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Oklahoma is one of the six states on the Frontier Strip. It is bounded on the east by Arkansas and Missouri, on the north by Kansas and northwest by Colorado (both at 37°N), on the far west by New Mexico (at 103°W), and on the south and near-west by Texas. The panhandle's southern boundary is at 36.5°N, then turning due south along 100°W to the southern fork of the Red River), completing the round trip back to Arkansas.

Oklahoma City, with a population of 523,303 in the immediate city limits[4] and 1.3 million in the metro area,[citation needed] is the capital and largest city. Tulsa is the second largest city, with 387,807 within the city limits and roughly 1.1 Million in the statistical metropolitan area.

Oklahoma's four main mountain ranges include the Ouachitas, Arbuckles, Wichitas, and the Kiamichis. In addition to several smaller ranges, Oklahoma also notably encompasses a portion of the Ozarks.

Oklahoma is the third largest natural gas-producing state in the nation.
Forests cover approximately one quarter of Oklahoma's land area.

The state's highest peak, 4,973 foot (1,515 m) Black Mesa, resides in the far northwestern corner of the panhandle near the town of Kenton. The lowest elevation in the state is in the far southeastern corner, near Idabel, at 324 feet (99 m). Oklahoma also has what is officially considered the highest hill in the world, Mount Cavanal, at 1,999 feet (609 m); this is considering the fact that a "mountain" is anything 2,000 feet or higher.

With 200 man-made lakes, Oklahoma has more man-made lakes than any other state and boasts over one million surface-acres of water and 2,000 more miles (3,200 km) of shoreline than the Atlantic and Gulf coasts combined. Lake Eufaula is the largest lake in the state, covering 102,000 surface acres (413 km2) of water.

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