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Find out what really is up in the panhandle at the Black Mesa Bed and Breakfast

Kenton, OK

Sitting at the foothills of the Black Mesa in Kenton, is the Black Mesa Bed and Breakfast.  Above the horizon, the mesa stands majestically as the highest point in Oklahoma, with an elevation of 4,973 feet luring hikers from all over the world.  For years, owners Monty Joe and Vicki Roberts have been welcoming guests into their 1910 native rock ranch house and sharing their special lifestyle.

The Roberts Ranch is a working cattle ranch that originates at the eastern point of Black Mesa and  spreads to the south and east along the Cimarron River.  Only a few places in Oklahoma can rival the beautiful scenery and sunsets that this ranch offers.  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.  Families come to enjoy hiking, rock hounding, history, fishing, hunting, birding, astronomy and star gazing or just to escape from daily routines.

The Dry Cimarron Valley is one of the most unique areas in the world and is sure surpass all of your expectations!  Children and pet are welcome and all nights include an authentic country breakfast.  To book a stay see: