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Perched in the prairies of Moore, OK, a short drive from Norman, and about 13 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City, lies Little River State Park. Arguably the best-looking park in central Oklahoma, this park is a popular point of interest among the local motorhome camping enthusiasts. To get the most out of your vacation, book an RV in Norman and make lifelong memories camping with an RV at Little River Park.
Situated just a short distance away from the state capital, Little River State Park is a haven for recreational activities and swimming. The park also sits close to other attractions like the Little River and the Lake Stanley Draper, making it a popular getaway spot for Oklahoma City residents and visitors as well due to the vast range of fun stuff to do. Hop right into the action, rent a camper near Little River Park and have fun RV camping at state parks.
When RV camping at Little River Park, family fun is a major hit here. Featuring a pirate-themed splash pad and slides, this park is without any doubt every family’s destination. Boating is another popular activity here. If you'd like to explore the deep blue waters, rent a boat at the Lake Stanley Draper Marina and have a buzz paddling across the gorgeous lake. Water skiing, jet skiing, and sailing are also common at the lake.
Just like many Oklahoma parks, fishing is another recreational activity you can partake. The neighboring Lake Thunderbird and Lake Stanley Draper are teeming with a wide variety of fish, so bring along a fishing rod in your rental RV. While angling, some of the fish to look out for include crappie, sunfish, and bass. Bear in mind that adults need to obtain a city fishing permit, as well as an Oklahoma fishing license.
Even though there’s a short walking path at the park where you can stroll, how about mixing it up with some wildlife watching and hunting? The neighboring Lexington Wildlife Management Area is the place to go hunting whenever you're camping at Little River Park. The management area also has a public shooting range to work on your accuracy. Culture seekers can attend some of Norman’s festivals like the Norman Music Festival and the annual May Fair Arts Festival at Andrews Park.
When interested in urban camping, the Road Runner RV Park could be one of the places to consider. The pull-thru sites that are set on concrete are large enough to accommodate even the biggest of travel trailers. Besides full hookups, other amenities include restrooms, WiFi, and showers. This RV park even has emergency tornado shelters. The Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum is a stone’s throw away from the park.
The Oklahoma City East KOA in Choctaw is another option if spacious campsites are appealing. This rustic campground has shaded pull-thru gravel sites graced with full hookups. Campers also get access to laundry facilities and fire pits. Other amenities include a gift store and a snack bar. Bring your kids, as well as your furry friends. When state park RV camping here, you’ll enjoy recreational activities such as swimming in the pool, hiking on the nature trails, and riding on the seasonal weekend’s barrel train.
Don’t pack up your Oklahoma City campers and drive off without checking out even more attractions beyond the park’s boundaries. The Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, which is located at the University of Oklahoma, is a must-visit whenever you’re in the area. This museum has numerous dinosaur fossils and other ancient remnants that enable visitors to understand the world through collection-based research. At the same campus sits the Fred Jones Jr Museum of Art, which contains several paintings from different local artists.
Soak up the area history by hopping into the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City. At this museum, the vibrant Western history, art, and culture are well demonstrated. Follow it up with a trip to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, where the whole family will get an insight into the importance of human rights. Art fanatics will love viewing the extensive collection of colorful Dale Chihuly’s glass sculptures at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
After an incredible tour of the museums, take a short drive to the Oklahoma City Zoo. This zoo, which occupies 119 acres of land, is a refuge to more than 1900 species of animals, including giraffes, ostriches, and gazelles. The zoo has a vast botanical garden where the family can admire the lovely flora. If you’ve got some time to spare, enjoy a water taxi cruise at the Bricktown Canal or take a sightseeing bus around the historic Bricktown. Afterward, whisk your better half off to a romantic walk at the Myriad Botanical Gardens.
The best way to counter the hot weather is by taking a dip in the cool waters at the Andy Alligators Fun Park and Water Park. Featuring thrilling waterslides, mini-golf courses, and bumper cars, this amusement park is one of the best spots for a family hangout. Should you be the kind of a visitor who loves gaming, wind up your day playing your favorite table or electronic game at the Newcastle Casino in Newcastle. The casino also has a restaurant where the whole family can enjoy a hearty meal.