Foyil, Chelsea, Inola, Pryor, Sequoyah and Talala are known for their rich history and small town feel. These communities are built on family traditions.
Located on Hwy 66 in Foyil is Totem Pole Park, created by Ed Galloway and operated by the Rogers County Historical Society and the Foyil Heritage Association.
Chelsea is the site of Oklahoma’s first oil well. The Chelsea Motel, Hogue House and Pryor Creek Bridge are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Inola is called the “Hay Capital of the World.”