Greenleaf State Park

Greenleaf State Park 3 miles S of Braggs on Hwy 10 S
Braggs, OK 74423

Phone: 918-487-5196
Fax: 918-487-5406

Tucked away in the hills of eastern Oklahoma, Greenleaf State Park offers spectacular scenery and is a family-friendly state park. The park includes Greenleaf Lake as well as cabins, campgrounds, family recreation facilities and nature hiking trails. The lake cabins and other facilities at Greenleaf State Park were built in the 1930s by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The original buildings, constructed of native stone, remain a lasting and beautiful tribute to those who built them.

The park has 16 cabins with bathrooms, kitchens with full size appliances, heat and air. Dishes, cooking utensils, linens and towels are also provided. There are fireplaces in 10 of the cabins. All cabins have satellite television. The cabins are approximately 350 square feet in size. The park also has the "Cabin on the Lake," which is a handicapped accessible cabin designed to meet the challenges of the physically disabled. Pets are allowed in all cabins for a small nightly fee. Firewood is available for purchase and firewood is not provided to cabins. A total of 14 cabins will sleep up to four guests, one cabin will sleep two guests and one cabin will sleep up to eight guests between two bedrooms.

Tucked away in the hills of eastern Oklahoma, Greenleaf State Park offers spectacular scenery and is a family-friendly state park. The park includes Greenleaf Lake as well as cabins, campgrounds, family recreation facilities and nature hiking trails. The lake cabins and other facilities at Greenleaf State Park were built in the 1930s by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The original buildings, constructed of native stone, remain a lasting and beautiful tribute to those who built them.

The park has 16 cabins with bathrooms, kitchens with full size appliances, heat and air. Dishes, cooking utensils, linens and towels are also provided. There are fireplaces in 10 of the cabins. All cabins have satellite television. The cabins are approximately 350 square feet in size. The park also has the "Cabin on the Lake," which is a handicapped accessible cabin designed to meet the challenges of the physically disabled. Pets are allowed in all cabins for a small nightly fee. Firewood is available for purchase and firewood is not provided to cabins. A total of 14 cabins will sleep up to four guests, one cabin will sleep two guests and one cabin will sleep up to eight guests between two bedrooms.

In addition, the park features 100 RV campsites, some with 50 amp electric and full hookups, as well as 100 tent campsites, a community building, pavilion, enclosed shelter, outdoor shelter, 18-hole miniature golf course and laundry center. Guests will also enjoy the swimming pool, swim beach, amphitheater, discovery center, playgrounds, hiking trails, volleyball courts and basketball courts.

The park naturalist offers astronomy programs, campfire programs, as well as arts and crafts, storytelling, nature hikes and more. No jet skis or wave runners are allowed on Greenleaf Lake. The kids' pond allows children 16 and under to fish at no charge with no permit required. Located in Braggs, the park also offers activities such as wildlife viewing and holiday events.

***NOTICE*** The Ankle Express Hiking Trail (18 mile hiking trail) will be closed October 16, 17 and 18 for military maneuvers. The area will be closed beyond the entrance to the swinging bridge. Please do not come expecting to hike the trail past the swinging bridge. The trail will also be closed from October 24 to November 1 and November 21 to December 6 for deer hunting.

***NOTICE***Due to winterization at Greenleaf State Park, the Multi-Use Meeting Facility (laundry, game room, meeting room) and both the Cypress Ridge and Gobbler Ridge RV campgrounds will be closed from December 1, 2015, to March 1, 2016.

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  • Discounts: Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, ADA Rooms, Amphitheater, Campsites, Credit Cards Accepted, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Full Hookups, Gift Shop, Grills, Lake Access, Lake/River View, Laundry, Lodging On Site, Mail Service, Marina, Meeting Space Available, Naturalist on site, Non-smoking, Office WiFi, Outdoor Grills, Park Ranger, Pets Allowed, Pets Allowed in Cabin, Pets Allowed in Park, Picnic Area, Playground, Pool Outdoor, Pull Thru Sites, Restrooms, Showers, Swim Beach, Water Hookup, Waterfront Sites

  • General Information: Free admission, Number of Units: 16

  • Group Amenities: Group Rates Available

  • Location: Recreation Area, State Park

  • On-site Activities: Biking, Boating, Canoeing/Rafting/Kayaking, Children's Programs, Fishing, Hiking, Swimming, Volleyball, Watchable Wildlife

  • On-site Lodging: Cabin/Cottage, RV Sites, Tent Sites

  • Rentals: Canoe Rental, Fishing Boat Rental, Kayak Rental, Paddleboat Rental, Pontoon Rental

  • Room Amenities: Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, Kitchen Facilities, Microwave, Refrigerator

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units, 2-Bedroom Units, Queen





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Park office hours listed above.

Cabin check in: 3pm
Check out: 11am

The pool is open from late May through Labor Day. The pool is open Friday through Tuesday from 12-7pm. Admission is $4 per person for day visitors or $3 per person for cabin guests and campers.

Miniature golf equipment is available at the park office from 8am-4:30pm daily. Equipment is also available at the pool during the summer season.

Cabin pet fee: $10 per night, per pet

Tent sites: $12

RV sites with electric & water hookups: $20

RV sites with electric, water & sewer hookups: $23

Premium sites: Additional $5

Campsite reservations are accepted in the Gobbler Ridge Campground from March through November. A total of 42 sites with water and electric hookups are available, and most have 50 amp electric. Reservations must be made at least five days in advance, and rates are $20 per night with a one time non-refundable, non-transferable $5 fee. The fee covers one RV or two tents. Reservations must be for two days on weekends and three days on holiday weekends. In addition, full payment is required for reserved sites over holiday weekends. Call for reservations.

Pool Fees:

$4 per person (day-use visitors)

$3 per person for cabin guests and campers

Miniature golf equipment: $3 per person

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From I-40, Exit 287 (Gore/Webbers Falls), travel 6 miles following Hwy 100 to Hwy 10, then Hwy 10 N to park. From Tulsa area: Take Muskogee Turnpike south and exit on Hwy 62 East. Follow 3 miles and take Hwy 10 headed south. Park is 3 miles south of Braggs on left.

Primary Contacts:

Suzannah Olson

Group Contacts:

Gail Slease

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From owner on 11/16/15

Good morning Richard: The marina is leased and the phone number is 918-487-5857. Currently the hours of operation are Friday and Saturday 8-5 and Sunday 8-2. Please give the marina a call and they will be happy to answer your questions.

From Richard Reynolds on 11/16/15

What is the cost to rent a fishing boat with motor? What size boat and motor? Thanks

From owner on 11/09/15

Good morning Bronda, Our cabin 6 rents for $73.00 per night ($76.76 with tax). Please contact us at 918-487-5196 if we can help you with availability.

From owner on 11/09/15

Good morning Vicki, If you would please give us a call at 918-487-5196, we will be happy to help you with a reservation. On the website, look at the cabin brochure for a description and prices on all cabins.

From Bronda willoughby on 11/08/15

How much is a cabin for 6

From Vicki Giger on 11/08/15

What are cabin rental prices? Where do I go to reserve?

From Staff on 10/20/15

Amanda, within all of Oklahoma's state parks, you are allowed to have one tent per campsite, as well as an additional child's tent for no extra cost. To place more than two tents per site, you'll need to get approval from the park staff and it will be an additional $12 per night. If you have any questions, please call the park office at 918-487-5196. Thank you for using!

From Staff on 10/20/15

Destiny, all tent sites at Greenleaf State Park are available on a first come, first serve basis. However, you are more than welcome to call the park office at 918-487-5196 and they can tell you how full the campgrounds are before you arrive. Thank you for using!

From Amanda on 10/16/15

What is the cost of additional tents if you have more than 2 on an rv site?

From Destiny on 10/16/15

Do you have any tent sites available this weekend? My husband and i wanted to come this evening after work through Sunday morning if so.

From owner on 10/13/15

We will reserve rv sites in our Gobbler Ridge area at least 5 days prior to arrival. This weekend the only sites that are still available are first come, first served.

From pat on 10/13/15

are your rv sites reservable or first come?

From owner on 10/09/15

Kelly: All of our cabins and reserveable rv sites are booked so we are expecting to be busy. The discovery center will have normal activities and the activity schedule will be posted on this website.

From Kelly on 10/08/15

Are you generally busy during fall break? Are there any special programs at the discovery center for kids for the end of next week?

From owner on 09/23/15

Good morning Bill. The Cabin on the Lake is completely booked every weekend this year. We are just starting the application process for the year 2016. If we can help you with anything else please contact us at 918-487-5196.

From Bill Potts on 09/23/15

I am looking to rent the handicapped cabin on the lake in November. Is it available any weekend?

From owner on 09/09/15

Caitlin, Most of our guest arrive early afternoon for the tent sites.

From Caitlin Bush on 09/09/15

I see that tent sites are first come first served. Is there a specific time of day you prefer people to arrive?

From owner on 09/06/15

Good morning Darryl Raley, The community building should be ready about 9:00 a.m.

From Darryl Raley on 09/05/15

Does anyone know when we can get into the community building for our meeting on Sunday? ? ? Thanks

From owner on 08/19/15

Cheryl the wi-fi is available around the park office but does not reach the cabins.

From Cheryl Goodell on 08/18/15

We have reservations at Greenleaf, don't suppose cabins have wifi?

From owner on 08/13/15

Good morning Leona. I would encourage you to go to, find the Greenleaf State Park page and look at the Cabin Brochure that is in the PDF documents. It is very informative and has both descriptions and pictures of the cabins. Cabins 5 and 8 have a ramp entrance for people with minor mobility issues. Please don't hesitate to call us for more information at (918) 487-5196.

From Leona Freeman on 08/12/15

Would like to get some prices on your cabins. I have 5 people two over the age of 85, one disabled adult and a child age 10.

From owner on 07/29/15

Good morning Amanda. Our tent sites are $12 per night per tent, the water and electric sites are $20 per night and the full hook up sites are $23 per night. Please give us a call if you need more information @ 918-487-5196.

From Amanda Schultz on 07/29/15

Are the rent sites $12 a night or $12 per rent per night?

From owner on 07/23/15

Hello Beverly. The "Cabin on the Lake" has it's own boat dock. You would have to launch the boat from a boat ramp elsewhere but you will be able to dock at the "Cabin on the Lake".

From owner on 07/23/15

Good afternoon Kenny. The direct line to the marina is (918) 487-5857. They will be happy to assist you with the pricing information.

From Beverly Smith on 07/23/15

Does the ADA cabin have it's own boat dock?

From Kenny Henry on 07/22/15

Curious to know how much fishing boat rental is and availability for July 30 or 31

From owner on 07/22/15

Good afternoon James. We appreciate your service. The military discount promotion will begin on September 7th, 2015 and end on February 29th, 2016. With proof of disability, you qualify for our 15% disability discount. Let us know if we can assist you further.

From James Battles on 07/22/15

I was a military Police office at camp gruber an I was wanting to know much of a discount yall give for renting a cabins to military, I got hurt in Afghan and now Im 100% disabled now, Thank you James

From Lacey miller on 07/17/15

We are not sure if we're going to make it to the park before 7pm tonight. The phones have been busy for the last 3 hours. Please call me at 405-471-4738.

From Staff on 07/10/15

Melissa, if the tent is occupied by your dependent minors under 18, there is no fee. Otherwise it would be an additional $12 per night. If you have any questions, please call the park office at 918-487-5196. Thank you for using!

From Melissa Smith on 07/08/15

How much more will it be to setup a pop-up camper and a tent on a RV site ?

From owner on 07/07/15

We have comfort stations with showers.

From rosa calderon on 07/07/15

Can i take shower in the la ke?

From Staff on 07/06/15

Beth, most sites are available on a first come, first serve basis only. However there is one campground at Greenleaf State Park, Gobbler Ridge, that accepts phone reservations from March through November. There are 42 RV sites with water and electric available, and most sites have 50 amp hookups. Reservations must be made at least five days in advance and rates are $20 per night with a one time non-refundable, non-transferable $5 fee. Reservations must be for two days on weekends and three days on holiday weekends. In addition, full payment is required for reserved sites over holiday weekends. If you have any questions, please call the park office at 918-487-5196. Thank you for using!

From Beth R on 07/05/15

are RV sites first come first serve or can you reserve?

From owner on 07/01/15

Tent sites are first come; first served. Trailhead, Lakeview and Eagles Nest are the areas for tent camping by the lake. There is no set time for arrival or departure. Typically, the camphost or park ranger will collect fees in the evening for your stay.

From Shelley Brady on 07/01/15

What is the check in/out time for the camping sites?

From owner on 06/30/15

Hali: Tent sites are not reserveable. Just give us a call and we can tell you how full the tent campgrounds are at any given time. Trailhead, Lakeview and Eagles Nest are great places to tent camp and they are all down by the lake! How great is that! 918-487-5196

From Hali on 06/30/15

Is there a way to reserve tent sites online?

From owner on 06/30/15

Joshua: The park is open 24 hours so you may arrive at your leisure. Trailhead is the campground with tent sites near the hiking trail. Just $12 per night. Select your site, set up and the camphost or park ranger will come around and collect the fees. Cash or credit cards accepted.

From Joshua Williams on 06/29/15

What is the earliest check in for a Tent Site on Friday July 3rd? Is Trailhead Point open for Tent Camp sites?

From Kip Jennings on 06/25/15

Made a quick trip for the first time, and we will definitely be back! Not a lot to do, but just enough. Stayed in the Cypress Row campground and it was amazing. Close to the water, saw lots of wildlife and kayakers on the water. Great time unplugging and teaching the kiddos to enjoy our beautiful state parks. They loved swimming in the lake and jumping off the dock!

From owner on 06/21/15

Abby, if you want to reserve for an Rv site at least 5 days in advance of your arrival, then Gobbler ridge is the campground for that request. Call us at 918-487-5196 to see what sites are left to reserve. Otherwise, you arrive and select a site in the park that is in playside, cypress row or deer run Rv campgrounds, all down by the lake.

From owner on 06/21/15

Marsha, dogs must be kept on a leash when outside and should not be left unattended.

From Abby on 06/21/15

When it says first come, first serve, does this just mean you pick which one is available? We would like to reserve an RV spot, and 2 electric tent sites...I guess RV spots... for July 5-9. Is there availability then?

From Marsha on 06/21/15

what are the requirements for dogs at an RV site?

From owner on 06/16/15

To inquire about cabin reservations, availability and prices, please call us at 918-487-5196 or email us at:

From owner on 06/16/15

Tent sites are first come; first served. One tent per site for $12 gives you a picnic table, charcoal grill, lantern holder and rock fire ring. However, you might consider an RV site where you could place two tents for $20 and have water and electric at your site.

From Cathryn on 06/16/15

What is your rental rate for a 2 bdrm cabin nightly and weekly? Do you have availability July 25-August 2? How do I make a reservation?

From Kris on 06/16/15

do you take reservations for tent sites or is it first come first serve and how many tents per site? Thanks

From owner on 06/15/15

Thank you, Cindi. Glad we could get you taken care of. See you for the big holiday!

From Cindi Payne on 06/15/15

I would like an RV site for July 3rd - 5th. Do you have any available?

From owner on 06/15/15

Debbie: We have cabins open for this time period. The cabin will have a queen size bed and a queen size sleeper sofa. It is an open floor plan about 350 sq. ft. Cabins rent for $88 + tax per night. May we have you call us at 918-487-5196 to prepare the reservation? Debbie - please call so we can also get details on where to email your brochure.

From Debbie Missel on 06/14/15

Price of a cabin for 2 adults, 2 children 17, 9 for June 23rd, 24th?

From Mary Ann Blust on 06/13/15

Cabins 2 adults or 4 2 children 12 & 10

From Deborah Missel on 06/13/15

Please send a cabin rental brochure for future dates after June 26th, Thanks

From owner on 06/12/15

All cabins are booked for June 26-28. However, we would like to send you a cabin brochure with pictures, rates and special seasonal discounts. Please call us at 918-487-5196 or email us at: so we can get the cabin brochure to you.

From Trisha on 06/11/15

I would like to make a cabin reservation for June 26-28. Do you have availability and rates? Thank you!

From owner on 06/10/15

Wanda, full hook up sites are in DEER RUN campground down by the lake. 23 sites are all first come, first served.

From Wanda Riggle on 06/10/15

Do you have any fhu sites left for July 4th weekend?

From owner on 06/08/15

Laurie, Gobbler ridge reservations must be made at least a week in advance of your intended arrival.

From owner on 06/08/15

Laurie, we will have tent sites available for the 4th of July weekend. Two options to consider - reserve an Rv site in Gobbler ridge campground where you can have up to two tents on the site with water and electric for $20 + $5 reservation fee OR choose a tent site in tent campgrounds down by the lake when you arrive, all of which are first come, first served. $12 per tent per night.

From Laurie on 06/08/15

Will you have availability 4th of July weekend to camp with tents and if so can I reserve or is it first come this weekend as well?

From owner on 06/05/15

Tammy: We are booked for the 4th of July weekend. We keep a waiting list and have several on it. Call us at 918-487-5196 if you want your name added to that list in the event of a cancellation. Just for reference - cabins rent for $73-$175 price range and will sleep anywhere from 2 to 8 people.

From Tammy on 06/04/15

Do you have any cabins open the weekend of the 4th of July? and what is the price range

From owner on 06/04/15

Tent camping sites are by the lake. Plenty available. Pets are allowed but must be on a leash.

From owner on 06/04/15

Tent sites are plentiful and are first come, first served. Park is open and we welcome new visitors and repeat guests. No reservations needed for tent camping or Rv camping for this weekend.

From Tiffany on 06/04/15

I am considering going to Greenleaf to camp this upcoming week and the weekend following. However, I have not been here before and was curious if there are a lot of tent camp sites near the water, and if dogs are allowed?

From Devin on 06/04/15

Looking to come out and camp from 6/5-6/7 tent sites open and available? Can reservations be made?

From owner on 06/03/15

Karla, Rv sites are plentiful this weekend, first come, first served. 30 amp in cypress row. 30-50 amp in Gobbler ridge. Playside is 30 amp. Reservations can be made only in Gobbler ridge and only if a week or more in advance of your arrival date. An Rv site can have two tents or an Rv. Hope this helps.

From Karla Kent on 06/03/15

I am wondering if you have any RV sites available for this weekend...30 and/or 50 amp, if you allow a tent to be set up on an RV site or if it has to be set up separate, and if you allow reservations to be made. We have never had the pleasure of camping at Greenleaf, but the experience sounds great!

From owner on 06/02/15

Nathan: The lake level has receded. Campgrounds are open. We are ready for campers and RV'ers.

From Staff on 06/02/15

Nathan, the last update said the lake was 1.5 feet above normal and murky. For up-to-the-minute information, your best bet is to call the park at 918-487-5196. Thank you for using!

From Nathan on 06/01/15

We are interested in camping at green leaf this weekend. How high is the water?

From owner on 05/26/15

Greenleaf is open and spared from the serious storms that have been in Oklahoma. We have RV sites, tent sites and cabins open. The lake is up but fishermen are still launching boats and fishing. The marina is open. Discovery Center is open. Pool is open, staffed with lifeguards on Fridays through Tuesdays (Closed Wed/Thur.) If you are wanting to get your summer started and your favorite state park is closed, please call us. We would love to have you here with us.

From owner on 05/19/15

The hiking trail is open at this time. Frequent rains will make the trail muddy. Several streams cross the trail. Because of the amount of rain we have had, there has been limited use of the trail by visitors. If you are familiar with the trail, we would appreciate any feedback you can provide that we can share if you use the trail.

From owner on 05/19/15

You can always check lake levels at: for the latest information.

From brad on 05/19/15

question, with all the rain the area has received in the past few weeks and more in the next few days, what is the condition of the 18 mile hiking loop and would it be accessible memorial day weekend? thx, brad

From owner on 05/19/15

We are addressing improvements to the swim beach area. Heavy rains are slowing our progress.

From Christi on 05/18/15

Has green leaf made repairs on there swim beach? Last year it was so over grown it was not useable.

From Staff on 05/18/15

Rhonda, our last update was May 13, and the lake was 1.5 feet above normal. We'll get another update around Wednesday or Thursday of this week, and you can check it at Thank you for using!

From Staff on 05/18/15

James, at this time all tent and RV sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. The tent sites do not come with any hookups, but you are welcome to place your tent on an RV site. Please note that you will be paying more, since rates are based per site and not the sleeping unit. If you have any questions, please call 918-487-5196. Thank you for using!

From Staff on 05/18/15

Shalana, for availability and reservations, please call the phone number at the top of this page. Thank you for using!

From Amanda on 05/18/15

We camped last week and the water level is just fine. We kayaked and a lot of people boated. The park is beautiful!

From Rhonda Henderson on 05/17/15

How high is the lake? will we be able to camp and boat next weekend?

From James MacEachern on 05/17/15

Interested in a tent site with electricity and water for Friday and Saturday on June 6th and 7th.

From Shalana on 05/15/15

Good afternoon, I would like to know if you have a pet friendly cabins available for the next holyday , for two people. Check in on may, 23 Check in out may, 25 Thank you

From C. Bell on 05/01/15

We took our kids here almost every year while they were growing up and now they take their kids. Some of our fondest memories were made at Greenleaf. I recommend it all the time to people. Its a wonderful place to take kids of all ages and keep them entertained for days! Thanks for all the fond memories Greenleaf!!

From Staff on 05/01/15

Brittany, to check on pricing and availability for cabins at Greenleaf State Park, please click the green button at the top of this page. Thank you for using!

From Brittany Guinn on 05/01/15

How much is it to your cabins?

From Katerina Budrevich on 05/01/15

Thank you!!!

From owner on 04/30/15

Canoe rentals are available at the Greenleaf marina...918-487-5857. You may also bring your own canoe. Greenleaf lake is perfect for canoes, kayaks and peddle boats.

From Katerina Budrevich on 04/30/15

Can I rent a canoe in the park or should I bring my own? Thank you.

From owner on 04/29/15

Penny, Rv reservations can be made in Gobbler ridge campground for the week of May 18. Call us at 918-487-5196 for assistance in completing the reservation. Cypress row campground is a first come, first served campground. Swimming is allowed in the lake but most guests enjoy the pool which opens Saturday of memorial day weekend.

From Penny Weeks on 04/29/15

We are interested in an RV site during the week of May 18th. Can we make reservations? If not, are sites typically available in the Cypress Row area? Also, are we allowed to swim in the lake? Will the pool be open? Thank you!

From Staff on 04/27/15

Mark, all the sites at Greenleaf are available on a first come, first serve basis, so you are welcome to set your tent up on any free site that you find. Happy camping and thank you for using!

From Mark on 04/23/15

There are a couple of tent spots we would like to get if they are open. How early in the day can we arrive to grab spots? Is there a check in time of sorts?

From owner on 04/08/15

Alexis, please contact us at Greenleaf 918-487-5196 so we can assist with your request.

From Alexis on 04/08/15

Hi, am student and I make a protect I would like to know if the lake murray has the facility to reserve are for meeting of party and I would like to know what is the price for that ? or you have a website where I can find this information?, thanks have a good evening!!

From owner on 04/01/15

Please go to our, then search Greenleaf State Park. The page has a book online tab which allows you to check availability. We would also enjoy talking with you personally to assist with the best option for cabin choices and answer any questions. Our number is 918-487-5196.

From Kathie on 04/01/15

Would love to reserve 2 cabins for the 15th and 16th of September. Spent honeymoon in Cabin 5, two years ago, and LOVED it. Where can I find availability on this website? Thanks...K

From owner on 03/31/15

We have one campground where the sites can be reserved. It is Gobbler Ridge. You may reserve a site in this RV campground and either place one RV or two tents on the site for the $20 nightly fee plus a $5 reservation fee. Call us for more details. 918-487-5196. Otherwise, our tent campgrounds are all in the lower section of the park by the lake. Tent camping is $12 per tent/site/night.

From Tamara on 03/31/15

Can you reserve a tent site ahead of time?

From owner on 03/30/15

Terry: Advance reservations for an RV site can be made for the Gobbler Ridge Campground. Gobbler Ridge offers water and electric for $20 fee for first night + a non-refundable $5 reservation fee charged at the time the reservation is made, Sites are $20 per night thereafter. Senior discount applies to anyone age 62 and over with proof of age. There is a dump station in Gobbler Ridge which also has 30-50 amp sites depending on your needs. Deer Run is our full amenities campground and is first come; first served. $23 per night. If you would like to follow up with us on keeping everyone close together in the Gobbler Ridge campground, we can work with you when you call us at 918-487-5196. We are here from 8 am - 4:30 p.m.

From Terry craghead on 03/29/15

We are looking at 3 to 4 RV's Friday the 10th of April thru 14th possibly would like Full Amenties and cost 1 person over 62 the rest

From owner on 03/23/15

Dulayna: We have discounts for senior citizens 62 and over as well as 100% disabled discounts. Please call us at 918-487-5196 so we can discuss promotions currently in effect.

From owner on 03/23/15

Please call us at 918-487-5196 so we can help with the perfect building and dates for your planning efforts.

From Karla on 03/22/15

Looking for a place for a family reunion. What dates are available in June? July? How big is the reunion center?

From Dulayna Murray on 03/22/15

I'm going to book a cabin and it ask about special rates. I'm a public school teacher and my husband is a police officer, is there a discount that we could use?

From owner on 03/22/15

Sorry but all cabins are already reserved for Easter weekend. Cabin rates vary in price. Our two bedroom cabin is our largest. Please try Tenkiller State Park at 918-489-5641 for availability. They are just a short distance from Greenleaf.

From rae heath on 03/22/15

Had to cancel our Easter weekend camping plans, wondering prices ands availability of your cabins. There are 6 adults and a baby. Thanks in advance for your information. Rae

From owner on 03/20/15

Yes, we have 100 tent sites at the park. There are plenty left right now. Choose from Lakeview, Eagles Nest or Trailhead. Just set up down by the lake and we will come around to collect the fees.

From William Jones on 03/20/15

Is there any tent sites open for the weekend

From owner on 03/17/15

Yes, our Discovery Center is open on Tuesdays through Saturdays. Formerly known as the Nature Hut, our newly renovated Discover Center features many new displays and exhibits.

From Cody on 03/17/15

Is the wildlife center still open? We've tried to go a few times over the last couple of days and its been closed.

From owner on 12/29/14

The enclosed fishing dock is open 24 hours per day. Cost is $3.00 per person. We have heard that crappie fishing is good at this time.

From chris blaes on 12/29/14

Is the enclosed fishing dock open & are they catching any fish?

From Ken Dewey on 10/05/14

We just spent the weekend at Greenleaf State Park. We stayed in Cabin 9 and had a wonderful time. We brought our 2 dogs and decided to hide to the swinging bridge, wow, was that a long walk, about 5.5 miles round trip. I must say, the map provided was terrible but thanks to google maps and some blue spray paint on the route, we made it. The bridge sure did swing and our puppies sure loved the hike. As for the cabin/park, we were very impressed. The cabin came with a fridge, freezer, Microwave, Toaster, plates, bowls, silverware, etc. Outside it also had a grill and 3 fire rings. Sure wish we had known they were there ahead of time, we would have brought some food for grilling. Overall the hiking and the park was great, we attempted to eat at the marina twice, Saturday night and Sunday am, but they seem to be closed each time we went. We brought our own food but wanted to give them a try, sure am glad we had our own. We will for sure be going back, the trails, hiking, and cabins really made it a joy for us. Would have given 5 stars if the hours were posted for the marina grill, they had a number, but nearly zero cell service made it impossible to call.

From owner on 10/05/14

Sue: Our updated naturalist activities for October 10-12 should appear on the website around October 8th or 9th. You may also email our naturalist for information regarding what he has planned. Steve Evans, Discovery Center Naturalist email:

From sue on 10/04/14

Is there any updated info on naturalists activities for Oct 10-12?

From owner on 09/30/14

Congratulations on your wedding milestone. We have a cozy cabin for two that rents for $73 + tax per night. Perhaps that would be perfect. Please call us to check availability on this or any other cabin. Our number is 918-487-5196.

From AngieO on 09/29/14

My husband and I will be celebrating our 11th Wedding Anniversary. Could you please send us quotes ?

From owner on 09/29/14

Tammy: Our cabins are currently booked for that time period. May we help research another time for a visit? 918-487-5196

From Staff on 09/29/14

Tammy, you can check on availability and pricing by clicking the green 'Book Cabins' button at the top of this page. Leave the number of people and rooms at 1 to see the most options. You are also more than welcome to call the park office at 918-487-5196, and they'll be happy to help you. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Tammy on 09/28/14

Are there any cabins available for October 4? Staying just one night, checking out on October 5. Thank you.

From owner on 09/22/14

Lynn: RV sites in Cypress Row campground are open in November. The Cypress Row campground closes from December 1 to February 28 each year for winterization. Water and electric sites will be available in Cypress Row campground for your visit in November.

From Lynn on 09/21/14

Are the rv sites in the cypress row campground open year round. I am planning on being there Nov. 1-3 and wanted to make sure the campground was open and the electric hook-up still turned on.

From owner on 09/16/14

Darla: We would be happy to visit with you about other dates. Could you please call us directly at 918-487-5196 so we can assist with the perfect cabin to meet your needs and research all possible dates we have available. Thank you so much.

From Darla on 09/16/14

Unfortunately, I was informed no cabin availability when I phoned but I would still like to reserve a cabin for another time. Can you contact me on other availability dates?

From owner on 09/16/14

Darla: We do have a few cabins open for that time period. The cabin will have a queen size bed and a sleeper sofa. All linens furnished. Cabin is completely furnished as well. $88 + tax per night. We would be glad to help you with a reservation. Our number is 918-487-5196.

From Darla on 09/15/14

I'm looking to rent a cabin checking in on the 10th of Oct and checking out on the 12th for 2 adults, no children or pets.

From owner on 09/15/14

Amy, Our cabin on the lake is boked for that time period. We have December 10, 11, 18 open. The cabin has a hospital bed and queen size bed in the bedroom. The livingroom has two sleeper sofas. If we may offer further assistance, please call us at 918-487-5196. Thank you for your assistance with this response.

From Staff on 09/15/14

Amy, Greenleaf State Park does offer a handicap accessible cabin called the 'Cabin on the Lake.' For availability and reservations, please call the park office directly at 918-487-5196. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Amy kidd on 09/14/14

Im looking for a handicap cabin for 6 adults and 2 children. Do u have anything available for oct. 31- nov 2?

From owner on 08/18/14

Ruth: Our location is Rt. 1, Box 119 Braggs, OK 74423. Greenleaf State Park has a nice page of information on the website: and "search" for Greenleaf State Park.

From Staff on 08/18/14

Ruth, for any information about Greenleaf State Park not listed on this page, please call 918-487-5196 and the park staff will be more than happy to help. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From on 08/17/14

18162 hilltop circle tahlequah only 3 dollars per nite and person in a cabin? we will be your best guests

From owner on 08/08/14

"Shared water" means that there is a water supply that is shared by other RV sites. If you bring a "y" to hook into the water supply source, it allows for sharing the water. A hose length minimum of 50 ft., preferably more, is encouraged to hook into the water source. Cypress Row (at the edge of the lake) is the campground where this is common. Cypress Row sites 1-7 is where there is only one water source; sites 8-17 offer two sources and sites 18-25 have three water sources.

From Brenda on 08/07/14

Can you tell me what shared water means? Do we need extra hose and if so, how long? Thanks!

From owner on 08/01/14

Greenleaf Family marina will be able to assist with the prices on their boat rentals. Please call Darena at 918-487-5857. Don't forget to stop up at the office for the latest activity schedule for our new Discovery Center.

From Shannon Dunn on 08/01/14

I am coming to camp at Greenleaf next week. What are your rates on your caneo and paddleboat rentals? Thank you!!

From owner on 07/30/14

Hi Tammy: Muskogee is about 20 miles away from Greenleaf. We have quiet RV sites with electric and water for $20 per night in three different campgrounds - Gobbler Ridge (up by the hiking trail, pool, mini-golf and lots of shady sites), Cypress Row (sites at the edge of Greenleaf Lake with great views and shady sites) or Playside (by the playground). Just set up on a site and the camphost will come around and collect fees payable with cash or credit card.

From Tammy Wooliver on 07/30/14

I'm considering staying at Greenleaf next week while attending a conf in Muskogee. I was wondering how far Muskogee is from there and if there are quiet RV spots with electric/water? thanks much!

From Tammy W on 07/30/14

I'm considering staying at Greanleaf next week as I have a conf in Muskogee. Wondering if there are quiet RV camping places and how far is it to Muskogee? Thanks!

From owner on 07/28/14

Amanda K: Thank you so much for your great comments. We appreciate hearing your feedback after your visit.

From owner on 07/28/14

Jasmine: Nightly rates for cabins vary depending upon the size of the cabin. We have choices for lodging that include sleeps 2, sleeps 4, sleeps 8. Please call us at 918-487-5196 to assist you with the perfect fit for your visit.

From AmandaK on 07/28/14

Just returned from a great vacation there - loved it. We liked being a little away from all the hububb, park was clean, lake was great, loved the naturalist activities for the kids. We brought our camper and stayed in Deer Run. So glad we vacationed here!

From Jasmine on 07/28/14

hello i was wondering what your nightly rates were for the cabins

From owner on 07/18/14

Couldn't have said it better! Thank you staff from Greenleaf State Park.

From Staff on 07/18/14

Jason, thanks for your interest in Greenleaf State Park! At this time, each of the 100 RV sites and 100 tent sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. However, the park staff will be able to tell you how full they expect to be on Monday, as well as the best campground to fit your needs. Please give them a call at 918-487-5196. You can see individual campground maps, as well as the park overview map, on the right side of this page under 'More Information.' Happy camping and thank you for using!

From Jason on 07/18/14

Wanting to camp ,small RV trailer, this coming Monday night, 7/21. Can you tell me if you have any availability? Would like to have full hook ups & premium site if available. Also, where can I find a map of the state park including camp site layout? Thanks, Jason

From owner on 07/15/14

Tommy: We have two cabins left for the weekend of Aug 15-16 that would sleep four in each cabin. However, the following weekend, Aug. 22-23 does have more cabins available, each sleeping up to four guests. We would be happy to assist you with lodging choices. Just call us at 918-487-5196 for more information.

From Staff on 07/15/14

Tommy, you can check on availability and pricing by clicking the green 'Book Cabins' button at the top of this page. Leave the number of people and rooms at 1 to see the most options. You are also more than welcome to call the park office at 918-487-5196, and they'll be happy to help you. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Tommy Simmons on 07/14/14

I have around 10 people and we wanted to rent cabins the third weekend in August. I was wondering how much they would cost

From owner on 07/01/14

RV sites will be first come; first served. Just set up on a site and the camphost will come around and collect the fees. Fireworks are not permitted in the park. However, there is a large show on Lake Tenkiller at the south end of the lake at the dam. It begins at dusk on July 4th. Great viewing from Tenkiller State Park or from the Corps of Engineers overlook area.

From Gerry Poe on 07/01/14

I am coming up on the 3rd of July and will have several travel trailers following. Is there fireworks allowed at the park or a fireworks show?

From owner on 07/01/14

Canoe and kayak rentals may be done during park visits, day trips or extended stays. Darena at the marina 918-487-5857 can help you with rental fees and availability. We are booked for this holiday weekend for our cabins. Cabins are pet friendly for a pet fee of $10 per pet per day+ tax should you want to plan a future stay with us. Day trips are an excellent way to check out our pool (closed Wed/Thurs.), new Discovery Center, hiking trails, kids pond, playgrounds, enclosed fishing dock, fishing pier or 18 hole mini-golf. Cabin guests, RV'ers and tent campers can enjoy these amenities as well.

From Sherry Lanoue on 07/01/14

Looking at Greenleaf state park, wondering how much the canoe and kayak rentals are? Also by chance any cabins for 4 and 2 dogs available for this july 4th weekend? Also can you just day trip and rent the kayaks and canoes?

From owner on 06/30/14

Cabin rental rates vary depending upon the size of the cabin. Here's a breakdown: Sleeps 2 - $73 + tax per night (parkview). Sleeps 4 - $88 + tax per night (parkview). Sleeps 4 - $93 + tax per night (lakeview). Sleeps 8 - $175 + tax per night (parkview). Our rates are the same for weekend and weekdays with the exception of winter time. Winter rates are reduced on weekdays only (Sundays through Thursdays). Call us to check availability. 918-487-5196

From jennifer wright on 06/28/14

How much is a cabin for a weekend and a week

From owner on 06/19/14

Thank you for visiting our park and we always appreciate nice comments like this. Fall is a great time to visit as Mother Nature loves to show off her colors!

From Ashley on 06/19/14

We had cabin 14 a few days ago for 2 nights. The cabin was awesome! Had so much fun. It had everything we needed. Planning on coming back hopefully in the fall.

From owner on 06/19/14

Our park loves to host groups and the Gobbler Ridge campground offers the amenities that your group would need. 42 RV sites with 30 and 50 amp service are available with water and electric at each site. We also have an enclosed building called the "Hoot Owl" that is perfect for those groups needing kitchen facilities, tables, chairs, heat/air and a nice place to gather. Please give us a call at 918-487-5196 to check availability. Mens/womens restrooms are across from the Hoot Owl structure. We can also assist with planning activities, sightseeing, local vendors, etc.

From Nancy Hadlock on 06/18/14

We are interested in holding a RV rally at your park. Do you have sites that accommodate 45' rigs. We would have 20-30 RVs. Not All of them are that long but some are. Also is there a room available we could use? If so what facilities are in it such as kitchen, rest room etc. we would have about 50 people

From owner on 06/17/14

Yes, the marina rents kayaks, peddle boats and canoes and other watercraft. Please call them at 918-487-5857 for pricing and availability.

From Brian on 06/17/14

Do you rent kayaks for use at Greenleaf State Park?

From Staff on 06/05/14

John, at this time each of the 100 RV sites and 100 tent sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please call 918-487-5196. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From john on 06/04/14

is camp sites first come first serve or can you reserve one ?

From owner on 05/28/14

Crappie fishing is popular here at the park. Fishing can be done from the enclosed fishing dock ($3 per person and open 24 hrs a day). You might also like fishing from the fishing pier near the marina or from the shoreline of beautiful Greenleaf Lake. You can clean your catch by going to the marina and the lessee has a cleaning station at that location. Dogs are welcome at our park. Leash laws are in effect at all times.

From Richard Beattie on 05/28/14

Where can you do some crappie fishing? Also, is there a clean up location for fish? Are dogs welcome?

From owner on 05/23/14

Our Marina owner is operating her second year here with the park. We are sorry you had a bad experience but want you to allow us another opportunity to have a favorable experience.

From Dan on 05/22/14

We were very unhappy with the marina owner last fall. We would like to return but not if she is still the owner of the marina because we would like to rent a boat but I refuse to deal with her again. I hope you have new owners of the marina. Thank you.

From owner on 05/19/14

Thank you for your comment, David. In researching other nearby marinas, this rate is competitive. The marina lessee also offers other types of boat rentals including kayak, paddle boat and canoes, which are only $60 per day. Our enclosed dock is accessible year round and offers an alternative to a fishing boat. The dock is just $3 per person. New charges accrue at midnight.

From David Darling on 05/18/14

I called about a fishing boat rental. I was quoted $250 a day. I was hoping to go fishing not buy a boat.

From owner on 05/13/14

Scouter: We do have tent camping areas that will allow groups of scouts to camp together. Choices include Eagles Nest, Trailhead or Lakeview. You may set up your tents in groups. We have special rates for scout groups. You may call us at 918-487-5196 for more details.

From Staff on 05/12/14

Scouter, unfortunately Greenleaf State Park doesn't have a group camp. However, about 40 miles north at Sequoyah State Park, they do offer a bunkhouse that sleeps 44 people, as well as a group camp with 10 A frame cabins. You can find more information by typing 'Sequoyah State Park' into the search bar above. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Scouter on 05/10/14

Do you have a group area that would accommodate a group of 15-20 scouts and leaders. I didn't see one on that map but wanted to check.

From Missy Johnson on 03/25/14


From Staff on 03/25/14

Missy, thanks for your question! Tent and RV sites are available on a first come, first serve basis at Greenleaf State Park. There are approximately 100 tent sites and 100 RV sites, so there should be plenty to choose from during your visit. Before you head out, please give the park office a call at 918-487-5196, and they'll be able to tell you the number of sites available. We currently have a handful of state parks that take campsite reservations. You can see which ones by visiting Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Missy Johnson on 03/25/14

Can you reserve tent sites or is it first come, first serve?

From Staff on 03/21/14

Oliver, Greenleaf State Park is absolutely open for RV camping! We hope you'll have the change to visit this beautiful state park soon. If you have any other questions, please call 918-487-5196. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Oliver Hammett on 03/20/14

Is greenleaf open for rv camping?

From owner on 03/11/14

Our email address is: Please indicate your full name so we may credit your photo to you. Any other details about the dates would be appreciated also.

From Ralph Holbrook on 03/11/14

I have a very nice photo of Cabin on the Lake that was taken earlier this year during a snow storm. I would like to share it with you. Do you have an e-mail address I could send it to?

From Staff on 03/04/14

Teri, thanks for your question! Many of Oklahoma's state parks have designated some sites as premium for many reasons, one of which may be proximity to the water. Others might include location, proximity to bathroom, pull-thru site, 50 amp service, shade, etc. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to speak with the park staff at 918-487-5196. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Teri on 03/04/14

We are new to RV camping... what are the premium sites?

From owner on 02/24/14

Gary: Deer Run has the sites operational again with water, electric and sewer. Hope to see you soon!

From Gary on 02/23/14

I stayed at Greenleaf several times last year at the Deer Run Campground. Really great for our family and Max our dog. I'm just curious. Has the sewer been repaired along the north side of that campground? Those are the best campsites in my opinion, but the sewer was down all last summer.

From Staff on 02/18/14

Jamie, a community building is available at Greenleaf State Park. For more information on rates and availability, please call 918-487-5196. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From mac poindexter on 02/18/14

I just cant afford to pay summer rates thatswhy we have always went in march but thats not your problem. We may just have to cut our stay in half.

From owner on 02/18/14

We are sorry to hear that restrictions are affecting your reservation inquiry. Please give us a call at 918-487-5196 so that we may discuss this and try to assist you.

From mac poindexter on 02/18/14

Very upset with all your restrictions we have stayed there several times in march but not this year

From Jamie on 02/17/14

Is there a larger, maybe like a community type building. I had heard of something like that at greenleaf that would be perfect for a small wedding.

From owner on 02/13/14

Thank you for your inquiry, Robert. We have a marina grill that features snacks and fast food items. The marina grill is open during the summer months - May through September. We have two other options - outside the park there are restaurants in nearby town of Gore.

From Robert on 02/13/14

Is there a café or something similar close at hand.. Hate cooking when on vacation.

From Staff on 12/05/13

Lana, there are many hiking trails in the park. At the top right side of this page under 'See Related Listings,' you'll see a link that says 'Greenleaf State Park Trail System.' That will give you more information. If you have any questions, please give the park a call at 918-487-5196. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Lana on 12/05/13

Are there marked hiking trails in the park? Is there trail's map available I can take a look at? Thanks.

From Staff on 12/04/13

Terry, the closest horse rental/horseback riding that we know of is about one hour north at the Sequoyah Riding Stables. For more information, give them a call at 918-772-3906. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Terry on 12/04/13

Is there horseback riding available nearby?

From owner on 11/19/13

Jody: We would be happy to help you with cabin prices for February (winter rates) and March (in season) rates. Prices vary depending upon lakeview or parkview choices. Let us give you some options. Please call us at 918-487-5196. We're here 8 am - 4:30 pm daily.

From Staff on 11/19/13

Jody, please click on the green booking button at the top of this page, and you can check the rates by selecting the dates that you're interested in. If you have any questions, please call 918-487-5196. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Jody on 11/19/13

Could you tell me the cabin prices for Greenleaf for the month of Feb or Mar?

From owner on 10/17/13

Construction is still ongoing at the old nature center. The temporary location for the nature center is up and running with activities planned including those on this website. Tent spots are first come; first served. Our park is filling up with Fall Break visitors. We encourage you to call us Saturday after 9 am at 918-487-5196 so we can tell you where tent sites remain open.

From Carrie on 10/17/13

Greetings, I plan on tent camping with my family this coming Saturday night. I was wondering if construction was finished at the old nature center and if you think tent spots will still be available on Oct 19th? Thank you

From owner on 10/10/13

Our park is open, Matt. Our state park has not been affected by the federal government shutdown. Campers can enjoy RV sites or tent sites. We also have a nature center with free activities, playgrounds and playcourts, hiking trails and kids fishing pond, enclosed fishing dock, fishing pier, shelters and buildings (for rent). We are open year round.

From matt on 10/10/13

OK, i know that its federal parks that are closing. But I heard that some state parks were closed because they are partially federal funded. Thank you for the quick response, and im looking forward to coming.

From matt on 10/09/13

I am planning to go camping here at the park next weekend.Will you guys be shutting down anything or everything due to the government shutdown?

From Staff on 10/09/13

Jim, we have not received any closure information, but the Greenleaf State Park staff should be able to tell you if there are plans to close anything within the park. We usually list that information on each state park's page around the end of October. Please give the park a call at 918-487-5196. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Staff on 10/09/13

Another David, we spoke to the Greenleaf State Park staff and they told us that the trails are rugged, but experienced hikers with a map and compass shouldn't have any issues. If you have any questions, please give the park a call at 918-487-5196. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From jim blevins on 10/08/13

will you be closing cypress row or any other campsites this fall? If so when? Thanks

From owner on 10/08/13

As always, we take complaints very seriously. Our marina lessee has always exhibited great customer service and this is totally out of character for her. We will address this issue with her. We hope that you will return to Greenleaf for a future visit.

From Rhonda on 10/08/13

We stayed in a cabin a few weeks ago and loved it! Cabins were nice and clean. Very pretty clear lake. We did have a bad experience with the blonde owner of the marina - she was very rude and sent let us rent a fishing boat that had a bad motor - it died on us constantly - we could not enjoy the boat at all - when we told her of this she was very very rude and took us forever to get the motor started to take it out in the first place.....she was hateful!!!

From another david on 10/04/13

I talked to people at backwoods in tulsa Thurs and they said the north loop is in rough shape. is it passable for an experienced hiker with a map and compass?

From owner on 10/03/13

The hiking trail, you can camp overnight for a two day hike on the trail. Restrictions include no open fires and pack in water. Plan to register at the trailhead kiosk with information on your departure and return. Trail closures occur for short periods in October and November.

From Another David on 10/02/13

On the hiking trail, is backcountry camping permitted for a two-day hike on the trail?

From owner on 10/02/13

David: Our state parks are not affected by the government shutdown. We are open for visitors and look forward to your visit this weekend. The park will have RV sites and tent sites available for our displaced campers who have been affected by this government shutdown.

From David on 10/01/13

I love taking my kids to your park and plan to this weekend. Will the government shutdown effect the park being open for visitors.

From owner on 09/23/13

April: We appreciate feedback even when it addresses disappointment in your stay because it allows us to make improvements. Our miniature golf course is currently being renovated which allows it to be used at no cost until it is back to pristeen condition. The moss at the swimming area is something we battle with Mother Nature and sometimes lose that battle. The 18 mile hiking trail is challenging at best to keep maintained but our staff is limited. We have attempted to find volunteers to help us with the hiking trail and the miniature golf course.

From April on 09/23/13

I understand that the campground is an older one, but we were there this weekend camping and the campground really needs to be maintained better. The miniature golf course was grown over with weeds and the greens were torn up, the swimming area was grown over with moss and I couldn't imagine even putting my feet in there, and the hiking trail was very overgrown and my friend who hiked it got lost several times. I don't like posting comments like this but I felt like I needed to this time. The staff was very nice and the Nature Center programs were good but we were disappointed with about everything else. Thank you.

From owner on 09/18/13

Ken: I am so sorry to hear that you were disappointed in the cabin you stayed in recently at Greenleaf. The cabins were built in the 1930's by the WPA and reflect the size of that era. We have upgraded the furnishings and amenities to enhance the cabins for the comfort of our guests. We do have pictures of the inside of our cabins through our website - and the "book a cabin" feature. Pictures representing the inside and outside of cabins are featured. Our newest addition to the park will be a two bedroom cabin. We hope to have it available for reservations by late Fall. Please give us another chance to experience a Greenleaf getaway in a cabin. Perhaps the two bedroom cabin would be an option.

From Ken on 09/17/13

I was very disappointed in my cabin for $88 a night. Now I know why you don’t show any pictures of the inside of the cabins on the website. The bathroom is so small you can’t close the door to use the bathroom with all the towels in the towel rack that is mounted on the door. The shower is small. I was expecting a lot nicer cabin then what we got.

From owner on 09/11/13

Xylia: Greenleaf cabins are of two styles and prices: One room lakeview = $97.78 or a one room parkview $92.53, tax is included. We are doing a 4th night free promotion. Reserve a cabin for Sunday or Monday and stay three consecutive nights and the 4th night is free. This promotion is subject to availability and cannot be combined with other discounts, packages or promotions. This deal cannot be used on major holidays or from March 10-21, 2014. Our number is 918-487-5196.

From Xylia Cayot on 09/11/13

What is the price of a one bedroom cabin for a three night stay?

From owner on 08/14/13

Our cabin prices vary. Cabin styles vary also, offering different amenities based on your preferences. Call us at 918-487-5196 for cabin information or you can book online using the "Book Now" feature to check prices and availability. RV sites are $20 per site per day for water and electric. $23 per site per day for water/electric/sewer. The "Book Now" area of our website page offers pictures or we can email you with specific pictures to help with your selection process.

From Lori on 08/14/13

How much are your cabins/rv sites? Do you have a better site with pics and prices?

From owner on 08/12/13

Tent sites are primitive. Cost is $12 per night per tent site. Three campgrounds in the park are designed for tent camping with table, charcoal grill and lantern holder. They are Eagle's Nest, LakeView and Trailhead. Set up on a site and the camphost or park ranger will collect fees after you are set up. Cash or credit cards are accepted.

From Kenda on 08/11/13

How much per night are the tent sites and are they primitive or improved sites?

From owner on 08/09/13

Cabins prices vary. Please give us a call so we can select a cabin suitable for your family size and quote a rate for you. Another option is to "book online" by going to the website and "search" for Greenleaf State Park. You will be able to see prices there and availability. Our number is 918-487-5196.

From kathleen on 08/09/13

How much is the cabins per night?

From owner on 08/04/13

Sites will be first come; first served. Sites with electric have water also. These are in our RV campground. Cost is $20 per night. We accept cash or credit cards for payment. Choose from RV campgrounds like Gobbler Ridge (by the pool), Cypress Row (by the lake) or Playside (by the playground). Find a site, set up and the camphost or park ranger will be around to collect the fees.

From Hollie on 08/02/13

We are looking to come camping next weekend. Do we need to reserve a spot. We will have a pop up camper and want electric hook up

From owner on 07/22/13

Daniel: The swimming pool is available for all guests in the park. Campers and cabin guests may swim at a reduced rate. Day use visitors to the park would pay full price. Pool is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Staffed with lifeguards and lots of comfortable deck furniture, a concession stand adds to the amenities.

From Daniel on 07/21/13

I am interested in visiting the park, but I am curious as to whether the pool is available to those who camp in tents. I know its a lake, but we would prefer not to swim in any lake for a number of reasons, so I am seeking a location that has a pool that is not restricted to specific types of camping, such as cabins. Thank you.

From Dave and Kathie Wilson on 07/19/13

Cabin # 5 was our honeymoon spot, and we couldn't have asked for a nicer or more beautiful venue. Price was great, and we're going again this year, God willin' and the creek don't rise....

From Staff on 07/15/13

Ethan, that's a great question! They are Beavers Bend, Boiling Springs, Lake Murray, Osage Hills, Quartz Mountain, Robbers Cave and Roman Nose. Quartz Mountain is no longer a state park, but it is in operation. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Ethan on 07/12/13

Hi, not exactly about Greenleaf, but I'm looking to see all of the original 7 parks of Oklahoma. Could you tell me what they are?

From owner on 07/12/13


From owner on 07/10/13

Gary: At this time those sites in Deer Run do not offer the sewer hook ups. Sites 1-15 in Deer Run have sewer and 50 amp service. These sites are first come; first served.

From Gary on 07/10/13

We really like the sites in the Deer Run Camp, but when we were there a couple of weeks ago, we were unable to use the sewer hookup in the north row. Has that been corrected. Just asking before we make plans for a return trip.

From owner on 07/08/13

Christopher: We regret that you had this experience at our park. Our park management, rangers and office staff take these type of complaints very seriously and would make every effort to correct them if they knew about them when they are occuring. Please call us at 918-487-5196 so that we may get more details. We want your visit and that of our future guests to be enjoyable.

From Christopher Barker on 07/06/13

Not happy at all and they will not let me type the reasons. Lets just say they are allowing people get away with people drinking beer and screaming the N word and the F work for little children to hear.

From Staff on 07/01/13

Jhoanna, campgrounds will typically fill up completely on Memorial Day and Labor Day holidays, and the rest of the time you will, most likely, not have any trouble finding a spot to camp. In total, Greenleaf State Park offers 98 tent campsites and 90 RV sites, and you are welcome to camp on any one of them! We suggest you contact the park just before you leave, and the staff there will be able to tell you how full the campgrounds are. You can reach them at 918-487-5622. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Staff on 07/01/13

Courtney, the marina has been reopened and you can rent canoes again. If you have any questions, please call 918-487-5622. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Jhoanna on 07/01/13

We are planning at trip for the last weekend in July, how is your tent site availability for that time of they year? Should we plan on getting there super early? Thanks.

From Keith on 07/01/13

The Marina is OPEN and in full operation. It reopened on June 29th, 2013. The new operators are very nice and helpful and the store is stocked well. We rented a canoe, picked up supplies, drinks, and the grill was open with lots of great food.

From Courtney Wooden on 06/30/13

Does the marina being closed affect canoe rentals? We are coming down this coming weekend and had planned on renting them. Thank you.

From owner on 06/26/13

Our Marina is temporarily closed due to the sudden passing of our marina lessee. Please be patient and understanding as we work to get the marina open and operational again. This closure affects our marina, marina grill, marina boat rentals and the enclosed fishing dock.rnWe will keep this page updated as changes occur. As always, our number one priority is guest satisfaction.

From owner on 06/26/13

Chuck: We are so sorry that you had an unfavorable visit when coming to Greenleaf. Our marina lessee passed away suddenly and this necessitated the closure of the marina facilities until legal issues are resolved. We are working diligently to get the marina back in operation but this will take time. Our bathrooms receive daily cleaning but unfortunately being in an outdoor park setting, we cannot always control the insect population.

From chuck on 06/26/13

drove from Tulsa to green leaf, just to go home. the place was closed just because the renter had passed away. I called two weeks before going, but the person on the phone said not one thing about it was not closed or open. plus one set of bath room's, with a lot of bug's. they said that the will has to be read before they could open the back up he was a renter, so why do they need to read the will, just get some one to reopen. Sad day to drive there for over one hour, then drive back. married 20 yrs ruined

From Staff on 06/24/13

Lisa, Greenleaf State Park's Cabin on the Lake offers totally accessible living areas, a picnic area, grill and floating fishing dock. Within the park, there is also an ADA compliant 18-hole mini golf course, swimming pool with accessible restrooms, shower and parking, paved hiking trail, kid’s fishing pond with accessible picnic table and fishing platform area at pond. There is also an enclosed fishing dock with parking pad and ramp to dock as well as a fishing dock with pier to the lake. For more information or to reserve the cabin, please call Greenleaf State Park at 918-487-5622. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Lisa Herrera on 06/24/13

Yes I was wanting to get info. about your cabin on the lake my husband is in a wheelchair & we are looking for a state park where there's no challenges of the wheelchair and he can enjoy fishing and the great outdoors. Sincerely,Lisa

From Staff on 06/18/13

Dan, we're sorry but the WiFi has not been restored to Greenleaf State Park. We will be sure to update this page when the WiFi is reinstated. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Dan Tyree on 06/16/13

Do you have WiFi back up and working? If so, is it at the RV sites?

From owner on 06/13/13


From owner on 06/13/13

Jaime, our marina is closed indefinitely due to the sudden death of our marina lessee.

From Staff on 06/13/13

Jaime, for information on boat rentals, please contact the Greenleaf Marina at 918-487-5857. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From jaime on 06/13/13

How much are the pontoon rentals?

From Staff on 06/11/13

Heather, primitive tent sites with no hookups are $12 per night. Certain premium sites, like those along the water's edge, may be an additional $5. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Heather on 06/10/13

How much are tent camp sites?

From owner on 06/10/13

The cabins offer a charcoal grill and a rock fire ring. May we make a reservation for you to stay with us? Please call 918-487-5196 between 8 and 4:30 pm daily.

From Jan on 06/09/13

Do the cabins have outdoor fire rings and grills?

From Staff on 06/06/13

Raena, cabins 12, 13 and 14 all have lake views, and you can reserve these cabins by calling Greenleaf State Park at 918-487-5622. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From raena on 06/06/13

Are there any properties that have lake views?

From owner on 06/04/13

Dale: We have tent sites close to the lake. Tent campgrounds near the lake include: Lakeview, Eagle's Nest and Trailhead. Just set up on a site and the camphost or park ranger will come around and collect the appropriate fees.

From Dale on 06/04/13

How far are the tent sites to the lake for fishing?

From Staff on 06/04/13

Tyler, please call Greenleaf State Park at 918-487-5622, and the park staff will be able to answer your question. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Tyler on 06/02/13

I was wondering how much it costs to rent a 2 person kayak and if reservations can be made? Thanks

From Staff on 05/17/13

Messiah, you can spot all kinds of wildlife at Greenleaf State Park, but a lot of that depends on the season. Give the park a call at 918-487-5622, and they will be able to answer your question. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Messiah on 05/16/13

What wildlife do you have

From owner on 04/29/13

Pam: Our full hook up area for sites is in Deer Run. These sites are first come; first served. There are sites with 30 and 50 amp service in that campground. No reservations accepted. Nearby Tenkiller State Park does has a "reserveable" RV campground with full hookups called Fox Squirrel. Their number is 918-489-5641. Reservations accepted.

From Pam on 04/29/13

Can we make reservations for full hook up campsites?

From owner on 04/24/13

Thank you Stacy, for considering our park for your May visit. We do keep a waiting list at Greenleaf and would be happy to place you on that list for a call should a cancellation opening occur. Our hours are 8 am - 4:30 p.m. daily seven days a week. 918-487-5196.

From Staff on 04/24/13

Stacy, according to the booking website, all of Greenleaf State Park's cabins are booked, but if you'll call the park directly at 918-487-5196 they may be able to assist you by placing you on a waiting list of some sort. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Stacy on 04/23/13

We are looking for a cabin rental for May 17 and 18th, 2 people, no pets.

From Staff on 04/17/13

Michala, dogs are allowed in all Oklahoma state parks as long as they are kept on a leash no longer than 10 feet and cleaned up after. At Greenleaf State Park, 14 of the 15 cabins are pet-friendly, but there is an additional charge of $10 a night. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Michala on 04/17/13

Are dogs allowed?

From owner on 03/25/13

Rhonda: Jet ski's are not allowed on Greenleaf Lake. Waverunners, tubing and water skiing are also prohibited. Nearby Tenkiller Lake allows all of these types of water crafts and activities.

From rhonda on 03/24/13

Are jet saki's allowed on lake?

From owner on 03/18/13

Patrick: Please email us at: with your address and we will be glad to send an information packet to you. Congratulations on your new RV purchase. Deer Run is the campground in the park that has water, sewer and electric at the site. Choices in Deer Run include both 30 and 50 amp service. You may also call us directly at 918-487-5196 to provide information to mail you the park brochure.

From Patrick on 03/17/13

can you send more information on this park, just recently purchased an rv, but need full hookups, need to know which sites offer full hookups.

From owner on 03/04/13

Brandi: Please call us at 918-487-5196 so that we may provide the information you are requesting. We have a brochure that can be mailed and lots of park information to share. Our office is open 7 days a week from 8 am - 4:30 p.m. Looking forward to hearing from you.

From Brandi Barker on 03/03/13

Can you send me information a brochure of this park? Needing to know more about the children's program cost? Cost of campsites for travel travels? Group discounts and if there is an area for group to be by each other and if there's are some cabins around or included? Lots of questions sorry.

From Greenleaf State Park on 01/30/13

Cristy - We regret that Greenleaf State Park is unable to provide Wi-Fi access to our guests at this time. This is due to technical issues and we hope to have the matter resolved in the very near future.

From Cristy on 01/29/13

Just wondering about wi-fi connectivity. I see facility wi-fi listed and was wondering if that means the capability is just in the office or through-out the park. Thanks, Cristy

From Joe & Martha on 11/20/12

This is a beautiful and peaceful park, Rv camping at it finest with nature, Deer and Wild Turkey abound. Deer come right up to you to eat, we always take some corn. We have stayed three times so far.

From Staff on 10/11/12

Porter, Greenleaf State Park has both hiking and biking trails. Read all about them from the link for Greenleaf State Park Trail System, which is located above on the right under 'See Related Listings.' For more information, please contact the state park directly at 918-487-5196. Happy trails and thank you for using

From Porter rigby on 10/10/12

Are there biking trails? Is there a map including them? What about hiking trails?

From Staff on 07/11/12

Tammy, a one year celebration at Greenleaf sounds great, congratulations! Click the red Booking Web Site link above and you can make reservations online. Best wishes and thank you for visiting

From Tammy Fate on 07/10/12

link to greenleaf state park. My absolute favorite Oklahoma park. If you like it....maybe we can rent a cabin in November and do this instead of the Texas deal for our one year celebration.

From Staff on 06/22/12

Debi, great question. Greenleaf Marina is the lease operator for kayak rentals at Greenleaf State Park and you can contact them at 918.487.5857 for more information. Sounds like a thoughtful gift and a fun summer ahead. Thank you for visiting

From Debi on 06/22/12

How do you arrange for a kayak rental? I would like to give the rental as a gift.

From melissa on 04/10/12

ive been going to greenleaf since i was born and i go there every year for my birthday i love it there it is my home away from home ive never had any complaints about this wonderful place there is alway something new and exciting to do or try

From Staff on 02/27/12

Junior, please contact the park with the phone number or email address above for more information about camping fees for the disabled. They would be happy to answer your questions and help you plan the best visit possible. Thank you for using and have a great time at Greenleaf State Park.

From junior on 02/26/12

how much is deer run camp sites for the disabled

From Staff on 12/28/11

Katie, congratulations on your upcoming wedding! We suggest you contact the park directly using the phone number or e-mail address above to speak with the park staff. Best wishes and thank you for using

From Katie Miltier on 12/27/11

Do you guys do Weddings at the cabins?? if so what are the prices and details?

From Lindsey on 10/11/11

Came to the park recently for a long weekend. Campsite had nice view and other campers were friendly. We were not able to rent any canoes or paddleboats due to the weather, although it was beautiful, and the putt putt course was terribly overgrown. Restrooms were fairly clean, but had no ventilation so it was a sauna in there. We ended up leaving early after finding a large taranchula in a bag in our tent. It made us nervous for the campers next to us considering they both had babies with them. Next time we will be staying in one of the beautiful cabins. The camp also had handicap accessible sites if needed. Park Ranger was very friendly.

From Staff on 08/15/11

Caren, please use the booking website link above or call the park directly for reservation information. Have a great time at Greenleaf State Park and thank you for using

From caren patterson on 08/12/11

How far in advance do I need to rent the handicapped cabin ? How many people does it sleep? Thank you!

From Staff on 07/13/11

Janet, please use the booking web site link above or call the park directly for reservation information. Have a great time at Greenleaf State Park and thank you for using

From Janet Hensley on 07/12/11

How much is it for a cabin for 5-6 people?

From Staff on 07/05/11

Teresa and Family, at Oklahoma State Parks the base rate for a primitive tent or RV camp site is $12.00 per night. For a semi-modern site, which includes electric and water, the rate is $20.00 per night. If you’d like a modern site, which includes electric, sewer and water, the rate is $23.00 per night. Some parks offer premium sites, like those at water’s edge, for an additional $5.00 fee per night. For more park questions, please refer to the State Park FAQs link in the top right corner of this page. Thank you for using and happy camping at Greenleaf State Park!

From Family on 07/04/11

How much would it cost if my family and maybe a friend or two did the tent camping and went hiking?

From Teresa on 06/30/11

How much is tent camping?

From Stephens-Cole reunion on 06/20/11

We had a wonderful time with our family!! Nice air conditioned building at the Hoot-Owl pavilion!!

From Travis on 05/24/11

Pack 80 from Owasso loved Greenleaf Lake!! Enjoyed the nature center and the restroom was not that bad.

From Angie on 05/11/11

Been going to the park for 10 years love this park in the spring best time is June n the Deer will come up to your campsite! About three years ago we had a pregnant Deer eating out of our hand was so amazing kids still tell people about it..

From James Hinds on 03/28/11

Great place. I will go back. Restrooms were spotless when we were there. Must have been remodeled after all of the complainers. It is as nice a park as any in the nation. I have been to many.

From Harris on 03/26/11

Just had a blast in our cabin here at Greenleaf! We stayed for spring break and the kids already want to come back. The cabin was really nice on the inside and the rustic outside made it unique. Had a great time at the nature center! The girls at the front desk were incredible and extremely accomodating, really went out of their way to make us happy! Cant wait for another trip!

From Nathan on 03/20/11

Spent 2 nights at the park over spring break and had a great time. My boys loved the mini golf, nature center, and fishing. The bathrooms were in excellent condition. I will certainly be back!

From Monica on 03/15/11

Stayed one night in Cabins 10 and 11 during spring break. They look like Hobbit Houses with their irregular rock chimneys! Very charming. Those poor guys from WPA and CCC lugging all those rocks! However, 73 years later we reap the benefits. Cute, cozy, rustic stone walls, beamed ceilings, wood stove, nice kitchen--can tell it was recently remodeled but still retains original charm. Nice hiking. Weather too cold for other activities. Pets welcome too. The dog had more fun than anyone.

From James on 02/26/11

Stayed at the park recently and enjoyed the nature center activities and the wagon ride. Noticed two new modular restrooms being prepared for use. We love staying in Gobbler Ridge campground. Newly remodeled RV sites and the new bathrooms are much appreciated.

From Mable on 02/26/11

I took my family up to Greenleaf for a winter gettaway and it was awesome! The park was gorgeous and the rock cabins were so original and historical. Not to mention cozy! It was great having a cabin with a fireplace to stay warm with! We got to see wild turkeys roaming the park, deer that would walk right up to you and even an elk!! The staff was so accomodating and really made us feel at home. Can't wait to come back for every season!!

From David on 02/26/11

Enjoy walking the paved trail and love going to the swinging bridge on the Ankle Express Trail

From Karen on 02/26/11

This is a great place to bring the family. Very nice staff. Look forward to each visit.

From Linda on 02/05/11

We came to Greenleaf for the first time last year and loved it. Camped in our pop up, had the most heavenly evening sitting on a dock in reclining camp chairs looking up at the stars. Bathrooms were just fine. Looking forward to renting a cabin this year. Nice little park.

From Jan Carrillo on 10/28/10

If you want chrome and animatronics go some place else. If you want real rocks, real trees, real water, real fish, real fires, and real family reunions go to Greenleaf. Our family, over forty strong, have always had a good time. It's great for us old folks to sit in the shade and visit. It's great for the kids with the playgrounds, fishing docks, activities, and real animals. We have enjoyed it in the heat of the summer, the cold of the winter and the glory of fall. We go back every year. However bad the bathrooms are we keep returning.

From Jean Daley on 10/26/10

My family just had there 26th family reunion at this lovely state park. We reserve at least 8 cabins every year and we all look forward to this time with our family from Arkansas, Kansas, Texas, Arizona, California, Washington and Oklahoma. One year we had visitors and family from England and they enjoyed the park. The staff is always friendly and helpful. I, also, visit during Spring Break and in the summer. It is a great place for kids. See you next time.

From Kathy Kaminsky on 10/21/10

Love this park! We go every year in the fall - and bring our dog! Very pet friendly - lots of trails and walks - everything is always clean, no trash along the trails, cabins are wonderful! We look forward to the serenity each autumn! Also, we have always found the office staff and park staff helpful and polite.

From Bob Cheney on 10/20/10

The restrooms are not horrible. America really needs to reverse the direction we are going with the use of language. It is now normal in our culture to speak of things like fully functional bathrooms with hot showers and running water as horrible. So the bathrooms were kind of dirty, but the they were better than a pot-a-potty in my opinion. Not at all horrible.

From Kristen Scott on 10/18/10

This place is an absolute gem! The hubs, the dog and I like to tent-camp. We arrived just after dark and found a great spot. I was looking for some wood when the ranger came by. She told me they sold firewood for four bucks a bundle, I said we'd take two. Not only did she BRING the firewood to our site, she brought five bundles so we could have our pick.

From Melanie on 09/26/10

I agree with some of the others posters. The restrooms are horrible.

From Carolyn Greenwood-Wagner on 08/27/10

Fell in love with Greenleaf years back when would attend the annual Girl Scout summer camp. The staff were most friendly and helpful, the lodge with a spectacular view. Have taken grandchildren who now love going to Greenleaf. This is one of the most gorgeous camps in OK.

From Cheryl on 07/28/10

Camp grounds was very clean. Both Bath houses had working and clean showers. It sucked I had to pay to fish off the docks and I had to pay to swim in the pool and that I had to spend 4 days and 3 nights in a hot cabin. I called several times and even went and talked to them to have nothing done. NO SORRY or let us bring another ac in to fix the prob. or adj. the bill. nothing!!!!!

From Glenda on 07/28/10

My granddaughters & I had a great time this past week. We plan on going back soon!

From Jerry on 07/03/10

the beach needs to be cleaned up ,so you won`t step something

From Rachel on 07/03/10

We camped @ Gobbler Ridge Area,there was 42 sites in this area with ONLY ONE SHOWER!!!! We made our reservations 4 months in advance when we got there they didn`t mow out sites we had ten sites.

From lisa on 06/29/10

When you pay to camp you should not have to pay for showering to swim in the pool.. Not only have to pay for pool but have to share with another 100 kids from a Camp that was bused in... Showers and Restrooms are nasty...

From Johnny Winkle on 06/26/10

The Camping was Horrible. None of our fifty plus group will ever Camp in Oklahoma again because of it.

From Lance on 06/24/10

If I had a problem with a bathroom, I would let the park manager know. Give them a chance to make it right.

From Chris Milholen on 06/22/10

Bathrooms suck! Wife and kids are there now and they said someone should call the health department about the restrooms.

From Bobby on 06/20/10

I am disappointed also. The fishing was not good but that is expected in 95 degree heat. The lake is rather small and the water temperature was getting too warm for dock and bank fishing. The new boat dock is not fishing friendly as it could be. I stayed at the Cyprus Row camp ground in mid June, 2010. The water from the hydrants was more of a liquid substrate that smelled and tasted like chlorine and looked like rust, it was a light rust tint and the water was usable. The new restroom and shower building in that area will be the new cement bomb shelter type if it is ever opened. I think this type was designed by FEMA or the Corrections Department rather than a park service. From conversations with the workers this project has taken weeks going on months rather than the normal number of days. Other than seasonly poor fishing, questionable water, and lack of restrooms the camp was fine. There was plenty of safe and good things for kids to do and the staff is very pleasant. For these reasons I give Greenleaf State Park conditional recommendations.

From Tom on 06/06/10

The park has been a perennial favorite of mine but I really did not like the new out houses that replaced the flush toliet. The odor from them was noticable and the construction does not match the rest of the park. The new boat dock is more of a swimming dock but was enjoyed as such by many. Greenleaf is still my favorite park but I am dissapointed with these new additions. All other features of the park are outstanding.

From melissa on 05/25/10

This is one of my favorite places to go. The cabins are great. We even stayed here for Valentines day and had a ball but it is even better in the summer. I can't wait to go back and feed the deer again. They ate out of my hand last time! This is a great place for couples or families!

From mike on 03/28/10

The family will love it, take them here!!!!

From Trisha P on 03/26/10

This is a great state park. I especially love how kid-friendly it is, even for very young kids. For example, they have a really cool swimming pool that our bigger kids loved. My 2-year-old was more interested in the shaded sand box right next to the pool, but it was easy for me to keep an eye on everyone at the same time. They have a large playground, lots and lots of shade and a great swimming area in the lake. When we were there they even provided life jackets at the lake - again, very convenient. The kids fishing pond was fun, but fishing is also easy to do off the dock near the marina. My son caught his very first little fish there with the assistance of a couple guys working at the marina. They were so nice and helpful to do that for him. It was by far the most exciting thing that happened to him on the whole trip. Very fun to watch. The cabins are great. We saw young deer all over the place. I can't say enough good things. We had a ball. In fact, all the kids cried when we had to leave. This one definitely gets 2 thumbs up from me.

From Patti Hathcoat on 03/02/10

I love Greenleaf State Park. It is a great place to take grandkids. I have 16 grandkids and they love to go camping with Nana and Papa. The fishing pond is so neat for them. Also, my family enjoys the pool and the paddle boats. The last time I visited the park, my family entered a volleyball tournament, we ended up with 2nd place and had so much fun. We plan to visit again this spring.

From Audrey Hearing on 02/23/10

I used to go there a lot when I was a kid with my family and have absolutely loved it!! I have so many memories from camping there! I am going camping there this summer with my boyfriend, his sister, and her fiance since they haven't gone! I recommend to every one!

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Turner Falls Park in Davis features a spectacular 77-foot waterfall and natural pool, as well as several wading and diving areas.All-Terrain Vacation

Oklahoma's central location means the state is a crossroads of 11 different ecosystems, each offering unique opportunities for you to get outside.

ATV enthusiasts flock to Little Sahara State Park near Waynoka where they can fly over dunes that stretch across 1,600 acres and are up to 75 feet tall.Spring Break Ideas

Don't wait until the kids start pestering you with questions - plan your Spring Break activities now.

Take a dip in the blue water of Lake Murray and explore everything Lake Murray State Park has to offer.Out and About with the Kids

Oklahoma offers many outdoor adventures perfect for making new family memories.

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