Introduction to Del City, Oklahoma
Del City, Oklahoma, in Oklahoma county, is 2 miles W of Midwest City, Oklahoma and 4 miles E of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Part of the surrounding Oklahoma City metro area, Del City is home to some 22,128 residents.
Del City History
Del City was established in 1948, in the same year it became a part of the State of Oklahoma. It is the hometown of John Smith, the US Olympic Freestyle Champion Wrestler. The city is located in Oklahoma County, which was founded in 1890.
Del City and nearby Attractions
- Del Crest Shopping Center
- Trosper Park Golf Course
- Thompson Lake
- Oklahoma City Art Museum
- White Water Bay
- Oklahoma City Zoo
Things To Do In Del City
While in Del City, one can shop at the Newey Shopping Center, Del Crest Shopping Center, Oakcliff Shopping Center, Hartsdell Shopping Center and the Village Shopping Center. Thompson Lake offers facilities for fishing and boating. The Trosper Park Golf Course provides facilities for golfers. The Oklahoma Firefighters Museum, the Oklahoma City Art Museum and the Oklahoma City Zoo are all popular local spots as well.
Del City Transportation
Oklahoma City-Will Rogers World Airport is the nearest major air transportation facility.
Del City Higher Education
Rose State College, Oklahoma City University and University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center are all nearby.