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Chickasaw National Recreation Area has six public campgrounds. Facilities vary in each and are listed in the chart below. Some individual campsites, as well as large group campsites, can be reserved in advance. Each site has a fire ring, picnic table, and at least one parking space.

Three campgrounds are located next to Lake of the Arbuckles. Buckhorn and The Point campgrounds have a mix of smaller sites suitable for tents and some sites with water and electric hookups that will fit RVs (up to approximately 40' in length). Guy Sandy can accomodate tents and some small RVs but no hookups are available.

The three campgrounds of the Platt Historic District can accomodate tents. Only very small RVs (car sized or less) can fit in Cold Springs and Central Campgounds. No hookups are available. Rock Creek can accomodate slightly larger RVs, up to 25' in length. No hookups are available.

Sites at Chickasaw National Recreation Area under reservation system:

  • Group sites at Rock Creek, Central, and Cold Springs Campgrounds - Rates are $30.00 per night, per site

  • Buckhorn Campground, Loop C - Rates for utility sites (water and electrical only, no sewer) run from $22.00 - $24.00 per night, per site. Non-utility sites are $16.00 per night, per site.

  • The Point, Upper Loop - Rates for utility sites (water and electrical only, no sewer) run from $22.00 - $24.00 per night, per site. Non-utility sites are $16.00 per night, per site.

Reservations can be made at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.

All other sites are first come, first served. Self-pay stations for first-come-first-serve campsites are located at the entrance to the campgrounds. All campgrounds except Guy Sandy have self-pay machines. These machines will accept credit or debit cardsonly. Guy Sandy has a cash only, drop envelope station.

Camping and Park Regulations
Fees and Reservations

Group size

Capacity at most sites is limited to eight or fewer people. Larger groups can camp only in designated group camping sites. Group campsite capacity is limited to thirty people. Groups in excess of thirty people will need more than one group site. Group sites are only available by reservation.

Rock Creek Campground features one group site, located near the campground entrance. Cold Springs Campground has two adjacent group sites near the front of the campground. Finally, all ten sites of the Central Campground are group sites. Each has picnic tables, a fire ring, nearby water spigots, and parking for several vehicles.

Central and Cold Springs group campsites are open during the summer season; only the Rock Creek group campsite is open year-round.

Campgrounds at a Glance

The winter campground season typically runs from late October to early May, with only the year-round campgrounds remaining open during this time.

All campgrounds are open during the summer season, which typically runs from early May to late October.

Platt Historic District

# of Sites

Comfort Station

Vault Toilet

Showers

Electric Hookups

Year-Round?

Reservable?

Central

10

Yes (1)

No

No

No

No

Group sites only

Cold Springs

65

Yes (2)

No

No

No

No

Group sites only

Rock Creek

99

Yes (3)

No

No

No

Yes

Group site only

Lake of the Arbuckles

Buckhorn

134

Yes (4)

No

Yes (4)

Yes; 42 total

Loop C is 50-amp except sites 50, 52, 53, 56

Loop D is all 30-amp

Yes

(Loop C and D

Only)

Yes (Loop C)

Guy Sandy

40

No

Yes

No

No

No

No

The Point

55

Yes (1)

Yes (1)

Yes (1)

Yes; 22 50-amp sites

Yes

Yes (Upper Loop)

Buckhorn Campground

The Buckhorn Campground is located on the eastern side of Lake of the Arbuckles. It has four loops:

Loop A is open seasonally. It has 21 campsites including 1 accessible site; all of these sites are first come, first served. Showers are available in the restrooms.

Loop B is open seasonally. It has 26 campsites including 1 accessible site; all sites in this loop are first come, first served. Showers are available in the restrooms.

Loop C is open year-round. It has 43 campsites including two acessible sites. All sites are available by reservation only. Showers are available in the restrooms. There are 17 electrical sites (30 amp). Sites with electrical hookups also have water hookups. There are no sewer hook ups in the campground. A dump station can be found on Buckhorn Road outside of the campground.

Loop D is open year-round. It has 51 campsites including 3 accessible sites. All sites are first come, first served. Showers are available in the restrooms. There are 24 electrical sites (30 amp). Sites with electrical hookup also have water hookups. There are no sewer hook ups in the campground. A dump station can be found on Buckhorn Road outside of the campground.

Campground maps: Loop A | Loop B | Loop C | Loop D

The Point Campground

The Point Campground is located on the northern side of Lake of the Arbuckles. It is open year-round and has two loops.

The lower loop includes 9 electrical and 28 tent sites. Three sites in the lower loop are accessible (no hookups). Campsites in the lower loop are first come, first served. Showers are available in the restrooms.

All sites on the upper loop are available by reservation only. There are 12 electrical sites (50 and 30 amp) and 9 non-electrical camping sites, including 2 accessible sites (with hookups). Electrical sites also have water hookups. There are no sewer hookups available in the campground. A dump station can be found on the road down to the campground. Showers are available in the restrooms.

Campground map

Rock Creek Campground

The Rock Creek Campground is open year-round. It has 99 campsites and 1 group site. The group site is available by reservation only; all other sites are first come, first served. All sites are non-electrical. Some sites can accommodate small RVs (25' or less). A dump station is located outside of the campground, near Bromide Pavilion.

Campground map

Cold Springs Campground

Cold Springs Campground is open seasonally. It has 63 campsites and 2 group sites. The group sites are available by reservation only; all other sites are first come, first served. All sites are non-electrical and are best for tent camping, though small RVs and pop-up campers (less than 20') may fit.

Campground map

Central Campground

Central Campground is open seasonally. There are ten group sites that are available by reservation only. Non-group sites are available at nearby Cold Springs Campground.

Campground map

Guy Sandy Campground

The Guy Sandy Campground is located on the west shore of Lake of the Arbuckles and contains 40 campsites. Facilities include water faucets and pit toilets. All sites are first come, first served. Guy Sandy is cash only. Please pay at the iron ranger at the campground entrance.
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Sours: https://www.nps.gov/chic/planyourvisit/campgrounds.htm



Nestled in heart of the Arbuckle Mountains and surrounded by the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Arbuckle RV Resort offers guest 20 beautifully manicured acres of relaxation. With no planes or trains, or highway noise, the loudest thing you'll hear in our park is the crickets.

Each of our 44 level sites includes full hook-ups, free wireless internet, BBQ grills and picnic tables. Long enough to accommodate even the longest RV, these sites have gravel pads with grass area and are clean and well maintained.

Our crystal clean swimming pool offers hours of refreshing fun. Challenge your brother-in-law to a rousing game of horseshoes at one of our two horseshoe pits while the kids play volleyball or basketball. Our playground will keep the little ones happy. Our peaceful fishing ponds are immensely popular with young and old alike. Or, you can always kick back under one of our enormous shade trees and nap the afternoon away.

Located directly across the street from the Chickasaw Cultural Center and just minutes from the Lake of the Arbuckle's, hiking, biking, wildlife and bird viewing and Turner Falls’ 70 foot water fall as well as the Arbuckle Wilderness wildlife park, this is the perfect location to enjoy them all. We have plenty of boat parking for all your water toys.

We have a great respect for nature’s ability and we care greatly about you and your safety. We have a storm shelter conveniently located and available whenever there is a threat.

Come and see why we are SULPHUR’s PREMIER RESORT. Stay for a night, a week or a month and we guarantee you’ll remember why you bought an RV.

Sours: http://www.arbucklervresort.com/
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CAMPSITE POLICIES

Guaranteed Camp Site Check-In Time 4:00PM– 9:30PM. Some days campsites may become available earlier due to fluctuation in park attendance. All campsites are first come first served. Campsite reservation guests must arrive prior to the box office closing at 10:00pm to check in.

Camp Site Check-Out time is 11:00am. This means your campsite has been cleared, trash has been removed, and your vehicle is pulling out of the site unless a permit has been purchased for the following night. You must have valid tickets for every day you occupy the park before 6:00pm for every person in your vehicle. No exceptions.

Camp Site Noise Policy: All radios, TV's, and generators must be turned off at 10:00pm and can not be turned on until 8:00am. We have quiet time during this time. Please be considerate of other campers.

Campsite Permits DO NOT INCLUDE the price of admission to the park. Campers must purchase tickets for every person, for every day they occupy the park before 4:00pm. No exceptions. This means you will need daily admission from the day of your arrival through the day you are departing. Camper's tickets are valid from box office opening, till dark. Pets are not allowed inside Turner Falls Park. Refunds and cancellations are subject to the Park management. Complaints, problems, or suggestions must be brought to the attention of the Park Manager to be eligible for any refund. After Check-In has occurred, refunds are subject to the discretion of the Park Manager.

After Hours Check-In

Check-in Closes at 10:00PM

Sours: https://www.turnerfallspark.com/camping-rv
Camping at TURNER FALLS and Exploring the Tallest Waterfall in Oklahoma

Arbuckle RV Resort

Arbuckle RV Resort is one of the best RV campgrounds near Lake of the Arbuckles. Located on 20 beautifully kept acres surrounded by the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. The 44 level sites, long enough to accommodate the longest RV, have gravel pads with a nice-sized grassy area. Included are full hook-ups (electric, sewer and water), restrooms and showers, free WiFi, BBQ grills and picnic tables.

On site are a swimming pool, fishing ponds, two horseshoe pits, volleyball and basketball courts, frisbee golf and a playground. If those things are not your style, there are enormous trees to relax under in the shade. Bring all your water toys—there’s plenty of room for them. Bring your dog—there’s a fenced-in run.

Amenities of the Arbuckle RV Resort include:

  • Swimming pool
  • RV sites
  • Full hook-ups
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Free WiFi
  • Picnic tables
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Horseshoe pits

Located just across the street from the Chickasaw Cultural Center at:

774 Cooper Memorial Drive

Sulphur, OK 73086

Phone: (580) 622-6338

Sours: http://www.lakeofthearbuckles.com/arbuckle-rv-resort/

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turner falls cabin rentals Arbuckle MountainsWhat to See in Turner Falls Park

If you’re in Oklahoma, Turner Falls Park is one of the best places that you should visit. The local gateway gives you the best and most beautiful views. It is snug in the beautiful Arbuckle Mountains. Turner Falls is one of the earliest parks in Oklahoma. It was named after the person that discovered the largest waterfall, Mazeppa Thomas Turner. It is a very easy and quick gateway for people that are in Oklahoma or in the states that surround it.

The water comes from almost a height of 77ft. It falls directly into a natural swimming pool. The Falls has a beautifulTurner Falls Davis OK Waterfall surrounding area of 1500 acres. Turner Falls happens to come in the top 3 list along with the Black Hills and the Grand Canyon in the places that give an astonishing view into our history. It is a very old site for adventures and enjoyment. The park has been around since 1868. It has been one of the top destinations for families. It has natural caves, rock castle, novelty shops, cabins, picnic sites, RV sites, campsites, bathhouses, sandy beaches and hiking trails for you to set your marks on.

Amenities in Turner Falls Park

There is a lot of things to do when you visit:

  • For starters, you get a senior discount for all the senior citizens.
  • There’s no need to bring cash because credit cards are accepted here.
  • Want to buy things to remember your trip? Visit our gift shop!
  • There are several areas as campgrounds where you can set up your tents and start camping.
  • RV Hook-Up is available for the adventurers.
  • The special and beautiful cabins are always there for you to rent. You can rent them easily and for a very low price. But be sure to reserve them in time. Because the reservations aren’t open after 4:00 PM.
  • You can enjoy swimming in the natural pools and hike in the natural hiking areas.
  • There are different types of concessions also available.

Summer Pricing

  • Seniors: For seniors of age above 55 years – $6.
  • Children 5 years or under – Free
  • Children 6 to 12 years old – $6
  • 13 years and older – $12
  • Active Military (ID required) – $6

Winter Pricing

  • Visitors that are 6 Years or Older – $6
  • Children that are under or are five years old – Free
  • Seniors older than or are 55 years old – $3.

Campsite Pricing

For campsite reservation, you would have to pay $12.50. The visitors must pay this fee per vehicle and per night. They must also have an admission per day for each.

There are many things that you would enjoy at Turner Park.  So whenever you plan to come, don’t make a single day visit, because of you do you’re going to miss out on many things because of less time.

If tent camping is just not for you, then we offer two different options from our cabin rentals. You can check out our cabins on our main page with pricing and amenities Turner Falls Cabin Rentals.

To Book your stay out our beautiful villas surrounded by this natural wonder then visit out cabin reservation page, or click below!

Book a room now!Luxury Cabin Rentals with beautiful views, overlooking the river and mountains. Two night minimum on weekends. Click the button to the right to check for availability!

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Arbuckle Mountains - Outdoor Playground

Nature lovers and water sports enthusiasts will find plenty of outdoor adventure in the ancient Arbuckle Mountains of south-central Oklahoma.

Turner Falls Park - Davis

Just about a mile off I-35 lies one of the most beautiful sights in Chickasaw Country.  Turner Falls is one of Oklahoma's tallest waterfalls, dropping 77 feet into a natural pool. Located on Honey Creek in the Arbuckle Mountains near Davis, Turner Falls draws thousands of visitors each year who enjoy swimming, hiking, horseback riding and camping.

Located in the Arbuckle Mountains, which are among the oldest mountains on earth, Turner Falls Park has been described as one of the three geological windows into our past, along with the Grand Canyon and the Black Hills of South Dakota.  These ancient mountains have been exposed to the elements and eroding longer than younger ranges, so they aren't the tallest mountains, but they are a beautiful backdrop for an outdoor adventure.      

The highlight of Turner Falls Park is the clear water that flows throughout the park creating rippling creeks and natural swimming pools perfect for keeping visitors cool on hot summer days. The crown jewel of the park's watery playground is the picturesque waterfall.  Visitors to Turner Falls Park will also enjoy hiking along the nature trails and exploring the park's three caves.  Campers will find RV and tent campground areas as well as an abundance of privately-owned cabins for rent near the park.

Chickasaw National Recreation Area - Sulphur

Just a few miles from Turner Falls Park is another outdoor gem - Chickasaw National Recreation Area in Sulphur.  Formerly known as Platt National Park, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area offers natural beauty, a variety of watchable wildlife and rich history.  The park was once known by the local American Indians as the "peaceful valley of rippling waters" and the spring-fed waters were believed to have healing properties.  For over 100 years, people have visited this area to picnic, hike, swim, boat and camp.  

The highlight of Turner Falls Park is the clear water that flows throughout the park creating rippling creeks and natural swimming pools

Travertine Creek, which runs through the park, features many small waterfalls and swimming holes.  One of the favorite swimming areas is the Little Niagara area where two waterfalls create a unique water playground.  The creeks are fed by fresh water mineral springs and residents of the area are often seen filling jugs of the mineral water for use at home. 

Boasting a union of two different ecosystems, the Chickasaw National Recreation Area offers outdoor enthusiasts the diversity of the eastern deciduous forest and the mixed-grass prairie.  Hike the park's 22 miles of trails leading through hardwood forests, across prairies and along flowing creeks with small waterfalls.  From the trails, hikers can also watch the park's resident buffalo herd and find scenic views of the Lake of the Arbuckles and Veterans Lake.  The Rock Creek Multi-Use Trails within Chickasaw National Recreation Area offer opportunities for both hiking and mountain biking.

Nestled within the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, the unusually clear Lake of the Arbuckles has been rated as the best in the state for bass fishing by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.  With 36 miles of shoreline, the Lake of the Arbuckles offers plenty of room for fishing and water sports of all types. 

The Chickasaw National Recreation Area offers six campgrounds with 410 campsites, so after a day of hiking you can unwind with your family at the campground. The shady forest, along with the streams and mineral waters, create a relaxing getaway for the whole family.

777 Zip - Davis

With lush landscapes below and breathtaking Oklahoma skies above, soaring over Turner Falls on a zipline is a feeling like no other. 777 Zip in Davis will take you on a 777-foot journey toward Collings Castle and the 77-foot falls. This cozy zipline also offers comfortable, secured seats for a safe, yet exhilarating ride. Whether you're an adrenaline junkie looking for a thrill or you are a tame tourist with ziplining on your bucket list, this adventure is for you. 

Sours: https://www.travelok.com/article_page/arbuckle-country

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Features & Amenities

Popular Features:

  • Pull-thru Sites
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tent Camping
  • Electric 50 AMP
  • Electric 30/20/15 Amp

Connectivity:

  • WiFi
  • ATT
  • Verizon
  • Sprint
  • T-Mobile
  • Starlink

Park Features

  • Pull-thru Sites
  • Pets Allowed
  • Big Rig Access
  • Tent Camping
  • 55+ Only
  • Kid Friendly
  • Boondocking
  • Cabins / Cottages / Yurts
  • Dump Station
  • Group Camping
  • Dispersed Camping
  • Workamping
  • Class A Only

Hookups

  • Full Hookup
  • Electric 50 AMP
  • Electric 30/20/15 Amp
  • Sewer
  • Cable/Sat. TV Hookup
  • Central Water Spigot
  • Public Phone
  • Water

Amenities

  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Laundry
  • Camp Store
  • Pet Area
  • Propane Available
  • Cafe / Snack Bar
  • Clubhouse
  • Firewood Available
  • Group Kitchen
  • Horse Camp
  • Landing Strip
  • Picnic Shelter
  • Restrooms: vault

Recreation

  • Pool
  • Playground
  • Recreation Trails
  • Rec Room
  • Casino
  • Fishing
  • Beach
  • Biking
  • Boating
  • Golf
  • Gym/Workout Facilities
  • Horseshoes
  • Mini-Golf
  • Outdoor Courts
  • Pickleball
  • Water Access

Arbuckle Wilderness RV Park Review & Ratings Overview

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Date of Stay:May 2014
Nightly Rate: $22 USD

Date of Stay:May 2014

Nightly Rate:$22 USD

We had a blast here. Wonderful campgrounds and if you like seclusion you can find it. They have a fun swimming area up front which my kids loved. Not very expensive and in a beautiful area of Oklahoma. We camped at Arbuckle Wilderness RV Park in a Tent.

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Date of Stay:Apr 2014
Nightly Rate: $22 USD

Date of Stay:Apr 2014

Nightly Rate:$22 USD

Just off exit 51. Grass spots, everything worked, nice young gal came by for payment. Another camper told me that the phone doesn't really get answered. Park is just east off I-35, you can see it from the northbound lanes. We camped at Arbuckle Wilderness RV Park in a Motorhome.

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Date of Stay:Oct 2010
Nightly Rate: $22 USD

Date of Stay:Oct 2010

Nightly Rate:$22 USD

A true adventure, very rustic 50 or so sites in an open field. Check the pedestal box first, not all boxes work. Limited 50 amp, all located in far row. Dirt pads and mix of dirt and gravel roads. Staff is not in office (not sure there was an office). They come by and collect in AM or PM, when you call they just tell you to pull on in. "EASY" to get to but "HARD" to find. GPS is worthless so ask for good directions. Young lady was curt, rude, and non-interested. Open and flat so our 45' bus was happy here but luckily no rain recently. We camped at Arbuckle Wilderness RV Park in a Motorhome.

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