Nestled against the rolling wooded foothills and forests of the Ozark Mountains, surrounded by sparkling rivers and majestic lakes, Mayes County puts you in the heart of Northeast Oklahoma’s “Green Country,” a region where verdant landscapes and vibrant lifestyles inspire deep satisfaction for all ages. Enjoy a bounty of big city-big country advantages:
Diverse lifestyle options: Whether your choice is luxury lakeside living along any of the area’s five beautiful lakes, or spreading out on rural acreage, or settling comfortably into friendly small-town neighborhoods, a variety of housing styles and settings promise perfect life satisfaction.
City lights less than 40 minutes away: In Tulsa, Oklahoma’s second largest city, enjoy a feast of arts offerings—ballet, symphony, art galleries, opera and pop concerts and renowned museums like the Gilcrease and Philbrook—as well as a full menu of dining and shopping. And don’t miss intercollegiate and professional sports, including pari-mutuel horse racing and premiere casino venues. More
An active arts beat in Mayes County: Enjoy the rhythm of life in an area infused with historic Native American culture and a cowboy heritage celebrated in fun-filled Cowboy Days. Mayes County is also home to legendary rock festival, Rocklahoma.
A recreational paradise: So many refreshing getaways, so many lush natural settings—Lake Hudson within a 10-minute drive, four other lakes within a 30-minute drive and more state parks in Green Country than any other region of Oklahoma—not to mention plenty of suburban recreational fun to please sportsman and non-sportsman alike. More
Excellent schools and healthcare: With 13 colleges and universities within 80 miles (one right here at MidAmerica) and eight great public schools in Mayes County, plus excellent health care services in Mayes County and nearby Tulsa, you can be assured of living well and learning to the highest standards. More
All American Communities
The city of Pryor Creek is located just four miles north of the park or just a 5-minute commute to work. With a population of 9,469 people in 2013, Pryor Creek offers a beautiful and quiet rural lifestyle. Although the city is commonly known as Pryor, the official name is Pryor Creek. Over 85 organizations and civic clubs are enthusiastically attended by residents from Mayes County (40,804 population in 2013). Ranging from the Pryor Chamber of Commerce to the Green Country Antique Tractor Club, Pryor Creek has something to offer everyone.
The city of Chouteau is located just four miles south of park with essentially the same commuting time to work. From 2000 to 2013, the population has increased to 2,096 and is ideally situated at the intersection of US Highway 412 and US Highway 69, both four-lane highways. This strategic location offers many commercial opportunities and a bright future for continued growth.
MidAmerica is also located just 10 minutes from Lake Hudson, the region's "best kept secret" for being one of the best fishing lakes in Oklahoma. Other nearby lakes also offer exceptional fishing opportunities along with skiing and sailing.
Located just two miles east of the park is an 18-hole municipal golf course considered by many as one of the finest municipal courses in the state.
Recently, three area leaders were recognized for their efforts and commitment to northeast Oklahoma through workforce development initiatives. Barbara Hawkins of the Pryor Area Chamber of Commerce, David…
MidAmerica Industrial Park provides a $1.4 billion economic impact annually according to a report compiled by the Tulsa Regional Chamber. Officials at MidAmerica recently completed the 2016 impact study…