Our Covered wagon sets back in the mountains of Oklahoma, overlook is most Beautiful! Sleeps up to 8 people, everything you would expect a camp to have. Horseback riding is available (must make reservations), hiking trails around the top of the cave make for amazing views. It's known as the Robbers Cave. We like to call this our cowboy camp so Remember this is very primitiv
Our Covered wagon sets back in the mountains of Oklahoma, overlook is most Beautiful! Sleeps up to 8 people, everything you would expect a camp to have. Horseback riding is available (must make reservations), hiking trails around the top of the cave make for amazing views. It's known as the Robbers Cave. We like to call this our cowboy camp so Remember this is very primitive! There is no running water, and you will have to use a real outhouse! The horses are turned out at night in the lower pasture but can’t get into camp. The view is amazing! We do have two gates you will have to go through to get to camp. Also, remember to keep your food and trash put up so the critters won’t get into it! Thank y’all for choosing us! You will need to bring a sleeping bag, water, and cooking supplies !! SORRY, NO PETS! You must Check-In Between 1 PM-5 PM please make arrangements if you are going to be later than 5 pm. Thanks, RCS
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
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Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We offer horseback riding to the covered wagon we also offer horseback riding to the cave reservations are required .
Trails only must have your own ATV
Rock climbing at the cave this is available on your own only
Natural features you'll find at Old Covered Wagon Camp in Oklahoma.
Cave has known to be the hideout for the outlaws Belle Starr and Jesse James
Beautiful trails running all through the rocks and trees and hills
Places to see near Robbers Cave Stables
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Excellent daughter-father trip!
Another fun stay for our daughter-father horse and camping trip! Glenn, Misty and family are gracious hosts. The site is outfitted with a kitchen shed now, making it easy to prepare meals and close food to the critters. We’ll be back again
#1 family camping spot - secluded
Robbers cave was perfect. I have been camping my whole life (growing up in colorado), and it is hard to find such a place. It is secluded yet easy to drive up to with whatever vehicle you have. It has every amenity you can ask for and the hosts (Misty and Glenn) are the best hosts I have come across. They live on the property and answer texts right away and are there within minutes to fix any issues or deliver wood etc. They are extremely attentive. Like a personal concierge on a camping trip. The spot itself is amazing. The wagon sleeps 8 and and has 2 heaters hooked up to a generator off in the distance so its not loud. It got to 30 degrees both nights and we were cozy in there. There are about 3 large picnic table scattered about. 1 large fire ring over looking the valley and horse pasture/barn. and a separate fire ring decked out with campfire cooking equipment. Outdoor kitchen stocked to the 9's with grills utensils lanterns skillets etc. A very clean outhouse not far off and a heated outdoor shower near that. Hiking trails all around and surrounded by forest. This place really is unique and highly recommend. We will be back every year for the foreseeable future.
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Glen's place is a hidden gem. The site is beautiful and well thought out. He had an indoor kitchen with a gas grill that came in handy for our windy days. The outhouse was clean and the shower was hot. We paid for the generator so we had heat for our cold nights. Glen was a very attentive host and checked in a few times. I also highly recommend visiting the stable and riding horses. During the evening, the horses graze in the pasture near the wagon and it's truly special. We cant wait to return and bring our friends with us! You wont regret booking this site.
We loved every aspect about camping here. We were expecting no amenities and there was everything we could have needed or wanted. We decided to stay in our tent but there are actual beds in the stagecoach and hut. Loved how close we were to hike and go to the river.
This is a great spot in the park especially if you love horses and are going to ride. It’s so close to the stable but private and away from the crowds. Cooking on the fire was fun. One has a grill and bar with hooks to hang pots and pans over the fire. The beds in the basic wagon are comfortable and this is a great value place for a group. There were just two of us and full price was a bit steep but the experience good. Friendly and helpful folks. The warm shower and air conditioning were great and much needed in the summer heat.
A slice of heaven here on earth
We’ve stayed at several hip camps and this camp site was the best by far. The property itself is a stunning setting within the state park. The views are magical. There is so much attention to detail in the campsite itself. We especially liked that there was a large campfire already waiting for us upon arrival. We made use of the s’mores sticks and some of the campfire cooking tools provided. In the morning we hiked all through the trails on the property that connect to the state park. We only passed one other person during our hike. The owner, Glen, is very friendly and genuine. We are very thankful he shares this slice of heaven with the world.
The Old Covered Wagon site is the absolute best site we have experienced on Hipcamp! It is perfect for families and it set up with almost anything you could need.
The site is secluded, back on the top of a hill, overlooking a horse pasture. It’s just the most relaxing place to wake up!
The wagon has 8 bunks, with two of them pushed together to make a Queen-ish sized bed. The beds are comfy—bring a sleeping bag and a pillow and you’re all set! The wagon is cozy and stayed waterproof for us with an overnight rain. There are a couple of air conditioners inside, we did not test them out, but it is an option.
There’s a covered picnic table and a second open-air table. There are three fire pits, each with different cooking options, as well as a big barbecue, so perfect for however you like to cook. There’s a great old fashioned swing next to one of the fire pits—the perfect s’mores spot! There’s also a hammock set up that’s big enough for two.
There’s also an outhouse and a shower stall off to the side. We didn’t test the showers, but it was so nice to camp in a site with an outhouse. There was also plenty of firewood around.
The site is really close to the Robbers Cave State Park, which has excellent hiking and climbing! Our horseback ride got rained out, but we’re looking forward to going back to this site and trying that next time!