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Fort Cobb State Park is located in central Oklahoma near the town of Fort Cobb, lying between Oklahoma City and Lawton. This state park lies on the southernmost shores of Fort Cobb Lake, combining the natural beauty of the Oklahoma countryside with the lakeside recreational opportunities of the lake. Whether you seek to leave the land and boat out on the four thousand acre lake or explore the park’s hiking routes and golf courses on foot, Fort Cobb State Park has it all. The park’s closeness to major Oklahoma cities, combined with its local lake and woodlands, both make it the ideal place to visit with a rental RV. Accessing the park with an RV rental is made even easier with Highway 146 running along its eastern edge, this connects it straight to Oklahoma City.
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Many of the visitors to Fort Cobb State Park come for easy access to Fort Cobb Lake. Keen fishermen and women seek out this lake for its exceptional fishing possibilities, and it is easy to see why. Fort Cobb Lake is home to a vast array of fish species, each one providing fantastic sport to Fort Cobb State Park campers. Campers can fish from the extensive forty miles worth of shoreline, which can be accessed from Fort Cobb State Park. Fish that can be landed here include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, crappie, catfish, and walleye fish. Campers are reminded that an Oklahoma fishing license is needed to fish here.
Not only is the lake a great place to catch fish, but Fort Cobb State Park is often frequented by those looking to boat out on the lake. The park provides several boat launching ramps out onto Fort Cobb Lake, making accessing the water a breeze. Those motorhome camping without their own boats need not worry, just head to ‘Sunset Cove Marina’ located inside the park. This fully stocked marina offers campers boat rentals day or night, including pontoon boats, tubes, wakeboards, kayaks, and canoes. The size of Fort Cobb State Park allows boaters to satisfy their sense of adventure, exploring the many coves and shorelines.
It is not all water-based fun at Fort Cobb State Park, and campers can stay here without stepping out onto the lake’s shoreline. Hiking through the park’s network of trails is a favorite for campers here. The trails vary in lengths and difficulties, making them perfect for even the most novice of hiker. Golfers will find that Fort Cobb State Park also has an 18-hole golf course with practice range, putting green and even a pro shop.
Those RV camping at Fort Cobb State Park will find more than accommodating campgrounds for RVs, complete with a long list of amenities and facilities. The state park campground offers RV campers full 20, 30 amp electric, water, and sewer hookups. Facilities include a dump station, flushing toilets, a shower block, and a children’s playground. Many of the sites are pull-thru, meaning all sizes of rigs are welcome here. Pets are also welcome but must be kept on a leash at all times.
An alternative to camping at the state park campground is to set up camp at the Red Rock Canyon Adventure Park just north of Fort Cobb State Park. Here, campers are provided with partial hookups which include a 20, 30, 50 amp electric and water hookups. Facilities include a dump station, shower block, flushing toilets, and an on-site swimming pool.
Being within an hour’s drive of the state capital, Oklahoma City, makes it easy to spend your days exploring some of the most interesting sights Oklahoma has to offer. The ‘National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum’ is a must-see when in the city. This museum showcases a wide variety of America’s cowboy culture and history through exhibitions and artifacts. There are also over 28,000 western and native American works of art within the museum, which will captivate the attention of any visitor. The museum also holds the most extensive collection of American rodeo photographs, saddlery, and barbed wire. This is unmissable for anyone interested in the history of the American West.
Families with young children should make their way to the ‘Oklahoma City Zoo’ for the perfect fun day out. This zoo covers over a hundred acres and his home to nearly two-thousand animals of many different species. The zoo is divided into many separate exhibits with a verity of themes. ‘Expedition Asia’ is an Asian themed area that holds among many things, a herd of Asian Elephants - natures giants. Young children visiting the zoo can enjoy the ‘Children’ Zoo,’ an area dedicated to toddlers and children, which includes flamingos, goats, monkeys, and lorikeets.
‘Myriad Botanical Gardens’ is a seventeen-acre botanical garden in the city that is a must-see for any fan of horticulture, or those looking for their own corner of Eden in the bustling city. The gardens surrounded a picturesque sunken lake, and offer a range of outside events throughout the year. The highlight of the botanical garden is surely the ‘Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory,’ a living plant museum displaying a plethora of tropical plants, palm trees, flowers, and exotic animals.