Guthrie is located in Logan County in Central Oklahoma. It is an established and growing tourist destination, with several unique attractions drawing approximately 250,000 visitors annually from throughout the country. It has a separate and distinct community character based on a restored turn-of-the century Capital City. Downtown Guthrie has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and is nationally significant because of its outstanding collection of beautifully restored late nineteenth and early twentieth century commercial architecture.
Guthrie is located just off Interstate 35, which is easily accessible to major centers: including Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Wichita, Kansas. There are high volume traffic counts on nearby highway systems. Though Guthrie has the feel of a country village, 36% of the state’s population lives within 50 miles. The low land costs and reasonable tax structure make Guthrie an attractive choice for business and families.