There are many great places to live in Oklahoma, but safety is usually a determining factor when deciding where to move. According to Neighborhood Scout’s crime rates for Oklahoma, these 10 cities have the least amount of crime in the Sooner state:
Located in southern Oklahoma in Coal County, Coalgate's population was 1,967 as of the 2010 census. The Ouachita Mountains are at the eastern end of Coalgate. It was founded in 1889 as a coal mining camp.
9. Mountain View
Mountain View is a tiny town with a population of 787 people and only one neighborhood. It has one of the lowest crime rates in the nation.
Clayton is another small town with a population of 797 people. The town is pretty quiet as it has a small amount of young children, renters and college age residents.
Kingston is a town in Marshall County with a population of 1,601. It is home to the oldest alumni association in the state of Oklahoma.
With a population of 2,843, Wilburton is located within 5 miles of Robbers Cave State Park. It is also home to Eastern Oklahoma State College.
Achilles has a small population of 492 people and was originally part of the Chickasaw Nation in Indian Territory. The town's name comes from the Cherokee word, atsila, which means fire.
Boley was founded in 1903 as an all-black town. It is located in Okfuskee County with a population of 1,184. It has one of the smallest public school districts in Oklahoma.
3. Medicine Park
This beautiful town sits in The Wichita Mountains with a population of 382. It has been known as a quaint, cobblestone resort town.
Located in Texas County, Oklahoma, Texhoma shares it borders with Texas and Oklahoma. The population is 926 people.
1. Big Cabin
This little town has a population of 256 people and was named after a local landmark...a plank cabin. It has a great location in Northeastern Oklahoma near 3 main lakes...Grand, Hudson and Oologah.
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