Kay County is located along the I-35 corridor on the Kansas border in north-central Oklahoma, and home to the historic former 101 Ranch. Much of the landscape in western Kay County is dominated by dryland farming, with tallgrass prairie and ranching operations much more prevalent in eastern Kay County. Several major creeks, the Chikaskia River, Salt Fork of the Arkansas River, and the Arkansas River proper flow through Kay County, enhancing the varied nature of farm and ranch land, along with hunting and fishing land for sale county-wide. Kaw Reservoir, a major U.S. Army Corps of Engineers impoundment on the Arkansas River, provides exceptional hunting, fishing and outdoor recreational opportunities.
Ponca City is a center of cultural and oil and gas corporate operations, with the Ponca and Kaw Nations’ headquarters both located nearby. The Pioneer Woman Museum and Marland Mansion are located in the heart of the city. Tonkawa is the home of the main campus of Northern Oklahoma College. Oil and gas, farming and ranching, hunting and fishing, and Native American culture are intricately intertwined in Kay County. Newkirk, the county seat, boasts one of Oklahoma’s most active “Main Street” programs.
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