Lake Carlton

Lake Carlton Hwy 2 N
Wilburton, OK 74578

Phone: 918-465-2565
Fax: 918-465-5763

Located in Robber's Cave State Park, facilities at Lake Carlton include a boat ramp, campsites, equestrian campsites, picnic area, grills, restrooms, playground, group shelter, drinking water & concessions, nature trail & paddle boats, canoes and yakanoes.

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  • Facility Amenities: Pool Outdoor

  • On-site Activities: Boating, Fishing, Hiking

  • Rentals: Canoe Rental

5 miles N of Wilburton on Hwy 2.

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Sheila Kirk

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From Staff on 07/22/15

Deadra, there are RV campsite reservations available through the Robbers Cave State Park page at From there, click the green 'Book RV Campsites' button at the top of the page. We just checked and there are still four sites available for your requested dates. Thank you for using!

From Deadra on 07/22/15

Hi, we are looking to visit Sept 4-7 bringing our camper and 2 kiddos will be traveling daily to the choctaw festival in tuskahoma. We wondered if there were any available campsites to reserve and wanted info, thank you.

From Don Motley on 05/17/15

When i was in Indian school at Jones Academy,we used to take field trips there,back in the early sixties.A very beautiful place.

From Staff on 01/30/14

Todd, thanks for your comment! We're on the hunt for the video right now, and we'll be happy to share it if we find it. Unfortunately, the email address you listed came back to us, so if you would please email Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Todd Wells on 01/30/14

back in 1980 during the summer, our school took a camping trip at carlton lake. During the trip a couple of us ran into a film crew making a tourism commercial. they asked us if we would play in the water on the kayacks so they could film us, and they let us use the kyacks all day. I would like to know if you could find that video and let me get a copy? Thank you.

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