Oklahoma August 23, 2015
Most People Don’t Know These 12 Super Tiny Towns In Oklahoma Exist
There is something so charming about small towns, even super small towns. Some are in the country far away from big cities, while others are just around the corner from all the hustle and bustle. Here are 12 of Oklahoma’s tiniest towns:
Named after two Cherokee brothers, William Adair and Walter Thompson Adair, this town's population is 820. It is conveniently located about 10 miles north of Pryor.
Arcadia is home to two famous Route 66 landmarks, Round Barn and Pops. With just over 250 residents, Arcadia sees more visitors than that each day.
Located in the southwestern part of the state, Blair has a population of 806. It is the birthplace of former major league baseball player Bob Stephenson.
Carmen has only 355 people and is located in Alfalfa County. It is only a total of 1.5 square miles.
Chattanooga has just under 500 residents and is located in two counties, Comanche and Tillman.
With so much beauty around Clayton, you might be surprised the population is only 795. It is a regional trading center and the beautiful Sardis Lake is only a few miles away. The mountains top out at 1,600 ft. in elevation.
Named in honor of New York Senator, Chauncey M. Depew, this small town is located in Creek County with 479 residents. A little retreat resides in Depew and offers a serene, relaxing environment.
8. Medicine Park
Located in the Wichita Mountains, this quaint, cobblestone resort town has only 414 residents. It has many visitors year-round coming to Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge.
Everything is A-OK in Okay, Oklahoma. How many times do you think the residents here that one? With a population just over 600, Okay is located along the Verdigris River in Wagoner County.
Around 900 people live in Sentinel and enjoy the quiet small town in southwestern Oklahoma.
This southeast Oklahoma town is home to 331 residents and is home to professional bull rider and "Amazing Race" contestant, Cord McCoy.
This small town in Dewey County was part of the filming of the 2010 movie, "The Dome of Heaven." It even featured some of its residents, but not all 696.
What other tiny towns in Oklahoma should be on this list?