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Autograph Rock

HC 1, 7 miles north and 7 miles west of Boise City, Boise City, OK 73933-9801
+1 580-544-3344
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Worth the effort

You take a long ride down dirt roads to get there. Probably about 10 miles and worth the effort if... read more

Reviewed 11 April 2017
SpiderSD
Rock formation with old inscriptions

Autograph Rock is a 200 yard long and 25 feet high rock cliff. It is located in Cold Spring Creek... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
Anton E
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Lenzing, Austria
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This historical rock bears more than 200 signatures of people who passed it on the Santa Fe Trail between 1822 and the 1880s. Located on private property, visits can be arranged by calling in advance.
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HC 1, 7 miles north and 7 miles west of Boise City, Boise City, OK 73933-9801
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

You take a long ride down dirt roads to get there. Probably about 10 miles and worth the effort if you can find it. It is worth the effort to get there. We slowly walked along the sandstone bluff with names and dates carved into...More

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Reviewed 14 February 2017

Autograph Rock is a 200 yard long and 25 feet high rock cliff. It is located in Cold Spring Creek Vacinity in the panhandle of Oklahoma posted private property, owned by the Sharp family. It is not accessible by the public unless permission is granted...More

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Reviewed 30 November 2014

You will not find an area with as much history as you will find at autograph rock. The only problem is that it is on private property and you must have permision to be there.

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Reviewed 22 October 2013

This is history frozen in time. Travelers along the Santa Fe Trail, during trail days would stop here for water on their 4 month journey across the plains from Missouri to Santa Fe. With a little time to spare many carved their names, dates and...More

5  Thank Jim B
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Reviewed 11 January 2012

This area is fantastic for sightseeing, autograph rock, mummy cave, petroglyphs, dinosaur bones area, dinosaur tracks in stone creek bottom, robbers roost, black mesa, old stone cabins. A place that should be turned into a national park.

12  Thank 2003Doug-C
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rmartin991
1 October 2016|
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Response from Jim B | Reviewed this property |
I would go to the Court House In Boise City.
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