25 Oklahoma Trivia Quiz Questions & Answers

How well do you know your Oklahoma City from Ozark facts? Test your knowledge with our Oklahoma Trivia Quiz!

Oklahoma is known for its fried food and friendly locals but there is more to this south central state so we’ve created Oklahoma trivia questions on general knowledge, geography, history, culture and landmarks.

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Note: As with all of our geography quizzes, there are five rounds, each with five questions, making this quiz out of 25 points.

We’ve also included interesting Oklahoma trivia so you can impress your friends with new facts.

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Free Oklahoma Trivia Quiz Questions

Oklahoma Quiz General Knowledge Questions 

1. What is the two letter state code for Oklahoma?

  • OA
  • OL
  • OH
  • OK

2. What is Oklahoma nickname?

  • The Fried Okra State
  • The Red People State
  • The Sooner State
  • The Oil State

3. What is Oklahoma’s state flower?

  • Western Yarrow
  • Oklahoma Rose
  • Turkeyfoot
  • Wild Red Columbine

4. What do you call people from Oklahoma?

  • Okies
  • Okers
  • Oklahomers
  • Oklahommies

5. Oklahoma is one of the biggest US producers of…

  • Wheat
  • Tornados
  • Fried okras
  • Southern Baptists

Oklahoma Geography Questions 

1. Which state is next to Oklahoma on its north side?

  • New Mexico
  • Texas
  • Kansas
  • Arkansas

2. What is the second most populated city in Oklahoma?

  • Oklahoma City
  • Broken Arrow
  • Norman
  • Tulsa

3. Which location is closest to the Texas border?

  • Ardmore
  • Thackerville
  • Sulphur
  • Poteau

4. What is the highest point in Oklahoma

  • Black Mesa
  • Mount Scott
  • Devon Tower
  • Wilton Mountain

Bonus point if you can order them by height!

5. Which of the following rivers does not run through Oklahoma?

  • Canadian
  • Arkansas
  • Red
  • Colorado

Oklahoma History Questions

1. What is the name of the 1000 mile route Indigenous people were forced to take after the 1830 Indian Removal Act was signed?

  • The Long Walk
  • Trail of Tears
  •  Land Run
  • The Relocation Program 

2. The Oklahoma Land Rush of 1893 saw white settlers take over space within the Indian Territory land. What was the name given to those who arrived first?

  • Keen Beans
  • Sooners
  • First in Line
  • Quickers

3. Oklahoma joined the US in 1907 but what position was it?

  • 44th
  • 45th
  • 46th
  • 47th

4. What method of terrorism was used during an attack on Oklahoma City in 1995?

  • Hijack
  • Shooting
  • Bombing
  • Kidnapping

5. What was legalized in 2018 in Oklahoma?

  • Marijuana
  • Same sex marriage
  • Ban on public littering
  • No smoking in public places

Oklahoma Culture Questions

1. What is in Calf Fries?

  • Testicles
  • Catfish
  • Onion
  • Okra

2. What book was the 1940s musical Oklahoma based on?

  • Wheat Grows in Oklahoma
  • Green Grow the Lilacs
  • Of All the Oklahoma Roses
  • When the Hay Bails Set Alight

3. What is a Sooner Schooner?

  • Football mascot
  • Rich person
  • Local beer
  • BBQ dish

4. “When they opened up the strip, I was young and full of zip, I wanted someplace to call my home. And so I made the race and I staked me out a place” are lyrics from which song?

  • You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma by David Frizzell and Shelly WestMy
  • Oklahoma Swing by Vince Gill & Reba McEntire
  • Oklahoma Home by Bruce Springsteen
  • Oklahoma Sky by Miranda Lambert

5. Who has not been the Governor of Oklahoma

  • Charles N. Haskell
  • Kevin Stitt
  • Mary Fallin
  • Chris Powell

Oklahoma Landmark Questions 

1. What would you find at 2600 U.S. Rte 66?

  • World’s biggest peanut
  • World’s biggest casino
  • The center of the universe
  • Giant blue whale

2. What is the name of the Tiger King location in Oklahoma?

  • The Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park
  • Exotic Mansion and Big Cat Park
  • Joey’s Big Cat Sanctuary
  • Tiger King Park

3. Where would you find Oklahoma’s biggest waterfall?

  • Presbyterian Falls
  • Turner Falls Park
  • Beavers Bend
  • Natural Falls

4. Which of the following is not part of the Route 66 road trip in Oklahoma?

  • Coleman Theatre in Miami
  • Lucille’s Roadhouse
  • POPS
  • Cadillac Ranch

5. What kind of bridge is the Wanette–Byars Bridge?

  • Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Suspension Bridge
  • Truss Bridge
  • Arch Bridge

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Oklahoma General Knowledge Quiz Answers 

1. What is the two letter state code for Oklahoma?

  • OA
  • OL
  • OH
  • OK

2. What is Oklahoma nickname?

  • The Fried Okra State
  • The Red People State
  • The Sooner State
  • The Oil State

Oklahoma Trivia: Oklahoma means ‘red people’ in the Choctaw Indian peoples language.

3. What is Oklahoma’s state flower?

  • Western Yarrow
  • Oklahoma Rose
  • Turkeyfoot
  • Wild Red Columbine

Oklahoma Trivia: The Oklahoma Rose is the state flower but the Western Yarrow, Turkeyfoot and Wild Red Columbine all grow in the state too.

4. What do you call people from Oklahoma?

  • Okies
  • Okers
  • Oklahomers
  • Oklahommies

Oklahoma Trivia: People from Oklahoma are referred to as Okies or Sooners!

Okies are said to be friendly. Conservative but friendly.

5. Oklahoma is one of the biggest US producers of…

  • Wheat
  • Tornados
  • Fried okras
  • Southern Baptists

Oklahoma Trivia: Oklahoma is one of the top producers of wheat in the US.

It is also part of the Tornado Alley and the Bible Belt along with Mississippi, Alabama, Louisiana, Arkansas, South Carolina, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia.

Oklahoma Geography Quiz Answers  

1. Which state is next to Oklahoma on its north side?

  • New Mexico
  • Texas
  • Kansas
  • Arkansas

2. What is the second most populated city in Oklahoma?

  • Oklahoma City
  • Broken Arrow
  • Norman
  • Tulsa

Oklahoma Trivia: Oklahoma City is the biggest city by population at around 998,000.

Tulsa is the second at approximately 413,000.

3. Which location is closest to the Texas border?

  • Ardmore
  • Thackerville
  • Sulphur
  • Poteau

4. What is the highest point in Oklahoma

  • Black Mesa (4,973 ft)
  • Mount Scott (2,464 ft)
  • Devon Tower (844 ft)
  • Wilton Mountain (2,543 ft)

Bonus point if you can order them by height!

Oklahoma Trivia: Black Mesa is the tallest mountain and Devon Tower is the tallest building in Oklahoma City.

It has 50 storeys.

There is no observation deck but you can dine on the 49th floor.

5. Which of the following rivers does not run through Oklahoma?

  • Canadian
  • Arkansas
  • Red
  • Colorado

Oklahoma History Quiz Answers 

1. What is the name of the 1000 mile route Indigenous people were forced to take after the 1830 Indian Removal Act was signed?

  • The Long Walk
  • Trail of Tears
  •  Land Run
  • The Relocation Program 

Oklahoma Trivia: The Trail of Tears describes the forced migration of indigenous tribes from their ancestral land to the Indian Territory which is where Oklahoma is today.

On May 28th 1830, the controversial Indian Removal Act was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson.

It is thought 4000 people from the ‘Five Civilized Tribes’ Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek and Seminole, died during the trail.

Only elders, young and the sick could travel by wagon.

The others, and their enslaved African American people had to walk through drought and wintery conditions.

2. The Oklahoma Land Rush of 1893 saw white settlers take over space within the Indian Territory land. What was the name given to those who arrived first?

  • Keen Beans
  • Sooners
  • First in Line
  • Quickers

Oklahoma Trivia: There were a number of land rushes but the 1893 event was the biggest in terms of those looking to buy land.

3. Oklahoma joined the US in 1907 but what position was it?

  • 44th
  • 45th
  • 46th
  • 47th

Oklahoma Trivia: Oklahoma was previously known as the Indian Territory.

4. What method of terrorism was used during an attack on Oklahoma City in 1995?

  • Hijack
  • Shooting
  • Bombing
  • Kidnapping

Oklahoma Trivia: On the 19th April 1995, Timothy McVeigh, a US former solider, drove a rental truck with a homemade bomb into the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.

168 people were killed, including 19 children, and more than 500 were injured.

The Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum remembers them.

5. What was legalized in 2018 in Oklahoma?

  • Marijuana
  • Same sex marriage
  • Ban on public littering
  • No smoking in public places

Oklahoma Culture Quiz Answers 

1. What is in Calf Fries?

  • Testicles
  • Catfish
  • Onion
  • Okra

Oklahoma Trivia: Calf Fries, or Rocky Mountain Oysters are fried bull calf testicles.

Fried okra and catfish also popular dishes to try in Oklahoma too.

You’ll also find onion burgers on many menus.

2. What book was the 1940s musical Oklahoma based on?

  • Wheat Grows in Oklahoma
  • Green Grow the Lilacs
  • Of All the Oklahoma Roses
  • When the Hay Bails Set Alight

Oklahoma Trivia: Oklahoma is based on the book Green Grow The Lilacs by Lynn Riggs.

The musical by Rodgers and Hammerstein is often referred to as the first musical and is set in Claremore, Indian Territory, in 1906.

The story is about a rivalry between two men trying to court farm girl, Laurey Williams.

Oklahoma is also mentioned in the exceptional TV show, Euphoria when Rue asks Cassie if she’s trying out for the musical, Oklahoma.

Love Euphoria? Check out our Euphoria Quiz!

3. What is a Sooner Schooner?

  • Football mascot
  • Rich person
  • Local beer
  • BBQ dish

Oklahoma Trivia: The Sooner Schooner is the Oklahoma Sooners mascot.

It is a white wagon pulled by two white horses.

The Oklahoma State Cowboys mascot is Pistol Pete.

4. “When they opened up the strip, I was young and full of zip, I wanted someplace to call my home. And so I made the race and I staked me out a place” are lyrics from which song?

  • You’re the Reason God Made Oklahoma by David Frizzell and Shelly WestMy
  • Oklahoma Swing by Vince Gill & Reba McEntire
  • Oklahoma Home by Bruce Springsteen
  • Oklahoma Sky by Miranda Lambert

5. Who has not been the Governor of Oklahoma

  • Charles N. Haskell
  • Kevin Stitt
  • Mary Fallin
  • Chris Powell

Oklahoma Landmark Quiz Answers 

1. What would you find at 2600 U.S. Rte 66?

  • World’s biggest peanut
  • World’s biggest casino
  • The center of the universe
  • Giant blue whale

Oklahoma Trivia: You would find The Blue Whale of Catoosa, a fun stop of Route 66!

You can also visit the world’s biggest peanut, casino and the center of the universe in Oklahoma.

2. What is the name of the Tiger King location in Oklahoma?

  • The Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park
  • Exotic Mansion and Big Cat Park
  • Joey’s Big Cat Sanctuary
  • Tiger King Park

3. Where would you find Oklahoma’s biggest waterfall?

  • Presbyterian Falls
  • Turner Falls Park
  • Beavers Bend
  • Natural Falls

4. Which of the following is not part of the Route 66 road trip in Oklahoma?

  • Coleman Theatre in Miami
  • Lucille’s Roadhouse
  • POPS
  • Cadillac Ranch

Oklahoma Trivia: Cadillac Ranch is located in Texas.

5. What kind of bridge is the Wanette–Byars Bridge?

  • Cable-Stayed Bridge
  • Suspension Bridge
  • Truss Bridge
  • Arch Bridge

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