Upon visiting Harper County, which is located in Northwest Oklahoma on the Eastern edge of the Panhandle, one is instantly immersed in the history of the area - From the strong, Native American roots that are found in the region, to several historic cattle & military supply trails, to one of the most significant archaeological sites in North America, Harper County is rich in culture and old world charm, and provides visitors with numerous places of historic interest to visit.
Harper County has a rich, bountiful history that everyone can enjoy, and also affords visitors the opportunity of experiencing attractions that are rare (and even unique!) within the United States. Indeed, not only does Harper County have one of the largest Wind Farms in the nation, but it also boasts stunning landscapes & wildlife unique to the area. Moreover, there are numerous opportunities for people to participate in guided hunts within Harper County throughout the year.
In addition, being in the heart of "Tornado Alley," Harper County is a great base from which to plan storm-chasing activities during storm-season, and the landscape provides tremendous opportunities for photographers looking for that "perfect shot."