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Beautiful scenery around Pryor attracts all who love nature and outdoor life. An abundance of lakes, parks and waterfalls provide opportunities for anyone who enjoys nature walks, fishing and all water sports at their finest. Pryor is located in the “Heart of Green Country,” less than 50 miles from more than 2,500 miles of lakeshore - and just 10 minutes from Lake Hudson one of Oklahoma’s most beautiful lakes and an angler’s paradise.
Discover Downtown Pryor - with blocks of unique locally owned shops and boutiques. Take in a movie at the Allred Theater - a restored 1916 vaudeville movie house. Stop by one of our restaurants for local home-style southern cooking and bar-b-que, as well as Continental Grills, Mexican, Chinese, Italian, and major chain restaurants.
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Mayes County is located near the northeastern corner of Oklahoma – 683.51 square miles divided by the Grand River, and of the total area, 27.37 square miles is surface water.
The eastern half lies on the edge of the Ozark Plateau, or Ozark Uplift, characterized by flat areas divided by deep, V-shaped stream valleys. The western half of the county lies in the Prairie Plains. The incorporated towns include Adair, Chouteau, Disney, Grand Lake Towne, Langley, Locust Grove, Pensacola, Pryor, Salina, Spavinaw, Sportsmen Acres, and Strang.
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