Guthrie, Okla., has a rich architectural history and hosts fun annual events, offering an interesting place for families looking for homes for rent.
Interesting Facts About Guthrie for Renters
Guthrie is located in Logan County, about 30 miles north of Oklahoma City. It was established in 1889 and named after Kansas jurist John Guthrie.
The city's historic downtown area is a National Historic Landmark. Public and private initiatives have helped preserve the unique 19th- and early 20th-century architecture of the area. It's also the largest Historic Preservation District in the nation.
Guthrie was formerly a primitive prairie stop along the AT&SF Railroad, but its population skyrocketed during the historic Land Run.
Guthrie was the territorial capital of Oklahoma until 1913.
Key Resources for Guthrie Renters
The city of Guthrie's official Web page can provide new residents with the necessary information they need to settle into a new community.
Guthrie historic website also offers information on the community as well as shopping, dinning and entertaining choices.