Black Kettle National Grassland, Cheyenne

4.5
#29 of 47 in Outdoors in Oklahoma
Outdoor Activity · Hidden Gem
The Black Kettle National Grassland, in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma and Hemphill County, Texas, contains 31,286 acres (12,661 ha) of which 30,710 acres (12,430 ha) are in Oklahoma.
Named for the Indian leader Black Kettle, the grassland is managed by the Cibola National Forest, which also manages the Rita Blanca National Grassland in Dallam County, Texas and Cimarron County, Oklahoma, and McClellan Creek National Grassland in Gray County, Texas.
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  • Stayed at spring creek camp ground. Nice primitive site. Picnic table and fire pit provided. Very peaceful area.  more »
  • On a recent trip I went here. It's displays in The Visitor Center blew my mind. It is a very fair in his treatment of both positions regarding the military and the Native Americans. no matter your...  more »
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  • Loved getting off of i40 and driving through when my sister and I were driving from OKC to Amarillo. I wished I'd gotten there earlier in the day. I think most of the birds and critters were taking their siestas when we were there.
  • Not much to see here except it is a very historic area and interesting to tour.

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