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Salina is a town in Green Country Oklahoma. It was founded in 1796 and is the oldest permanent settlement in Oklahoma. The name was given due to the salt wells in the local area. It is quite hilly in the area and is located at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains.

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  • Lake Hudson. Salina is located along the lake.


  • Chouteau Day. On October 10th each year and celebrates the city founding and Native American heritage.


Downtown Shops have Native American treasures and crafts.




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Routes through Salina
ClaremorePryor  W Oklahoma State Highway 20.svg E  → Jct N Oklahoma State Highway 10.svg S → Jct Arkansas 43.svg S → becomes MO-43.svg → Jct W US 60.svg EJoplin
Ends at US 60.svgUS 69.svgUS 66 (historic).svgVinita  N Oklahoma State Highway 82.svg S  Locust GroveJct I-40.svg

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