Black Mesa Bed and Breakfast
Visitors to the northwest corner of the Oklahoma panhandle can spend days exploring the rugged hillsides and evenings in the comfort of a home away from home. Located two mile north of Kenton, near the base of magnificent Black Mesa, this 1910 native rock ranch house boast the best in the country hospitality.
The Roberts Ranch, a working cattle ranch, originates at the eastern point of Black Mesa and spreads to the south and east along the Cimarron River (Directions). Monty Joe and Vicki Roberts serve as your host. Accommodations include a ground level double occupancy room, a second story suite that sleeps 8, a bunkhouse with two separate rooms that sleep 4 each, and an upper room that may sleep 2 making Black Mesa Bed & Breakfast an ideal headquarters for small groups. Children are welcome.
Whatever your interest; hiking, rock hounding, history, fishing, hunting, birding, astronomy or just the desire to escape from your daily routine, the Black Mesa area will surpass all your expectations. Often referred to as, "OKLAHOMA'S BEST KEPT SECRET ," the Dry Cimarron Valley is one of the most unique areas in the world.