Nestled in a magnificent canyon, embraced by crimson shale bluffs and milky gypsum hills, Roman Nose was once a favorite retreat of the Cheyenne Indians. And no wonder, The Spring of Everlasting Waters gurgles forth from subterranean rivers at the rate of 600 gallons per minute, feeding a recreational paradise of waters and wildlife.
Today, Roman Nose is a retreat for you ... a secluded setting for splashing fun in our natural rock swimming pool, a challenging round on our 18-hole golf course, and fishing and boating on nearby lakes Boecher and Watonga. Trout fishing is popular November 1 through March 31.
Cheyenne Chief Roman Nose, for whom the area was named, would marvel at the modern amenities now offered visitors to this picturesque playland. The newly remodeled Roman nose resort Lodge has 47 inviting guest rooms, three large meeting rooms providing 4,315 square feet of function space, 10 cottages and a large dining room filled with the alluring aroma of home-style cooking. Also on the grounds are ten cottages equipped with kitchenettes and fireplaces, along with clean, wooded campgrounds and picnic shelters.
Roman Nose Resort preserves the natural scenic wonders of the canyon, while hosting guests with all the luxuries of home and conveniences of a fine hotel.