The Honey Creek Area is a comfortable and cozy destination set in the greater Grand Lake State Park region and provides the ideal destination for your next RV adventure. The park is spread over a beautiful area of around 40 acres and provides visitors access to Grand Lake and the park's many recreational activities. The spring and fall foliage offers colorful natural beauty across the backdrop of the Ozark mountains. The lake waters are perfect for swimming, fishing, and boating. The surrounding woodlands include many species of flora including Dogwoods as well as Redbuds that are truly spectacular to look at during spring.
Many visitors enjoy staying at Honey Creek State Park and have a wonderful time walking along the two-mile trail, or enjoying a picnic lunch with family and friends. It’s a great place for fishing and boating with a lighted boat ramp, a courtesy boat dock for loading and unloading, courtesy fishing dock and fish cleaning station. Its RV sites and tent sites are facilitated with paved interior roads, picnic spots, group shelters, outdoor grills, playground, and comfort stations, making it a perfect place for camping and picnicking.
Honey Creek State Park offers a comfortable and relaxing camping experience for your next overnight stay. The camping sites are spacious and the park has hospitable camping hosts. Honey Creek State Park is open all around the year. The park also offers much in terms of amenities and facilities including an outdoor swimming pool, picnic facilities, dump station, two shelters and four comfort shelter with showers.
RV Rentals in Honey Creek Area
Transportation in Honey Creek Area
Honey Creek State Park is located near the city of Grove, in Delaware County, Oklahoma. If you are traveling from Grove, take the intersection off 3rd street in Grove and head South on St/US Hwy 59 for approximately more than a mile. Follow the signs that lead you on to State Park Road. Keep driving on this road for around three quarters of a mile to enter the state park.
Once inside the park has well-paved interior roads and RV pads for a smooth driving experience for visitors in cars as well as RVs. It is advised to drive slowly as small animals are often spotted crossing the roads. Services such as boat rental, cottages, playground, rentals, and picnic areas are all accessible by road and are within the range of one mile. Visitors can also enjoy shopping and seasonal festivals in the nearby surroundings.
Campgrounds and parking in Honey Creek Area
Campsites in Honey Creek Area
Honey Creek State Park Raccoon Ridge Campground
Honey Creek State Park is open year round and has a total of 49 RV sites and 100 tent sites that make for a comfortable camping experience. Raccoon Ridge is campground A and provides many facilities and amenities for RV and tent campers including a gazebo, comfort station, RV dump station, electric hook-ups, picnic tables and fire pits. The public swimming pool and playground are also located adjacent to the campground. Generator use is prohibited between 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. and guests can stay for up to 14 days at a stretch enjoying the beautiful natural landscape and the scenic lake side views.
Squirrel Hollow (Campground B)
Squirrel Hollow is the second campground available at Honey Creek State Park that is closer to the boat launch, boat dock and fishing dock area. The campground is equipped with picnic tables, comfort stations, and electric hook-ups with beautiful views of the Grand Lake. This site is smaller and offers more privacy, making it perfect for some relaxation and comfort.
Seasonal activities in Honey Creek Area
Boating enthusiast will love Honey Creek State Park and the access it provides to the vast waters of Grand Lake that boats over 1,300 miles of shoreline. The park welcomes water enthusiasts with lighted boat launches, ramps and docking areas. Visitors can enjoy power boating, sailing, water skiing, tubing, jet-skiing, and fishing on the placid and serene lake waters. The scenic views of the woodlands and mountains also add to your boating experience.
Honey Creek State Park is an ideal spot for experienced and beginner anglers to toss a line for fishing black bass, sand bass, spoonbill and crappie. Grand Lake's waters are teaming with many species of fresh-water fish and the lighted fishing pier and fish cleaning station makes for a comfortable and exciting fishing experience. Fishing equipment can also be rented at the park store in case you forget to bring something along.
Apart from swimming in lake waters Honey Creek State Park also has its own public swimming pool that is available to RV and tent campers for no additional fee. The swimming pool is located close to the park entrance and offers views of the lake making for a safe and leisurely swimming experience. The lake waters also offer guests the opportunity to swim in the natural lake waters and enjoy the scenic view of the landscape while cooling off, especially, during the hot summer months.
Campers and day visitors alike can enjoy Honey Creek State Parks may picnicking spots that offer scenic views of the Ozark mountains and the Grand Lake. Some picnic spots offer shade and more secluded spots for added privacy so it is recommended to reserve these spots prior. Honey Creek State Park also offers online reservation for two picnic shelters and four comfort stations with showers. The picnic spots can accommodate large gatherings as well.
The two-mile hiking trail offers even hard-ground terrain that makes for a relaxing walk or hike along the lake shoreline. These hiking trails offer guests the chance to cherish nature at Honey Creek State Park for its lovely views and witnessing the variety of wildlife and waterfowl that are frequent migrants to the lake waters. Many species of flora are also native to the greater Grand Lake State Park and guests can see some of this natural beauty in the more secluded regions of Honey Creek State Park.
During the winter months the two-mile hiking trail is transformed to accommodate snow enthusiast that love cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. For snowmobiles, complete registration and appropriate safety gear are required. The landscape in winter is truly spectacular with the Ozark mountains and the Grand Lake offering breathtaking views that make for an awe-inspiring winter experience.