Guymon, Oklahoma Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The population of Guymon is 6,847 people, making it one of the largest cities in Oklahoma. It is located along State Highways 3 and 136. The city was once considered No Man's Land before the Organic Act of 1890 allocated the area to Oklahoma Territory. In 1902, the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company laid tracks from Liberal, Kansas to Guymon. In addition, the Inter-State Land and Town Company managed the townsite.

The city's main street is a hub of activity. A monthly motorcycle street festival draws in over 300 riders from all over the state, including Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Visitors to the festival can enjoy a seven-course dinner, as well as free art classes. The Ambassador Inn is another popular destination for travelers to Guymon City. There is also a Sonic Drive-In, which has been in Guymon City since the 1950s. There are more than a hundred different fountain drink combinations, frozen treats, and more.

Another indicator of Guymon's cultural change is the number of minority-owned businesses. Mora's Market, which translates to "where your money grows" in Spanish, is growing rapidly. The downtown boutique sells dresses for quinceaneras, while Pollo El Ranchero serves plaster chicken. A Filipino family also owns a flower shop and a Mexican-Filipino fusion restaurant.