Tenkiller State Park

Tenkiller State Park 8 miles N of Gore on Hwy 100
Vian, OK 74962

Phone: 918-489-5641   918-489-5643
Fax: 918-489-2111

Tenkiller State Park is known as Oklahoma's “heaven in the hills.” The sparkling blue waters of Lake Tenkiller offer water enthusiasts an abundance of recreational opportunities between 130 miles of shoreline and 13,000 surface acres. The park’s plentiful amenities make it a favorite destination for all ages.

Contact information:

Tenkiller State Park Office Phone Number: (918) 489-5641 or (918) 489-5643

Pine Cove Marina Phone Number: (918) 489-5735

Clearwater Café Phone Number: (918) 489-5655

Tenkiller State Park in Vian is a haven for all water sports including water skiing, fishing, boating, tubing and scuba diving. Outdoor facilities include a volleyball court, basketball court, two playground areas, four group picnic pavilions and 172 picnic tables. The outdoor swimming pool is available to all guests for a small fee, and includes a water slide, diving board, handicap-accessible restrooms and lounge chairs. Additional amenities include a community building, kids' fishing pond, three hiking trails and the Driftwood Nature Center.

Tenkiller State Park is known as Oklahoma's “heaven in the hills.” The sparkling blue waters of Lake Tenkiller offer water enthusiasts an abundance of recreational opportunities between 130 miles of shoreline and 13,000 surface acres. The park’s plentiful amenities make it a favorite destination for all ages.

Contact information:

Tenkiller State Park Office Phone Number: (918) 489-5641 or (918) 489-5643

Pine Cove Marina Phone Number: (918) 489-5735

Clearwater Café Phone Number: (918) 489-5655

Tenkiller State Park in Vian is a haven for all water sports including water skiing, fishing, boating, tubing and scuba diving. Outdoor facilities include a volleyball court, basketball court, two playground areas, four group picnic pavilions and 172 picnic tables. The outdoor swimming pool is available to all guests for a small fee, and includes a water slide, diving board, handicap-accessible restrooms and lounge chairs. Additional amenities include a community building, kids' fishing pond, three hiking trails and the Driftwood Nature Center.

Lake Tenkiller is considered one of the best places in the state to go scuba diving, as its waters are clear from eight to 28 feet.  Tenkiller Scuba Park is a diver's dream, with a sunken airplane fuselage, school bus, helicopter and two boats to explore underwater.  In some areas of the lake, divers can see the remains of homesteads and artifacts left behind from before the lake was formed.  The Tenkiller dive area, Fisherman's Point, requires an entry fee of $5 per vehicle. This area also provides access to a swim beach, boat ramp and lakeside tent camping. The lake's underwater terrain ranges from mildly sloping hills to rock cliffs, and the water goes up to 165 feet deep in places.  With an Oklahoma fishing license, divers can try their luck at spear fishing for non-game fish. One diving pro shop is located on the lake and offers training, certification and equipment rental.

Tenkiller State Park offers 85 RV sites and 144 tent sites scattered between 10 campgrounds. Primitive campgrounds include Bluff View, Cedar Ridge, Eagle Point, Fisherman’s Point, Goose Neck Bend North and South and Hickory Flats. RV campgrounds with 30 amp electric and water hookups include Blue Jay Knob and Flying Squirrel. The Shady Grove and Fox Squirrel campgrounds both offer full hookups, though there are four sites within Fox Squirrel that offer 50 amp electric. A total of seven comfort stations with restrooms and showers are available in the park, and there are two on-site dump stations. View a map of Tenkiller State Park campgrounds.

In addition to the tent and RV campgrounds, Tenkiller State Park guests may choose from 39 cabins, ranging from one to three bedroom styles.  All the cabins, except for the three bedroom model, are duplexes. Cabins are equipped for the maximum number of guests with dishes, linens, full kitchens, heat, air conditioning and satellite television. In addition, some cabins are pet friendly. There are a total of 39 one bedroom cabins, 16 two bedroom cabins and one three bedroom cabin. Tenkiller State Park also offers 10 courtyard cottages, which are motel-style with interconnecting rooms and a shared porch.  Each room features heat and air, a refrigerator, linens and bedding for four. Reserve a state park cabin online or call (918) 489-5641.

Tenkiller State Park features two multi-use trails and one nature trail. The Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail is a handicap accessible paved trail 1.5 miles in length. Children 16 and under may catch their limit of three fish per day with no charge or permit required in the kids' fishing pond at Tenkiller State Park.  Also located on-site, the Pine Cove Marina offers fuel, snacks and boat rentals, as well as the floating Clearwater Café.

For complete information on Tenkiller State Park, including detailed campground overviews, pricing and park amenities, view the Tenkiller State Park Guide.

***NOTICE*** Due to winterization at Tenkiller State Park, all 10 courtyard cottages as well as the Shady Grove RV area, Blue Jay Knob RV areas, Flying Squirrel RV area, Upper DX and Bluff View tent areas will be closed from November 1 to March 1, 2017. The Fox/Squirrel RV campground will remain open.

Property Map
Get Directions
Sorry, but we couldn't locate any properties
Contact Information
  • Discounts: Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: Amphitheater, Campsites, Credit Cards Accepted, Elec. 30 Amp, Full Hookups, Grills, Lake Access, Lake/River View, Lodging On Site, Marina, Meeting Space Available, Naturalist on site, Non-smoking, Office WiFi, Outdoor Grills, Park Ranger, Pets Allowed, Pets Allowed in Cabin, Pets Allowed in Park, Picnic Area, Playground, Pool Outdoor, Restaurant on site, Restrooms, Showers, Swim Beach, Water Hookup

  • General Information: Free admission, Number of Units: 49

  • Group Amenities: Group Rates Available

  • Location: Countryside, Lakefront, Recreation Area, State Park

  • On-site Activities: Biking, Boating, Children's Programs, Fishing, Hiking, Swimming, Volleyball, Watchable Wildlife, Waterskiing

  • On-site Lodging: Bunkhouse, Cabin/Cottage, RV Sites, Tent Sites

  • Rentals: Pontoon Rental

  • Room Amenities: Cable/Satellite TV, Coffee Maker, Kitchen Facilities, Microwave, Refrigerator

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units, 2-Bedroom Units, 3+ Bedroom Units, Connecting Rooms





8:00 am

4:30 pm


8:00 am

4:30 pm


8:00 am

4:30 pm


8:00 am

4:30 pm


8:00 am

4:30 pm


8:00 am

7:30 pm


8:00 am

4:30 pm

Cabin & cottage check in: 3pm
Check out: 11am

The pool is open seasonally from Memorial Day weekend through mid-August from 12-7pm Wednesday-Sunday.

Nature Center phone: (918) 489-5025

Cabin pet fee: $15 per pet, per night.

Entry into the Fisherman's Point area costs $5 per vehicle.

Tent sites: $14

RV sites with electric & water hookups: $22 and up

RV sites with electric, water & sewer hookups: $25

Premium sites: Additional $5

Pool rates:

Non park guests: $6

Campers: $4

Cabin guests: $3

Pool parties are available for $180 from 7:30-10pm Wednesday through Sunday only (advance reservation required).

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

Driving east on I-40, take Exit 287. Follow Hwy 100 N through Gore to park. From I-40 W, take Exit 297. Go 10 miles north on Hwy 82 to Hwy 100, then 3 miles south to park.

Primary Contacts:

Lessley Pulliam


From Jan 21, 2017
to Mar 4, 2017

Eagle Tours & Loon Watches

From Mar 6, 2017
to Mar 18, 2017

Tenkiller Spring Break

Stay 3 Nights, Get 1 Free"
Check in on Sunday or Monday and stay three...
Thanks for Staying Rewards"
Thanks for staying with Oklahoma State Parks! If...
Oklahoma State Parks Military Discount"
Oklahoma State Parks honor our troops with a 25%...
Sweetheart Special"
Nothing says romance like a cozy retreat to an...

  • your name:

  • your email address:

  • friend's name:

  • friend's email address:

  • comment:

  • send


Rate this property:

  • name:
  • email address:
  • comment:
From owner on 02/01/17

All you need to come to the Eagle Tours on Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge is to show up at 9:00 a.m. at the refuge headquarters. You should be prepared for the weather, bring water, snacks and binoculars if you have them. We hope to see you on Saturday. The Eagle Tours are every Saturday through March 4, 2017.

From Stephen Buller on 10/24/16

I recently took my family to see Lake Tenkiller for the first time. This was a beautiful place but we felt that we were over charged. We were camping in tents so we wanted to stay close to the bathrooms. We picked a site and got set up and found out that the bathrooms were padlocked so we couldn't use them. Not only that but we also found that we had to pack out our trash because there was no trash can in the campground either. We were charged $14 per tent per night of which we had 2 for a grand total of $28 per night. I was very disappointed considering that rates at the conservation core campground were less money and they had full hook ups. I understand that fees are necessary to keep a facility running. However, state park fees used to be $12 and it didn't matter how many tents you had. The fees are more than double what they used to be. I was happy to take my kids on a weekend campout but I felt like I got my head ripped off in the process. High fees and broken down facilities. I will be back to see Lake Tenkiller again but it will not be from a state park campground.

From Steve McConnico on 10/19/16

In the 60's, we would go camping there when I was in the BSA. We'd fish, swim, and canoe in the lake quite a bit. We got to know the legends of the lake, which I personally know first hand of, where I personally saved drowning people there. Last time I was there, I took my family, along with my folks, for a family reunion. I had a ball in the cabin. The kids wanted their TV. Wife just wanted a radio. Still, we had great family time and experiences.

From Les on 09/22/16

Our phones are back up and running. Please give us a call at 918-489-5641 or 918-489-5643 to book your cabin or check on your reservation. Thanks and sorry for any confusion.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/20/16

Tamara, your best bet for that information is to call the park office directly at 918-705-0094. Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Tamara Walkingstick on 09/20/16

I just reserved a cabin for Nov. 4-Nov. 7th. for the WITO. I have not received a confirmation email although I do have a confirmation #. So am I set? No worries? Thanks and looking forward to seeing you again!

From Les on 09/16/16

918 705 0094

From Les on 09/16/16

Tenkiller State Park has had a crash of the phone system. We apologize for those who have been trying to reach us. The agency is working hard for an emergency replacement of the system. We now have a temporary phone number that you may try to reach us by 918 705 0094 We are sorry for the inconvenience, but know that we are working hard to repair the problem.

From Toni on 09/16/16

I'm having the same problem as James. I've been calling for 2 days! Noone is answering the phone. I need a room tonight. Frustrating.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/16/16

James, we're sorry to hear that you're having trouble reaching the park office! We will be sure to pass along your email address so someone can get in touch with you and arrange your stay. Thank you for using TravelOK.com.

From James on 09/15/16

What does it take to get someone to answer the phone? I've been trying for three days to get thru and yes I tried both numbers listed on the website. Does anyone work there. I tried booking a cabin online but I get a message stating that my request exceeds the allowable number of days? We're only talking 10 days? What's up with that? I thought the whole idea was to have someone in the cabins to generate revenue? I've stayed there several times in the past with no problem.It's not just this park either I've tried several parks.It seems that the whole State park system is just going down the toilet. The cabins have gone up considerably yet the service has deteriated even more!! It's a shame to have such really nice parks which are so poorly managed. What is gonna take for the tax paying citizens of this state to get people into management position who can and will work for the people who pay their salaries. We deserve better!!

From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/31/16

Keith, if you're talking about the dam overlook, you can view it at www.virtualtenkiller.com/. Otherwise, your best bet will be to contact the park directly and see if the staff can point you in the right direction. You'll find the phone number and email address at the top of this page. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Keith T. Robinson on 08/30/16

I was wanting to reserve the overlook for my wedding in October, and was looking for a few photos to show my fiancé, but can't find any. Are there any on your site?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/29/16

Nita, great question! The underwater scuba park is near Fisherman's Point. From the intersection of Highway 100 and Tenkiller Drive, take Tenkiller Drive all the way to the end of the road. Fisherman’s Point Campground is located near the mouth of Pine Cove near the underwater scuba park. This area is perfect for day use by scuba divers, as there are on-site restrooms and covered picnic areas available. For guests interested in camping, there are 27 primitive tent sites available. It's important to note that entry into the Fisherman's Point area costs $5 per vehicle. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Nita Davis on 08/28/16

Hi! I have been searching the Tenkiller State Park map, but cannot find the underwater scuba park. Can you explain to me where it is located in the park? Thank you.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/09/16

Nicole, we are sorry to hear about your experience and want to let you know that we have updated the website to reflect that the pool is closed for the 2016 season. Thank you for using TravelOK.com.

From Nicole Griffin on 08/08/16

We were very dissatisfied with our trip to Tenkiller State park. We saw that they have a swim beach, and how clear the water is, so we drove 1 1/2 hours there. We paid the $5 to get in, only to find there isn't a beach! It's a tiny rocky spot, with rocks leading into a small sliver of water. Where I come from, beaches have sand. I would expect that a swim area would not be full of rocks. We did not feel comfortable letting our children get in the water, know how hazardous that could be. So we thought we might check out the pool. Well, online nothing is said about the pool being closed some days...we found out the pool is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays, and it actually closed for the season today! It's the beginning of August! Really? Kids aren't even back in school yet! It would be nice if that little fact would have been online. We asked the attendant if we could get our $5 back and she said it is nonrefundable. We are very disappointed.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/04/16

Courtney, we are so sorry to hear about your experience. Please know that all comments posted here are forwarded to the park office so they can be made aware of the issues. Thank you for using TravelOK.com.

From Courtney on 08/03/16

We have been diving and staying at Tenkiller for the last 4 years and it has gotten worse and worse each time. The campsites at Fisherman's Point have gravel on them so tent camping is super uncomfortable. The bathrooms are always extremely dirty. The covers over the tables at the campsites were damaged in storms last year and have yet to be repaired. The park rangers have even woken us up at 3 am by shining lights in our tent to wake us up so we can pay our fees on our first night there. Where does the $17 go that I pay to camp and even enter the area go? I will not be camping here anymore and I am not recommending it to anyone else.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 07/20/16

Christopher, fireworks are not allowed in Oklahoma's state parks. For prices, please refer to the "prices" tab up above or give the park staff a call at 918-489-5641. Thank you for using TravelOK.com, and have a blast during your stay at Tenkiller!

From Christopher Mahon on 07/19/16

Hello, My name is Christopher Mahon and I am hosting a social event at Lake Tenkiller in late August for some friends and family. I have a question regarding the legality of Firework use on the Lake during this time period as it is a time of celebration to bring us all together. I am flying from California and the use of fireworks is very limited to us, it would be a nice pleasure. Also I have questions regarding the rental of multiple campgrounds linked together in a larger area, and what the costs would be, if any. Thank you, Chris

From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/20/16

Brandi, we are sorry to hear about that! It definitely sounds like there are some maintenance issues going on with the water at your site, so we hope you were able to talk to a camp host or member of the park staff during your stay and get everything straightened out. If not, please feel free to call the park office at 918-489-5641 and let them know your site location so they can be made aware of the issue. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com.

From Brandi on 06/18/16

Normally love this park. Beautiful, great location for putting a boat in the water and food and entertainment is just a walk away. My husband got engaged at this park. With that being said, we've been here in the RV for a week and two wkends and the water has been shut off at least 3 times. One of those times it was off all day. Disappointed to spend money to stay in a place where I can't use the restroom or take a shower or even wash my hands when needed. There is never any warning before the shut off.

From Jake on 06/17/16

$30 for 3 kids under 8 and 2 adults to swim in the pool, after we paid $50 for the weekend to camp, Pretty outrageous. Other than that, the place is great.

From Garrett on 06/11/16

Great park, but there is a bar literally right across the street that hosts outdoor concerts. So I would check the concert schedule and stay away unless you like spending your nights - LATE nights! - with what sounds like a bass drum right next to your campsite. My family will not be coming back. I truly feel sorry for this wonderful state park because of the ignorant moron who put a bar right across the street!

From Michael Cavitte on 04/01/16

Eagles building a nest on phone tower across from my house in toppers.

From Shirley Brady on 03/17/16

Had a wonderful three days at Lake Tenkiller. The staff - Patsy and Kim were so awesome in accommodating our family. Enjoyed the lake and particularly enjoyed the eagle watch with the naturalist, I think her name was Leann. Highly recommend this state park!

From Vicky Mansur on 11/05/15

Not sure if this is the right place to leave this message, but our family just wanted to say thank you to the folks at the Nature Center who ran the kid activities during fall break. During the day on Friday and Saturday there were six kid activities that were enjoyed by all the kids. They especially loved the water bottle rockets and receiving their own pumpkin for carving. It added a special touch to our camping time at Tenkiller. Thanks!

From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/11/15

Brad, we haven't heard of any restrictions, but the park office will be able to tell you for sure. Please give them a call at 918-489-5641. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Brad on 09/11/15

are 2 stroke pwc's allowed on TenKiller lake?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/01/15

Staci, we don't know of any kayak rentals at Tenkiller State Park, but the park staff might! Please give them a call at 918-489-5641. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Staci on 08/29/15

Are there kayaks available to rent? Thanks

From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/17/15

Candace, please give the park office a call at 918-489-5641 and they'll be able to give you more information. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Candace Johnson on 08/16/15

My family has a reservation for a 6 person cabin this weekend. Is 6 the maximum number of people allowed to stay in the cabin? We have 8 people coming and we're wanting bring an extra blow up bed.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/10/15

Diana, tent sites at all of Oklahoma's state parks start at $12 per night. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From diana Rodriguez on 08/09/15

What is the price for a tent for one night?.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 07/10/15

Garrett, thanks for your interest in Tenkiller State Park! Tent sites are $12 per night and small pontoons from Pine Cove Marina start at $150 for two hours. They are already in the water. You can find out more information by clicking on Pine Cove Marina & Clearwater Cafe under 'See Related Listings' on the right side of this page. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Garrett Graham on 07/09/15

Thinking about visiting first weekend of September and renting a tent site maybe a pontoon any idea on costs for a tent sent for four days and a pontoon rental for one day? Also is the pontoon in water already or does it need to be put in?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/18/15

Natalie, we have been in contact with the Tenkiller State Park manager regarding your comment, and we wanted to offer another side of the story for future guests staying with us. While we are very sorry that you had a bad stay, the matter of having the electric plug melt to your camper leads us to believe that your camper was drawing too much power for an extended amount of time. When park staff visited your campsite that night, they changed out the breaker and tested all of our equipment, which tested fine. Electrical problems are common and we fix them when we are able, but in cases like this we could not because it was your camper that caused the problem. If you have any concerns, we encourage you to call the park office directly at 918-489-5641. Thank you for using TravelOK.com

From Natalie Earls on 06/16/15

We stayed at Lake Tenkiller at Fox Squirrel and had a horrible experience. They were having issues with the power surging and several sites that were out of order and we lost our power cord and the outlet on the outside as well. Cost $175 to fix it so we could have air....They did not offer to reimburse anything!! Wont be back!!

From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/18/15

Jim, your best bet for activities is to check with the Driftwood Nature Center by calling 918-489-5641. Regarding trails, the Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail is a 1.5 mile paved trail with some hills. It winds around bluebird houses and offers great views of the lake. The entrance is located at the park office. Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From jim gormley on 05/18/15

I have toddler girls and want to expose them to mother nature this memorial day weekend. Any fun outdoor events for kids going on ? Any trails recommended for small kids?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/18/15

Shalana, for availability and reservations, please call the phone number at the top of this page. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Christine on 05/17/15

We just got back from a great family getaway weekend at TenKiller State Park. We had a blast at the Kida Fishing Clinic. It was so well done and my boys learned a lot and had so much fun. They even gave prizes to all children that attended. We stayed in a Cabin with our 4 boys and our dog. It was perfect for our family. They are just right for a fun weekend away at the lake. We can't wait to go back. Thanks again to all the great staff like Michelle and Leanne. We really enjoyed ourselves!!!

From Shalana on 05/15/15

Good afternoon, I would like to know if you have a pet friendly cabins available for the next holyday , for two people. Check in on may, 23 Check in out may, 25 Thank you

From Connie Reese on 04/18/15

I booked a cabin for my Husbands annual fishing trip with his Dad and Brother for his Birthday, I purchased a Groupon to pay for one night stay which it states 1 or 2 bedroom cabin, I booked the cabin and then received a phone call that it wasn't good for a 2 bedroom so just before I called Groupon for a refund I read the info on the Groupon and it stated 1 or 2 bedroom so I called Tenkiller State Park again and they told me they had spoke with their Manager and he said that it could be used for a 2 bedroom so I booked the cabin. My Husband arrived on Thursday April 16th expecting a 2 bedroom well that is not what they got, it was a 1 bedroom with the other bed being a fold out couch. Both my Husband and Brother in law are over 6 foot tall the couch was about the size of a love seat!!! Well needless to say my Husband ended up on the floor the last night there. I am not happy at all about the fact that they went to have a nice fishing trip and relax and my Husband came home very upset!! On a good note the fishing was good and the Marine was nice a little pricey but that is to be expected.

From Robin on 03/23/15

Just visited this past weekend and it was beautiful, we will be going back this summer for some more family fun!!! Rented a boat from the marina and everyone there was so nice and helpful!! I do recommend bringing extra pots and pans when renting the cabins. other than that the cabins were great with the lake view. Thank you for a lovely stay!!!

From TravelOK.com Staff on 03/23/15

Connie, thanks for you interest in Tenkiller State Park! To check on cabin pricing and availability, please click the green 'Book Cabins & Lodge Rooms' button at the top of this page or feel free to call the park office at 918-489-5641. Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Connie Estep on 03/21/15

I am a Native Oklahoman . me and my soon to be husband love boating & fishing!! Lake Tenkiller looks amazing!! Would like too know information on how to rent a cabin

From Naomi Flynn on 03/12/15

I am a Native American Cherokee Indian, and partial owner of Tenkiller Lake. It is an amazingly beautiful piece of property, I would love to go back to it!

From TravelOK.com Staff on 02/02/15

Kimberly, if you will call the Tenkiller State Park office at 918-489-5641, the staff there will be more than happy to give you information on group camping options. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From kimberly on 02/01/15

We have a family reunion each summer and go to different lakes. Looking at Tinkeller but need 7 Rv sites all together would like water front and shade. What is the best area and would like to be able to book the spots not first come basis needed.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 01/26/15

Tally, great! Please give Tenkiller State Park a call at 918-489-5641, and the staff there will be able to assist you. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Tally Tal on 01/25/15

Hello I was wondering we are want to do a group church camp for 4 days and was wondering who do I speak with to see what you have available.

From erik wallin on 11/23/14

this place is amazing nothing bad about it it's beautiful in every way will be going back in the 2015 summer and bringing the whole family Oklahoma is a beautiful state any ways lake tenkiller just makes it that much more beautiful

From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/06/14

Sherri, the tent campgrounds at Tenkiller State Park are Bluff View, Cedar Ridge, Eagle Point, Fisherman's Point, Gooseneck Bend North & South, and Hickory Flats. To read more about each campground, please click on the red link on the right side of this page that says 'View Tenkiller State Park Guide.' You're also welcome to call the park office at 918-489-5641 for more information. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Sherri on 10/05/14

Where would you recommend tent camping?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/11/14

Greg, your best bet would be to visit either the Fox Squirrel Campground or the Shady Grove Campground. The Fox Squirrel Campground has 26 full hookup sites and is the most popular RV campground. The Shady Grove Campground is located on the north side of the park and has 11 full hookup sites. All the sites are available on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please call the Tenkiller State Park office at 918-489-5641. Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Greg Thomas on 09/10/14

We will be coming to the park in a 37ft motorhome. We need full hook ups with sewer. Would like to be close to lake what area would be good to acomadate us for Sat 13th through the 15th of September. Thank you.

From jjjb3 on 08/25/14

Very disappointed to find that part of Tenkiller State Park is now a day use fee area. Wanted to just drive my parents through when they were here visiting from out of state. Fee was going to be charged even though we were just driving through on a lake tour. Very sad.

From Debbie Longnecker on 08/09/14

We just spent three days and two nights at the cabins. It was just wonderful!! Can't wait to go back.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 07/23/14

Clyde, the pontoon boat rentals are provided by Pine Cove Marina. According to their website, there are three different price ranges for rental boats, so it would depend on what you're looking for. Rentals are available for two to eight hours. Click on 'Pine Cove Marina' at the top right side of this page, then click website for more information. You can see availability and pricing for cabins by clicking the green 'Book Now' button at the top of this page. At this time, we do not offer a military discount, but we do at various times throughout the year. All discounts for Tenkiller State Park will be listed on this page just above the comment box. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the park office at 918-489-5641. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From clyde hamilton on 07/23/14

I was wondering how much the pontoon rentals are and for how long? I was also wondering how much the cabin rentals are and if you guys offer military discount?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 07/14/14

Janell, you can check on cabin pricing and availability by clicking the green 'Book Now' button at the top of this page. For more information, please call the park office at 918-489-5641. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From janell on 07/12/14

How much is the cabin fees for 2/3 bedrooms

From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/30/14

Megan, check in time is any time after 3pm, and check out is at 11am. If you have any questions, please call 918-489-5641. Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Megan on 06/30/14

Hi, I have a reservation for this weekend for the courtyard cottage and I was just wondering what time is check in and check out? Thanks!

From Lisa on 06/27/14

Sorry..I gave the wrong email earlier,I'm the one asking about your cabins & fishing docks/trails if they're handicapped wheelchair accessible. Sincerely,Lisa

From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/27/14

Lisa, thanks for your question. Cabin type three, which features three bedrooms, is handicap accessible. It would be best to call 918-489-5641 and request this cabin instead of trying to book it online. The Tenkiller Multi-Use Trail is a 1.5 mile paved trail with slight hills. The trailhead is located near the park office. Our records don't indicate a handicap fishing dock, but the park staff will be able to tell you for sure. We hope you have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Lisa on 06/27/14

Wanting to know if any of your cabins are handicapped wheelchair accessible and if the trails or fishing docks are wheelchair accessible as well. Sincerely,Lisa

From Les Pulliam on 06/17/14

We have been made aware of E-Coli reports on Lake Tenkiller. We do not have any reports of findings at Tenkiller or Cherokee Landing State Parks. To check the most current lake conditions, visit www.checkmyoklake.com

From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/21/14

Libby, you can check on availability and pricing by clicking on the green booking button located at the top of this page. Since pricing varies based on season and day of the week, that's the best route to go. You can also call 918-489-5641 or 918-489-5643 for more information. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Libby Duvall on 05/21/14

What are the prices for cabins for 2 adults and 2 small kids for two nights?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/09/14

Mckallia, tent sites at Oklahoma state parks cost $12 per night, and they are available on a first come, first serve basis. If you have any questions, please call the Tenkiller State Park office at 918-489-5641. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Mckallia on 05/09/14

I was wondering I have 14 people and four tents we want to get prices for three days two night for a tent sit aroun July 4 weekend can you tell me how much it is please thanks

From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/05/14

Brandon, thanks for your question. RV and tent sites at Tenkiller State Park are available on a first come, first serve basis. However, Tenkiller State Park does offer 85 RV sites and 144 tent sites, so you shouldn't have an issue finding a site! If you'd like any more information about staying at Tenkiller State Park, please call 918-489-5641. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Brandon W. Davis on 05/04/14

Any tent sites available in late September over the weekend? Looking to visit from Arkansas and spend time with my brother who lives in Tulsa.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 04/24/14

Megan, thanks for your question. Yes, all of the courtyard cottages are pet friendly! Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Megan on 04/24/14

Are the courtyard cottages all pet-friendly? I recently made a reservation and just wanted to check. I know it is an additional $10/night but wanted make sure I could bring my dog too.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 03/27/14

Taryn, Tenkiller State Park does offer WiFi at its Nature Center, but not at the individual campsites. If you have any questions, please call the park office at 918-489-5641. Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Taryn Wallace on 03/26/14

Do you guys have WiFi at the campsite?Thanks!

From Mariah Davis on 03/26/14

My kids and husband loved the bird watching an especially the dirt! My boys gotta have their dirt!

From Clarissa Robertson on 03/26/14

I LOVE the tent and camping prices. The bathrooms are clean, and the showers are, too. I`ll be coming back soon, for sure!

From Mari on 03/22/14

It was awesome! Perfect for bird watching, fishing,.. And kids!

From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/24/13

Monika, the smallest cabin can sleep four guests and ranges between $58-$98 per night depending on the season. You can check availability and pricing by clicking on the green booking button at the top of this page or by calling 918-489-5641. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From monika on 09/24/13

Can I get some information on pricing for the smallest cabin?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 09/03/13

Vera, the online booking site reflects the lowest available rate at that time. Currently the courtyard cottages are $63. If you have any questions, please call 918-489-5641. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Vera Shannon on 09/03/13

why is the price quoted for a three night stay higher than what is listed on the calendar?

From Suzanne R. on 08/30/13

I recently booked a two night stay over labor day weekend at one of the cabins. They are lovely and full of great ammenities. I had to cancel at the last minute due to a personal emergency. Patsy and her group at Tenkiller State Park were very understanding and kind and allowed me to cancel even though it was after the official cancellation date. This was greatly appreciated during this difficult time in my life. If the cabins are booked, get on the waiting list, cancellations do happen. The cabins and staff are wonderful! I have had all good experiences at Tenkiller and Keystone State Parks! Thank you, Patsy! You are a good person and your kindness is appreciated.

From Park Manager on 08/21/13

Hello - that particular beach is in Hickory Flats area. It is the area on the opposite side of the cove from Fisherman's Point and Pine Cove Marina. Thanks and come visit us soon! We still have a few cabins for this weekend, August 23 and 24. Call for reservations at 918-489-5641

From Erica on 08/21/13

Which swim beach is the one featured in picture #50 in the above slide show? Thanks!

From Joanna Long on 07/10/13

We spent several days here in June cabin was very nice, had one small problem which was fixed shortly after we reported it.

From Les on 07/02/13

The fireworks show this Thursday will begin at dusk. They will be shot from the same location as last year. Will be visible from the entire park and between the islands on the lake is the best viewing opportunity. Admission is free. The only area with an admission is Fishermans Point - DX Area, which has a $5 per vehicle entrance fee.

From Les on 07/01/13

Fireworks Extravaganza on Lake Tenkiller Jul 4, 2013 Dusk This free fireworks show will take place on Thursday, July 4, 2013 on the south end of Lake Tenkiller around dusk. The show will be shot off near Tenkiller State Park. The area between the two big islands should afford excellent viewing for boaters. In addition, the shoot site is somewhat higher in elevation this year, so there should be excellent viewing in the central part of the lake, perhaps as far north as Cookson Bend and Sixshooter. Guests in cabins 1-24 can view the show from the park side of their cabins. Campers in all areas of the park will have a great view. Visitors to Tenkiller State Park should have a great advantage to watching this free fireworks show from cabin areas, campgrounds, the marina area, scuba park area, cabin office area, pool area and swim beach locations. This event is funded solely by donations to the Greater Tenkiller Area Association - GTAA, which sponsors this extraordinary event for park and lake visitors. 8 miles N of Gore on Hwy 100 Vian, OK 74962

From Les on 07/01/13

Brianne, Thanks for your inquiry into Pontoon Boat Rentals at Pine Cove Marina. The marina has complete pricing information on their website at PineCoveMarina.biz. Check their site out, if you need further information you may contact them at 918 489-5735. Have a safe and Happy 4th of July

From Brianne Ross on 06/30/13

Could you send me an email with your pontoon rental information and pricing?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/19/13

Mary, we're sorry but discounts are only available to completely disabled campers and those over the age of 62. Best wishes and thank you for your service!

From Mary Rice on 06/19/13

Do you offer Military Discount?

From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/22/13

Coy, if you'll click on the red link above under More Information that says 'View Tenkiller State Park Guide,' you'll find extremely detailed information on the cabins. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From coy rountree on 05/21/13

can you give me a little bit of info on the cabins

From TravelOK.com Staff on 04/29/13

Ivy, the staff at Tenkiller State Park will be more than happy to get a cabin reserved for you if you'll call them at 918-489-5641. Have a great trip and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Ivy Broam on 04/29/13

I need a cabin for a weekend in May. Preferebly May 17 - 18th. I need to know as soon as possible. Thank you.

From Debbie Ambrose on 03/23/13

Spent spring break at one of the lakeside cabins and had a great time. The cabin was clean and very cozy. Sheets and bath towels reminded me of home. View was beautiful and State Park staff were very nice, helpful and funny. Will stay there again.

From Les Pulliam, Park Manager on 02/28/13

Reservations are currently down due to loss of our server. Please contact the cabin office at 918-489-5641, leaving us your name and number. We will contact you as soon as possible and get your reservation made. Sorry for any delay in your Lake Vacation plans.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 02/15/13

Taru, please contact the state park staff at 918-489-5641, and they may be able to answer your question. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Taru Parvin on 02/14/13

ATT HotSpot or Verizon aircard, do they work at the Tenkiller State Park Cabins?

From Les - Park Manager on 02/08/13

Update to our Wi-Fi situation. Due to state regulations, Wi-Fi is no longer at the cabin office, however, it is available at the Driftwood Nature Center. Park in front or 'sit on the porch' with us.

From Cristy Vitale on 02/01/13

Just wondering about wi-fi connectivity. I see facility wi-fi listed and was wondering if that means the capability is just in the office or through-out the park. Thanks, Cristy

From TravelOK.com Staff on 01/22/13

Karen, your best bet would be to contact Tenkiller State Park directly to check on cabin rates and availability. You can reach them by calling 918-489-5641. Pontoon boat rental is available through Pine Cove Marina and, according to their website, begins at $125 plus fuel and oil for two hours. For more information, you can contact the marina by calling 918-489-5735. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Karen McClure on 01/18/13

Our family plans to be at Lake Tenkiller July 4-7th. We are interested in a 1-bed, 2-bed, and 3-bed cabins as close to Cookson Bend as possible. What do you have and what is the cost per cabin. Also what is the fee for a pontoon rental? We are interested in the State Park accommodations.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/04/12

J Rich, please use the contact information above to get in touch with the state park staff directly and they will be able to assist you. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From J Rich on 10/03/12

Do you have a club room that could be used for a RV club of 13-15 rigs. If so, what would be the cost. We are all retirees. No children. Non smoking, etc.

From TravelOK.com Staff on 10/02/12

Steve, to check on cabin availability please call 918-489-5641 or click the green 'Book Now' button above. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!

From Steve on 10/02/12

Do you have any Cabins available for Oct. 18-19-20?

From Janis and Dan on 06/23/12

Last fall we bought a run down cabin with little more going for it than a great view. Even in the midst of a ton of work we could hardly wait to get there. As the lake comes into view, the pressures of the week just float away.

From Kelvin on 03/21/12

We took our niece & 3 nephews for Spring Break, the kids had a blast climbing around on the rocks & hiking. The cabins with the older rustic insides were clean & very cozy. Even though it rained, it was great to raise the windows & smell the clean air & hear the rain drip off the roof. We'll be back in the future.

From Dakota on 03/13/12

My friends and I are heading to Tenkiller to camp and fish next weekend. I am eagerly looking forward to being there!

From Martha & David on 03/09/12

Hello, Good Folks! For years we came to camp & stay in the cabins & hang-out in our RV. Guess what? We always loved it so much, we retired from OKC in 2010 and now we live here! Not very far from the Tenkiller State Park, where we enjoy hiking, bird-watching, walking our dogs, and visiting the Nature Center. The Fourth of July fireworks are AMAZING! We love them almost as much as the Bald Eagles and the Loons in the winter. In spite of funding cut-backs which all state parks have experienced, if you visit this year, you will see improvements to the very comfortable cabins and grounds being finished up for the 2012 season. We volunteer with Tenkiller Park Partners since we found out about all the fun things that they do. The beautiful blue water, rocky cliffs, and trees budding out are welcoming spring and YOU!

From Bill on 07/21/11

I've scheduled a weekend of camping in my 38' RV. I was told I would be able to fit into the site but I am a bit concerned about that. Has anyone camped there in a large RV? Would greatly appreciate your input.

From Paul on 05/22/11

I live 5 miles from lake tenkiller great place to live or vacation cheap but vary nice homes property acd cabins for rent at reasonable rates all around perfect place to get away from it all thats why i moved here from montana.

From David Maestri on 03/17/11

I attended the Butterfield Men's Retreat, March 2011. The accommodations you guys for us were greatly appreciated. Park was very clean, Pads were very well maintained, and we also appreciated Big Daddy's opening up on Thursday for us. Thank You for letting us have a move of God as men together, and loved the welcome sign you guys had at the entrance. It let us know you care. Thanks again guys!

From Gene Redden on 03/17/11

I attended the Butterfield mens retreat last weekend. I took my motor home and have never parked on a pad with so much extra space keft on both sides of the motor home. The park was in excellent shape and I appreciate everything that was done to make our retreat a great experience. Many thanks to all the park staff with a special thank you to Doris Risley, I am looking forward to a return visit this fall.

From GEORGE DAVIS on 03/17/11


From Tim Mays on 03/16/11

I attended the Butterfield mens retreat last weekend. I stayed in one of the cabins with my son and son-in-law. The cabins were very clean and everything worked well. Park was very nice and the way the staff took care of everything makes this the place to stay. Thanks again

From William Chiles on 03/16/11

I attended the Butterfield Assembly of God men's retreat at Tenkiller State Park in March of 2011 and had a great time. Doris Risley did a great job taking care of us.

From James Shelly on 03/16/11

What an outstanding park! Clean, courteous and friendly. We attended the Butterfield Assembly of God men's retreat here March of 2011 and what a great time we had. We really appreciated what a great job Doris Risley did of taking care of us. This will definitely be on my familie's list of campsites to visit during the camping seasons to come.

From Brent Fairchild on 03/16/11

I attended the Butterfield Assembly of God men's retreat At Tenkiller State park. What a fantastic park the welcome and exceptional service was well appreciated. The wonderful service we received from our agent Doris Risley does not go unnoticed. Thank you for making this time enjoyable and relaxing.

From Cody Bankston on 03/16/11

I attended the Butterfield Church men's retreat at Tenkiller State Park and would just like to say thanks to all of the park staff for allowing us to stay and taking such great care of us.

From Harold Blanscet on 03/16/11

I attended Butterfield Assembly of God's men's retreat at Tenkiller State Park last weekend and really enjoyed it. It was my first time to camp there. Backing into my site was easy and the pad was level and there was plenty of room on both sides of me. The area we were in was very clean and lots of trees. For group camping it was excellent because of the layout of the sites. I walked a couple of times down to the lake and the view was awsome. I can see this would be a great place for a family outing because of the ongoing presence of the park personnel which gives you a sense of security. Everyone was friendly and very cooperative. I plan on returning, thanks for everything.

From Ronnie Gilmore on 03/16/11

I am the Pastor of Butterfield Assembly of God church in Van Buren, Arkansas. We recently held our annual Men's Retreat at Tenkiller State Park and had a wonderful time! It was such a success thanks to the staff at the park. I am so grateful to all of the employees for all of the hospitality. Everyone that we came in contact with from the park was so nice. I would certainly like to give a special compliment to Doris Risley our agent for setting the whole thing up and taking such good care of us. We could not have asked for better service. We will definately be returning to this campground.

From Vic & Nancy Hughes on 09/27/10

LOVED IT!!!!! We stayed in Cabin 19. Will stay again next year. Only thing we saw wrong was no electric outlet in bathroom. But then we're supposed to be camping right.

From Bobby on 06/20/10

I think Tenkiller Lake and State Park should noted as a recreational area. I stayed at the Flying Squirrel RV and tent camp site for two nights to go trout fishing. On one side was the highway complete with convenient store and night club along with all the associated noise and annoyances. On the other side was the front entrance to the park which had its contribution of noise from all the Harley Davidsons shifting gears. It is sort of like camping in Tulsa next to Peoria Street on Friday night without any noticeable shootings. Forget about fishing on the lake from the bank or docks in the summer because of all the swimming. Forget about fishing a boat also. You are a sitting target for a Jet Ski and risk being hit by objects that are usually occupied by helpless riders clinging for their lives, towed by boats with horsepower that compares to above average drag racing cars, and operated by maniacs. Go camping at Tenkiller for fun but not peace and quiet. As for relaxation and fishing get a trout license and go trout fishing below the dam. Camp somewhere else.

From Teresa Rodgers on 05/07/10

I've been going to Tenkiller most all of my life. I went camping and fishing there as a child. I'm a senior citizen now. I've enjoyed cabins, fishing,camping, canoeing, two nights on the river from Flint Arkansas to Hanging Rock our campsite. I've been back and forth or up and down. I've thought it was always heaven on earth. I've gone to that area for over 40 years steadily.

From connie burdine on 02/28/10

I would like to tell all the staff at Tenkiller thank you,for last year.In June of last year our family had the Burditt reunion at Tenkiller. We decided to have at Tenkiller again because we love the atmosphere. Our children and grandchildren loved it. We are getting ready to come again on June 10-13.

From Gordon & Kathy Knox on 02/09/10

Tenkiller state park is by far a hidden gem. Our family has established a tradition for spending our spring breaks there. As a family there is something for all to do. Accomodations and views are excellent for blending in with an Oklahoma's sunrise or sunset.

Get Social
Read Related Articles
Unexpected Natural Treasures in Oklahoma's State Parks

There’s more than meets the eye at Oklahoma State Parks. Unique natural features are just some of the wonders waiting to be found.

Unexpected Wildlife Treasures in Oklahoma's State Parks

There’s more than meets the eye at Oklahoma State Parks. Rare wildlife species are just some of the wonders waiting to be found.

Unexpected Historical Treasures in Oklahoma's State Parks

There’s more than meets the eye at Oklahoma State Parks. Historic structures are just some of the wonders waiting to be found.

The Little Niagara area is a popular spot for swimming in Travertine Creek at the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.Budget-Friendly Summer Travel Ideas in Oklahoma

Beat the heat with these budget-friendly getaways and focus on spending time, not money.

Canoes, kayaks, stand up paddleboards and paddle boats are available for rent at Lake Murray State Park in Ardmore.Oklahoma’s Kid-Friendly State Parks

Discover six parks that go above and beyond with kid-friendly attractions.

Make some serious waves at Lake Murray State Park and take your boat or jet ski out on the waters of Lake Murray.Most Popular in 2014

Take a look back at the most popular website content featured on TravelOK.com during 2014. From attractions and articles, to social media posts and photos, what emerged on top may surprise you!

Go kayaking on the Lower Mountain Fork River in Broken Bow.Oklahoma Outdoor Adventures

Whether you’re looking for an activity that will get your adrenaline pumping or simply seeking a quiet escape into nature, you’ll find it in Oklahoma. Check out these great adventure hot spots with ready-made trip ideas.

RV camping is a great way to explore Oklahoma's diverse outdoor areas including our state parks.RV Camping in Oklahoma: The Complete Beginner's Guide

Discover why Oklahoma is the ideal place for RV travel with this list of RVing tips and tricks for vacationing with your RV in the Sooner State.

The sun sets over The Montford Inn, a popular bed and breakfast in Norman.  During the filming of the movie Twister, Helen Hunt elected to stay at the Montford Inn to enjoy the peaceful environment and great hospitality.Filmed in Oklahoma

Oklahoma has played host to a variety of Hollywood films - heart-wrenching dramas, zany comedies and high impact thrillers have all been filmed here. Whether you’re a cinema buff or just catch the occasional flick, you’ll have fun exploring these filming locations in the Sooner State.

Take your pick of plump pumpkins on a visit to the Woodbine Farms Pumpkin Patch in Ardmore.50 Ways to Celebrate Fall in Oklahoma

Oklahoma is the place to be this fall. From pumpkin patches and scenic foliage drives to spooky haunted houses and fun festivals, we’ll help you put the awesome in autumn this year.

The Rush Springs Watermelon Festival celebrates the town's annual watermelon harvest.  The festival is fun for the whole family and includes carnival rides, entertainment, seed spitting contests and a free watermelon feast.50 Ways to Celebrate Summer in Oklahoma

The Oklahoma sun shines proudly overhead, watermelon is ripe for the picking and flowers are in full bloom: summer is here and it’s time to celebrate. Plan your summer vacation in Oklahoma with the help of this handy guide!

Paddlers enjoy a glorious sunset on Lake Tenkiller as they head their canoes towards shore.Tenkiller State Park: An Overview

Get the inside scoop on everything that Tenkiller State Park in Vian has to offer, and discover campground and cabin information as well as fun park activities.

Robbers Cave State Park near Wilburton offers scenic campgrounds and family friendly outdoor activities.Camping in Oklahoma: The Complete Beginner's Guide

Camping is a great way to enjoy the outdoors while building family memories that will last a lifetime. Discover why campgrounds in Oklahoma are so popular with this list of camping tips, how-tos, recipe ideas & much more.

A majestic bald eagle perches at Grand Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Many eagles make their winter homes near lakes and rivers in Oklahoma and visitors can join eagle watch events around the state during the winter months.Top 10 Places for Eagle Watching in Oklahoma

Each winter you can follow Oklahoma eagles on a path to adventure with these handy eagle viewing tips and this list of top statewide eagle watching hot spots.

A view from one of the vista turnouts on the Talimena Skyline Drive in southeastern Oklahoma.  This scenic route draws motorcycle enthusiasts from across the country who enjoy its winding curves.Five Muskogee Area Motorcycle Rides

The area surrounding Muskogee, Oklahoma has turned into a motorcycle magnet where blacktop curves are paired with inspiring scenery. So gas up and hit the road to explore these five loop tours loaded with sparkling lakes and rolling hills perfect for motorcycling adventures.

Geese congregate at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge near Vian in eastern Oklahoma.Sequoyah County Genealogy Resources

Discover Sequoyah County and trace your family history and ancestry with this list of county-specific genealogy resources.

A bright canoe adds an artistic touch to this scenic Mountain Fork River waterscape.  The Mountain Fork River in southeastern Oklahoma's Beavers Bend State Park is a popular floating destination.Top Ten State Park Experiences

With such diverse outdoor recreation opportunities, how do you select from the 32 state parks in Oklahoma? This list of the top state park experiences in Oklahoma will help you find the perfect park for your outdoor escape.

Pack up the family and head for Keystone State Park, where plenty of family-friendly activities, including fishing on Keystone Lake's 23,000 surface acres of water, await those looking for adventure and relaxation.Top Spring Break Ideas for Families

Gather up the kids, use these top ideas to plan a family-friendly getaway and embark on an invigorating adventure around the great state of Oklahoma this Spring Break.

The clear, blue waters of Lake Tenkiller are the perfect backdrop for Tenkiller State Park, where guests enjoy camping, hiking, fishing and water sports of all kinds, including an underwater scuba diving park.Lake Tenkiller - An Oklahoma Gem

Oklahoma Outdoor Expert, John Gifford, spills his favorite things about Lake Tenkiller along with information to help you plan your visit to one of Oklahoma's most scenic lakes.

An outstanding Oklahoma sunset shines over the waves of Lake Eufaula.Oklahoma’s Big Three

Eufaula, Grand and Tenkiller are some of the state’s largest lakes – and among its biggest outdoor attractions – but water isn’t the only reason they’re so popular with visitors.

A little house on the Great Plains creates a picturesque prairie scene near Guymon.Oklahoma's Diverse Ecoregions

Oklahoma's 11 ecoregions provide an amazing variety of awe-inspiring landscapes to enjoy.

ATV enthusiasts flock to Little Sahara State Park near Waynoka where they can fly over dunes that stretch across 1,600 acres and are up to 75 feet tall.Spring Break Ideas

Don't wait until the kids start pestering you with questions - plan your Spring Break activities now.

Take a dip in the blue water of Lake Murray and explore everything Lake Murray State Park has to offer.Out and About with the Kids

Oklahoma offers many outdoor adventures perfect for making new family memories.

Follow This Listing