Enid is in Garfield County and 100 miles from Oklahoma City. It’s the ninth largest city in the state and is known as “Queen Wheat City” because of its huge capacity to store grain. Perched on the edge of the Great Plains, this city has over 2 dozen parks with lots of outdoor fun for all including the Tri-State Music Festival that has 20,000 performances each year. Other performances like Shakespeare in the Park and the Enid Symphony Orchestra bring people out to enjoy local arts as well as bring in visitors from surrounding communities.
Many agricultural and manufacturing companies have their headquarters and operations in Enid. This keeps the population employed locally and also where they spend their disposable income.
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Here’s some cool information and fun facts about Enid, Oklahoma.
Enid started out as a Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway (CRI&P) train station called Skeleton Station. An official decided a town by that name would not be good so he renamed it Enid after an Idylls of the King character in Alfred Tennyson’s poem.
Enid had a new land office for the Cherokee Outlet, where homestead land was given to settlers in the Land Run of 1893. In one day the population went from 0 to 10,000 people.
By 1903, Enid became a railroad hub in the Oklahoma Territory and the town grew, lead by strong crop harvests. Agriculture increased in Enid and it became a major grain and poultry producer in the country. Through the years there have been many hardships and booms but the city remained strong and continued to thrive.
Today, the total population of this vibrant American city is 49,688 people.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, The racial makeup is:
- 71.8% White
- 14.3% Hispanic
- 4.8% African American
- 2% Native American
- 1.0% Asian
The median household income is $49,399.
- Edin has the worlds third-largest grain storage capacity.
- General Hospital actress Lynn Herring was born in Enid.
- Enid’s airforce base trains one-third of all Air Force pilots.
- Since 1932 the city has hosted the Tri-State Music Festival, named for Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas.
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