• Uncover breathtaking scenery and limitless recreational opportunities at Oklahoma's state parks.

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State Parks

Get a sense of the natural allure of Oklahoma by visiting one of our 35 state parks. In addition to relaxing in the beautiful surroundings - lakes, mountains, sand dunes, and forests - you can hike, bike, fish or participate in organized park activities. Then rest in a comfortable lodge or cabin, or camp in your own tent or RV.

Find the perfect outdoor adventure to get you off the couch and into the great outdoors at any of the 35 diverse Oklahoma State Parks. Go rappelling at Red Rock Canyon State Park or boulder hopping and climbing at Robbers Cave State Park. Bring your own dune buggy or rent an ATV and fly over the dunes at Little Sahara State Park or grab your wet suit and have a scuba adventure in Lake Tenkiller's dive park.

Take a guided cave tour at Alabaster Caverns State Park or enjoy your own wild caving experience at the park. Reel in trophy stripers at Lake Texoma State Park or cast for trout in the Mountain Fork River at Beavers Bend State Park. Enjoy boating and every imaginable water sport at Lake Murray State Park and then visit the unique Tucker Tower Nature Center in the park. Hike down to enjoy the view of Natural Falls State Park or up to the top of Black Mesa, Oklahoma's highest point. Whatever outdoor interest you may pursue, Oklahoma state parks have plenty for you to enjoy.

There are several ways to plan your Oklahoma State Park getaway. Use the booking link in the upper right corner to reserve a lodge room, cabin or golf course tee time at selected parks. Click on the State Parks photo icon below to browse all state parks or click here to find state parks with lodges or state parks with cabins or a list of state parks with RV camping. Click on the view a map link on the right to view all of the state park locations on a map so you can find the perfect location. Already know which park you're looking for? Just enter the name in the site search box in the upper right corner of the page. Or, explore our photo and video galleries on the right to find the landscape that is perfectly suited for your outdoor adventure.

 
State Park Search

You can select as many or as few choices as you like from the following options. Once you have made your choices, click the go button at the bottom of this page.

Select a region:
Park Activities: (you can choose more than one)
  •  Archery
  •  ATV/ORV
  •  Biking
  •  Boating
  •  Canoeing, Kayaking & Rafting
  •  Disc Golf
  •  Fishing
  •  Golfing
  •  Hiking
  •  Horse Rental
  •  Horseback Riding
  •  Hunting
  •  Rock Climbing/Rappelling
  •  Scuba Diving
  •  Spelunking
  •  Swimming
  •  Waterskiing
Park Lodging: (you can choose more than one)
  •  ADA-Compliant Rooms
  •  Cabins
  •  Equestrian Camping
  •  Group Camp
  •  Lodge
  •  Pet Friendly Cabin
  •  Pet Friendly Lodge
  •  RV Sites
  •  Tent Camping
Park Amenities: (you can choose more than one)
  •  ADA Compliant
  •  Dump Station
  •  Elec. 30 Amp
  •  Elec. 50 Amp
  •  Equestrian Trails
  •  Full Hookups
  •  Lake Access
  •  Marina
  •  Pets Allowed in Park
  •  Playground
  •  Pool
  •  Pull Thru Sites
  •  Restaurant On-Site
  •  River Access
  •  Showers
  •  Swim Beach
  •  Water Hookup
Show State Parks along a highway: (you can choose more than one)
  •  I-35
  •  I-40
  •  I-44
  •  Route 66
  •  US-183
  •  US-270
  •  US-412
  •  US-69
  •  US-75
  •  US-81
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State Parks Articles

Oklahoma offers many diverse camping options perfect for an RV or motorhome getaway. read more

Come along on a tour of Lake Murray State Park in Ardmore, Oklahoma’s oldest and largest state park, and discover popular day-use areas, campground information, insider tips and fun park activities. read more

Camping is a great way to enjoy the outdoors while building family memories that will last a lifetime. Discover why campgrounds in Oklahoma are so popular with this list of camping tips, how-tos, recipe ideas & much more. read more

Where best to stretch your legs? Here are three intermediate-level hiking trails good enough to break in those boots. read more

From the caves of Alabaster Caverns State Park to the sand dunes of Little Sahara State Park and the oasis of Boiling Springs, the state parks northwest Oklahoma serve up diverse landscapes for outdoor enthusiasts. read more

Lace up your hiking boots, grab your binoculars and head to the Oklahoma panhandle where you'll find a birding paradise - Black Mesa State Park and Nature Preserve. Over 100 species of birds are frequently spotted amidst the plateaus and junipers that dot this rugged landscape. read more




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