This is a small 25 acre state park with a 15 acre pond, but the serene beauty beckons you to stroll along the shoreline or just simply sit at your campsite or picnic table and admire the surroundings.
... Adair State Park
Alabaster Caverns State Park, the largest gypsum cave in the world open to the public, is 3/4 miles long. Its rock and mineral formations can be seen in few other places. Massive boulders of alabaster, a fine-grained mass gypsum, is seen in many colors: pink, white and even a rare black.
... Alabaster Caverns State Park
Play in the sand hills of Beaver Dunes State Park! This northwest Oklahoma treasure is a perfect place for off-roading, hiking, camping, or just relaxing.
This 520-acre park in the panhandle region offers dune buggy riding on 300 acres of sand hills, fishing, hiking trails, playground and two
... Beaver Dunes State Park
The scenic beauty of Beavers Bend Resort Park makes it one of Oklahoma's most popular resort areas. Beavers Bend Resort Park includes Beavers Bend State Park, Hochatown State Park, Lakeview Lodge and Cedar Creek Golf Course. The crystal clear water of the lakes and rivers, as well as the 100-ft.
... Beavers Bend Resort Park
Black Mesa State Park, established in 1959, is located in Cimarron County, the northwest sector of the Oklahoma Panhandle, northwest of Boise City on Highway #325. It consists of 549 acres of land, of which 259 acres are leased and 90 acres are state-owned. Lake Carl Etling, the 200- acre lake was
... Black Mesa State Park
Boiling Springs is one of Oklahoma's first state park facilities, having been built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. The park is named for one of several natural springs which occur within the park. At one time these springs had the appearance of "boiling" as the sandy-bottomed
... Boiling Springs State Park
Brushy Lake State Park and adjoining Sallisaw State Park wrap the eastern shoreline of beautiful Brushy Lake, a 358 acre lake with 4 miles of shoreline. The lake has a boat dock and walk out fishing dock.
Bring your RVs, campers, and tents to spend a few days at the park that is open year
... Brushy Lake State Park
This restful hideaway offers a place to get away that features 60 campsites, 26 with electric/water hookups, 33 primitive areas, sanitary dump station, picnic tables (5 group picnic shelters), comfort stations with showers, 2 boat ramps (one lighted ramp), a lighted boat dock, a lighted
... Clayton Lake State Park
Great Salt Plains State Park, developed as a state park in 1952, is perhaps the most unique of all Oklahoma State Parks. Great Salt Plains has intrigued vacationers and rock hounds from all over the globe.
Great Salt Plains State Park boasts the only spot in the world where people can dig for "
... Great Salt Plains State Park
Greenleaf State Park is one of Oklahoma's most beautiful state parks, featuring a 930 acre, sparkling blue lake, cozy stone cabins and a peaceful atmosphere. It's the perfect setting for a restful, memorable vacation. One of Oklahoma's first seven state parks, the lake, cabins and other facilities
... Greenleaf State Park
Depression-era WPA and CCC laborers were responsible for building this 12,496-acre park and lake. More than 60 years later, the recreation site is still known for its cool, clean water suitable for scuba diving. The park was created solely for recreation and features RV hook-ups, campgrounds,
... Lake Murray State Park
Sand dunes and dune buggies in Oklahoma? That's right!
Fasten your seat belts for one of Oklahoma's most exciting state park adventures! Little Sahara State Park, with 1,450 acres of rideable sand dunes ranging in height from 25 to 75 feet, offers the perfect "oasis" for off-road vehicle
... Little Sahara State Park
McGee Creek State Park and Natural Scenic Recreation Area rest on the southwestern edge of the Ouachita Mountain Range in southeast Atoka County, Oklahoma, and offer numerous scenic recreational opportunities from water activities at the McGee Creek State Park
Once privately owned and operated as a tourist attraction, this park was used in the production of the 1970s film, "Where The Red Fern Grows." During the 1980s the private park was closed and many of the buildings and recreational facilities fell into disrepair. In 1990, The Oklahoma Tourism and
... Natural Falls State Park
This state park is a densely wooded, 1,199-acre park that features winding roads, a deep forested canyon and an 18-acre lake that is an angler's dream. Visitors can enjoy such activities as marked hiking trails, tennis, boating (boat rental available), fishing, swimming pool, picnic area and
... Osage Hills State Park
Quartz Mountain Resort Park covers 4300 acres that overlook Lake Altus-Lugert. It was established in 1937 and is one of Oklahoma's original seven state parks. Many facilities had been constructed by the CCC during the 1930s. Its acreage includes granite mountains as well as a wooded and sandy
... Quartz Mountain Resort Park
Red Rock Canyon State Park is located in one of several red sandstone canyons that can be found in this part of Oklahoma, and the history of this area is fascinating. The deep red-walled canyon is where the park gets its name. Comanche, Cheyenne, and other tribes reportedly camped here and outlaws
... Red Rock Canyon State Park
Dawn's sunlight creeps cautiously through the pines in the forest as if reluctant to wake the ghosts of sleeping outlaws. These are the San Bois Mountains, the secret heart of one of Oklahoma's last refuges for desperadoes like the James Brothers and Belle Starr. Robbers Cave State Park is a
... Robber's Cave State Park
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
... Roman Nose State Park
Sequoyah State Park is one of Oklahoma's most scenic parks, located on the shores of Ft. Gibson Reservoir and within the oak-hickory woodland of eastern Oklahoma. The park abounds with a variety of wildlife, including Whitetail deer, raccoon, squirrel, and many species of songbirds.
... Sequoyah State Park
Originally a family farm owned by the Jesse Farley family, Twin Bridges State Park today is a fisherman's haven.
The Park is unique in that it is a peninsula with Spring River on one side and the Neosho River on the other. The two rivers merge below the Park to form the Grand River, which is
... Twin Bridges State Park
The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge was established to protect wildlife species that were in grave danger of extinction, and to restore species that had been eliminated from the area. Bison were reintroduced, along with elk and wild turkey. More recent reintroductions include the prairie dog,
... Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge