Owasso is located approximately 20 miles northeast of Broken Arrow just straight north on Hwy 169 and approximately 10 miles northeast from the Tulsa International Airport.
Bixby is approximately 14 miles southwest of Broken Arrow and is located along the Arkansas River in southern Tulsa County. Bixby is known for its traditional Green Corn festival held every year in June.
As the county seat of Rogers County, Claremore is located approximately 27 miles northeast of Broken Arrow in Rogers County. The location of Claremore is very accessible considering the major highways, turnpikes, rail system and, airports.
Catoosa is located approximately 17 miles northeast of Broken Arrow. Catoosa is mostly in Rogers County with parts of the southern area in Wagoner County.
The Broken Arrow neighboring community of Coweta is located in the Northwest part of Wagoner County approximately 13 miles southeast of Broken Arrow on Highway 51.
Home of the second largest city in Oklahoma, Tulsa County is located in the midst of the Arkansas River and on former lands of the Indian territory Creek and Cherokee County. Tulsa County is comprised by many suburban communities including Broken Arrow, Bixby, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs, Collinsville, Glenpool, Liberty, Mannford, Skiatook, Sperry and others.
Named after the Famous Indian Cowboy Will Rogers, Rogers County is located northeast of Tulsa County. Rogers County Communities include Claremore, Catoosa, Collinsville, Oologah, and others.
Wagoner County is located just southeast of Tulsa County and comprises a small part of Broken Arrow. Wagoner County is comprised of Coweta, Wagoner, Okay, Porter, Redbird, Tullahassee and others.