Introduction to Mustang, Oklahoma
Mustang, Oklahoma, in Canadian county, is 13 miles SW of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It is located in the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. Mustang has a population of 13,156.
Mustang was founded during the Land Run of 1889. It is named after its location at the Mustang Creek on the Canadian River. The town was home to Olympic Gold Medalists Kendall Jones and Shane Hamman.
Mustang and nearby Attractions
- Oklahoma City National Memorial
- Yukon Historical Museum
- Oklahoma City Art Museum
- Yukon’s City Park
- Myriad Botanical Gardens & Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory
Things To Do In Mustang
Mustang offers a wide variety of opportunities for recreation, including the White Water Bay Water Park and the Fairmoore Park and Community Pool. Local celebrations include the Western Days festival, which is a popular local attraction.
Will Rogers World Airport is the nearest major airport.
Mustang Higher Education
Oklahoma City Community College, Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City University and South Nazarene University provide higher education in the area.