Oklahoma

Light green counties are those counties we have taken images of county courthouses.

All images on this page has been taken by Scott and Ren, unless otherwise cited. 
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Oklahoma County Courthouses

We have visited 37 of the 77 County Courthouses in Oklahoma.

Adair County
County Seat: Stilwell Oklahoma
First built: 1894
Addition built: 1977

Alfalfa County
County Seat:  Cherokee

 Current built: 1921

Atoka County
County Seat:  Atoka
First built: 1913
Current built: 1964

 Cherokee County
County Seat: Tahlequah
First built: 1869
Rebuilt after fire: 1928
Current built: 1979

Cimarron County
County Seat:  Boise City
Current built: 1925

Craig County
County Seat:  Vinita
First built:  1920
Current built:  2007

Creek County
County Seat:  Sapulpa
Current built:  1914

Delaware County
County Seat:  Jay
Current Built:  1941

Garfield County
County Seat:  Enid
First built:  1907
Current built: 1934

Grant County
County Seat:  Medford
Current built:  1910

Ellis County
County Seat: Arnett 
Current built: 1912

Greer County
County Seat:  Magnum
Current built: 1903
Cupola removed: 1940

Harmon County
County Seat:  Hollis
Current built: 1926

Jackson County
County Seat:  Altus
Current built: 1910
Dome removed 1938

Kay County
County Seat: Newkirk
First built:  1989
Current built:  1926

Kingfisher County
County Seat:  Kingfisher
First built:  1903
Current built: 1960

Kiowa County
County Seat: Hobart
Current built: 1903

Latimer County
County Seat:  Wilburton
First built:  1915
Current built: 1938 (WPA)

LeFlore County
County Seat:  Poteau
Current built: 1927

McCain County
County Seat:  Purcell
First built:  1907
Current built: 1927

McIntosh County
County Seat:  Eufaula
Current built: 1927

Muskogee County
County Seat: Muskogee
First built: 1907
Current built: 1928

Nowata County
County Seat:  Nowata
Current built: 1912

Oklahoma County
County Seat:  Oklahoma City
First built:  1902
Current built: 1937

Okmulgee County
County Seat:  Okmulgee
First built: 1878
Current built: 1916

Osage County
County Seat:  Pawhuska
Current built: 1947

Payne County
County Seat:  Stillwater
First built: 1895
Current build:  1916
Additions:  1965, 2005, 2009

Pittsburg County
County Seat:  McAlester
First built: 1908 (hotel)
Converted to current:  1926

Rogers County
County Seat:  Claremore
First built:  1916
Remodeled:  1937
Current built: 2012

Texas County
County Seat:  Guymon
First built:  1918
Current built:  1926 

Tillman County
County Seat:  Frederick
Current built: 1921

Tulsa County
County Seat:  Tulsa
First built: 1911
Current built:  1955

Wagoner County
County Seat:  Wagoner
First built: 1908
Current built:  1940 (WPA)

Washington County
(current)
County Seat:  Bartelsville
First built:  1913
Current built:  1972

Washington County
(current)
County Seat:  Bartelsville
First built:  1913
Current built:  1972

Woods County
County Seat:  Alva
First built: 1904
Current built:  1956

Woodward County
County Seat:  Woodward
First built:  1901
Current built: 1936 (WPA)

Oklahoma State Parks

We have visited all 40 of the 40 State Parks in Oklahoma.

Alabaster Caverns
State Park

Woodward County
Visited May 12, 2019

Beavers Bend/Hochatown
State Park
McCurtain County
Visited December 31, 2016

Black Mesa State Park
Cimarron County
Visited August 10, 2018

Boiling Springs State Park
Woodward County
Visited June 30, 2019

Cherokee Landing
State Park

Cherokee County
Visited December 16, 2017

Clayton Lake State Park
Pushmataha County
Visited April 12, 2019

Fort Cobb State Park
Caddo County
Visited April 7, 2019

Foss State Park
Washita County
Visited June 17, 2018

Gloss Mountain State Park
Major County
Visited August 10, 2018

Grand Lake State Park
Bernice Area
Delaware County
Visited October 21, 2017

Grand Lake State Park
Cherokee Area
Mayes County
Visited June, 2018

Grand Lake State Park
Disney Area
Mayes County
Visited October 21, 2017

Grand Lake State Park
Honey Creek Area
Delaware County
Visited October 21, 2017

Grand Lake State Park
Little Blue Area
Mayes County
Visited October 24, 2020

Grand Lake State Park
Spavinaw Area
Mayes County
Visited October 21, 2017

Grand Lake State Park
Twin Bridges Area
Ottawa County
Visited September 14, 2017

Great Plains State Park
Kiowa County
Visited April 7, 2019

Great Salt Plains
State Park

Afalfa County
Visited February 4, 2018

Greenleaf State Park
Muskogee County
Visited November 4, 2017

Hugo Lake State Park
Choctaw County
Visited April 29, 2017

Keystone State Park
Tulsa County
Visited September 29, 2017

Lake Eufaula State Park
McIntosh County
Visited August 2, 2017

Lake Eufalula State Park
Arrowhead Area
Pittsburg County
Visited August 2, 2017

Lake Murry State Park
Carter & Love Counties
Visited June 25, 2017

Lake Texoma State Park
Bryan, Marshall, Johnston,
& Love

Visited March 19, 2017

Lake Thunderbird
State Park

Cleveland County
Visited June 8, 2019

Lake Wister State Park
LeFlore County
Visited November 20, 2017

Little Sahara State Park
Woods County
Visited June 30, 2019

McGee Creek State Park
Atoka County
Visited April 29, 2017

Natural Falls State Park
Delaware County
Visited July 31, 2017

Osage Hills State Park
Osage County
Visited June 16, 2017

Raymond Gary State Park
Choctaw County
Visited April 12, 2019

Robbers Cave State Park
Latimer County
Visited January 6, 2019

Roman Nose State Park
Blaine County
Visited October 28, 2017

Sequoyah State Park
Wagner County
Visited August 2, 2017

Sequoyah Bay State Park
Wagner County
Visited August 2, 2017

Talimena State Park
LeFlore County
Visited December 2016

Tenkiller State Park
Sequoyah County
Visited December 16, 2017

BONUS!!! Former Oklahoma State Parks

Adair State Park
Adair County
Owned and operated by Adair County since
September 15, 2011.

Beaver Dunes State Park
Beaver County
Owned and operated by the city of Beaver
since August 15, 2011.

Boggy Depot State Park
Atoka County
Park was taken over by the Choctaw tribe in 2012. National Register of Historic Places (#72001050)

Boswell State Park
Choctaw County
Owned and operated by the city of Bowell since 2011.

Brushy Lake State Park
Sequoyah County
Owned and operated by the city of Sallisaw in 2011.

Crowder Lake State Park
Washita County
Owned and operated by Southwestern Oklahoma State University since 2003.

Dripping Springs State Park
Okmulgee County
Owned and operated by the city of Okmulgee since 2015.

Heavener Runestone State Park
LeFlore County
Owned and operated by the city of Heavener since
August 15, 2011.

Lake Eucha State Park
Delaware County
Owned and operated by the city of Tulsa since 2011.

Okmulgee State Park
Okmulgee County
Owned and operated by the city of Okmulgee since 2015.

Quartz Mountain State Park
Greer & Kiowa Counties
One of the original seven Oklahoma State Parks, transferred to Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education in 2002.

Red Rock Canyon State Park
Caddo County
Owned and operated by the city of Hinton since 2020.

Rocky Ford State Park
Delaware County
There is no information about this park.

Snowdale State Park
Mayes County
The Oklahoma Parks Department decided to not reopen this park.  It will be closed permanently.

Wah-Sha-She State Park
Osage County
Labor Day, 2011, the Osage Nation took over management of the park, which is owned by the United States Army Corps of Engineers.

Walnut Creek State Park
Osage County
October 1, 2014, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers became responsible for the site.

National Park Service 

Chickasaw National
Recreation Area

Former Platt National Park
Murry County

Oklahoma City
National Memorial

Site of  April 19, 1995, bombing
Oklahoma County

Trail of Tears NPS Exhibit
Mrs Webber’s Plantation
Dispersal Camp
Adair County

Washita Battlefield
National Historic Site

Roger Mills County

National Forests, Grasslands, Refuges, & Scenic Drives

Black Kettle National Grasslands
Roger Mills County

Red Slough Wildlife
Management Area

McCurtain County

Talimena National
Scenic Byway
LeFlore County

Three Sticks Monument
Ouachita National Forest
LeFlore County

Tishomingo National
Wildlife Refuge

Johnston County

Witchita Mountain
Wildlife Refuge

Comanche, Jackson, Kiowa, and Greer Counties

Interesting Places

Five Civilized Tribes
Museum

Muskogee County

Washington Irving
Campsite Museum 
Payne County

McGee Creek Natural Scenic Recreation Area
Atoka County

Oklahoma Land Run
Memorial

Oklahoma County

Pops 66 Soda Ranch
(Route 66)
Oklahoma County

Arcadia Round Barn
(Route 66)
Oklahoma County

Turner Falls
Pickens County

Woody Guthrie
Memorial Park

Okfuskee County

Woody Guthrie Center
Tulsa County

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