Mustang is a city in the southeastern corner of Canadian County, Oklahoma, United States. It is part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan statistical area. Mustang’s population was 19,879 at the 2020 census, a 14.3% increase from 17,398 in 2010. The city is now primarily known as a bedroom community for Oklahoma City.

The History

The Mustang post office was established in 1895, but the town was not formally established until Charles G. Jones, former mayor of Oklahoma City, filed the plat in November, 1901. During that same year, the Oklahoma City and Western Railroad (acquired later by the St. Louis and San Francisco Railway (Frisco) built a line from Oklahoma City to Chickasha that passed through Mustang.

What to See and Do

Wild Horse Park is a park that contains the city hall, two playgrounds, a memorial for those who served in the U.S. armed forces, a baseball stadium, a pond, a water park, town center (which includes a library, a senior citizens center and more), a dog park, a soccer field and more. The park is often used for town events and is used to set off fireworks at every 4th of July.

Mustang Oklahoma is a historical city that has a lot to offer tourists and new residents. The town has developed exponentially to provide people with all the services they need.