Bell Cow Lake & Equestrian Campground

Bell Cow Lake & Equestrian Campground Hwy 18 (Lake Rd W)
Chandler, OK 74834

Phone: 405-258-1460
Fax: 405-258-0432
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Bell Cow Lake has great fishing, trails for horseback riding and a sandy swimming beach. The lake has four developed areas which offer primitive camping, as well as RV sites with full hookups for up to 40 ft, picket poles, restrooms with showers, boat ramps, fishing docks, volleyball and basketball courts, pavilions and ample parking. Horse rental is not available, so visitors interested in horseback riding must bring their own mounts.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Pets Allowed

  • On-site Activities: Horseback Riding

Located 1 mile N of Chandler on Hwy 18. Go W 1.5 mile on lake Road, then 3/4 mile N.

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Jan Neufeld




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From TravelOK.com Staff on 04/21/15

Don, the only phone numbers we have are what's listed on the City of Chandler's website (the orange website button at the top of this page). You may also try calling 405-258-3210 or 405-258-1460, and see if they can transfer you to the correct department. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Don Ellis on 04/21/15

Where do you go or who do you call to reserve a campsight. The 258-3200 # is no longer in service.


 
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