Elk City, Oklahoma
Elk City has always been a shining example of western hospitality.
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Elk City is the epitome of Oklahoma and its rich heritage. From the establishment of what was once a rural community in 1901 to the development of Route 66 as the nation’s first highway system to world champion cowboys, Elk City represents the heart of the great state of Oklahoma.
Elk City is located in northeastern Beckham County in western Oklahoma. It’s on Interstate 40, State Highway 6, and Historic U.S. Route 66, approximately 110 miles west of Oklahoma City and 150 miles east of Amarillo, Texas. (from Wikipedia)
As of the census of 2010, there were 11,693 people residing in the city.