Roman Nose State Park
Roman Nose State Park is the host location of Oklacon. Once a winter campground of the Cheyenne tribe, this area now is a scenic retreat set on a canyon bluff that over-looks ancient mesas. Towering cedar, buffalo grass, and wild blue sage add to the beauty of this legendary setting, and to the enjoyment of the many recreational activities. Set amidst a beautiful canyon, recreation activities at this state park include an 18 hole golf course, tennis courts, volleyball court, hiking trails, two lakes, miniature golf, canoeing, paddle boats, horse stables and hay rides. Tent and RV campsites are located throughout the park. The area also offers good opportunities for fall foliage viewing. Roman Nose Resort is also on site and offers lodge rooms, banquet rooms, a full service restaurant and cabins.
Oklacon is located at a group camp site of Roman Nose State Park, at a large camp structure called Turkey Roost. Basic lodging is included with the price of registration in the form of A-Frames, large structures that house 16 bunk beds. Fourteen private cabins are also available for rent, per the instructions on the Private Cabins page. A beautiful new park lodge opened in October of 2010, which has rooms available for bookings through the convention. Additionally, attendees may bring a tent or RV and camp in your own space for an additional park fee.