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Camping in Oklahoma

Cowboy culture and pioneer history converge at the crossroads of the South, Southwest, and Midwest.

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12 top campgrounds in Oklahoma

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Three Ponds Community

6 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Sand Springs, OK
Three Ponds Community is a small mindful yoga community of friends. We have two families living on the land with one more in her tiny home. Joe and Hailey also own and manage Be Love Yoga Studio in Tulsa and Jenks and operate the Big Om Yoga Retreat. We tend the garden year round and have a small farm of animals that include goats, chickens, ducks, pigs, a goose, and 2 miniature donkeys. We are excited to share our little piece of heaven with you. Nearby (drive time): -Keystone Lake (10 minutes) -Big Al's Convenience Store (5 minutes) -Keystone Ancient Forest (6 minutes) -Downtown Tulsa (25 minutes) -City of Sand Springs (15 minutes) -Osage Forest of Peace (15 minutes) Follow our socials: (@)threepondscommunity on Facebook, Instagram, or Tiktok.
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Heavener Runestone Park

17 sites · RVs, Tents55 acres · OK
This 55 acre park is home of a large sandstone that contains 8 markings believed to have been made by Vikings many years ago. The park features a seasonal waterfall, covered picnic areas, playground, amphitheater with seating, community building, scenic views, gift shop and approximately 2 miles of nature trails. Be advised that most tent sites have a tent pad but a few are primitive. The RV sites are not typical with limited hook-ups and no dump station. Restroom and shower facilities are located within the park. Forest setting while still close to stores in case of forgotten items but the gift shop is stocked with camping supplies, as well. Variety of small wildlife in the area. All sites allow campfires UNLESS we are under a county wide burn ban. *Note moderate cancellation policy for most dates - full refund 3 days before check-in time. April 5 - 11, 2024 there is a strict cancellation policy - full refund within 30 days of check-in.
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Happy Place Cabins

7 sites · Lodging3 acres · Broken Bow, OK
Our stunning tiny homes have a spacious deck featuring a secluded soaking tub. The roof top deck lights up beautifully at night and features a double egg chair and putting green. Perfect to stargaze or enjoy morning coffee. Inside boasts custom shiplap walls, comfy queen bed, full-size custom tiled shower, tv and a tiny kitchen with Keurig, microwave and tiny fridge. Located in the heart of Hochatown close to Broken Bow Lake and the activities and restaurants around it.
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Glampin' In Style - Broken Bow

5 sites · Lodging2 acres · Broken Bow, OK
The Beaver's Bend State Park is within minutes, as it the Broken Bow Lake. We have owned our property for 12 years, and decided to buy in Hochatown because we had been camping in this area for over 28 years. This area brings us joy, love, peace, tranquility, and seclusion. We love the nature, the water, animals, and sunshine. We even love the rain! Beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Our little piece of Heaven on Earth. We are also close to all of the Hochatown events, eateries, wineries, & breweries. You can go golfing, swimming, get lost in a "secret room" or get a massage, within a 5 minute drive of our location. Grab your pillow, towels, swimsuits, toiletries and come on to Broken Bow Lake (2 miles) or Beaver's Bend State Park (5 miles) and enjoy the great outdoors, in style!
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Eagle Mountain View Campground

8 sites · Tents15 acres · Westport, OK
Learn more about this land: Eagle Mountain View Campground is located near beautiful Lake Keystone Mannford, OK. Enjoy this secluded park that is nestled in peaceful river bottom land with views of ridges, wildlife and our sacred eagles flying overhead. Choose from open spaces or camp in the trees and hang out in your hammock! We have woods, fields, walking trails, disc golf and plenty of quiet nature to enjoy. Lake life, including boating and restaurants, is only 3 miles away.
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Spencer Cove

2 sites · RVs5 acres · Spencer, OK
Learn more about this land:3 acres of dense woods and large cleared area hidden from the main road. You will have access to the property through a gated entrance of N Post rd. When i am home you may have access to facilities.
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Westmuckett Homestead

10 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Yale, OK
Welcome to our little slice of heaven, 30 acres of natural prairie nestled on the highest point in the county overlooking the surrounding Twin Mounds valley. Like most of us, we were in desperate need of a place to get away from the bustle of daily life, slow down, and decompress, and the land gave us just that! We are so excited to share this place with others who share our passion of the outdoors and feel that breath of the wild. Interestingly, each year we find out more about our home, from its Native American prehistory of being a ceremonial grounds, to its 19th century cival war conflict, and most recently, a lost article published in the 1940s in the local Oklahoman gazette that talks about burried treasure! Our sites offer lots of open space and are private and seculded from each other. We offer maintained camping sites which are closer to the main entrance and are easily accessible with standard vehicles as well as more our more natural habitat spots that are further into the back pasture. We have easy access to two main highways with the nearest Walmart 10 minutes away. Good cell phone coverage for all the main providers at most locations on the property. Learn more about this land: Come get away and enjoy 30 acres of space and solitude. We have beautiful views of the surrounding valley where our sites are secluded and private, it is the perfect place to break away from the daily grind. History surrounds you, located between the "Twin mounds " ( Battle of Round Mountain Nov. 19, 1861) our campsite is the highest elevation in Payne county. Most of the land is rolling natural prairie grasses and evergreen cedars. We are a great location if you enjoy hunkering down for the day or hiking around trails. Each individual site is unique and has plenty of character along with space to play, spread out, and relax. We welcome all pets! Large groups and family outings are also welcome. Our campsite is open through out the year, same day bookings or extended stays-Whatever your schedule we would be happy to have you. See you soon in the great Outdoors! *******[Good cell phone coverage for all the main providers at most locations on the property. For roadtrippers passing through Oklahoma we offer easy access to main state highways and plenty of secure places to park and sleep for the night. Access to I -35 (30 mins), access to I-40 (60 mins). Fishing and Lakes near by. We are located between Tulsa and Stillwater on Highway 51]
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Rockin K Farms Spring Creek

27 sites · RVs, Tents10 acres · Tahlequah, OK
This property is 10 acres that has a Crystal Clear Spring Fed Creek on it. We own both sides of the creek. The creek is a cool refreshing crystal Clear and peaceful place. Great place to takes in the beautiful and get one with nature. The creek changes with ever flood. At this time we have 1 big swimming hole to swim in. There are small mouth bass and if you want to try your hand at catching crawdads they are a plenty. May 1st we require a 2 night minimum for the weekends.
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Sams Town

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · Erick, OK
SAMS TOWN is a one-of-a-kind, rustic hangout and pit stop put together by Samuel Hagen, an artist and landscape photographer. He used all sorts of reclaimed materials and rescued nostalgic artifacts that give it a unique vibe, celebrating the good ol' days and a desire to reignite community spirit. Right on Route 66, in Erick, OK, this spot mixes up some classic Americana feels with a chill roadside rest or an overnight stay. If you're on the road and want a stop that's anything but ordinary, this is it! Come visit or stay at one of our campsites or one of our unique accommodations: 100-year old One-Room School House 7-Ricks Loft Cabin House of Many Colors The Log Cabin built for $7 We welcome: Bicycles: Individual or groups Campers: looking to pitch a tent or rent a rustic cabin. (some have more amenities than others Hunters: Looking for a low-key place to chill out after a long day Travelers: Anyone looking for a unique place to stay halfway between Oklahoma City and Amarillo Texas Anyone needing a rest stop, come sit a spell, or stay awhile. Pets are welcome as long as they are kept on a leash while outside and cleaned up after. We have rabbits, chickens, and a turkey who roam the property, freely. We also have our mascot, Patsy, a lovely little terrier mix who will always be with Sam, our on-site host and creator of SAMS TOWN.
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Chivalry Friesians Ranch

15 sites · RVs, Tents170 acres · OK
Chivalry Friesians Horse Ranch has been here for 13 years and lays over 170 acres. There's five stocked ponds. The land is very pretty with lots of wildlife. Horses run on the land. Johnny Park was named after John Brewer, a relative that designed and built a park after he bought this land. Spring and summer are the prettiest times to visit.Learn more about this land:Pitch your tent at Johnny Park. Has a nature trail, stocked pond, shack, fire ring, great for relaxation. Drive ATV 170 acres to explore. Lots of wildlife for people to see. Come to main house for fresh vegetables at certain time of year. Possibility of hen laid eggs. Beef and sausage available to purchase. Any berry on campsite areas eat at will. Also horses run the whole property.
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Hadley Lake

11 sites · RVs, Tents30 acres · Stillwater, OK
Learn more about this land:Take a look at our Facebook page to see photos of the property, hadleylake.com will take you there. We offer catch and release fishing in the pond along with walking trails marked by the mowed pathways. Use the outdoor faucets on the house for water. The fire pit surrounded by rocks is located near the picnic tables under the trees by the pond next to the log cabin house.
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Hippie Hill

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Medicine Park, OK
We are a quarter mile from the entrance to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. Our nine groomed campsites are located on a hill behind our cafe with amazing views of Mt Scott and hiking trails connected. We also offer our wall tent nsite amed "Zion" which has a wooden deck, and a framed in Queen size bed. Fully furnished, super cozy and very romantic, this glamping option will not disappoint. For day rentals, check out our "Hippie Huts"! These clear geo domes seat up to 10 and are perfect for star gazing, sipping and dining. Choose this option for special occassions, date night, tea parties, holiday gatherings and more. Currently, we do not have outside bathroom or shower facilities, however all campers are permitted to use our cafe bathrooms during regular business hours. We have future plans for an eco friendly outhouse and shower.
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Camping in Oklahoma guide

Overview

Set in the Great Plains region of the United States, in Oklahoma you'll find camping opportunities among sweeping grasslands, quiet forests, waterfalls, and an abundance of lakes. Much of the state’s expansive natural areas are protected by the state park system, and Oklahoma also has the longest drivable stretch of the famous Route 66, which passes by all sorts of roadside attractions and historic towns, crossing through the state's two major cities—Tulsa and Oklahoma City—along the way.

Where to go

Western Oklahoma

Characterized by diverse landscapes, western Oklahoma’s popular spots include Little Sahara State Park, which features desert-like dunes popular for off-roading, and Alabaster Caverns State Park, where visitors can explore one of the largest natural gypsum caves on earth. You can even go digging for selenite crystals in the Salt Plains National Wildlife Refuge or go rappelling in the Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park.

Central and South-Central Oklahoma

In the center of the state, Oklahoma City is a great place to get your bearings, with all sorts of museums. A number of lakes are set around town, including Lake Thunderbird State Park, which offers boating, swimming, and camping just a short drive out. If you're headed toward Tulsa, make a pitstop in the town of Chandler, where you can learn about regional history at the Chandler Route 66 Interpretive Center or the Lincoln County Museum of Pioneer History. If you’d rather just play outside, Turner Falls Park and the Chickasaw National Recreation Area in the Arbuckle Mountains offer scenery and camping options.

Northeastern Oklahoma

Oklahoma's northeastern region is characterized by cute towns and numerous Route 66 roadside attractions, not to mention lots of lovely lakes. Lake Tenkiller, Keystone Lake, Grand Lake, and Lake Eufaula all offer plenty of opportunities for watersports and outdoor recreation.

Southeastern Oklahoma

Oklahoma's southeast is all about scenery, with nine state parks and plenty of forest land to get out and explore. The region is home to Antlers, the so-called "Deer Capital of the World," where you can learn about the creatures at the Wildlife Heritage Center Museum. If visiting in fall, make sure to take a drive along the 54-mile Talimena National Scenic Byway, which offers opportunities to check out fall colors. Popular camping areas along the way can be found in the Ouachita National Forest, Talimena State Park, Broken Bend State Park, and the Cedar Lake Recreation Area.

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