Moore and Norman are at the southern end of the OKC Metro. Both cities are unique and have a lot to offer residents. Norman offers residents a dense suburban feel while Moore has a more sparse feel and both have a lot of new construction. There are several great restaurants, coffee shops, festivals and parks in both communities. Also, many young professionals live here and the public schools are highly rated.
Living in Moore is a great option for those who would like to be near Oklahoma City, but prefer a more suburban feel. Moore is known for good schools and several parks. Many families and young professionals make up the population of Moore, which is over 60,000 citizens. It is one of the fastest growing communities in the OKC Metro. Moore also offers great entertainment options, such as the Warren Theater, the Yellow Rose Dinner Theater and various amusement parks.
Norman is home to The University of Oklahoma, and is one of the best places to live in the state. Norman is definitely a college town and Campus Corner is a fun place to visit. But Norman has a lot more to offer than just being a college town. The downtown area has been revitalized and is considered very charming. Norman is also known for good schools. There are also excellent educational opportunities because the University of Oklahoma is there. Housing is also considered very affordable in Norman. This community also has many dining and entertainment options for residents.