Beaver County, Oklahoma
Beaver County Courthouse
County Seat: Beaver
The county was created in 1907 during the time Oklahoma because a state. It is one of three counties in the panhandle; the other two are Texas and Cimarron. It is said that this county was named after the many beaver dams found in the Beaver River.
The courthouse architect was George P Washburn & Sons of Ottawa; they also designed many other county courthouses in the state.
The national register of national places
- Beaver County Courthouse, Beaver City
- Floris Grain Elevator, Floris
- Gate School, Gate
- Knowles Grain Elevator, Turpin
- Lane Cabin, Beaver City
- Lonker Archeological Site, Gate
- Old Settler’s Irrigation Ditch, Rosston
- Presbyterian Church, Beaver City
- Rose, Billy, Archeological Site, Mocane
- Sharps Creek Crossing Site, Turpin
- Turpin Grain Elevator, Turpin
Places of Interest in Beaver County.
Beaver Dunes State Park
Owned and operated by the city of Beaver
since August 15, 2011.
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