Roman Nose State Park is one of the state’s premier facilities with a full service resort lodge offering swimming, tennis, golf and several meeting rooms. Also available in the park are cabins, teepee shelters, RV sites, tent sites, picnic areas and a large group camp. It also offers bicycle routes suitable for every level of riding ability. For the touring bicyclist who likes to enjoy the open road, smell the flowers and see what is around the bend or over the next hill, there is almost a limitless number of routes available. It is an easy, five mile ride into Watonga to visit the cheese factory, tour the home of Oklahoma’s sixth territorial governor, T.B. Ferguson and have lunch, or you can set off on your choice of several scenic loops ranging from a flat 12 miles to a 62-mile route which includes some rather demanding hills near the North Canadian River. No matter which loop one chooses, small towns can be found about every ten miles where riders can rest or obtain food and water.