Black Kettle Recreation Area

Black Kettle Recreation Area Hwy 47 A
Cheyenne, OK 73628

Phone: 580-497-2143
Fax: 580-497-2379
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The Black Kettle Recreation Area in Cheyenne offers picnic areas, a boat ramp, lake, fishing, hiking trails, tent camping, interpretive trails, no wake boating and nature viewing. Visitors to this area will find paved interior roads, water and restrooms on site. There is no fee for camping, and no reservations are required. No RV hookups available.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant

  • General Information: Free admission

  • On-site Activities: Fishing, Hiking

Day

Open

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Sunday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Monday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Tuesday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Wednesday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Thursday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Friday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Saturday

6:00 am

10:00 pm

Open year round for day use.

Take exit 22 off of I-40, travel N for 35 miles on Hwy 283. Located off Hwy 283, 10 miles N of Cheyenne.




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