Atoka County, Oklahoma
Atoka County Courthouse
County Seat: Atoka
Atoka County was formed before statehood in 1907. In 1830 it was created to be the new home of the Choctaw Nation who had been forced to relocate from Georgia. They named the county Atoka in honor of Chief Atoka.
This county has many locations on the National Regester of Historical Places.
- Atoka Armory, Atoka
- Atoka Community Building, Atoka
- Isaac Billy Homestead and Family Cemetery, Daisy
- Boggy Depot Site, Atoka
- First Methodist Church Building, Atoka
- First Oil Well in Oklahoma, Wapanucka
- Indian Citizen Building, Atoka
- Captain Charles LeFlore House, Limestone Gap
- Masonic Temple, Atoka
- Bo McAlister Site, Wapanucka
- Middle Boggy Battlefield Site and Confederate Cemetery, Atoka
- Old Atoka County Courthouse, Atoka
- Old Atoka State Bank, Atoka
- Pioneer Club, Atoka
- Joe Ralls House, Atoka
- Captain James S. Standley House, Atoka
- Waddell’s Station Site, Wesley
- Zweigel Hardware Store Building, Atoka
Places of Interest in Atoka County.
Boggy Depot State Park
Park was taken over by the Choctaw tribe in 2012. National Register of Historic Places (#72001050)
McGee Creek State Park
Visited April 29, 2017
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