Heavener Runestone Park

Heavener Runestone Park18365 Runestone Rd
Heavener, OK 74937

Phone: 918-653-2241
Fax: 918-653-3435

Heavener Runestone Park is a day-use only park offering group shelters for picnics, picnic tables, outdoor grills, comfort stations, amphitheater, playground, hiking, exploring, and educational programs about the Runestone.  The park offers a park office, gift shop and interpretative center with educational information.

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  • Facility Amenities: Gift Shop, Meeting Space Available, Restrooms

  • On-site Activities: Hiking





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Hours above are office hours. Park is open 8am-dark.

Located 2.5 miles north on Hwy 59 at Hwy 270 junction.

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From Rollie Hunt on 04/08/2014

A very intetresting area. I thoroughly enjoyed the historical aspect of the stone and information given by the people at the park office. I spent the entire day there walking, exploring and debating what this all means. This location has plenty left to be discovered. My son and I were lucky enough to have possibly located another smaller runestone near the large runestone monolith. It has what appears to be a Berkano symbol. Hopefully, it is confirmed to be an actual runestone. Again, I had an adventure that I will always remember. Thanks for the great park and keeping this runestone available to anyone who has any appreciation for a truly historical adventure Sincerely, Rollie H. Hunt

From Carol Richards on 11/23/2013

Beautiful park. However the attendant stated something about Easter island being in the Atlantic..its in the Pacific...

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