A vibrant community located just 30 miles northwest of Oklahoma City Kingfisher residents enjoy the great qualities of living in a small town along with the economic growth of much larger communities. Rich in culture and history Kingfisher is a great place to live, work, and play.
Kingfisher is located on US 81 equidistant between OKC and Enid. We are only 25 miles from the nations interstate crossroads (I-40, I-35 and I-44). Will Rogers Airport is just 40 minutes away and offers dozens of daily flight all over the country. Kingfisher is served by Union Pacific Railroad within a radius of 30 miles the population is approximately 314,000 people.
Kingfisher is very business friendly and also happens to be the county seat. The workforce available in Kingfisher is exceptional and the low cost of business coupled with several “greenfield” sites for commercial, residential and retail development makes Kingfisher a more than ideal community for business.
School and Higher Education
Kingfisher ISD consistently ranks among the best in both state and national scores. Gilmore Elementary, Heritage 3r and 4th Grade Center, Kingfisher Middle and Kingfisher High School are all located within close proximity of each other and provide an excellent preparatory education base to students for higher education.
The Chisholm Technology Center provides technical/vocational training and is located a short distance west of Kingfisher.
Kingfisher Quality of Life
Kingfisher was born overnight due to the famous Land Run of 1889 and is also known for such notables as Sam Walton and W.C. Coleman the inventor of the Coleman lantern. Kingfisher is a fantastic place to live, work and raise a family. The cost of living is very low, in fact, it’s 23% lower than than the national average. Kingfisher attractions include; Jesse Chisholm statue, Kingfisher Park and Aquatic Center, Military Memorial, 8 mile Kingfisher Trails, many historic Victorian homes along Main Street, a championship golf course and the annual “Kingfisher in Lights” display.