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The City of Guymon
The City of Guymon
424 N Main St.
Guymon, OK 73942
(580) 338-0137

Featured Attractions -

Black Mesa Day Trip or Bus Tour

Black Mesa points of interest map.jpg

*Click above to hear the virtual tour guide speak on each point of interest on the map. 
The mesa gets its name as it is capped by erosion resistant basaltic lava formed by a volcanic eruption approximately 3 to 5 million years ago. The lava erupted from a vent in the Raton-Clayton volcanic field in northeastern New Mexico and southeastern Colorado. The area has produced evidence of numerous dinosaurs, Plains Indians, Coronado the Spanish Conquistador, Santa Fe Trail travelers, outlaws and now ranchers.

A full point of interest narrative and map is available in the Travel Information Center on Southeast Highway 3 in Guymon, the City of Guymon City Hall or by clicking here.

An Animal Watcher's Secret, Playa Lakes Loop
Playa Lakes Loop
The Guymon Travel Center is also home to a new travel kiosk featuring maps and info on the Playa Lake and Black Mesa Loops.  

This is a nature tourists loop through several counties- The most important wetlands you’ve never heard about.

The Playa Lakes, are popular to many migrating waterfowl and shorebirds such as long-billed curlews, greater yellowlegs, black-necked stilts, and American avocets. If you travel our Playa Lake Loop, you will experience a wetland-type incredibly unique- 95% of the world’s playa lakes lie on the western Great Plains!

Burrowing owls, badgers, swift fox, ferruginous hawks, and more live along the loop and prairie dog towns.

For lodging, special notes, routes and more visit the Play Lake Loop link above.

Things to Do

Whether it’s bird watching, feeding, wildlife photography or the landscape, the loop is sure to please any Nature Tourist.

Road Trip
View and print the road trip of the Playa Lakes Loop.

Other Guymon Attractions include:

18-Hole USGA Rated Golf Course
No Man's Land Museum
All Fired Up Art Gallery and Certified Incubator
Sunset Lake at Thompson Park

Wildlife Refuge East of Sunset Lake 
Walking Trails at 5 parks 
Main Street Historic District
Guymon Community Theatre
New 8 Screen Movie Theater
Drive-In Theatre, Pizzeria, and RV Park
Shopping Centers (Mariah, Northridge, & Pioneer Plazas, Downtown, Mid-Town, Hwy 54 and Hwy 64)  
Skateboard Park
Oklahoma Panhandle State University