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.
Pitch a tent and camp out under the Oklahoma stars for a back-to-nature escape. Build lasting memories on a family camping trip while roasting weenies, toasting marshmallows and telling stories around the campfire.
Oklahoma's 35 diverse state parks offer plenty of camping opportunities in pristine wilderness areas ranging from pine-forested mountains to sand dunes and lakes that dot the prairies. From hiking to rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing and birding, Oklahoma has recreation areas for every outdoor enthusiast and quiet camping spots abound here.