Chouteau is located just 35 miles East of Tulsa at the intersection of Hwy 412 and Hwy 69. It is located within Mayes County and has a 2019 Town population of 2,124 and a Zipcode population of 5082 for the 74337 zip code. Living in Chouteau offers residents the friendly, small-town atmosphere with quick access to many larger city amenities due to it's close proximity to Tulsa, Pryor, Catoosa, and Wagoner. It also has some very unique cultural attractions and is the gateway to many lake and river recreational areas just miles from Chouteau city limits.
The Chouteau rural area is home to the largest Amish community in Oklahoma and a variety of Amish owned restaurants, bakeries, furniture and other stores are located in town. Thousands of tourists visit Chouteau each year to experience this unique and friendly culture, eat at the Amish restaurants and shop various Amish goods and furniture available. Every day, you will find Amish driving their tractors on the road on their way to work or going about their day-to-day activities. On Sundays and other special occasions, you will see Amish black buggies pulled by horses. Chouteau hosts an annual Chouteau Black Buggy Day which celebrates the Amish culture and is open to everyone. SEE LOCAL AMISH RESTAURANTS AND SHOPS
Chouteau has nine very established antique and collectible stores within city limits and is well known in Northeast Oklahoma as a great place to shop for antiques, gifts, collectibles, and Americana. SEE LOCAL ANTIQUE, GIFT, AND COLLECTIBLE SHOPS
Mid-America Industrial Park
The Mid-America Industrial Park is Oklahoma's largest industrial park and located just 4 miles from Chouteau city limits. Over 80 firms are located within the industrial park including operations of seven Fortune 500 companies, such as Google, DuPont and Nordam. The industrial park provides a massive amount of jobs for the area and has helped attract a number of restaurants and hotels to serve residents, workers and visitors to the industrial park. GO TO MAIP WEBSITE
Lakes & Rivers
Chouteau is a gateway to the eastern Oklahoma lake and river area, featuring Chouteau Bend on Grand River, Fort Gibson Lake, Upper, and Lower Spavinaw Lakes, the Grand Lake of the Cherokees (Grand Lake), and the Lake Hudson Recreational Area. LEARN MORE ABOUT LOCAL RECREATION