Chickasaw Nation

Chickasaw Nation Information

Close your eyes and imagine dropping your line into a crystal-clear lake against the backdrop of an azure sky. Close them again and picture hearing centuries-old stories told with friends, new and old, around the warmth of an autumn campfire. Close them one more time and dream of the haul from hitting the jackpot, with a casino staff celebrating your victory with you.

Welcome to Chickasaw Country, where these visions, and so many more, can become reality within our 7,648 square miles in 13 south-central Oklahoma counties that comprise the Chickasaw Nation.

Chickasaw Nation

Travel Info

  • Time Zone: Central Standard Time

Chickasaw Country is a year-round travel destination, however primary travel season is from March - October.

Notes to Visitors

  • With more than 50,000 citizens, the Chickasaw Nation is the 12th largest federally-recognized Indian tribe in the United States.
  • The Chickasaw Nation has an annual economic impact of more than $2.4 billion in Oklahoma.
  • The tribe has more than 14,000 employees.
  • A democratic republic with executive, legislative and judicial departments, the tribe's jurisdictional territory includes all or part of 13 counties in south-central Oklahoma.
  • Authentic Native American and Western Heritage: Over 120,000 miles of shoreline, 25 golf courses, 200 local eateries,100 boutiques, 40 museums, 15 unique festivals, 5,500 hotel rooms,10 Bed and Breakfasts,19 Casinos

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