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Welcome to Stigler, Oklahoma, a charming community in beautiful southeastern Oklahoma. Stigler is the county seat of Haskell County.  The county was named in honor of the first Governor of the State of Oklahoma, Charles N. Haskell.  The state’s two largest rivers, the Arkansas and Canadian Rivers, mark the county’s northern boundary.


Stigler has a population of 2,829.  It is a superb place to own a business and it is an even better place to live or raise a family. There is an abundance of natural resources in the area, including Lake Eufaula, the State’s largest lake which offers access to great fishing and water sports.  Stigler also features attractions such as the Brier Creek Golf Course, Lake John Wells, Haskell County Historical Museum and some of the best festivals in Oklahoma including Fall Festival and Reunion Days.


Haskell County is in close proximity to Interstate 40, and is also served by the Oklahoma Turnpike system and several other major state highways. Stigler and Haskell County access domestic and international flights through Ft. Smith Regional (45 miles) and Tulsa International (90 miles) airports. Haskell County is connected to all parts of the world through the McClellan Kerr-Arkansas Navigation System, with three inland water ports serving the area, including the Port of Keota (9 miles), Port of Muskogee (40 miles) Port of Ft. Smith (57miles) and the Tulsa Port of Catoosa (90 miles).


Stigler and Haskell County Oklahoma are centrally located, allowing for one-day shipping to major U.S. population centers such as Dallas, Houston, Tulsa, Oklahoma City, St. Louis and Memphis. Major industries in the county include:  healthcare, retail trade, educational services and mining. Manufacturers in the area include Rosewood Industries, a maker of hotel and motel room furniture for a worldwide hospitality market.


  • Available workforce and adjacent to the Fort Smith OK-AR Metropolitan Statistical Area with an additional 280,000 residents to recruit from

  • Global commercial shipping on the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System waterway includes bound barges headed to the heartland of America

  • Quality of life of residents and visitation is enhanced by the recreational offerings of 4 lakes, including the 102,000 acre Eufaula Lake

  • Centrally located and served by Interstate 40, a major east-west freeway, allowing for one-day shipping to major U.S. populations centers such as Dallas, Houston, Oklahoma City, St. Louis and Memphis

  • Fort Smith Regional Airport and Tulsa International Airport serve the region

  • Two city-owned Industrial Parks, including the Stigler Regional Airport park

  • Job Training available locally through the Kiamichi Technology Center

  • Six institutions of higher education within the region, including a campus of Oklahoma State University

Competitive Advantage