There are many cities and towns found in Oklahoma, including Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Broken Arrow, Stillwater, Elk City, Coweta, Tecumseh, Broken Bow, Forest Park and Texhoma. The largest city is Oklahoma City with nearly 600,000 inhabitants, as noted by the United States Census Bureau population figures for 2010. Tulsa is the second largest city in terms of population.
Some cities in Oklahoma with populations over 10,000 are Elk City and Muskogee. There are numerous cities and towns with a population of 1,000 or more, including Coweta, Tecumseh, Broken Bow, Fort Gibson and Hinton. Towns that have fewer than 1,000 residents are Forest Park and Texhoma, as noted by the Census Bureau.
These are only a few of the many different cities and towns in this state. Some facts on a few of the different cities cited are that Oklahoma City is the capital, Bacone College is in the city of Muskogee and Red Rock Canyon State Park is situated near the town of Hinton.
Some other cities and towns in Oklahoma are Lawton. Midwest City, Bethel Acres, Rust Springs and Apache. Many of these towns and cities also have popular tourist attractions, such as the statue found in Tulsa called the Golden Driller and the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum in Clinton. In Muskogee, there is the U.S.S. Batfish Military Museum. The U.S.S. Batfish was a submarine during World War II.