy understanding.
This visual organizer also furnishes detailed information on towns/ cities and counties laid out in a tabular form. An additional chart provides the driving distances measured in miles, between towns and cities. An elaborate key table simplifies symbolic data like national highways, state highways, important settlement, airports, national park, state park etc. The map also includes a miniature map of the US pinpointing the placement of Oklahoma and a digitized flag of the state.
It also highlights the placement of major settlements with box indicators which include Lawton, Still Waters, Tulsa and State capital Oklahoma City. The detailed city layout of these urban settlements is projected in separate insets complete with latest street information, accurate location of landmarks and notable buildings, parks and military installations.
This map of Oklahoma is also furnished with a city/town index, County index, driving distance markers, elaborate legend and a miniature map of the US indicating the placement of Oklahoma along with a digitized flag of the State.
Where is Oklahoma on the map
Oklahoma is located in the south central region of the United States. It is bordered by Kansas to the north, Arkansas to the east and Missouri to the north east. Texas borders the state in the south and in the west. New Mexico can be placed on the west and Colorado on the northwest.
Region Location on the map of Oklahoma
According to the USCB the State of Oklahoma is located in the south region and falls under West South Central in Division 4. The other States under this division are Arkansas, Louisiana, and Texas.
Counties in Oklahoma
Oklahoma is divided into 77 counties. The most populous county of the state is Oklahoma County and the least populous is Cimarron County. The largest county in terms of land area is Osage County.
Time Zone in Oklahoma
Most of Oklahoma falls under the Central time zone and observes the Central Standard Time (CST) which is 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time. Kenton, OK located at the base of Black Mesa is the only town which follows the Mountain Standard Time.
Zip Code of Oklahoma
The Zip Code range of Oklahoma is 73001-74966
“The Sooner State” is the 28th most populous state of the USA. The state’s economy is anchored by natural gas, oil, telecommunication, biotechnology, aviation and energy sectors. Oklahoma is also known as “The World’s Prison Capital” as it has the highest rate of imprisonment compared to any other country in the world.
Major cities of Oklahoma
The map feature includes four informative insets of major urban settlements of the state. Each frame is complete with latest street information, military installation, rail routes and airports. Accurate locations of landmarks, notable architecture, historical sites, utility and civic centers are indicated with clarity. Parks and forest areas are easily recognizable in each frame with green patches and specified symbols elaborated in the legend.
City Inset of Oklahoma City
Oklahoma City is the Capital of the state and also its largest city. The land area of the city extends over four counties namely Oklahoma, Canadian, Cleveland and Pottawatomie Counties. It is the seat of Oklahoma county and the second largest city of the nation in terms of land area. The economy of the state is anchored by Oil, Natural gas, petroleum products and related industries. It also houses the world largest livestock markets. Points of interest that can be located on the frame include Museum of Art, Oklahoma City University, Science Museum, Museum of Osteology, heritage museum and national memorial. Natural spaces and recreational areas include Myriad Botanical Garden, Remington Park, Lake Hefner and Lake Overholser and the Oklahoma river. Interstate 35,44,40, 235 and 240 serve the city along with US Routes and state highways. All highways are specifically numbered for easy orientation. Passenger railroads as well as Airport locations are also marked out on the inset.
City Inset of Lawton
The city of Lawton is located in the great plains region and consists of the Wichita Mountains. It is the seat of Comanche County and the principal city of Lawton, Oklahoma Metropolitan and Statistical Area. It is the fifth largest city of the state. The major national historical sites located in the city inset are Mattie Beal House, Carnegie Library, Churches and Mahoney-Clark House. The city encompasses 80 parks and recreational areas some of them are Lake Lawtonka, Lake Ellsworth, Elmer Thomas Lake, Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge, US Fish and Wildlife Refuge and more. The inset is elaborated with up to date street information with numbered highways, route charts, airport locations and railroads. The H.E. Bailey Turnpike conng with US highway 62, 277 and 281.
City Inset of Still Waters
This inset enables the fastest possible orientation of the city of Still Waters With numbered highways and accurate landmark locations. The city is marked as the 10th largest city of Oklahoma and is the seat of Payne County. It is the home to major educational institutions of the state like Oklahoma State University, Northern Oklahoma College and Meridian Technology Center. The city encompasses many parks and recreational areas which include Carl Blackwell lakes, Boomer Lake, ball complexes, Armory Gymnasium and Golf Courses. Points of interest that can be placed on the inset are The National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum, Washington Irving Museum, Art museums, Galleries and historical monuments. The two main highways serving the city are Oklahoma State Highway 51 and US highway 177.
City Inset of Tulsa
Tulsa the “ Oil Capital of the World”, is the second largest city of Oklahoma and seat of Tulsa County. It is located on the banks of the Arkansas River between the foothills of Osage and Ozark Mountains. It is a major hub of oil industries and the economy is led by the energy sector. The city is home to many museums like the Philbrook Museum of Art, Gilcrease Museum and Oklahoma Aquarium. Civic centers, historical monuments, universities and schools are prominently marked on the inset. The city encompasses 134 parks and recreational areas which include natural spaces, botanical gardens, River parks and more. Tulsa has an intricate highway system which is numbered and elaborately laid out for reference. Interstate highway 44 and 244 serves the city along with US highways 412, 169, 75 and 64. Airports, rail routes, ports and waterways are also indicated with clarity on the frame.
Index and Legend
The map is furnished with a tabular index of town and cities, a County index and a driving distance marker which help locate all primary and secondary towns on the map. The Legend elaborates symbolic data like national parks, State parks, military areas, highways, important roads, airports and other details of the title frame.
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