Adair State Park
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Introduction

Adair State Park, now known as simply Adair Park, is a former state park located on the outskirts of Stilwell in north-eastern Oklahoma. Covering 25 acres, the camping park offers peaceful campsites with limited facilities. There are seven camping areas available for RVs and 20 primitive sites for tents.

Perfect for holidaymakers looking to escape it all, this basic camping park is centered around outdoor recreation, with opportunities for fishing, picnicking and walking. RV campers will have access to both open and sheltered picnic facilities, a 15-acre fishing pond, a children’s playground, and a comfort station with showers and toilets open in season.

While the facilities are limited, Adair Park’s nature is enough to bring families back time and again. Kids will love feeding the ducks at the fishing pond and playing at the playground while the whole family can enjoy scenic picnics. Don’t miss the annual strawberry festival held in Stilwell in May each year.

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Transportation in Adair State Park

Driving

Adair State Park can be found just off Highway 51 East from Stilwell in north-eastern Oklahoma. As the park is very small, there are limited campsites available and those in larger RVs need to take care when navigating the roads. Parking is available at the park office and in the campground.

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Campgrounds and parking in Adair State Park

Campsites in Adair State Park

Reservations camping

First-come first-served

Main Campground

Adair Park offers a very small camping park for both RVs and tents. There are seven semi-modern pull-through sites available for RVs with water and electric hookups, and 20 primitive tent sites. Campers have access to a communal comfort station with toilets and showers that’s open from March to October.

Facilities in the park include a park office, picnic area, playground for kids, and a fishing pond. Adair Park is pet-friendly.

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Seasonal activities in Adair State Park

In-Season

Picnics

Picnics are a wonderful way to while away a summer's day at Adair Park. You will find a variety of picnic areas available at the campsite in Oklahoma. There is a choice of both open-air picnic areas in the campground and two larger sheltered picnic pavilions, making it a popular destination all year round - even in the cooler months.

Feed the Ducks

The fishing pond in Adair Park is not only a firm favorite for fishermen, but also for families looking to enjoy a little wildlife and bird watching. Bring the kids along to enjoy feeding the ducks and geese that live on the pond and enjoy a scenic waterside picnic.

Strawberry Festival

Don't miss the exciting annual Strawberry Festival held in downtown Stilwell in May each year. Held since 1948, the festival attracts over 30,000 visitors each year! The festival is a great way to get a taste of the local strawberries grown in the area, and there's free tastings, live music, a parade, and games. The Strawberry Festival Car Show also forms part of the festival for those interested in classic cars.

Off-Season

Fishing

Adair Park is home to a 15-acre fishing pond that’s perfect for anglers. Shore fishing is allowed. Please note that you will need a permit from the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation to fish here. The fishing pond is also popular among families who enjoy taking their kids to feed the ducks and geese that live on the pond.

Winter Picnics

In addition to the open-air picnic areas available in the campground during the summer, there are also two sheltered picnic pavilions you can enjoy use of all year round. These pavilions include picnic tables and a fire pit. Pack a picnic to enjoy here in the off season and enjoy the great views and wildlife watching opportunities without the crowds.

Wildlife Watching

Adair Park is a great spot for wildlife watching all year round, but especially in the off season when there are fewer crowds to scare the animals and birds away. Pack a picnic and head to the park and see what you can spot - wild turkey are often found here. Kids will also love feeding the ducks on the 15-acre fishing pond.

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