Roman Nose State Park is located in west central Oklahoma in Blaine Countyon SR 8A, eight miles north of Watonga, 81 miles west-northwest of Oklahoma City, near 83-acre Lake Watonga. It is named in honor of last Cheyenne warrior-chief, Henry Roman Nose.
This area is a scenic retreat of cedar, buffalo grass and sage set on a canyon bluff. The 515-acre park features a 47-guest Resort Lodge with ten cottages, three meeting rooms (capacity of 125), and The Redbird Restaurant. The park also has two camping areas with 65 campsites with hookups, and a 160-capacity group camp.
Recreational activities include swimming; paddleboating; horseback riding with equestrian trail; hiking, biking and nature trails; hayrides; volleyball; badminton and an Indian Adventure Program.
Other features include a community building, the Spring of Everlasting Waters (a convergence of underground rivers flowing at 600 gallons/minute), grocery store, 18-hole golf course with putting green, pro shop and rentals.