Yukon, Oklahoma is home to the Millers! This little town was in proximity to fertile farmland in the early 1900’s, and quickly thrived as an urban center for all farmers. It only made sense to build a mill in the middle of the town. This mill soon became one of the largest flour mills in the area.
Yukon has only grown since the early 1900s and is now home to almost 30,000 residents. In the 26 square miles of Yukon, there are 422 acres park land, large retail chains, and amazing restaurants. These chains have flocked to Yukon in the last 5 years making it the city outside the city in many resident’s eyes.
The city is on the leading edge as they have listened to what the residents want and delivered, from splash pads for the kids to over 35 different activities at the Dale Robertson Center. This town has something for everyone.
The school system is ever growing, with nine elementary schools, one intermediate, and one alternative learning center. Yukon also has it’s own middle school and a brand new high school.
Housing in Yukon is well sought after with the average home listed in the $130,000 range. With new additions breaking ground annually this community is growing. Whether you are looking to move to Yukon or looking to buy your next home in Yukon this town is the perfect place to make that investment.