Mayes County, Oklahoma
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Mayes County is located near the northeastern corner of Oklahoma. The topography
of the county's 683.51 square miles is divided by the Grand River, and of the total area 27.37 square miles is
surface water. The eastern half lies on the edge of the Ozark Plateau, or Ozark Uplift, characterized by flat areas
divided by deep, V-shaped stream valleys. The western half of the county lies in the Prairie Plains. The incorporated
towns include Adair, Chouteau, Disney, Grand Lake, Langley, Locust Grove, Pensacola, Pryor Creek, Salina, Spavinaw,
Sportsmen Acres, and Strang. The county name honors Cherokee Chief Samuel H. Mayes.
Surrounding counties include Craig to the north
and Wagoner to the south
to the west
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