Roman Nose State Park, named after the Southern Cheyenne chief, Henry Roman Nose, is one of the original seven Oklahoma State Parks. Set amidst beautiful canyons, recreational activities at this state park include exploring the natural springs and Civilian Conservation Corp structures, an 18-hole golf course, swimming pools, hiking trails, two lakes, trout fishing in season, canoeing, paddle boating, mountain biking as well as seasonal rental reservations for horse back rides and hayrides are available. Swimming in the lakes is not allowed, but fishing and no-wake boating are welcome.
Information about events or ranger-led programs can be found on the Roman Nose State Park Facebook page or at TravelOK.com
Roman Nose State Park features 11 cabins and a beautiful lodge. The 22-room lodge, originally constructed in 1956, has been completely renovated to reflect the natural landscape of the area. The reconstruction emphasizes the lodge's original mid-century design, while beautifully updating the look to today's modern standards. The newly decorated rooms feature large showers, comfy beds, contemporary furnishings with a nod to mid-century design and large flat-screen televisions. A restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner is located within the lodge. Use the green 'Book Now' button on the TravelOK.com web page to conveniently make cabin or lodge reservation.