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About Us

Anadarko is located 60 miles southwest of Will Rogers Airport in Oklahoma City. We have a population of approximately 7,000. We are known as Indian City, U.S.A. as we have seven local tribes in this area including: Wichita and Affiliated Tribes, Caddo Nation, Delaware Nation, Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, Comanche Nation, Apache Tribe of Oklahoma, and Fort Sill Apache Tribe.

We are home to the National Hall of Fame for Famous American Indians, the Southern Plains Indian Museum which is operated by the Department of Interior, Riverside Indian School administered by the Bureau of Indian Education, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs for Western Oklahoma who services 43,000 tribal members.

In September 2015, we became the first municipality in Oklahoma to recognize Indigenous People’s Day.

The Chamber works closely with Anadarko Economic Development Authority, The City of Anadarko elected officials and staff, Seven Local Tribes and The Caddo County Fairgrounds to actively promote our community.

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