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Lake Murray State Park is located near the small town of Ardmore, in south-central Oklahoma, only about 25 miles north of the state border with Texas. It is situated almost equidistant between two larger cities, Oklahoma City to the north and the Dallas and Fort Worth, TX metropolitan area to the south, at around 100 miles to each.

There is a lot to do in this little slice of the country. From hiking trails, lakes, and waterways to explore scenic drives, camping opportunities, historical sites, and picnic spots to enjoy, there is always something fun to do nearby.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at Lake Murray State Park will allow you to enjoy all kinds of different recreational activities. This was the first state park established in Oklahoma and is one of the largest as well. In addition to Lake Murray, there are many things to do here with the ground solidly under your feet. There are hiking and biking trails, places to drive ATV's, there is even a golf course and a large field intended for flying model planes. There is also the main road that meanders throughout the park offering scenic views of its surroundings and easy access to all the activities it offers.

Lake Murray itself provides plenty of fun things to do. It was created by damming several nearby creeks. Boating and fishing are primarily enjoyed here, and there are beaches to soak up the sun or where swimming access is available. There are also numerous fingers and coves that branch off this body of water that are perfect for exploring by paddle boat.

The Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge is also found near Lake Murray State Park. This wetland area showcases multiple species of birds, reptiles, and fish. This is a great place for birdwatching, as migrations occur here at different times of the year. As this is a refuge, visitors should expect any facility that is offered to be rustic.

Camping at Lake Murray State Park

Lake Murray State Park makes camping with an RV easy. There are several campgrounds found within the park borders, as well as in the nearby area. All of these offer amenities to help you feel at home.

Some of the many campgrounds located within the park include Duke's Forest, Elephant Rock, and Cedar Cove. Almost all of them can accommodate RV's of varying sizes, though some can be closed in the winter due to low use. They all also offer bathrooms and showers for guests. Some include ball fields, playgrounds for children, or lake access.

By the Lake RV Park and Resort is in Ardmore. It features showers and bathrooms as well as a laundry facility. There is also a playground for the kids, hiking trails, pool access, and pets are welcome. This park is located very near I-35, so it shouldn't be hard to reach. As there are a lot of fun things to do nearby, many people enjoy RV camping at Lake Murray State Park, so it shouldn't be hard to find places to refill supplies if you need to.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Carter County, you will find all sorts of sites to visit that everyone in the family will be interested in. The Tucker Tower Nature Center is in Ardmore. The Center highlights the flora and fauna that are common to the local area. The tower can be climbed and offers expansive views of the surrounding countryside and over the lake. State park RV camping makes it easy to explore all around the local region.

The small town of Marietta is located less than 10 miles from Lake Murray State Park. Here you will find the Love County Pioneer Museum where you can learn all about the history and culture of the nearby region. Artifacts from the original pioneers who first settled in the area are on display here. The museum is available free of charge, and some guided tours are offered.

Because the area is fairly rural, you may have to drive a little way to reach some of the more interesting attractions. There are a couple of unique places to visit in Durant, which is around 40 miles to the east of the park. The Fort Washita Historic Site is an old, Civil War fort. Several of the buildings have been restored and are available for touring. There is also the Three Valley Museum. Here you can learn about the American Indian tribes that originally conquered this wild land. Artifacts that have been found around the area on display here, as is the history and culture of these ancient tribes. Guided tours are offered with reservations.

When you've been looking for a great place to relax and get away from it all, consider camping at Lake Murray State Park. Check out the park's hiking trails, go boating on the lake, or explore a local historical location. Camp in an RV near Ardmore and enjoy your time in the Great Plains.

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