Few People Know This Remote County In Oklahoma Is The Only County In The U.S. That Touches Five States
Cimarron County is quite unique when it comes to Oklahoma counties. It’s not only the most remote place in the state, but it’s also the only county in the U.S. that touches five states, including its own. But the uniqueness doesn’t stop there. It’s also the only county in the state that doesn’t have a stoplight and it’s home to the highest point in the state. It’s known as “No Man’s Land,” but the beauty you find here is unlike any other in the state. We think it might just be one of the most beautiful places in Oklahoma! Keep scrolling to learn more about this odd-ball (and fascinating) county in the Sooner State.
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Have you ever visited Cimarron County and hiked to the top of Black Mesa? If so, tell us about your experience! If you’re looking to travel to Cimarron County and you’re interested in hiking, check out our previous camping article where you will learn all about pitching a tent in this remote area.
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Least Populated County In Oklahoma
- What is the least populated county in Oklahoma?
Oklahoma is home to an impressive 77 counties! Of these counties, many of them have very small populations – seven have less than 5,000 people calling it home. The least populated counties in Oklahoma are ones including:
- Cimarron County has a population of 2,271.
- Harmon County has a population of 2,540.
- Harper County has a population of 3,358.
- Roger Mills County has a population of 3,477.
- Ellis County has a population of 3,813.
Learn more about some of the cutest tiny towns in Oklahoma, many of which are located in these counties!
- What are the most populated counties in Oklahoma?
Now that we know the smallest counties in Oklahoma (population-wise), what are the largest counties in Oklahoma? The largest counties in the Sooner State include ones like:
- Oklahoma County has a population of 790,938.
- Tulsa County has a population of 664,084.
- Cleveland County has a population of 292,110.
- Canadian County has a population of 151,174.
- Comanche County has a population of 121,502.
Learn more about fun things to do in Oklahoma City, the capital city of beautiful Oklahoma.
- Which towns in the Oklahoma panhandle should I visit?
The Oklahoma panhandle is actually a pretty low-key, quiet place, though it does have a handful of small towns that are certainly worth visiting. Some of our favorite Oklahoma panhandle towns are ones such as:
- Boise City – This was actually the only city in the United States to be bombed during World War II. It’s a bit quieter nowadays.
- Beaver – With a population of fewer than 2,000 people, Beaver is one of those tiny towns where everyone knows your name.
- Black Mesa – While not officially a town, it is the highest point in Oklahoma and it’s pretty cool to climb to the top! You’ll find this landmark in the panhandle nearby Colorado and New Mexico.
Learn more about both of these small towns in Oklahoma, plus a handful more.