This site has a 25ft Max length for pop ups, trailers and RVs. It is right in the trees with the tent sites but offers a cement slab, 30 amp hook up and a covered pavilion. This site also features a grill, picnic table and fire ring. The site doesnt have water but there is water nearby. This site is not designed for tents. Works great for small pop up campers, truck set ups
This site has a 25ft Max length for pop ups, trailers and RVs. It is right in the trees with the tent sites but offers a cement slab, 30 amp hook up and a covered pavilion. This site also features a grill, picnic table and fire ring. The site doesnt have water but there is water nearby. This site is not designed for tents. Works great for small pop up campers, truck set ups and 25 ft max travel trailers.
- 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
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Takes the basic jenga game to a new level
Viking game available to entertain while camping
2 person Hammock
We rent out 2 person Bear Butt hammocks with weight limit of 500 lbs.
4 ft folding table
4 ft. long folding table. Lifetime brand.
Water hose available for RV site
Start your trip off right with a bundle of firewood waiting for you at your c...Read more
Corn Hole Game
Corn Hole Game to rent for your stay
Extension cord availble for use during stay. Not available at all sites
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We do have space at the overlook for bicycles but do not have any bike trails in the park.
Nearby Lake Wister and Cedar Lake
Nearby Lake Wister, Cedar Lake and Long Lake resort. offers day passes for fishing, kayaking and other activities.
W have a little over 2 miles of trails in the park. Nearby Cedar lake has 3 miles as well as a trail head for the Ouachita trai...Read more
Nearby Cedar Lake Equestrian Area
Open space for kites
We dont allow ATVs in the park but there are trails nearby for riding
Nearby Cedar Lake, Lake Wister and Long Lake Resort, Public pool just 15 minutes away in Poteau.
Park has a variety of smaller animals such as squirrels, chipmunks, lizards, skinks and a variety of birds. There is the occasi...Read more
Natural features you'll find at 30 amp (UP) in Oklahoma.
45 minutes from Robbers Cave State Park
The park is 55 acres. Several trees and surrounded by wooded mountains.
Located 20 minutes from Lake Wister and Cedar Lake. Also 10 minutes away is Long Lake Resort which offers a day pass for fishi...Read more
We are located on the side of Poteau Mountain and surrounded by several hills and mountains.
Open space in upper portion of the park. Ideal for frisbee and other yard games.
River, stream, or creek
The seasonal waterfall does create a small stream near the Runestone but it isnt intended for recreational purposes.
The Freeman Hole is a popular spot for the locals. It is located about 30 minutes south of the park.
Seasonal waterfall near the Runestone
Roadway leading up to the park is paved with some curves and steep spots.
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We really loved our stay! We were lucky enough to have the campground (and the park) basically to ourselves for almost the entire time. It was incredibly quiet, especially after dark. The electricity worked great with no issues. Only minor quibbles: the water at our spot wasn't working when we arrived (although they were working on it that day), but there were plenty of spigots to fill our tank. And the path into the campsite is very rough, meaning the pull-through is really more of a back-in. It wasn't an issue for our tiny travel trailer, but I could see how it might be difficult for anyone with a larger rig. Amanda (camp host) was incredibly welcoming, friendly, and helpful. Overall, we highly recommend it and hope we'll have the chance to stay again!
Perfect for family trip!
What a hidden treasure! Book right now and pack your bags. Amanda, camp host, was so lovely and took amazing care of us. She went above and beyond to make sure we had a safe and fun stay. The camp and walking trails are beautiful. The walking trails are perfect for a family hike. My kiddos are 10 & 11 and it was easy but still challenging enough to be fun. Bathrooms where clean and very well taken care off. We went with some other families, and all the kids loved the playground, and ruin stone. You can hear the train from the site, but once I fell asleep it didn’t bother me. We cannot wait to go back, thank you for having us.
Great place to bring dogs and relax
It was a super nice and clean park with great sites and amazing views. The hiking trails were great and Amanda went out of her way to make it more comfortable and accommodating. It was a very nice park with very nice people! Would definitely go back.
Runestone park is a must
We stayed one night at Runestone on a cross country trip from Wisconsin and were really impressed by both the park itself and Amanda who hosted. We had site UP for our 13 foot scamp and had no issues parking our trailer or finding the site. Check in was seamless and Amanda was very helpful with any questions we had. Our site had electric hook up and a large pavilion with 2 grills and a large fire ring. The bathrooms were under repair but she had accommodations in another location which worked just as fine. There was a shower house with a clean shower room and a space to both hang clothing and set items so getting dressed was a breeze. The campsites are located on top of the mountain that Runestone is located on so you have a beautiful view of town when the darkness sets in. The runestone was a short walk from our campsite and we enjoyed having something special to check out on our stay. This is a gated campground at night so we did feel very safe and were able to leave early with the gate code provided. I highly recommend Runestone and thank Amanda for her hospitality!
Camping near the runestone
I had such a good time here. Tall pines, gorgeous views from stop Poteau Mountain, good hiking, and historic interest. The park was developed in the 1950s and still has a lot of nice stonework.
We picked the perfect time to stay at Heavener Runestone. The weather was beautiful, the trees were beautiful, and the park was very peaceful. There was a lot of activity during the day with hikers, but few overnight campers this time of year.
The site is very hilly and includes a pavilion with tables, which was great for our group. We had one tent with us and, while there was not a designated tent pad at this site like there are at others, we were able to find a relatively flat area to set the tent up.
The host was very helpful and responded to any questions within minutes. The listing stated that there was water available at this site, but the water was not working. The host offered solutions, including offering water hoses to assist us in tapping into the water at another campsite. Our camper was small with a small fresh water tank, so we were able to quickly fill our tank without the use of extra water hose, but I appreciated the effort to help resolve the issue. I believe they are in the process of fixing the water at this site.
We enjoyed our stay very much and it was a great ending to our camping adventures for the year.