Mount Scott

Mount Scott Inside Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Lawton, OK 73552

Phone: 580-429-3222

Located on the eastern edge of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Mount Scott is one of Oklahoma's most prominent mountains.  A three-mile-long paved road leads to the summit and a breathtaking view of southwest Oklahoma.  The peak towers 2,464 feet above sea level.  Parking is available on the summit so that you can get outdoors and enjoy the vistas and some rock hopping or hiking.  Don't forget to bring your camera to snap photos of the beautiful views from the top of Mount Scott. 

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  • General Information: Free admission

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-44

Open from dawn until dusk.

Located north of SH-49, just west of Lake Lawtonka.

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From Billy and Janet Helm on 11/07/16

A motorhome can be driven to the top of the mountain by an experienced owner. Plenty of room to park and turn around in a large, flat parking lot on top. If gate is locked to the entrance during advertised open hours, call the park office to request them to open it. They close it sometimes due to weather and forget to reopen it when clear. Beautiful view. Amazing that it is in Oklahoma.

From Daun on 08/07/15

Was stationed FT Sill in the mid 80s I left that area now 30 years later. I am returning n cant wait to show girls Mount Scott n the refuge and the post.

From Guy on 06/30/15

not open sunrise to sunset. Opens at 0900 so don't plan on going to the top until it's at least 100 degrees out.

From wilma crownover on 07/31/14

I was there a few years ago with my sister & family. What a breath taking view! Not so much fun driving up to the top tho.

From Jeff on 02/25/14

I went there with my son who just graduated Army Basic at Fort Sill. Great facility! Wonderful views!

From Barbara Wood on 12/27/13

I walked up Mt Scott and back down with two cousins. We sang 99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall all the way up and all the way down. I was 16 at the time. Great memory.

From Vanessa Sistrunk on 07/01/13

I remember going to Mt. Scott with my grandmother when I was a kid. She loved to fish and we loved to play in the water. I remember how beautiful it was. I cant wait to see it again. Planning a trip in the Spring.

From Rick Wilson on 03/27/13

Have visited Mt. Scott many a times and I never get tired of the beauty that one can see from the peak. Oklahoma is a very beautiful state!

From Jessica Lone Elk on 09/21/12

MT.Scott is veryy! beautiful!! I am very young to be talkikng about marriage in some's eye's but in others it's away of life..for me personally I'm not ready for marrige. But when I am I would love for my wedding to be here!! on top of MT. Scott!!

From debra bryant on 07/09/12

I was stationed @ ft. sill from 99-03. I use to take my daughter up there all the time and just relax and enjoy the view...

From eric on 06/15/12

went to see mount scott and got there at 9am. the sighn says open at 9... waited tell 1030 and still no one there to open the gate..such a nice day to go there and couldnt go in ..

From Sally on 03/04/12

Mt Scott is 300' higher than the highest point in PA which is on I-80 near clear field. Hard to believe here on the plains. Look at the video.

From Sheila Minor on 12/23/11

I'm visiting from Ohio and my son took me up on the mountain today and it was awesome!!

From robert kramer on 07/03/11

stationed at Ft. Sill,1952-53'

From Danielle Bontrager on 11/24/10

Mt. Scott is amazing! i used to picnic up there with my mom when i was little! i hae tons of pics of the senery and it feels like i never take the same pic twice!

From Dana Campbell on 05/25/10

One of my favorite Oklahoma places to run, hang out, hike, drive up Mt. Scott with Family. Take pics and have a picnic!

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