Watonga Main Street webpage

Now Open
downtown Watonga

Big Bobbins Fabric Shop
A fabric and craft store
east end of Main Street

'Live at the Liberty'
upcoming events
115 E. Main St. in Watonga

Vintage Wildflower   

Friday, May 9th
Vintage Wildflowers, an all female Celtic group from Tulsa will be performing at the Liberty.
 They showcase three part harmonies and a variety of instruments including harp and fiddle. They have been featured on many national stages including The Kennedy Center in Washington, D. C.

Peterson Family Bluegrass
Friday, June 13th
Peterson Family Bluegrass from Branson.
They have their own show in Branson. Their Branson style entertainment is delightful and wildly entertaining.

Verlon Thompson
, Friday June 13th
Verlon Thompson, world renown singer/songwriter originally from Binger, now makes his home in Nashville.
His songs have been recorded by Randy Travis, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Dierks Bentley and many others.

Ron Block  
Tuesday, July 8th
Ron Block, well respected and world traveled bluegrass musician from Nashville.
He has been a member of Alison Krauss’ Union Station for more than twenty years and is also a member of the Soggy Bottom Boys of “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou”



Watonga Community Theatre
news about current plays and photos of recent performances
Chamber of Commerce
current events and activities in Watonga




Enjoy Watonga's
Noble House!

The Noble House Hotel was built in 1912. It is listed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings.
This building houses the beautiful Noble House Bed & Breakfast where you will be charmed by one of six unique rooms named for prominent Watonga citizens.

  Stay in a luxurious room with antique furnishings and decor.   Each room has a private bathroom with Elizabethan style fixtures.   Two of the rooms boast Jacuzzi style bathtubs.

There is a private dining/meeting room upstairs that makes the Bed & Breakfast the perfect place for family reunions and group retreats.

see pictures of the rooms

 Downstairs is a fine restaurant serving home style favorites using many ingredients from local farms and Oklahoma companies.   From our delicious pancakes with ‘Blue and Gold’ sausage, to a wide variety of hot and cold sandwiches, to premium rib eye steaks with baked potatoes;  every meal of the day is a delight at the Noble House. 

The restaurant is open 6:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Sunday. 

Order off the menu or enjoy one of the many daily specials at an especially-low price.




See what you can shop for without leaving Watonga!

  Watonga Foundation for Academic Excellence
The Watonga Store  - three different mugs to choose from

Watonga Cheese is back!