- Maximum occupancy per site: Varies by campsite.
- Check-in time: 4 p.m. or earlier if available. Check-out time: 2 p.m.
- Quiet hours: 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- Alcoholic beverages: Permitted.
- Generator use: Prohibited during quiet hours.
- Campfires: Allowed in designated rings or pits, following local advisories.
- Drone use: Permitted following Federal Aviation Administration regulations, and not within 400 feet of critical infrastructure.
4350 South Highway 259A, Broken Bow, OK 74728
Beavers Bend State Park is an ideal place for out-of-state visitors to enjoy the incredible outdoor recreational opportunities in Oklahoma. Hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing, river floating, horseback riding, and other outdoor activities are popular at this sprawling state park. Located in the mountainous region of southeastern Oklahoma at the shores of Broken Bow Lake and Mountain Fork River, Beavers Bend is as picturesque and peaceful as it is adventuresome. RV sites are nestled among the trees in two different campgrounds, with paved pads and partial hookups. Lakeview Lodge and an 18-hole golf course add to the resort-like amenities of this state park.
19225 E 578 Road, Colcord, OK 74338
Located near the Oklahoma-Arkansas border in the scenic Ozark Highlands is one of Oklahoma’s most stunning natural wonders. A 77-foot waterfall cascades dramatically over rock formations, creating an oasis in the narrow, forested valley. Viewing platforms and an observation deck with seating provide easy access to admire the falls. Enjoy the beauty of the dense forest with over 4 miles of hiking trails and nature paths. The park’s campground includes paved, level sites with partial or full hookups, a dump station, playground, restrooms, and gift shops. Natural Falls State Park is just off of U.S. 421, making it a convenient stopover in a beautiful and peaceful natural setting.
4575 Northwest 1024th Avenue, Wilburton, OK 74578
This state park, comprising more than 8,000 acres, is notable for an interesting reason—its caves were the hideout of the infamous outlaws Jesse James and Belle Starr. The forests, lakes, sandstone cliffs, and caves of this beautiful state park and adjacent wildlife management area attract families and adventure seekers alike. Kids will enjoy the swimming beach, pool, mini-golf course, multiple playgrounds, and nature programs. Adventurous campers can try rock climbing, horseback riding, and kayaking. The park includes a 250-acre ATV riding area, with dedicated campsites for ATVers as well as equestrians. The rest of the sites are spread throughout the park and offer partial or full hookups. Even with all the amenities and activities, there is still plenty of space at Robbers Cave State Park to immerse yourself in nature.
Oklahoma state park campgrounds that accommodate RV camping
Alabaster Caverns State Park
Arrowhead Area at Lake Eufaula State Park
Beavers Bend State Park
Bernice Area at Grand Lake State Park
Black Mesa State Park & Nature Preserve
Boiling Springs State Park
Cherokee Area at Grand Lake State Park
Cherokee Landing State Park
Clayton Lake State Park
Fort Cobb State Park
Foss State Park
Great Plains State Park
Great Salt Plains State Park
Greenleaf State Park
Honey Creek Area at Grand Lake State Park
Keystone State Park
Lake Eufaula State Park
Lake Murray State Park
Lake Texoma State Park
Lake Thunderbird State Park
Lake Wister State Park
Little Sahara State Park
McGee Creek State Park
Natural Falls State Park
Osage Hills State Park
Raymond Gary State Park
Robbers Cave State Park
Roman Nose State Park
Sequoyah Bay State Park
Sequoyah State Park
Spavinaw Area at Grand Lake State Park
Talimena State Park
Tenkiller State Park
Twin Bridges Area at Grand Lake State Park
For more information on Oklahoma state park campgrounds, visit travelok.com/state-parks.