Raymond Gary State Park
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Introduction

Raymond Gary State Park is an excellent park for outdoor enthusiasts. With its well maintained and updated facilities, this park has something to offer everyone!

One of the main attractions within the park is Raymond Gary Lake, a 263-acre lake that offers many boating, swimming, and fishing opportunities for visitors. The state park is located on the Southeast portion of the lake, and offers many amenities for those looking for adventure!

If you're planning to camp at Raymond Gary State Park, you can expect a small and quiet campground that has all of the luxuries of a large campground. Full hookups, picnic tables, fire rings, bathrooms, and playgrounds are just a few of the things that the park has to offer that make it perfect for you and the entire family.

In addition to the park's many amenities, there are also cabins located on the shore of the lake available for reservations, as well as many ADA accessible fishing docks, campsites, and picnic areas!

No matter what type of adventure you're looking for, Raymond Gary State Park offers a wide variety of activities for any age and any interest!

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Transportation in Raymond Gary State Park

Driving

Accessing Raymond Gary State Park is a breeze no matter what type of vehicle you're driving. The maximum length of RV or trailer in the park is 45 feet, and the roads within the park have been constructed to accommodate these vehicles!

The park is located just South of US-70 in Fort Towson, Oklahoma. Once you reach the park, you can expect paved roads that are wide enough to accommodate your RV or trailer. Two boat ramps within the park are also very easy to access.

Although the boat ramps are easy to access, there is not much parking available in the park. Boats are limited to non-motorized, though, so you shouldn't have to worry too much about parking your boat trailer.

Raymond Gary State Park is a very easy park to navigate If you plan to take a car or truck, and even cycling and walking are great options to navigate the park. State Route 209 makes one large loop through the park, making it very easy to maneuver!

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Campgrounds and parking in Raymond Gary State Park

Campsites in Raymond Gary State Park

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Raymond Gary State Park Campground

Raymond Gary State Park is perfect for camping, whether you're camping in an RV, camper trailer, tent, or even reserving one of the six lakefront cabins!

If you're planning to camp in a tent or hammock, there are around 100 tent campsites within the park. These primitive sites do not have any hookups, but there are restrooms with showers just a short walk away from the campsite.

When RV or camper trailer camping in the park, there are fewer campsites available, but they offer several more amenities. There are ten campsites within the park that offer water, electric, and sewer hookups. Make sure to call the park and make a reservation; the sites are limited.

In addition to the ten full hookup sites, there are nine other RV and camper trailer sites that offer water and electric hookup only. Although there are no sewer hookups at these sites, there are restrooms just a short walk from the campsite.

When camping at Raymond Gary State Park, there are three boat ramps located within walking distance of the campsites, making it excellent for those that plan to be out on the water a lot during your stay!

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Seasonal activities in Raymond Gary State Park

In-Season

Picnicking

Raymond Gary State Park is an excellent park for those looking for great picnicking areas! At all campsites, there are picnic tables if you're looking for a more private picnicking experience!

If you're planning a group event like a reunion or party, there are two group picnic shelters located on the lakeshore on the Southwest portion of the park. No matter what type of picnic you're planning, Raymond Gary State Park is the place for your next picnic.

Swimming

If you're planning to visit Raymond Gary State Park in the summer months, know that it may get pretty hot during peak hours of the day. Swimming is a great way to cool off from the heat, as well as sunbathing on the lake's beach!

There is no lifeguard on duty in the park, so plan to bring a life jacket if needed. The park is also a great place to enjoy swimming before a late afternoon grill-out.

Boating

Boating is one of the most popular activities in Raymond Gary State Park! The park is home to the 263-acre Lake Raymond Gary, which offers boating opportunities for all non-motorized boats.

While motorized boats are not allowed in the lake, this offers very peaceful opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding! Keep in mind that the law requires to have a life jacket on the boat, whether it has a motor or not!

Off-Season

Nature Watching

Nature watching is an excellent way to see everything that Raymond Gary State Park has to offer. The area is mountainous and provides an excellent habitat for whitetail deer, rabbit, squirrel, and many different reptile species.

In addition to animals in the park, the park offers breathtaking views of the mountains and the lake that you won't want to miss. Don't forget to pack your camera for that perfect shot!

Primitive Cabins

While they require reservations, six primitive lakefront cabins make staying in Raymond Gary State Park in the winter very enjoyable. While these are considered primitive cabins, they do have a mini-fridge, heat, air conditioning, a microwave, and a fireplace! There are two twin beds and a bathroom in each cabin!

These cabins are excellent for those that don't have an RV or are looking for alternative ways to stay in the park other than camping. Don't forget; you will need to bring your own linens to stay in the cabin.

Fishing

Fishing is another very common activity in Raymond Gary State Park, as the boating restrictions allow for calm and peaceful water! If you're looking to fish from a boat, paddle boats and canoes are available for rent at the park office!

Some of the most common fish caught in the lake are largemouth bass, bluegill, and channel catfish! A valid Oklahoma fishing license is required, and the daily keep-limit for any species is six fish.

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