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Relocation Packet



Watonga Golf Club
Airport Road


Roman Nose Golf

18 holes



Driving Range

Hwy 8A





Running & Jogging Track

High School Complex

Football Field


Huff-Lorang Park

Soccer, Softball, & Baseball


Legion Park Baseball

Softball & Playground

Highway 33


East Library Park

Volleyball & Playground

2nd & Prouty


Roman Nose State Park

Swimming Pool




Watonga Community Theatre
115 E. Main


City Park
Tennis Courts & Playground

6th & Leach St.


Watonga Public Library

300 N. Prouty



Watonga Senior Citizens

112 S. Noble


 Watonga is located seventy miles northwest of Oklahoma City. The population is approximately 4,000 and Watonga is the County Seat of Blaine County.

 Founded in 1892, Watonga is named for the Arapaho Chief Watanga, or (Black Coyote).

 Agriculture and ranching are big business here, along with gypsum mining and manufacturing. Diamondback Correctional Facility provides many additional jobs for Watonga.

 Watonga is a popular spot for antique shopping, browsing through museums, and fine dining.

  The second Friday & Saturday in October, thousands converge on Watonga for the annual Cheese Festival. Visitors enjoy crafts, antiques, street dancing, cheese tasting, food contests, a parade, mechanical bull riding, quilt shows, the great rat race, mouse walk, good food, classic car shows and great entertainment.

 Rich in cultural western history, Watonga has retained it's beautiful turn-of-the-century plains architecture. Individuals and tour groups enjoy spending time in Watonga. The Chamber of Commerce will provide step-on-tour guides if requested.

Restaurants and Lodging

A List of Churches

City/County Government