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The 20 best camping spots in Oklahoma.

Get rooted in nature while camping among Oklahoma’s lakes, rivers, mountains, and plains, and learning about the native traditions that permeate the area.

Buffalo Dream Camping
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1. Buffalo Dream Camping

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We have several primitive private camping spots on this parcel (and four other parcels). Arrive, assess, and pick your spot. Ponds, creek and...

Shawn
Shawn: We stayed two nights at the ranch over Memorial Day weekend and had a wonderful time. Chris and Claire were excellent hosts...
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Elm Point Campground

2. Elm Point Campground

Marco Polo for breakfast anyone? Elm Point’s 13 premium sites sit at the northernmost tip of Eisenhower State Park, and are the nearest sites to...

Andrew
Andrew: Lots of great wooded sites with fire pits and picknick tables. Make sure to bring your own firewood if you can. Hike down the...
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From level plains and serene lakes to mountain ranges dense with pine forests, camping in Oklahoma is all about variety. Just off Highway 50 in the Northern area of the state you can stop by Alabaster Caverns State Park to explore the world’s largest publicly accessible natural gypsum cave. Animal lovers will want to visit Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, where prairie dogs, Read more...
From level plains and serene lakes to mountain ranges dense with pine forests, camping in Oklahoma is all about variety. Just off Highway 50 in the Northern area of the state you can stop by Alabaster Caverns State Park to explore the world’s largest publicly accessible natural gypsum cave. Animal lovers will want to visit Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, where prairie dogs, elk, deer, bison, and longhorn cattle roam freely. Spend a warm summer weekend exploring the stunning tide pools and streams of Chickasaw National Recreation Area and immersing yourself in the history and culture of the Chickasaw Tribe at Chickasaw Cultural Center. Nearby, Turner Falls is quite the sight to see and photograph. Wherever you camp, you won’t be far from the spirit and traditions of Native American culture, as nearly 67 tribes have called Oklahoma home.
Overflow Campground

3. Overflow Campground

First come, first served! The overflow campground area is a great option, as it sits between Elm Point (designated swimming) and Fossil Ridge...

Fossil Ridge Campground

4. Fossil Ridge Campground

If the best part of waking up is a cup of coffee and fishing at 4am, then grab a site in the Fossil Ridge Campground! This developed set of sites...

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Decorate for the holidays with ease in Oklahoma, where Mistletoe is the official state flower.
Mesa Campground

5. Mesa Campground

After spelunking in the caves of Alabaster Caverns State Park why would you want to stop the fun? Camp for a few nights in the park so your wild...

Arrowhead Campground

6. Arrowhead Campground

When you visit Lake Eufaula, the largest lake in Oklahoma, you are definitely going to need a few days or more to see it all. Stay at Turkey Flat...

Visit Cimarron County in the Oklahoma Panhandle to adventure within the only county in the U.S. that touches four other states.
Hickory Campground

7. Hickory Campground

Think Oklahoma is flat as a pancake? Think again! Beavers Bend & Hochatown State Campground is nestled between Broken Bow Lake and the shores...

The spirit and traditions of Native Americans permeate Oklahoma, where 67 tribes have called home.
Elm Campground

9. Elm Campground

Andrew
Andrew: stayed here feb25-26, right on the river, loved it! area was very busy but there was plenty of camp sites!
Your sweet tooth can thank the Mistletoe Troop in Muskogee Oklahoma for selling the first Girl Scout Cookies in 1917 as a service project.
Bernice Campground

15. Bernice Campground

Oklahoma is more than just OK, but Bernice Campground in Bernice State Park—the “Crappie Capital of the World”—is anything but crappy! All you need...

Black Mesa Campground

16. Black Mesa Campground

Once you go Black Mesa, you’ll never look back. With some of the darkest skies in the country for unparalleled stargazing, and some of the...

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Boggy Depot Campground

17. Boggy Depot Campground

Prepare to be greeted with a friendly smile and “hallito!” when you enter Boggy Depot Campground, an invigorating getaway now run by the Chickasaw...

Brushy Lake Campground

18. Brushy Lake Campground

If you’re looking to take a chill pill, Brushy Lake Campground is just what the doctor ordered. This secluded site is surrounded by the towering...

Cherokee Landing Campground

19. Cherokee Landing Campground

When you need to “get away from it all”, but just plain don’t have the time to drive hours on end to find a tiny slice of wilderness, it’s nice to...

Riverside Campground

20. Riverside Campground

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of looking out over a body of water and enjoying the breeze on your face, smelling the mineral footprint of...