Get a sense of the natural allure of Oklahoma by visiting one of our 32 state parks. In addition to relaxing in the beautiful surroundings - lakes, mountains, sand dunes, and forests - you can hike, bike, fish or participate in organized park activities. Then rest in a comfortable lodge or cabin, or camp in your own tent or RV. Take a look at the Oklahoma Fishing Guide [here](http://d1pk12b7bb81je.cloudfront.net/files/guides/2016_fishing_guide.pdf)
Find the perfect outdoor adventure to get you off the couch and into the great outdoors at any of the 32 diverse Oklahoma State Parks. Go hiking at Roman Nose State Park or boulder hopping and climbing at Robbers Cave State Park. Bring your own dune buggy or rent an ATV and fly over the dunes at Little Sahara State Park or grab your wet suit and have a scuba adventure in Lake Tenkiller's dive park.
Take a guided cave tour at Alabaster Caverns State Park or enjoy your own wild caving experience at the park. Reel in trophy stripers at Lake Texoma State Park or cast for trout in the Mountain Fork River at Beavers Bend State Park. Enjoy boating and every imaginable water sport at Lake Murray State Park and then visit the unique Tucker Tower Nature Center in the park. Hike down to enjoy the view of Natural Falls State Park or up to the top of Black Mesa, Oklahoma's highest point. Whatever outdoor interest you may pursue, Oklahoma state parks have plenty for you to enjoy.
There are several ways to plan your Oklahoma State Park getaway. Use the booking link in the upper right corner to reserve a lodge room, cabin or golf course tee time at selected parks. Click on the State Parks photo icon below to browse all state parks or click here to find **[state parks with lodges](http://www.travelok.com/listings/sid.1/tag.Lodges/seed.899302/)** or **[state parks with cabins](http://www.travelok.com/listings/sid.1?filters=aa257)** or a list of **[state parks with RV camping](http://www.travelok.com/listings/filters.sto26/sid.9/sort./show.10/seed.93723/page.1/search.rv)**. Click on the view a map link on the right to view all of the state park locations on a map so you can find the perfect location. Already know which park you're looking for? Just enter the name in the site search box in the upper right corner of the page. Or, explore our photo and video galleries on the right to find the landscape that is perfectly suited for your outdoor adventure.
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Start 2023 off on the right foot with a rewarding hike through one of Oklahoma's scenic state parks. Get a head start on those fitness resolutions, embark on a guided nature-watching adventure, or simply enjoy the crisp January air with friends and family.
Travelers looking for something different at Oklahoma State Parks are in for a treat with these novelty lodging options. Roman Nose, Robbers Cave and more parks across the state offer varied types of unconventional stays including yurts, teepees and tiny cabins. Reserve your spot and make your stay as unique as the landscape you’re exploring.