Kenton, OK 73946
Located near Black Mesa, dinosaur tracks have been preserved in a sandstone creek bed. Be sure to walk down into the creek bed to see two sets of prehistoric tracks. The dinosaur tracks are located on private property, but viewing is allowed during daylight hours.
General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Tour Information: Guided Tours
Approximately 1 mile E of Kenton, take blacktop road marked "Black Mesa Nature Preserve" and go 5.2 miles N. Turn right on dirt road just N of bridge and follow until turn area. Walk down into creek bed.
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