Garfield county is located in north central Oklahoma and has Enid
as its county seat.
Major thoroughfares include U.S. Highways 60/64/81 running from north to south and 60/412 which runs west to east intersecting in Enid.
Area attractions include the Museum of the Cherokee Strip. There are no major waterways in the county.
The county population on July 1, 1999, was 56,954, an increase of 219 over the 1990 census.
Among the significant historical sites in the county are the McCristy--Knox Mansion and the T.T. Eason Mansion in Enid and the Kimmell Barn near Covington.