Oklahoma City, OK made the Forbes list of The Best Places to Retire in 2014!
We all love living here, but it’s nice to have our city recognized by none other than Forbes. Oklahoma City is the largest city in the state of Oklahoma and is known for its parks, varied festivals, national sporting events, museums and districts highlighting arts and entertainment. Its good economy and cost of living 7% below national average, makes it a perfect place to retire. The typical home price is about $161,000.
Looking for a list things to do? Check out this extensive list of Things To Do in Oklahoma. With everything from the Science Museum and the National Cowboy and Western Museum to Michael Murphy’s Dueling Pianos and the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Gardens there is something for everyone. And the best part of it all is most of it is located just minutes from The Fountains at Canterbury.