Watch this 2018 feature on Roman Nose State Park from Discover Oklahoma
The diverse landscape of Roman Nose State Park offers breathtaking views of canyons, mesas and gypsum rock cliffs and is home to three natural springs. The largest of these water features is called the “Spring of Everlasting Waters,” which flows at approximately 600 gallons per minute. Towering cedar trees, buffalo grass and wild blue sage add to the park’s ambience.
Roman Nose State Park is named after Cheyenne Indian Chief Henry Roman Nose and is one of the seven original Oklahoma state parks.
Activities: Biking, Canoeing/Kayaking, Children’s programs, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Watchable Wildlife
Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma map: No. 54
Miles from Enid: 64
Directions from Enid: Travel west on Hwy. 412 (Owen K Garriott Rd.) for 20 miles to Ringwood, turn south on Hwy. 58. Continue south for 10 miles, then continue straight onto Hwy 8 for 30 miles. Turn north (right) onto Hwy. 8A and continue for 2.6 miles into Roman Nose State Park.