Davis (Oklahoma)

Davis is a small town at the foot of the Arbuckle Mountains in the Chickasaw Country region of Oklahoma.

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The main part of Davis is easily accessible from Interstate highway I-35 at Exit 55, to the east.

The city’s boundaries are quite strange. The city has owned the Turner Falls area for about a century, even though it’s a couple of miles away from the main town. As a result, the city boundaries encompass one large area southwest of the I-35/US-77 interchange and a smaller area around the intersection of US-77 with Oklahoma State Highway 7, plus the highways to the west and south of the old city to connect the two areas, and two miles of Crazy Horse Airport Road heading north.

Map of Davis (Oklahoma)

State Highway 7 runs through the center of town, connecting Davis to the nearby town of Sulphur. US Highway 77 runs south to Interstate 35.

  • 34.425278-97.1486111 Turner Falls Park, I-35 and Highway 77, +1 580 369-2988 (M-Th only). 1500-acre park run by the city. Includes the largest waterfall in Oklahoma, as well as many springs, recreation areas, and some important geological features. Cabin lodging is available. 1 May-30 Sep $12; 1 Oct-30 April $4.  

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