Talking Trees Campground

Talking Trees Campground 53157 US Hwy 59
Hodgen, OK 74939

Phone: 918-653-2187
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Nestled in the foothills north of the Winding Stair and Rich Mountains, Talking Trees Campground offers cabins, tent sites, RV sites, a fishing pond and much more.  Reserve a cabin that sleeps four guests in bunk beds or sleeps four guests in regular beds, or book the group cabin that will sleep 20 guests.  No linens are provided, so bring your own bedding.  The RV sites feature 30/50 amp service, water service and plenty of shade. 

Located along the National Talimena Scenic Byway in southeast Oklahoma, Talking Trees features a variety of amenities that will guarantee ...

Nestled in the foothills north of the Winding Stair and Rich Mountains, Talking Trees Campground offers cabins, tent sites, RV sites, a fishing pond and much more.  Reserve a cabin that sleeps four guests in bunk beds or sleeps four guests in regular beds, or book the group cabin that will sleep 20 guests.  No linens are provided, so bring your own bedding.  The RV sites feature 30/50 amp service, water service and plenty of shade. 

Located along the National Talimena Scenic Byway in southeast Oklahoma, Talking Trees features a variety of amenities that will guarantee a relaxing vacation.  The dining facility offers catered meals with homemade biscuits for breakfast, so bring an appetite.  In addition, miles of ATV and horseback riding trails are available in the neighboring Ouachita National Forest.  Guests have free use of paddle boats, or challenge your friends and family to a game of horseshoes.

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  • Facility Amenities: Credit Cards Accepted, Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Grills, Meeting Space Available, Pets Allowed, Restrooms, Showers, Water Hookup

  • General Information: Number of Units: 25

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Complimentary Room for Driver, Complimentary Room for Guide, Group Rates Available, Seating Capacity: 100, Total Capacity of Meeting Space: 100, Tour Group Welcome Reception

  • Location: Recreation Area

  • On-site Activities: Fishing, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Hunting

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

12:00 pm

5:00 pm

Monday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Tuesday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday

10:00 am

5:00 pm

Located 10 miles S of Heavener on Hwy 59/270.

Primary Contact:

Barbara Tyson




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From Amanda Wikel on 10/28/12

I visited this campground this weekend, I had a fantastic time. I rented one of the cabins and it exceeded my expectations. If you love to camp, and love the outdoors this is the place for you. It was a short car ride from the scenic drive, I was allowed to bring my dog, I was fed a wonderful breakfast, and had a warm place to sleep. The fire pit was great, and enjoyed a campfire well into the night. It felt very safe, and the owners were super friendly. If you really like the outdoors you can't get better than this. I left thinking about how soon I could plan my next visit.


From Jeanne Harris on 08/13/11

I don't know what planet this camper was from when they visited the fine people at this campground. They must have been having a family disagreement. You know the kind..the wife does not want to go camping and the husband wants to get back to nature! Yes, there is a train in the area and yes there is a correction facility in the same area. Big deal! If the camper had asked or read the web site, they would have known the massage is a pre arranged reservation and the hot tub is a hydro tub with massage jets. Has anyone ever been to a camp that did not have a few bugs. Let me know where in the world that may be, I want to verify. The large pond has natural springs and is a place to swim as well as fish. It is clean water and four kinds of fish live there. The camper did not get out of the car or cabin to look around. The volleyball and basketball area is a short distance from the camp sites. As for food service, the web site tells the camper that food is catered in the large dining facility on reservatons. The beverage barn is for special catered events. Asking questions for special needs seems like a first step for any person with simple wits about them. Tell me this camper type never inquires at the front desk of a hotel about what is available and where. The dysfunction in this type of personality explains why they had the need to try and slam a perfectly great camping area that a lot of folks have enjoyed since it was built in 2005. It is still there and open. I guess that speaks for itself. If all the horible things this person said were true, they would have closed years ago. Thank you for printing another view.


From Jasen on 06/14/10

Camped there in June 2010, and was very disappointed in what I found compared to the discription on their website. The campsites are right between a busy highway and a heavily traveled train track. It is also across the street from a prison. There was no beach or good place to swim. The health spa consisted of a hot tub and a massage table in a large concrete room right behind the bathrooms, that had roaches and other insects all over the place. The small pond that doubled as a fishing hole was a good place to fish, but scary place to swim. Could not find a volleyball or basketball court anywhere there, and the horseshoe pits were overgrown and unkept. Never found a dinning facility on site either. There was a beverage barn, that was never open. Prices for the campsites were very expensive for what you got. All in all, I will not be going back there again, and would suggest to others to find a different campground.


 
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