Fort Gibson, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Fort Gibson is a small rural town located in the state of Oklahoma. Although it does not offer many amenities or entertainment, it is close to other towns and offers excellent public schools and a low crime rate. Its population is a mix of young professionals and retirees. The community is surrounded by several parks and recreational facilities.

Fort Gibson is located in the southern part of the state and is accessible by U.S. Route 62, which leads to the cities of Muskogee and Tahlequah. The city is home to a few major banks, including the Armstrong Bank and Fort Gibson State Bank. The county's population of black residents is considerably lower than the state average. Despite this, the local economy continues to grow.

Fort Gibson has a population of 3,933 people. This makes it the most connected city in the state. The county, however, lacks wired internet. The median price of a home in Fort Gibson is $146,400. This translates into a 10.2% increase in home appreciation during the last decade.

Fort Gibson's ZIP code is 74434. This code also contains the city's schools, museums, libraries, universities, and hospitals. Its residents are classified as Lower Middle Class in Oklahoma.