Around Tulsa

Welcome to Tulsa

Here you will find some really interesting information about the main spots of tulsa, as well as get to know about its nightlife and accomodations


Oklahoma borders with six states. With Texas In the south, with Kansas in the North. In the west - with New Mexico and Colorado, and in the East - with Arkansas and Missouri. Oklahoma's largest cities are Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, Lawton, Broken Arrow, Edmond, Midwest City, Enid, Moore, Stillwater. Oklahoma City is the capital of the state. The state is comprised of 77 counties. Oklahoma's name is got from two Choctaw words, "okla" meaning people, and "humma" meaning red; literally it means "red people".

In Oklahoma they grow wheat, cotton, cattle, poultry. The production is not very developed and presented mainly by processing of milk, fruits and vegetables, electronics and engineering industries.

Oklahoma has its own attractions. They are cultural center of Cherokee Indians with the renovated Indian village, reserve Ochita Lake Texoma. There are 43 colleges and universities in the state. This site will start to become more than an educational resource, but something more for Tulsa and its region, Stay tuned.