The 55 acre park, home of a Runestone believed to have been made between 600 and 800 AD, features picnic areas, hiking trails, playground, scenic overlook with great sunsets, waterfall when the climate is right. Located just outside of town you get the wilderness feel but still just a few minutes from a store in case you forget something. Call for more details 9186532241
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
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2 person Hammock
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Water hose available for RV site
Extension cord availble for use during stay. Not available at all sites
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Open space for kites
Natural features you'll find at Heavener Runestone Park- RV Site in Oklahoma.
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This is a very peaceful area I can highly recommend for small campers or tent campers. A lot of people dont know that this is a hang gliding and para gliding site that once hosted the national championships. Frequently on weekends there could be as many as 25 gliders sharing the sky at a time. I will be back and soon.
Amanda was very friendly and helpful. The campground had beautiful views of the valley as well as clean, shaded hiking trails to and around the runes. This is a great place to stay and enjoy some peace and quiet.
Stunning adventure into the past
I really enjoyed our stay at the Heavener Runestone Park. It was a quiet 3 night stay with our tear-drop and pups at the pavilion with water and electricity. The staff was super friendly and attentive to our needs. This is a beautiful older pine and oak forest Park with stunning views of the surrounding town far below. The rune stone is a nice hike deep into the heart of the forest. It is very cool! We will return to this park again! Don't forget to check out the souvenir shop.
Beautiful views. quiet camps
Older state park style camp. Beautiful vista views to the south and east for 30-40 miles. Lots of area to camp, hike and walk with ample parking and good playground areas for the kiddos.
Dated facility with some modernization (main bathrooms) and some under construction ( men’s showers). Womens showers are mostly done and when the men’s are completed they should be fine, just not done yet.
Some water line issues present so some water spigots were inoperable, but not all.
The rune-stone area is very cool area to hike but might be a bit much for some folks. I went here in the 70’s as a kid and it’s been revamped with a nice housing for the stone now. A family of buzzards are nesting presently so a bonus!
Management very hands on and responsive to all concerns.
Campground is operated by a nonprofit and we suggest people go check out this area and donate to the foundation to help support their financing some of the projects they are working on to make improvements.
Gem of a park!
We loved our visit to the Heavener Runestone Park! Everyone was very nice and helpful. The facilities were nice and clean and we loved hiking on the trails. We recommend visiting!
Quiet and quaint
Small park. Once a State park but now a not-for-profit City Park. Loads of tent camping sites, and a couple of RV sites. Nice folks who run it. Decent facilities. Good trails. Also ideal for day-use visitors.
Beautiful park, peaceful, helpful s
This is a great park with a beautiful view of the valleys below. The park, trails and buildings are reminiscent of WPA/CCC projects, although they were only built in the 1970 time frame. The staff were extremely helpful at every turn and quick to respond with information or assistance. There were quite a few tent campers while we were there, but this park provides a lot of privacy to all campers yet still gives excellent views. It was very peaceful the nights we stayed as well, with no loud campers.
We stayed in an RV spot which had water and 50amp, but no waste. Both the spigot and the electric required about 40ft of hose/cord to connect to our trailer, although we were parked about as close as possible to them, so be prepared. There was also a septic tank near the water spigot that could have been used, but it too would have required about 40ft of sewer hose (most Rhino hoses are either 15 or 20ft).
The park did let us borrow some extra water hose as well as a 50to30amp adapter and extension cord.