One of the world’s largest historic oil sources.

Our story is Oklahoma’s story.

Named for the Native American tribe, the town of Seminole grew on a massive scale when oil sprang from the discovery well Fixico Number One, producing over six-thousand barrels of oil after it blew. This small Oklahoma town became one of the biggest sources of oil in the world – almost overnight. Through busts and the Great Depression, Seminole persevered, and its steady growth has continued with manufacturing, Seminole State College and the cherished Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum. 


Celebrate the life of Enoch Kelly Haney: artist, tribal leader and the first Native American to serve in the OK legislature.

Explore Oklahoma

In every place, we discover tales waiting to be shared, weaving together the rich history, vibrant present, and promising future of BancFirst communities across Oklahoma.

Choose A Community

Customer Service
Outside Oklahoma
Hours of Operation
  • M-F: 7 a.m.-10 p.m.
  • Sat: 8 a.m.-10 p.m.
  • Sun: Noon-10 p.m.

Open all holidays except Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.