Land For Sale in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Diversity

The state of Oklahoma is much more than the endless grassland it is famous for. In fact, Oklahoma has the nation's most diverse terrain, when compared mile for mile. Famous for the Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Will Rogers Memorial, this Midwestern state is part of our nation's pioneer heritage. Today, its natural beauty, national parks, and rolling mountains make it the perfect place to purchase property. Now is a great time to buy land in Oklahoma.

Land For Sale in Oklahoma

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$10,500,000#OK1041407

1,500 acres

Stigler, OK 74462

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$12,300,000#OK966569

4,641 acres

Red Oak, OK 74563

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$10,881,300#OK1025242

2,520 acres

Boswell, OK 74727

Buy Land in Oklahoma by County

Adair
Alfalfa
Atoka
Beaver
Beckham
Blaine
Bryan
Caddo
Canadian
Carter
Cherokee
Choctaw
Cimarron
Cleveland
Coal
Comanche
Cotton
Craig
Creek
Custer
Delaware
Dewey
Ellis
Garfield
Garvin
Grady
Grant
Greer
Harmon
Harper
Haskell
Hughes
Jackson
Jefferson
Johnston
Kay
Kingfisher
Kiowa
Latimer
Le Flore
Lincoln
Logan
Love
Major
Marshall
Mayes
McClain
McCurtain
McIntosh
Murray
Muskogee
Noble
Nowata
Okfuskee
Oklahoma
Okmulgee
Osage
Ottawa
Pawnee
Payne
Pittsburg
Pontotoc
Pottawatomie
Pushmataha
Roger Mills
Rogers
Seminole
Sequoyah
Stephens
Texas
Tillman
Tulsa
Wagoner
Washington
Washita
Woods
Woodward

The Sooner State 

Oklahoma is known as the Sooner State. Originally, the state was created for the exclusive use of Native Americans. It still has the largest population of Native Americans in the United States. It was opened to settlers in 1889 in the Oklahoma Land Rush, and that's where the state's nickname came from. Cities include Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Norman, Edmund, and Broken Arrow.

Land in Oklahoma 

Land for sale in Oklahoma in modern day can be owned by citizens, corporations, individuals, Indian tribes or governments. Oklahoma is made up of 10 distinct different regions, each with their own different character and landscape. These areas are:

  1. The High Plains
  2. The Gypsum Hills
  3. Red Beds Plains
  4. The Red River Valley Region
  5. The Wichita Mountains
  6. The Arbuckle Mountains
  7. Sandstone Hills
  8. Ouachita Mountains
  9. Prairie Plains
  10. The Ozark Plateau

The landscape in Oklahoma varies greatly. The Ozark Plateau has winding rivers with deep valley walls. The Sandstone Hills are partially covered in forest, and the Red River Valley is a rolling prairie. Each mountainous region has its own distinct characteristics. The Gypsum Hills for instance shine in the sun due to their gypsum content and are sometimes called the Glass Hills.

Natural Resources 

The greatest natural resources in Oklahoma are its abundant and fertile soil, and its mineral deposits. Petroleum, which was discovered in 1905, is also abundant, with gas strikes made in all 77 of Oklahoma's counties. Oklahoma ranches for sale also have abundant natural beauty, rivers, mountains, and streams.

Farms, Farmland, and Rural Real Estate 

Oklahoma has acres of farms and farmland for sale. The rich soil is ideal for farming. Oklahoma has ranches, farms, OK hunting land, timber land, and Oklahoma ranches for sale here! Its diverse terrain means there is just about every type of land available. Properties range from small residential plots to sprawling estates with thousands of acres.

Oklahoma Industry 

Not surprisingly, Oklahoma's top industry is agriculture and farming. There are also manufacturing and service sectors that are poised for renewal and growth.

Agriculture 

Beef is Oklahoma's number one livestock product. It is the 5th leading producer of beef in the United States, and the production of beef cattle is Oklahoma's top income producing industries. Other important livestock products include:

  • Hogs
  • Young chickens or broilers
  • Dairy products
  • Chicken eggs
  • Sheep and lamb
  • Turkeys
  • Farm-raised catfish

The top agricultural crop in Oklahoma is wheat. In fact, it is the fourth largest producer of wheat in the nation. Other agricultural products include:

  • Hay
  • Cotton
  • Soybeans
  • Corn for grain
  • Peanuts
  • Watermelons
  • Pecans
  • Grain Sorghum
  • Rye

Mining 

Oklahoma ranks as one of the most important producers of oil and natural gas in the nation. It is also the only state that produces Iodine. Petroleum, coal, crushed stone, sand and gravel are also mined.

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