Black Gold Motel – Pawhuska Lodging off Hwy 60 in Osage County, Oklahoma

The Black Gold Motel is an eclectic form of Pawhuska lodging located off Hwy 60 in Osage County, downtown Pawhuska.  With roots in Osage County history, this motel was named for the 1924 Kentucky Derby champion.  Black Gold, the horse of fame, was owned by an Osage Oklahoman.  The Black Gold Motel, located in historic Pawhuska, Oklahoma is owned and operated by life-long local area residents since 1999.  All of our rooms have in suite bathrooms and offer free Wi-Fi and TVs with Direct TV, as well as microwaves and minifridges.  Whether on a business trip, a fun family outing, or on vacation we would love the opportunity to make your overnight stay pleasant and comfortable. The Osage Hills area of Oklahoma is known for country charm as well as friendly pioneering spirit.  The Black Gold Motel is located close to downtown shopping and dining in Pawhuska, Oklahoma — home of The Pioneer Woman Mercantile.  Clean rooms at affordable prices.  If you are searching for Pawhuska Lodging in Osage County, Oklahoma – you just found it!

Black Gold race horse with jockey on its back.

1924 Kentucky Derby champion, Black Gold.


544 Mathews Ave, Pawhuska, OK 74056