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The city of Davis, Oklahoma's Biggest Backyard. Not only do we feature a 77 foot waterfall, but many more attractions await you in the entire county. We hope you love this beautiful place as much as we do, and see what a gem we have in the unique landscape. It's also home to residents who are authentic and ready to greet you with a smile. We know we're fortunate to live in the heart of the Arbuckles, and we hope you enjoy your visit making memories that last a lifetime. We also ask that you help us preserve our natural resources for the next generations after us by leaving no trace. Please pick up your trash and recycle.

We would like to welcome our newest Davis Chamber members for 2017!

Yellow Rockers Square Dance Club

Larry Currie

Jim's Safe Place

Jim Holzberlein

JB Construction & Handyman Services

Joshua Bartholomew

Beyond Blessed Coffee Roasters

Kris Travis

Hector Construction Inc.

Larry Hector


Explore the Ancient Arbuckle Mountains in Southern Oklahoma!

History of the Arbuckle Mountains (The Heart of Chickasaw Country)

Before the Rockies and Sierras were formed the Arbuckle Mountains were in existence. Scientists say they were probably over 20,000 feet tall at one time!Arbuckle Oklahoma bison


Over 200 million years old, they are the some of the oldest mountains in America. The Arbuckle Mountains have been severely denuded as a result of millions of years of erosion. The mountains now appear as a moderately dissected, low plateau.


This region was once covered by a vast ocean and the remnants are still found on the beaches and in the rock with fossils and sea shells. The calcium-rich bodies of dead sea organisms also formed thick limestone layers; in some areas, limestone and shale deposits reach thickness of up to two miles DinosaursHoney Creek - Oklahoma once inhabited this region and skeletal remains have been found and are displayed at local museums like the Goddard Youth Museum here in Murray County.


During the Permian Era, the region's crust was forced upward, presumably by the Arbuckle Orogeny (uplift event). The force of this upheaval was so great that many of the sandstone, shale and limestone layers were broken and folded, creating large anticlines. Along with the folding process. River Bend Lodge riverThis upward thrust formed the Arbuckle Mountains.


The Arbuckle Mountains have always been a source of wonder for geology students and rock enthusiasts. The outcroppings of rocks you will see if you drive Interstate 35 and Highway 77, look like rows of tombstones!


The next time you enjoy a day in the Arbuckles at Turner Falls or Arbuckle LakeRiver Bend Lodge pond, imagine walking in dinosaur footsteps and exploring gigantic mountains of centuries ago.


Come enjoy our mild Winter, spectacular Spring, warm Summer and awesome Fall. Year-round, Davis Oklahoma and Murray County is the place to be!

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