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Things you should know before moving to Vici, OK

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If you love small town living and the flavors of the South, Vici, OK will make a wonderful home for you. With a population of only around 800, Vici is a tranquil suburban community where everything you need is just a short drive or bike ride away.

Moving to Vici, OK? Here are some of the things you need to know:

Cost of living

Living in Vici is 19% more affordable than the rest of the United States. The main factor for this is the housing cost, which is less than half of the national average and around 20% less than the state average. You’ll find charming single-family homes with 2 to 5 bedrooms and spacious yards at highly reasonable prices.

The prices of goods, services, and groceries in Vici are also below the national index, as are the costs of transportation and utilities.

The weather

Vici experiences all four seasons – winter, spring, summer, and fall. You’ll delight in the beauty of the changing landscape as the seasons turn. Summer months can get quite hot, with a high of around 94.5 F, while winter temperatures can go as low 22.8 F. The average rainfall per year is around 26.3 inches and average snowfall is approximately 7.6 inches.


Students in Vici have great access to quality education. The town is served by the Vici Public Schools district, which includes the highly-rated Vici Elementary School and Vici High School.

In 2009, Vici was annexed to the High Plains Technology Center, a public education center in the city of Woodward offering various career programs, including vocational, business administration, healthcare certifications, and more.

Outdoor activities

Vici is surrounded by some of the most popular nature destinations in Oklahoma, including:

  • Boiling Springs State Park
    Located in the city of Woodward, less than 40 minutes from Vici, this 820-acre park features RV and tent campsites, and numerous outdoor activities, including swimming, fishing, and hiking.
  • Washita National Wildlife Refuge
    This gorgeous outdoor destination is located in Custer County, only less than an hour from Vici. Encompassing an area of over 8,000 acres, it’s home to numerous species of birds, waterfowl, and wildlife. Wishita River merges with Foss Reservoir within the refuge.
  • Alabaster Caverns State Park
    To the north of Vici, about an hour’s drive away, Alabaster Caverns features a quarter-mile cavern made of alabaster, which visitors can explore on a guided tour. The 200-acre park boasts other facilities, such as a horseshoe pit, picnic areas, camping grounds, and more.

Museums and historic places

Vici and its surrounding communities have an interesting history commemorated in museums and historic places, including:

  • Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum
    Found in the city of Woodward, this museum features artifacts, photos, and exhibits on the history of Northwest Oklahoma
  • Boswell Museum
    Located in the nearby town of Leedy, Boswell Museum is a one-of-a-kind appointment-only museum showcasing memorabilia about Darla Wood, who came to prominence as a child actress in the popular “Little Rascals” film series
  • Washita Battlefield National Historic Site
    About an hour away from Vici, this protected area was the site of the battle between the 7th US Cavalry under Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and a Cheyenne village headed by Peace Chief Black Kettle

Looking for the perfect home in Vici, OK? Katie McKinney is the Realtor to call. Get in touch with her here or at 580-374-5886. You may also email katie(at)smithcorerealestate(dotted)com.