Osage Hills State Park
Located just west of Bartlesville in the heart of the Osage Nation in northeast Oklahoma, Osage Hills State Park is a prime example of Oklahoma's natural beauty. With lush forests, rocky bluffs and serene waters, the park boasts 1,100 acres of scenery. A visit to Osage Hills State Park in the fall will inspire visitors, as the foliage transforms from green to vivid shades of yellow, orange and red.
Trails on the rocky, hilly terrain provide a challenge to hikers and mountain bikers, and there are many to choose from in Osage Hills State Park. Visitors may catch a glimpse of white-tailed deer or a wild turkey while on the trails. Tennis courts and a ball field are available to visitors, and the swimming pool provides a great way to cool off on a hot day.
Fishing is a favorite activity in Osage Hills State Park. Anglers can test their skills and try their luck at Lookout Lake or at Sand Creek, which winds through the park. Bass, crappie, catfish and perch, among other fish, can be found. Fishing boats are available for rental at the lake.
A total of 23 tent sites and 20 RV sites with water and electricity hookups are options for a stay at Osage Hills State Park. The park also offers a dump station for RVs. Visitors can relax in one of the two wall cabins or eight native stone cabins, built by the Civilian Conservation Corp in the '30s. Each cabin has central heat and air, a fireplace, kitchen facilities and allows pets for a small nightly fee. Cabins one through three and five through eight offer one bedroom, while cabin four offers two bedrooms. A group camp is also available. The park offers a picnic area and picnic pavilions, as well as comfort stations and a facility with modern bathhouses.
***NOTICE*** Due to winterization at Osage Hills Canyon State Park, water in the RV campground and comfort station will be available until the first freeze. After the first freeze, potable water will be available at the park office. The Tent Hill Campground will be closed and the remaining comfort stations will be closed and winterized from November 1, 2017 through March 1, 2018. In addition, the Group Camp will be closed from December 1, 2017 through April 1, 2018.
Park gate hours: 8am-10pm
The swimming pool is closed for maintenance and cleaning on Mondays. Pool hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12-8pm. The pool opens Memorial Day weekend and remains open until early August.
Two bedroom cabin (sleeps up to six people): $105 plus tax, per night.
Pet fee: $15 per night.
Two-night minimum required on weekends.
There is a $25 per night holiday fee and a 3 night minimum for Memorial Day weekend, Independence Day and Labor Day weekend.
Swimming pool admission:
Adults (12 & over): $4
Children (11 & under): $3
Tent sites: $14
RV sites with electric & water hookups: $22
Senior Discounts for Cabins:
A discount (currently 15%) may be given to senior and disabled visitors on the established nightly rate per cabin Sunday-Thursday nights only, excluding holidays. Some restrictions may apply.
Senior Discounts for Campsites:
The senior discount is currently $2 off the daily published rate for designated standard RV and tent campsites. Utility fees are not discounted.
Total disability discount is currently 50% of the base rate for designated standard RV and tent campsites. Utility and premium campsite fees are not discounted.
Senior discounts are also offered on swimming pool fees and other recreational features.
For more information on senior and disabled discounts, please click ’Senior Citizen & Physically Challenged Visitor Opportunities’ under Maps & Resources located below. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
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