Kingfisher is a vibrant community with a thriving local economy on the outskirts of Oklahoma City, opening the gateway to Northwest Oklahoma. Located just 30 minutes northwest of Oklahoma City, residents enjoy the best qualities of small town rural Oklahoma living along with the culture, history and economic growth most often found in much larger cities. Kingfisher is also known at the birthplace of Sam Walton, founder of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Kingfisher’s main permanent tourist attractions include the Chisholm Trail Museum, Gov. Seay Mansion, Veterans Memorial, and Jesse Chisholm statue. These facilities preserve relics and information of the community’s unique heritage.
With a rich history predating statehood and progressive planning to prepare for tomorrow, Kingfisher is the ideal place to live, work, play and visit.