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Bend of the River Outfitters is primarily located within Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Roger Mills County is on the western border of Oklahoma. The South Canadian River flows along the northern border of the county. The town of Cheyenne is the county seat and the largest town. It is near the center of the county and is about 125 miles west of Oklahoma City.
The topography of Roger Mills County is mostly rolling, but there are some nice cottonwood bottoms. The altitude ranges from 2,600 feet at Antelope Hills in the northwestern part of the county to 1,700 feet in the southeastern part where the Washita River flows into Custer County. The Washita River flows through the central part and drains about three-fourths of the county.
The climate of Roger Mills County is sub-humid, temperate, and continental. It is characterized by hot summers, mild winters, relatively high wind velocities, and wide fluctuations in rainfall.