Book Your Stay at a State Park

Whether you're a glamper or take a more rustic approach to camping, find your perfect accommodations at one of our many state parks. Follow the links below and book your lodge, cabin, RV pad or camping site today.

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Unique Stays

Looking for something different? You’re in for a treat at Oklahoma State Parks with these novelty lodging options. Reserve your spot and make your stay as unique as the landscape you’re exploring.

Tastes of Summer

Whether you’re hiking through Robbers Cave or boating on the waters of Lake Murray, enjoy local flavors from the Lookout Kitchen for the perfect start or end to your state park adventure.

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From rock climbing to scuba diving, Oklahoma’s state parks offer endless adventure. Whatever thrill you're seeking, it can be found here. Plan your outdoor adventure today.
Plan your best summer ever at one of Oklahoma’s state parks — why go somewhere else when you could be here?

Alabaster Caverns State Park

Add the only gypsum show cave in the United States to your "Best Summer Ever" bucket list. Embark on a guided tour of the .75-mile lit path and awe at cavern walls glowing with rare alabaster. Don't forget to keep your eyes out for the occasional bats! Alabaster Caverns also features wild caving, hiking trails, RV and tent camping sites, picnic areas and a volleyball court.

Arrowhead State Park

Kick back next to Oklahoma's largest man-made lake during your "Best Summer Ever" at Arrowhead State Park. Swim, fish and ride the waves on Lake Eufaula, or head inland to enjoy 2,200 scenic acres of hiking, golfing, camping and horseback riding.

Beavers Bend State Park

Your "Best Summer Ever" awaits along the mountains, pine forests and crystal clear waters found in Southeast Oklahoma. Relax in the state-of-the-art lodge, river-front tiny cabins or unique yurts before exploring the area's beautiful scenery. Whether you prefer trout fishing, hiking, biking, boating, canoeing, golfing, horseback riding or scuba diving, you can enjoy it at all Beavers Bend State Park.

Black Mesa State Park

It’s not the “Best Summer Ever” without a hike up to Oklahoma’s highest point. Towering 4,973-ft above sea level, Black Mesa State Park is the perfect location for stargazing, birding, walking alongside preserved dinosaur tracks and viewing the rare animals that live where the Rocky Mountains meet the shortgrass prairie.

Boiling Springs State Park

“Best Summer Ever” meets oasis on the plains at Boiling Springs State Park. This Northwest Oklahoma gem gets its name from a natural bubbling spring that appears to boil up from the ground and through a layer of sand. As one of the seven original state parks, Boiling Springs has everything from RV and tent sites, group camps and pet-friendly cabins to outdoor activities like swimming, fishing, hiking and golfing.

Cherokee Landing State Park

Experience the magic of Cookson Hills along the north peninsula of Lake Tenkiller at Cherokee Landing State Park. This outdoor paradise boasts lakeside RV and tent camping, an outdoor volleyball court and a 9-hole disc golf course. You’ll also be thinking “Best Summer Ever!” as you stroll among the park’s wildflowers and catch glimpses of migratory cranes near the water.

Clayton Lake State Park

Over 500 acres of “Best Summer Ever” adventures lie in Kiamichi Mountains. Beat the summer heat by wandering under the hardwood forest’s shade, wading in rushing waterfalls or setting sail on the still waters at Clayton Lake State Park.

Fort Cobb State Park

The “Best Summer Ever” calls for a lakecation at Fort Cobb State Park. Stock up on fishing bait, snacks and other lake day essentials at Sunset Cove Marina before setting out on 4,000-acres of pure summer bliss. Prefer your feet on land? Play a round at the neighboring golf course with tree-lined fairways and stunning lake views.

Foss State Park

You won’t feel like you’re vacationing in Western Oklahoma when you spend your “Best Summer Ever” right off Route 66. Along with activities like hiking, biking, disc-golfing, horseback riding and fishing, Foss State Park features five palapas – thatched roof structures that lend Sunset Beach a tropical, postcard-like feel.

Gloss Mountain State Park

Hike up Cathedral Mountain and peer out to miles of prairie as far as the eye can see with this unique spin on your “Best Summer Ever.” You’ll find yourself amazed by the native red dirt, shiny Selenite gypsum and surrounding geological formations during your climb.

Grand Lake State Park: Bernice

Though it’s known as the "Crappie Capital of the World," the Bernice area at Grand Lake State Park offers fishing for largemouth bass, sunfish, white bass, channel catfish and bluegill. If you’re searching for something the whole family can enjoy, check out the two playgrounds, a swimming beach, a nature center, a wildlife feeding area and two wildlife watch towers throughout the park.

Grand Lake State Park: Cherokee

Getaway to the shores of one of Oklahoma’s largest lakes with a "Best Summer Ever" trip to Grand Lake State Park’s Cherokee area. Enjoy outdoor adventures like camping, swimming and water sports, or even golf nine holes set against the backdrop of Pensacola Dam – the largest multiple arch dam in the world.

Grand Lake State Park: Disney

Located by the flood gates of the Pensacola Dam, the Disney Area at Grand Lake State Park is known for bass fishing and water sports. Primitive tent campsites rest between the trees and Grand Lake, making it a great place to relax for your “Best Summer Ever.”

Grand Lake State Park: Honey Creek

Over 38-acres of park and 1,300-miles of shoreline are waiting to be explored at Grand Lake State Park’s Honey Creek area. This “Best Summer Ever” destination is great for bass, catfish, bluegill, spoonbill and crappie fishing, along with paddle boating, picnicking and many other exciting activities.

Grand Lake State Park: Little Blue

If your “Best Summer Ever” consists of off-roading, check out the spillways next to Grand Lake State Park’s Little Blue area. These five miles of trails and jagged rocks are popular for climbing and trail-riding with high-performance jeeps, trucks and all-terrain vehicles.

Grand Lake State Park: Spavinaw

Embark on your “Best Summer Ever” with the help of Grand Lake State Park’s Spavinaw area – home to Oklahoma’s first man-made lake. Spavinaw offers a quiet respite of clean turquoise water and looming Dogwood trees as you fish the spillway for channel catfish, crappie, large and smallmouth bass, sunfish, spotted bass, walleye and white bass.

Grand Lake State Park: Twin Bridges

The Twin Bridges Area at Grand Lake State Park is known for its quiet country atmosphere and excellent fishing for trophy-sized bass, catfish, bluegill and spoonbill. Lighted boat ramps, picnic areas, RV and tent campgrounds, snacks, lake huts, playgrounds, volleyball court and horseshoe pits are available to help your quest to have the “Best Summer Ever.”

Great Plains State Park

Nestled near the Wichita Mountains is Great Plains State Park, which is ground zero for “Best Summer Ever” adventure seekers. The rough, rocky foothills provide miles of mountain biking trails and plenty of boulder hopping opportunities for rock climbers alike.

Greenleaf State Park

Tucked away in the hills of eastern Oklahoma, Greenleaf State Park offers cabins, campgrounds, family recreation facilities and nature hiking trails among the surrounding spectacular scenery. Be sure to visit the splash pad and miniature golf course before enjoying the swim area, amphitheater, discovery center, hiking trails, volleyball courts and basketball courts during your “Best Summer Ever” adventures.

Keystone State Park

For an action-packed time, load up the family in your own boat, or rent one and cruise onto the picturesque Keystone Lake as way to celebrate your “Best Summer Ever.” Those who want to stay on land can explore around the lake’s edges or watch for birds and other wildlife among the trees and hills of Oklahoma's Green Country. 

Lake Eufaula State Park

Situated on Lake Eufaula, a 102,000 acre reservoir, visitors can enjoy many activities on land and water throughout this Eastern state park. Make it your own “Best Summer Ever” experience by observing diverse wildlife on hiking trails, playing a round of disc golf, swimming, fishing or staying overnight in one of the park’s three yurts.

Lake Murray State Park

Lake Murray State Park is Oklahoma's first and largest state park, making it a must stop on your Best Summer Ever” list. Rent a modern lodge room, a floating cabin, an RV spot or tent campsite before wandering 12,500 acres of forested, rolling hills around beautiful Lake Murray.

Lake Texoma State Park

The “Best Summer Ever” is waiting for you to arrive at Lake Texoma State Park, Oklahoma’s second-largest lake and one of the premier striped bass hot spots in the Southwest. Besides fishing and a myriad of watersports, Lake Texoma State Park offers swimming, camping, picnic areas, wildlife viewing opportunities and hiking. 

Lake Thunderbird State Park

Set sail on your “Best Summer Ever” at Lake Thunderbird State Park. An archery range, sailing lessons, swimming coves, equestrian trails and mountain biking are just a few of the activities you can try at this centrally-located state park.

Lake Wister State Park

Lake Wister State Park offers a picturesque getaway for campers along the scenic shoreline of Wister Lake. Head out on the water for abundant fishing or take the kids to the miniature golf course or playgrounds located on-site. Wildlife watchers and hunters will think it's the "Best Summer Ever" while enjoying the beautiful Wister Wildlife Management Area home to deer, ducks and rabbits.

Little Sahara State Park

A unique "Best Summer Ever" getaway awaits you in Oklahoma’s mini desert at Little Sahara State Park. Home to over 1,600 acres of sand dunes, Little Sahara offers unique activities like dune buggy and ATV riding.

McGee Creek State Park

Enjoy incredible hiking and lake fishing along the 64 miles of shoreline during your "Best Summer Ever" at McGee Creek State Park. The McGee Creek Reservoir is the perfect place for fishing, boating and other water recreation activities. Enjoy horseback riding through equestrian trails or head into the dense surrounding forest to spot wildlife like dove, rabbit and turkey.

Natural Falls State Park

With the aid of Natural Falls State Park, your “Best Summer Ever” can look like scenes of the 1974 movie, “Where the Red Fern Grows.” Nestled in the Ozark Highlands, Natural Falls features a stunning 77-ft waterfall cascading down to a hidden, serene valley. Stay overnight in nearby yurts and wake up to sounds of the dense forest coming alive next to the trickling water.

Osage Hills State Park

Spend your “Best Summer Ever” surrounded by the natural beauty of Osage Hills State Park. With rocky bluffs, serene waters and lush forests Osage Hills State Park provides the perfect setting for camping, mountain biking, hiking and fishing.

Quartz Mountain State Park

As the gateway to the Wichita Mountains, Quartz Mountain State Park offers incredible views and plenty of activities for your "Best Summer Ever." Enjoy a world-class stay in the Quartz Mountain State Park Lodge while you're participating in the Oklahoma Arts Institute or just visiting to rock climb, mountain bike or hike throughout the park.

Raymond Gary State Park

Named after Oklahoma's 15th governor, Raymond Gary State Park is a tranquil "Best Summer Ever" getaway in Southeast Oklahoma. This peaceful retreat RV and tent camp sites, cabins and picnic areas. You can also enjoy fishing, boating and swimming in scenic Lake Raymond Gary.

Robbers Cave State Park

The Sans Bois mountains were the perfect hideout for legendary outlaws Belle Starr and Jesse James, and can be the perfect spot for your “Best Summer Ever” too. Stay in rustic cabins, yurts or even a covered wagon before you explore all the lakes, hills, woods and trails Robbers Cave State Park has to offer.

Roman Nose State Park

Roman Nose State Park, named after a Cheyenne chief, is one of the original seven Oklahoma state parks. Visitors will find a plethora of outdoor activities – including 18-hole golf course, hiking trails, seasonal trout fishing and horseback riding. Extend your "Best Summer Ever" with overnight lodging options like lodge rooms, cabins and camping facilities.

Salt Plains State Park

Located in Northwest Oklahoma, Salt Plains State Park and the adjoining wildlife refuge offers a unique combination of crystal digging, birdwatching, outdoor activities and natural beauty, making it an ideal destination for nature enthusiasts and those seeking the "Best Summer Ever" experience in Oklahoma.

Sequoyah State Park

Nestled on a peninsula within Fort Gibson Lake, Sequoyah State Park is a haven for water lovers and outdoor enthusiasts seeking their "Best Summer Ever." Riding stables, a nature center, 18-hole golf course and marina ensure there is something for everyone at the park, while the updated lodge provides a peaceful night’s rest along with top-notch amenities.

Sequoyah Bay State Park

Enjoy thrilling water activities and create "Best Summer Ever" memories at Sequoyah Bay State Park. Spend the day boating, swimming or fishing in Fort Gibson Lake, then sleep under the stars at a tent or RV campsite.

Talimena State Park

Talimena State Park marks the Oklahoma entrance to the Talimena National Scenic Drive – a renowned foilage hotspot. With Ouachita National Forest hiking trails that begin at the park, it's no secret why you should explore this captivating area on foot during your "Best Summer Ever."

Tenkiller State Park

Known as Oklahoma's “Heaven in the Hills,” Tenkiller State Park offers water enthusiasts an abundance of "Best Summer Ever" recreational opportunities, including diving through a sunken airplane fuselage and school bus within the Tenkiller Scuba Park. Back on land, the park delights visitors with a nature center, cabins and plentiful trails - including a handicap-accessible paved trail.