"Your Base Camp For Exploring Northwest Oklahoma"

Woodward is the home to 12,000 friendly people, located in the middle of northwest Oklahoma. Visitors to Woodward are drawn to the mixture of wide open spaces, natural beauty and small town hospitality.

From its beginnings in 1887 with the coming of the railroad and the great cattle drives, to cycles of oil booms and busts (and booms again).

Woodward has grown from a rough and tumble frontier town to a jewel shining on the prairie.

With lots of new hotels rooms and restaurants, great local events and the blessings of the great outdoors, Woodward has enough to keep you coming back year after year.

Woodward is located in northwestern Oklahoma, on the eastern edge of the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles. As the largest city in an area of nine counties, it is a commercial hub in northwestern Oklahoma. Visit Woodward and discover a beautiful community. With great weather, friendly people and an action-packed lifestyle, it’s easy to see why so many people love to visit Woodward, Oklahoma. Come discover this picturesque city for yourself! Woodward is proud to be leading the way in ‘green’ technology. More than 450 wind-powered turbines line the hills of Woodward, generating power and employing hundreds in the area.

  • TOP FIVE FRIENDLIEST TOWNS IN AMERICA by Rand McNally
  • TOP 100 PLACES TO LIVE by bizjournal.com
  • 32ND BEST HUNTING & FISHING TOWN IN AMERICA by Outdoor Life Magazine

 

 

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