- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 10PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We have river access. Some folks bring canoes, John boats & air boats.
We offer fishing area on a pond or the South Canadian River.
Many trails to hike on but must share with the horse and ATV riders.
You will have to share Trails with ATV riders.
You will have to bring your own boat.
If you got it, bring it.
Yes, lots of trails and river access.
Pond and river
Lots of birds, squirrels, raccoons and bob cats.
Natural features you'll find at Soggy Bottom Trails in Oklahoma.
We have a beautiful white sandy beach on the river
Lots of trees
River, stream or creek
120 acres right on the river Bank of the South Canadian River
Pond or river
The vibe at Soggy Bottom Trails
Places to see near Soggy Bottom Trails & Camping
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We had the BEST time at Soggy Bottom Trails! When we arrived we met with the host Melinda at the bar, which was AMAZING by the way! We then left for our campsite, which was the closest one to the bathrooms (yes, fully functional bathrooms available too -- score!). It was a great space with a fire ring, table, and garbage. We set up our sprinter van and cooked ourselves some lunch. It was a beautiful day! We then met back up with the host and her friends and set off on a ride through the trails on a side-by-side. You'll have to check out the photos we uploaded to see how amazing it was. We had a GREAT time. We would 100% go back again if we were in the area!
WOW! I was in the middle of my road trip out west with my dog and wanted a more lively campsite, and this place blew my mind. The owners were incredibly hospitable and really made sure I enjoyed my stay. The bar was built within the past year, and it's absolutely beautiful. I was sad to leave and would love to return some day!
We had a great time at Soggy Bottom! The camp sites were spread down this little road, with dirt roads/trails all around. The water tap at our site smelled like sulfur, so we took a water jug down to the bar/bathrooms hut. The staff was very friendly and welcoming, and helped us fill our water. We didn't spend much time at the bar, but looks like that would be a blast, with a big wood deck in the sun, right at the intersection of a few trail systems.