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Lawton is one of the largest cities in Oklahoma and the county seat to Comanche County. It is located about an hour and twenty minutes’ drive southwest of Oklahoma City, and less than three hours’ drive from Dallas and Fort Worth in Texas. Book an RV in Lawton if you want to see the beautiful landscapes of Oklahoma and gently rolling hills of the nearby Wichita Mountains.

Lawton was founded in 1901 and named after a war hero and Civil War Medal of Honor recipient Major-General Henry Ware Lawton. The land on which the city was built used to belong to Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indians. The economic growth of the city was very dependent on the nearby Fort Sill military base, which covers over 94,000 acres. Rent an RV in Lawton, and you can visit the local museums and learn about the area’s rich history.

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The Great Outdoors

With an RV rental in Lawton, the closest and most beautiful natural area is Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge. It is located just about half an hour‘s drive from the city, and it has amazing nature with a lot of outdoor recreational opportunities. This wildlife refuge is habitat to many endangered species like bison, elk, wild turkeys, prairie dogs, river otters, and burrowing owls. This is a wonderful place for nature lovers, offering easy access to hiking trails and wildlife viewing.

Quartz Mountain State Park, located on Lake Altus, is only about an hour and twenty minutes’ drive northwest when you book a travel trailer rental in Lawton. This beautiful natural park is ideal for boating, fishing, and skiing. You can also hike on the trails around the lake or enjoy sandy beaches along the shore. Eagle watching is also a popular activity in the park.

Black Kettle National Grasslands is approximately 150 miles from Lawton. It is not as close as other natural areas, but it is a beautiful place worth seeing. This grassland provides a great source of food for local cattle. You will see cattle grazing and windmills pumping water for drinking, cross fences, and livestock ponds. This incredible place shows life as it used to be in the grasslands. Here you can also relax while picnicking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing.

RV Parks near Lawton

When you rent a motorhome in Lawton, there are several RV parks nearby. One of the closest is Buffalo Bob’s RV Park. This park has a lot to offer, from beautiful landscapes to many fishing, hunting, and water sport opportunities very close to the campground. In the park, you will have access to 20/30/50 amp hookups, showers and restrooms, gas grills and picnic tables, a clubhouse, and a laundry room.

Doris Campground is located in the Wichita Mountains and is a beautiful place to stay if you want to be surrounded by nature. All campsites have tables, fire rings, and grills. There are also restrooms, showers, and a dumpster available. Kids will enjoy fun outdoor activities organized for them daily, such as contests, bird sleuth activities, and more.

Slick Hills RV Park is located less than half an hour’s drive north of Lawton, on the shore of Lake Lawtonka. This park has easy access to a boat ramp and is a great place for those who enjoy water sports. They offer full hookups for the Lawton camper rental, a laundry room, restrooms and showers, and a clubhouse. Stay here, and you can enjoy swimming, fishing, and boating.

Exploring the City

The city of Lawton has many annual attractions and festivals organized, including Arts for All Festival, the Prince of Peace play, and more. There are also a few important museums in the city, like Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum, opened in 1934. Here you can see many exhibitions and presentations of interactive interpretations of the military and the social, political, and cultural history of Fort Sill.

The Museum of the Great Plains is a history museum that shows exhibits about the diverse cultures which have inhabited the Great Plains region, starting with the arrival of the Paleo-Indians known as the Clovis culture at approximately 11500 BCE. Here you can join a variety of educational programs year-round. This is a great place to learn about the cultural and natural history of North America.

Visit the waterpark in town for the opportunity to spend some time in the sun and go swimming on a hot summer day. Enjoy swimming pools, a lazy river, water slides, and more. There is an indoor kid’s play area too if you want to take a break from the sun. The waterpark is very popular among locals during the summer months.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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  • Martha Songbird Nature Trail, OKFort Sill, OK
  • Mount Scott Scenic Drive and Overlook, OKLawton, OK
  • Little Baldy Trail, OKWichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge, OK
  • Quanah Parker Trail, OKWichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge, OK
  • Narrows Trail to Boulder Mountain , OKWichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge, OK
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  • Kite Trail to Bison Trail Loop, OKWichita Mountains National Wildlife Refuge, OK
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