Welcome to Rogers County, Oklahoma. Established in 1907 by the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Rogers County is rich in history and culture. Named after Cherokee rancher Clem Vann Rogers, the father of notable screen actor Will Rogers, Rogers County boasts the fastest growing population in the state. But it's no surprise that folks want to call Rogers County home. Sitting only 29 miles outside of Tulsa, we have some of the most competitive real estate prices in the country, As well, Rogers State University in the county seat of Claremore continues to draw more students than any other university in the state of Oklahoma.