Roman Nose State Park
NOTICE – The public swimming pool at Roman Nose State Park will be shutting down operations for the 2017 season on July 17, due to a shortage of lifeguards. Please contact the park office with any questions.
Roman Nose State Park, named after a Cheyenne chief, is one of the original seven Oklahoma state parks. Set amidst a beautiful canyon, recreational activities at this state park include an 18-hole golf course, swimming pools, hiking trails, two lakes, trout fishing in season, canoeing, paddle boats, mountain biking, horse stables and hayrides by reservation. Rentals include canoes, kayaks, paddleboats and mountain bikes. Swimming in the lakes is not allowed, but fishing and no-wake boating are welcome.
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 above to make cabin or lodge reservations.
Roman Nose State Park offers many breathtaking views of the canyon, gypsum rock cliffs and is home to three natural springs. Group camps and picnic areas are located throughout the park. Camping is available at one of the 12 full hookup RV sites, 35 sites with water and electric or 33 tent sites. There are a total of 27 RV campsites available in the Bitter Creek, Two Lakes and Canyon Vista campgrounds for reservation by accessing the green button at the top of this page. All other RV sites are first come, first serve. The area also offers excellent opportunities for fall foliage and wildlife viewing. Teepee rentals are available from April through October. Group rates are also available.
The public pool is open seasonally from late May through early August.
RV sites with electric & water hookups: $22
RV sites with electric, water & sewer hookups: $25
Premium sites: Additional $5
Teepee rentals: $25 per night (advance reservation required)
Public pool fees:
3 and under: Free
Ages 4-12: $5
Ages 13 & up: $6
Seniors 62 and over: $3.50
100% disabled guests: $2.50
Senior Discounts for Cabins & Lodge Rooms:
A discount (currently 15%) may be given to senior and disabled visitors on the established nightly rate per cabin or lodge room Sunday-Thursday nights only, excluding holidays. Some restrictions may apply.
Senior Discounts for Campsites:
The senior discount is currently $2 off the daily published rate for designated standard RV and tent campsites. Utility fees are not discounted.
Total disability discount is currently 50% of the base rate for designated standard RV and tent campsites. Utility and premium campsite fees are not discounted.
Senior discounts are also offered on swimming pool fees and other recreational features. Weekday discounts are offered to senior golfers for specific tee times.
For more information on senior and disabled discounts, please click ’Senior Citizen & Physically Challenged Visitor Opportunities’ under Maps & Resources located below. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
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