Antelope Hills

Antelope HillsNW of town
Cheyenne, OK 73628

Phone: 580-497-3318
Toll Free: 877-497-3318
Weather Forecast
H 100° L 71°
Description

Located in Roger Mills County, Antelope Hills are a series of low hills in the bend of the Canadian River. The highest peak is 2,585 ft. These hills were a major landmark for the Spanish explorers, the Plains Indians and settlers moving west on the southern branch of the California Road. This landmark once marked the international boundary between the United States and Mexico and are on the National Registry of Historic Places.

Property Map
Get Directions
Sorry, but we couldn't locate any properties
Amenities
Directions
  • General Information: Free admission

Exit I-40 at Sayre, go N 25 miles to Cheyenne. Go N on Hwy 283 approx 8 mi, then W on Hwy 33 for approx 9 mi to N1740. Go N approx 5 mi to Antelope Hills sign.




  • your name:

  • your email address:

  • friend's name:

  • friend's email address:

  • comment:

  • send

2 comments

Rate this property:

  • name:
  • email address:
  • comment:

From Kevin Sides on 12/19/2013

The Antelope Hills are in the Durham community. Cheyenne, the county seat of Roger Mills County. Go to Durham, drive east 2 miles and 4 miles north. Ofcourse you will see the hills before that but not at Cheyenne.


From beeman on 06/08/2011

spent march 5, 2011 in the hills. Great time of year to go, no snakes or other critters.


 
2
Get Social
Read Related Articles
The visitor center at the Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, near Cheyenne.  This site marks the spot where Chief Black Kettle's village was surprised and massacred by George Custer's cavalry unit.Roger Mills County Genealogy Resources

Discover Roger Mills County and trace your family history and ancestry with this list of county-specific genealogy resources.

The rugged, wild country at the Sandy Sanders Wildlife Management Area, near Erick, is a natural haven for bobcat, deer and many species of birds.Road Trip: Into the Great Wide Open

Welcome to a stirring mix of pop culture, poignant historical sites and small museums resonating with the essence of the prairie experience in soulful western Oklahoma.