Black Mesa State Park

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Black Mesa State Park is located in the panhandle of Oklahoma and is near Lake Carl Etling. Twenty-Three rare plant and eight rare animal species inhabit this area. Black Mesa gets its name from a layer of black lava from a now extinct volcano, that covered the mesa over 30 million years ago.

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CONTACT INFO AND DIRECTIONS:
County Road 325
Kenton, OK. 73946
(580)426-2222

GENERAL:
Camping, Hiking Trail, Boating, Playground, Nature Watching, Black Mesa Preserve, Pets Allowed on Leash

CAMPING:
36 W/E Sites, 1 Handicap; 23 Tent Sites

LODGING:
Group Camp: 12 bunkhouses sleep 12 per bunkhouse. No heat and air

TRAILS:
2 hour hike to the top of the Mesa

FISHING:
Trout Fishing(in season)

ACTIVITIES:
Hiking
Fishing
Nature Preserve
Wildlife Watching
Ideal Star Gazing

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