Moore / Norman

The suburban areas of Moore and Norman provide easy access to the hustle of Oklahoma City with the quiet living of a small town. They have a low cost-of-living and many features and attractions that rival the larger city. You won’t find better deals on places to live anywhere else!

Moore is a quiet family-oriented community with big-city attractions. The Moore Warren Theater is one of the largest movie theaters in the State of Oklahoma (make sure you check out the Director’s Suite!) For a more intimate night out, try the Yellow Rose Theater for their interactive evening murder mystery shows. Moore also boasts the nation’s only museum for skeletons with the Museum of Osteology. For a family learning experience, try the Orr Family Farm where you can explore a real farm without leaving the city! If you are more of the summer barbecue type, Lake Stanley Draper will be perfect for your needs.

Norman has some of the most exciting things to do in the state of Oklahoma. The beautiful University of Oklahoma campus hosts a variety of great events, from college sports to University theater productions. The Sam Noble Museum of Natural History houses an impressive collection of Oklahoma history ranging from pre-historic fossils to Native American artifacts. For a refined cultural experience, the Fred Jones Museum of Art hosts regular events and an fine assortment of contemporary and classical artwork. Not to be outdone by its northern neighbor, Norman also has it’s preferred lake for summer fun: visit Lake Thunderbird for the perfect lazy afternoon.

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Features and Amenities

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