With lakes, rivers, mountains, wetlands, and open plains, Oklahoma makes for an ideal camping destination. The state’s park system helps highlight the diverse landscapes found in the region, and many parks offer campgrounds featuring amenities, activities, and spacious sites.
Here are a few parks to consider when camping in Oklahoma.
Arrowhead State Park. This park features a large RV campground with full hookups and a fire ring, picnic table, and grill at each site. The park also offers water recreation, hiking trails, and an on-site 18-hole golf course.
Beavers Bend State Park. RV campsites are nestled in the trees at this park, offering picturesque views and plenty of shade. Featuring partial hookups and paved pads, this is the perfect basecamp for enjoying a multitude of outdoor activities, ranging from hiking and biking to swimming and golfing.
Natural Falls State Park. The RV campground at Natural Falls offers paved, level sites with full or partial hookups, a dump station, playground, restrooms, gift shops, and more. Be sure to hike to the park’s 77-foot waterfall while you’re here.
Robbers Cave State Park. With more than 8,000 acres of land, this park is known for its many caves used as hideouts by outlaws like Jesse James and Belle Star. Campsites are spread throughout the park and offer partial and full hookups.