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 The Blaine County Courthouse was built in 1906 and placed on the registry in 1984.

 Stop to meditate and appreciate the beauty of the Ferguson Chapel, a 1902 restored Presbyterian Church, located across the street north of the court house.


 Three blocks north of the chapel you will find Watonga's historic "White House". The home was built in 1901 by T. B. Ferguson, the 6th Territorial Governor of Oklahoma. It is open for tours Wednesday - Saturday, 10:00 - 4:00. The tours are free, although donations are appreciated. Watonga's first jail is also located on the property and a U.S. Calvary Remount Station, which was originally located west of town on the banks of the North Canadian River.


 Enjoy a relaxing lunch at the historic Noble House Restaurant, listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. The restaurant is open Mon. thru Sat. 6 am - 8 pm, and Sunday dinner buffet.
In May 2004, six rooms upstairs were completed for the Noble House Bed & Breakfast.


 Travel down the block and around the corner to Country Home Antiques, a beautifully restored building, full of treasures.

Two doors down, you will find the Watonga Floral & Antique Mall, which offers everything from flowers, homemade chocolate fudge, Red Dirt T-Shirts, antiques, collectibles, fine jewelry, and much more.





 You'll appreciate the beauty of Temptations Gifts, Etc, another restored building. The murals on the walls date back to the early 1900's. Temptations has a fine selection of collectibles, fresh-ground coffees and herbal teas and gift items.


 Clewell's Family Hardware, Stevens Carpet, Inc. End O'Main Restaurant & Catering, Dollar General, and
Watonga Printing
are anchor retail businesses in Watonga's Main Street area.


 The local newspaper, Watonga Republican, is also located on Main Street. The newspaper was started by T. B. Ferguson while Oklahoma was still Indian Territory. Watonga's is also one of few towns that can boast of a bowling alley downtown.

 On the west side of Clewell's Hardware, you will find the latest Main Street Organization project, the Centennial Park, with engraved bricks and restroom facilities.


 If time allows, a trip out to Roman Nose State Park is a must-see. The rugged canyons and gypsum-rimmed mesas are unique to this area. The Park was once a favorite retreat of the Cheyenne Indians. Today, Roman Nose Resort & Park can be a retreat for you with an 18-hole golf course, camping, hiking, fishing, swimming, horse back riding, bicycling, paddle boats, miniature golf and canoeing. Hungry? Stop in at the General Store On The Lake and enjoy one of their onion-fried hamburgers.


 Boyhood Home of Clarence Nash
the Voice of Donald Duck Let us help you plan a day trip, or come and stay longer.
Watonga has three fine motels, bed & breakfast, plus the 20-room lodge at Roman Nose Park.


 Old High School
It was built by the WPA and dedicated in September of 1939.
It became the 'Junior High' when a new high school building was built in 1963.