While it's probably the furthest thought in the mind of Oklahoma's youth, retirement is one of those subjects that grows more important in due time.

If you want to stay in the cheap and affordable comfort of the Sooner State in your golden years, not all cities are created equal. What you may gain in monetary savings might cost you in entertainment.

Then again, most retired people follow the same path. They stay really active for the first few years before settling into a never-changing routine of hanging out around the house 99% of the time.

Here's the rundown on the best counties to retire in Oklahoma.

LOOK: Best Counties To Retire to in Oklahoma

Stacker compiled a list of the best counties to retire in Oklahoma using data from Niche.

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The Best Places to Live in Oklahoma

When it comes to living in Oklahoma, there is no shortage of opinions on where you should live. If you compare all of the different metrics--schools, cost of living, diversity, amenities, etc--you'll get a slightly different list every time... but if you compound all of them into one, you get this list. The best places to live in Oklahoma.

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America's Most Boring Major Cities

Any and everyone who lives in a small Oklahoma town complains about how there's "nothing to do," but it's such a common complaint that living in bigger cities isn't always any better. Case and point, here's a quick list of big cities where people constantly complain about how boring it is living there.

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