Yukon Information

Yukon Information

Yukon, Oklahoma

 

Introduction to Yukon

     Yukon, located  in Canadian county, is 14 miles West of Oklahoma City.  The people of the city are in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Yukon has a population of more than 20,000.

Yukon History

     Yukon was founded in 1891 by a cattleman from Texas named A. N. Spencer. It was incorporated in 1901. The city was named after the Yukon River in Alaska. The telephone system of the area began in 1892. The city is the hometown of actor Dale Robertson and country singer Garth Brooks.

Yukon and nearby Attractions

 

  • Yukon Hills Plaza Shopping Center
  • White Water Bay Water Park
  • Oklahoma State Museum of History
  • Henry Overholser Mansion
  • State Capital State Park
  • World of Wings Pigeon Center

 

Things To Do In Yukon

     Yukon offers easy access to the Edmond Historical Society Museum, the Oklahoma State Museum of History, the Harn Homestead Museum, the Oklahoma City Museum of Art and the Omniplex Science Museum. The State Capital State Park is a few minutes' drive away. One can also pay a visit to the White Water Bay Water Park. One can shop at the Yukon Hills Plaza Shopping Center or the Chisholm Shopping Center. Every October, Yukon hosts the Oklahoma Czech Festival.

Yukon Transportation

     Will Rogers World Airport is nearby.

Yukon Higher Education

     Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City University and Oklahoma City Community College offer courses in higher education.

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Oklahoma City OK 73116
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