Enid is the county seat of Garfield County, Oklahoma. The population was 47,045 at the 2000 census. It is in the Red Carpet Country region of Oklahoma. Enid was founded during the opening of the Cherokee Outlet by land run in 1893 and was originally a stop along the Chisolm Trail. It has also been the home of Vance Air Force Base since 1941.

Get in

As there is no passenger train or bus service to Enid, you will have to drive, bike or walk to get there. It is located about 70 miles from Oklahoma City. There is a regional airport with connections to Dallas and Oklahoma City, but most travelers find it more convenient and economic to fly into Wichita (ICT) or Oklahoma City (OKC).

Get around

Enid Transit and a small taxi service are two methods of getting around in Enid, Oklahoma.



You may witness small businesses play a game of "musical chairs", as each week there seems to be a new business popping up somewhere in place of an older one.



Go next

Routes through Enid

Amarillo Canadian  W  E  Jct Ponca City
Guymon Alva  W  E  Jct Sand Springs Tulsa
Wichita Jct  N  S  El Reno Chickasha
Guymon Woodward  W  E  Jct N SSand Springs Tulsa

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