Home to Oklahoma State University, Stillwater is located in north-central Oklahoma centered between Wichita, Oklahoma City and Tulsa. It is equal distance for east and west coast deliveries and for Gulf Coast to Canada deliveries.
The Stillwater Regional Airport (SWO) offers regional jet service with multiple daily arrivals and departures to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), one of the nation's largest hubs. The Stillwater airport has a 7,400-foot long runway that can service most commercial aircraft. Visit www.aa.com to book flights.
Tulsa International Airport (TUL) and Will Rogers World Airport (OKC) are both approximately 70 miles from Stillwater via interstate.
Stillwater has easy access to divided four-lane interstates, including I-35, a major north-south interstate that runs across the U.S. from Canada to Mexico and through Oklahoma. I-35 also connects Stillwater to I-40 (which runs across the south-central portion of the US and I-44 (which runs from Texas and south-west Oklahoma to St. Louis).
State Highways 33 and 51 are divided, four-lanes highways that provide easy access from Stillwater to I-35. The Cimarron Turnpike (U.S. Highway 412) provides a quick route to Tulsa or Enid. Stillwater is also served by U.S. 177, which run north-south across Stillwater.
Many may not realize that Oklahoma has access to the McClellon-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System. The system extends for 445 miles and connects with the Mississippi River in southeastern Arkansas. It transports more than 13-million tons of cargo by barge each year.
The closest of the system's ports is the Tulsa Port of Catoosa, which is one of the largest in-land river ports in the U.S. It is approximately 80 miles from Stillwater via interstate.