Black Mesa in the fall




Monty Joe & Vicki Roberts, Owners

When Horace Greeley penned his famous, "Go west young man," it is unclear to which part of the west he was referring.

If he had traveled the Santa Fe Trail and taken the Cimarron Cut-Off, it is certain he was awed by the same sights that await you.

Rising above the horizon, the Black Mesa stands majestically as the highest point in Oklahoma. With an elevation of 4,973', at the high point monument lures hikers from all over the world.

Days of adventure are capped off with spectacular sunsets and enjoyable conversation at Black Mesa Bed & Breakfast.

Black Mesa Bed and Breakfast Ranch House

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, and the new Sunrise Cabin that can sleep 4;  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.

These are some of the sights and destinations around the area: 
3 sisters   3 state marker  Ranch House at night  rainbow  Back Mesa in the snow  Oklahoma High Point   
Old Maid  Wedding Cake          


These are the accommodations you may choose from:  

Book a night or a week! Quickly!

Please call for reservations. 

The Main House Living Room   (for sittin' a spell)      The Main House Upstairs Family Suite    

The Bunkhouse  Bunkhouse Room 1 Bunkhouse Room 2
The Upper Room The Upper Room Interior

The Sunrise Cabin* East Porch

The Sunrise Cabin* Inside

The Sunrise Cabin* Inside

Three Sisters ] 3 State Marker ] Night Time at the Ranch House ] Rainbow ] Black Mesa in the snow ] High Point Monument ] Old Maid ] Wedding Cake ] Sunset ] Fall Colors ] Storm ] Dino Tracks ] Living Room ] Family Suite ] Bunkhouse 1 ] Bunkhouse 2 ] [Upper Room] [Upper Room Interior] [Sunrise Cabin Porch] [Sunrise Cabin Inside] [Sunrise Cabin Inside 2]

Rates:   Single   Single  $83.00/night + tax       Couples  $122.00/night + tax     Children  +$15.00/night    Children 16+ $25.00/night 
             (Children under 6 are Free), Dogs +$30 one time charge
               Group Rates Available  (New Prices as of August 1, 2023)

* The Sunrise Cabin is $152.00 per night +tax:
This includes: A queen bed, double futon, refrigerator, microwave, Keurig coffee maker, full bath w/shower, handicap accessible,   
Heat & Air, fully covered porch.

                  All nights include country breakfast.   


Major Credit Cards Accepted  

No Smoking Please         

How to Find Us

P.O. Box 81
Kenton, OK 73946
 Directions to the BMBB       or   



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Links to Local Information:

  The Oklahoma Wildlife & Prairie Heritage Alliance

The Great Plains Trail Website

Kenton Oklahoma on Wikipedia

Black Mesa State Park and Nature Preserve

Oklahoma Travel Website

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This Page Last Updated :  August 22, 2023
This site is managed and updated by the webmaster:  John Ensworth