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The Park @ 12 Twenty
1220 SE 9th St
Pryor Creek, OK
1 Bedroom
$699
667 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$799
839 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$919
998 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:47 AM
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The Meadows at Centennial Park
721 Wilkerson Dr
Pryor Creek, OK
2 Bedrooms
$799
950 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$999
1225 sqft
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City GuidePryor Creek
Beautiful Pryor Creek, a "Town for All Seasons" as many Oklahomans call it, takes its name from its historic train station, named after the beautiful Pryor Creek itself.
Beautiful Pryor Creek, a "Town for All Seasons" as many Oklahomans call it, takes its name from its historic train station, named after the beautiful Pryor Creek itself.

Pryor Creek is a perfect crossroads of culture, industry and residential life. With a steady population approaching 10,000 (by the 2010 census) and located just a commuter's drive from both Google's Mayes County Data Center and the MidAmerica Industrial Park, the town is thriving to say the very least. It features unique local culture including "Catch the Fever," a series of three prominent music festivals set just a few miles from the heart of town.

Moving to Pryor Creek

The town of Pryor Creek has something for all sorts, from hopping in-town rentals to comfortable and affordable starter homes, to beautiful land for future dream houses. Residents will find most of their amenities right at hand, with all the creature comforts of a small town life nearby and the urban excitement of Tulsa just an hour's drive away. Newcomers to town will find it boasts a delightful union of city and country tradition, as well as a distinctive culture all its own.

Potential long-term residents will find single-family homes on very decent property, an attractive price for a comfortable and bustling little town, as well as fairly priced rural land around Pryor Creek for prospective home builders and young small businesses. Apartments in Pryor Creek itself are also quite appealing, with multiple communities located in the heart of town, just minutes from shopping, work and a number of attractions.

Moving to Pryor Creek
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The town of Pryor Creek has something for all sorts, from hopping in-town rentals to comfortable and affordable starter homes, to beautiful land for future dream houses. Residents will find most of their amenities right at hand, with all the creature comforts of a small town life nearby and the urban excitement of Tulsa just an hour's drive away. Newcomers to town will find it boasts a delightful union of city and country tradition, as well as a distinctive culture all its own.

Potential long-term residents will find single-family homes on very decent property, an attractive price for a comfortable and bustling little town, as well as fairly priced rural land around Pryor Creek for prospective home builders and young small businesses. Apartments in Pryor Creek itself are also quite appealing, with multiple communities located in the heart of town, just minutes from shopping, work and a number of attractions.

The Neighborhoods of Pryor Creek

Renting an apartment in Pryor Creek should be a breeze. Although, because of its size, most of Pryor Creek isn't cleanly divided into neighborhoods or districts, there are a few residential areas and apartment communities of particular interest. Residential prices and home values increase roughly west to east through the town, beginning with accessible apartments and single family units to the west of I-69 and merging into new, upscale homes near Scarbow Lake.

Central Pryor: Nestled around the historic downtown area of Pryor Creek, one will find both reasonable in-town residential rates, a wealth of attractions, and fantastic cuisine sitting just walking distance from one's front door. Not only does this region of Pryor Creek offer an immersive local cultural retreat, but prices here are an excellent compromise between the low prices of less dense areas of the town and the luxurious homes that dot its most gorgeous streets. This is a great place to look for an apartment complex if you like to have lots of activity around your home.

West of Town: Western Pryor Creek is the picture of small town America, with a handful of small businesses and several blocks of quaint and comfortable homes. Residents are just blocks from the beautiful Bobby Buck Park and a short drive from the local cultural and social hub. It's hard to find an apartment here because it's one of the most popular areas in town.

Southern Pryor: As one travels south through Pryor, past the stunning Whitaker Park, one will find dozens of traditional homes erected among newer and more updated houses. Further south, approaching Scarbow Lake Park, is a growing community of houses in the middle and upper price ranges, though admittedly, the scenic locale and proximity to so many recreational and commercial attractions makes the town quite attractive to a wide array of homeowners. You can definitely find specialized apartments here, like pet friendly apartments.

The Neighborhoods of Pryor Creek
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Renting an apartment in Pryor Creek should be a breeze. Although, because of its size, most of Pryor Creek isn't cleanly divided into neighborhoods or districts, there are a few residential areas and apartment communities of particular interest. Residential prices and home values increase roughly west to east through the town, beginning with accessible apartments and single family units to the west of I-69 and merging into new, upscale homes near Scarbow Lake.

Central Pryor: Nestled around the historic downtown area of Pryor Creek, one will find both reasonable in-town residential rates, a wealth of attractions, and fantastic cuisine sitting just walking distance from one's front door. Not only does this region of Pryor Creek offer an immersive local cultural retreat, but prices here are an excellent compromise between the low prices of less dense areas of the town and the luxurious homes that dot its most gorgeous streets. This is a great place to look for an apartment complex if you like to have lots of activity around your home.

West of Town: Western Pryor Creek is the picture of small town America, with a handful of small businesses and several blocks of quaint and comfortable homes. Residents are just blocks from the beautiful Bobby Buck Park and a short drive from the local cultural and social hub. It's hard to find an apartment here because it's one of the most popular areas in town.

Southern Pryor: As one travels south through Pryor, past the stunning Whitaker Park, one will find dozens of traditional homes erected among newer and more updated houses. Further south, approaching Scarbow Lake Park, is a growing community of houses in the middle and upper price ranges, though admittedly, the scenic locale and proximity to so many recreational and commercial attractions makes the town quite attractive to a wide array of homeowners. You can definitely find specialized apartments here, like pet friendly apartments.

Living in Pryor Creek

Allred Theatre

Amid the multitude of shops and restaurants that dot the historic center of Pryor Creek sits the majestic Alfred 5. Since its construction in 1917, it has provided generations of residents and visitors with the excitement of cinema, from the earliest silent films through today's hottest blockbusters. It remains a crowning jewel of downtown Pryor, a fine attraction for a weekend adventure, and a symbol of the town's history.

Music Festivals

Just north of Pryor Creek sits a humble fairground, where several times each year, musicians from across the country come to hold soulful and roaring music festivals. Summer attendees will find themselves at Rocklahoma, a music festival of many styles and backgrounds. Those of a down-home persuasion may be more interested in the Country Fever music festival, featuring more than 30 of the region's most talented artists.

Golf

For those with a taste for the outdoors, Pryor Creek Golf Club offers a locally renowned outing for players of every strata of skill and equipment. Its short yet clever holes are broken into multiple levels of difficulty, with something fun and engaging for professional practice and family tee times alike. To top it off, the club is proud to be the home of the decorated Pryor Tigers boys' and girls' golf teams.

Living in Pryor Creek
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Allred Theatre

Amid the multitude of shops and restaurants that dot the historic center of Pryor Creek sits the majestic Alfred 5. Since its construction in 1917, it has provided generations of residents and visitors with the excitement of cinema, from the earliest silent films through today's hottest blockbusters. It remains a crowning jewel of downtown Pryor, a fine attraction for a weekend adventure, and a symbol of the town's history.

Music Festivals

Just north of Pryor Creek sits a humble fairground, where several times each year, musicians from across the country come to hold soulful and roaring music festivals. Summer attendees will find themselves at Rocklahoma, a music festival of many styles and backgrounds. Those of a down-home persuasion may be more interested in the Country Fever music festival, featuring more than 30 of the region's most talented artists.

Golf

For those with a taste for the outdoors, Pryor Creek Golf Club offers a locally renowned outing for players of every strata of skill and equipment. Its short yet clever holes are broken into multiple levels of difficulty, with something fun and engaging for professional practice and family tee times alike. To top it off, the club is proud to be the home of the decorated Pryor Tigers boys' and girls' golf teams.

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City GuidePryor Creek
Beautiful Pryor Creek, a "Town for All Seasons" as many Oklahomans call it, takes its name from its historic train station, named after the beautiful Pryor Creek itself.
Beautiful Pryor Creek, a "Town for All Seasons" as many Oklahomans call it, takes its name from its historic train station, named after the beautiful Pryor Creek itself.

Pryor Creek is a perfect crossroads of culture, industry and residential life. With a steady population approaching 10,000 (by the 2010 census) and located just a commuter's drive from both Google's Mayes County Data Center and the MidAmerica Industrial Park, the town is thriving to say the very least. It features unique local culture including "Catch the Fever," a series of three prominent music festivals set just a few miles from the heart of town.

Moving to Pryor Creek

The town of Pryor Creek has something for all sorts, from hopping in-town rentals to comfortable and affordable starter homes, to beautiful land for future dream houses. Residents will find most of their amenities right at hand, with all the creature comforts of a small town life nearby and the urban excitement of Tulsa just an hour's drive away. Newcomers to town will find it boasts a delightful union of city and country tradition, as well as a distinctive culture all its own.

Potential long-term residents will find single-family homes on very decent property, an attractive price for a comfortable and bustling little town, as well as fairly priced rural land around Pryor Creek for prospective home builders and young small businesses. Apartments in Pryor Creek itself are also quite appealing, with multiple communities located in the heart of town, just minutes from shopping, work and a number of attractions.

Moving to Pryor Creek
+

The town of Pryor Creek has something for all sorts, from hopping in-town rentals to comfortable and affordable starter homes, to beautiful land for future dream houses. Residents will find most of their amenities right at hand, with all the creature comforts of a small town life nearby and the urban excitement of Tulsa just an hour's drive away. Newcomers to town will find it boasts a delightful union of city and country tradition, as well as a distinctive culture all its own.

Potential long-term residents will find single-family homes on very decent property, an attractive price for a comfortable and bustling little town, as well as fairly priced rural land around Pryor Creek for prospective home builders and young small businesses. Apartments in Pryor Creek itself are also quite appealing, with multiple communities located in the heart of town, just minutes from shopping, work and a number of attractions.

The Neighborhoods of Pryor Creek

Renting an apartment in Pryor Creek should be a breeze. Although, because of its size, most of Pryor Creek isn't cleanly divided into neighborhoods or districts, there are a few residential areas and apartment communities of particular interest. Residential prices and home values increase roughly west to east through the town, beginning with accessible apartments and single family units to the west of I-69 and merging into new, upscale homes near Scarbow Lake.

Central Pryor: Nestled around the historic downtown area of Pryor Creek, one will find both reasonable in-town residential rates, a wealth of attractions, and fantastic cuisine sitting just walking distance from one's front door. Not only does this region of Pryor Creek offer an immersive local cultural retreat, but prices here are an excellent compromise between the low prices of less dense areas of the town and the luxurious homes that dot its most gorgeous streets. This is a great place to look for an apartment complex if you like to have lots of activity around your home.

West of Town: Western Pryor Creek is the picture of small town America, with a handful of small businesses and several blocks of quaint and comfortable homes. Residents are just blocks from the beautiful Bobby Buck Park and a short drive from the local cultural and social hub. It's hard to find an apartment here because it's one of the most popular areas in town.

Southern Pryor: As one travels south through Pryor, past the stunning Whitaker Park, one will find dozens of traditional homes erected among newer and more updated houses. Further south, approaching Scarbow Lake Park, is a growing community of houses in the middle and upper price ranges, though admittedly, the scenic locale and proximity to so many recreational and commercial attractions makes the town quite attractive to a wide array of homeowners. You can definitely find specialized apartments here, like pet friendly apartments.

The Neighborhoods of Pryor Creek
+

Renting an apartment in Pryor Creek should be a breeze. Although, because of its size, most of Pryor Creek isn't cleanly divided into neighborhoods or districts, there are a few residential areas and apartment communities of particular interest. Residential prices and home values increase roughly west to east through the town, beginning with accessible apartments and single family units to the west of I-69 and merging into new, upscale homes near Scarbow Lake.

Central Pryor: Nestled around the historic downtown area of Pryor Creek, one will find both reasonable in-town residential rates, a wealth of attractions, and fantastic cuisine sitting just walking distance from one's front door. Not only does this region of Pryor Creek offer an immersive local cultural retreat, but prices here are an excellent compromise between the low prices of less dense areas of the town and the luxurious homes that dot its most gorgeous streets. This is a great place to look for an apartment complex if you like to have lots of activity around your home.

West of Town: Western Pryor Creek is the picture of small town America, with a handful of small businesses and several blocks of quaint and comfortable homes. Residents are just blocks from the beautiful Bobby Buck Park and a short drive from the local cultural and social hub. It's hard to find an apartment here because it's one of the most popular areas in town.

Southern Pryor: As one travels south through Pryor, past the stunning Whitaker Park, one will find dozens of traditional homes erected among newer and more updated houses. Further south, approaching Scarbow Lake Park, is a growing community of houses in the middle and upper price ranges, though admittedly, the scenic locale and proximity to so many recreational and commercial attractions makes the town quite attractive to a wide array of homeowners. You can definitely find specialized apartments here, like pet friendly apartments.

Living in Pryor Creek

Allred Theatre

Amid the multitude of shops and restaurants that dot the historic center of Pryor Creek sits the majestic Alfred 5. Since its construction in 1917, it has provided generations of residents and visitors with the excitement of cinema, from the earliest silent films through today's hottest blockbusters. It remains a crowning jewel of downtown Pryor, a fine attraction for a weekend adventure, and a symbol of the town's history.

Music Festivals

Just north of Pryor Creek sits a humble fairground, where several times each year, musicians from across the country come to hold soulful and roaring music festivals. Summer attendees will find themselves at Rocklahoma, a music festival of many styles and backgrounds. Those of a down-home persuasion may be more interested in the Country Fever music festival, featuring more than 30 of the region's most talented artists.

Golf

For those with a taste for the outdoors, Pryor Creek Golf Club offers a locally renowned outing for players of every strata of skill and equipment. Its short yet clever holes are broken into multiple levels of difficulty, with something fun and engaging for professional practice and family tee times alike. To top it off, the club is proud to be the home of the decorated Pryor Tigers boys' and girls' golf teams.

Living in Pryor Creek
+

Allred Theatre

Amid the multitude of shops and restaurants that dot the historic center of Pryor Creek sits the majestic Alfred 5. Since its construction in 1917, it has provided generations of residents and visitors with the excitement of cinema, from the earliest silent films through today's hottest blockbusters. It remains a crowning jewel of downtown Pryor, a fine attraction for a weekend adventure, and a symbol of the town's history.

Music Festivals

Just north of Pryor Creek sits a humble fairground, where several times each year, musicians from across the country come to hold soulful and roaring music festivals. Summer attendees will find themselves at Rocklahoma, a music festival of many styles and backgrounds. Those of a down-home persuasion may be more interested in the Country Fever music festival, featuring more than 30 of the region's most talented artists.

Golf

For those with a taste for the outdoors, Pryor Creek Golf Club offers a locally renowned outing for players of every strata of skill and equipment. Its short yet clever holes are broken into multiple levels of difficulty, with something fun and engaging for professional practice and family tee times alike. To top it off, the club is proud to be the home of the decorated Pryor Tigers boys' and girls' golf teams.