Yukon, a suburb of Oklahoma City, has a great reputation for its affordability and quality of life. Founded in the 1890s, and named for the gold rush in Yukon Territory, Canada, the town is known for its historic flour mill. Yukon marks the junction of two iconic American routes, Route 66 and the Chisholm Trail, and has served as an urban center for area farmers for generations.
Home to the world’s finest cattle and most famous Clydesdales, Yukon has something for everyone. People flock from all over to enjoy the town’s wide array of festivals celebrating everything from chocolate to children, the Scottish Highlands to the Chisholm Trail. Diverse shops and restaurants attract visitors from across the region, too.