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Red Rock Canyon State Park is located just south of the small town of Hinton, OK, in the west-central part of the state. The nearest larger town is Weatherford, which is around 25 miles to the west. Oklahoma City, the state's capital, and its large metro area is situated less than 60 miles to the east.

This portion of Oklahoma is quite rural, and most of it is characterized by the flat, agricultural land this region is known for. This canyon, however, offers more trees as they grow on the banks of the creek that cuts through the middle of the recreation area. This site is also called an "Adventure Park" as there are so many fun things to do here. These include hiking and water-based sports, on the creek.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at Red Rock Canyon State Park will give you the opportunity to engage in many different activities. There are many hiking trails available throughout the park. These will vary based on how long they are and their difficulty level. Some are easier and cooler as they stick to the bottom of the canyon, where it's more shaded. They also offer opportunities to dip your hot feet in the nearby creek. Other trails traverse the rim of the canyon. These are more difficult, and visitors should expect less shade with these options.

There's plenty of other fun things to do at the park, other than hiking. Fishing and swimming spots are available along the nearby creek. When the water level is high enough, you can even explore it with a canoe or kayak. There are also numerous places where you can set up a picnic lunch. There is also a swimming pool and splash pad to help you escape the summer heat, as well as playgrounds for the kids. This area is also known for its rock-climbing opportunities.

There are some other interesting locales available nearby. The Wind Energy Park has the blade of a wind turbine on display. Information is offered regarding this type of renewable energy, as well as how the large turbines are built. You can also visit Fort Reno in El Reno, which is just down the road. Some original buildings from the fort have been preserved and are available for touring. There is also a National Calvary Museum found on site.

Camping at Red Rock Canyon State Park

It's easy to enjoy camping with an RV at Red Rock Canyon State Park. There are several campgrounds within the park boundaries, and more dot the surrounding area.

There are some RV sites offered at each of the campgrounds. They can be reserved up to two days ahead of time, and some may be available on a first-come, first-served basis. They provide a variety of hookups, as well as bathrooms and showers. The campgrounds are also open year-round.

Tinsley's Old 66 Highway RV Park is in Weatherford. This place got its name as the famous road, Route 66, used to come through this area. The campground offers sites with hookups that can accommodate almost any size of RV. Some of the spots are shaded, as well. As this area provides easy access to fun places to visit and the nearby interstate, many people enjoy RV camping at Red Rock Canyon State Park, so finding services should be no problem.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Caddo County, you will find there are plenty of fun things to do nearby. The Hinton Historical Museum is found in that town. The history and culture of this agricultural-based area is highlighted here. Items showcased include large exhibits for Model T's, buggies, and even barbed wire! Some information on the wagon trains that came through the region, in the past, is highlighted as well. State park RV camping makes it easy to reach this attraction, and others found in the local area.

There are several museums in nearby Weatherford as well. The Stafford Air and Space Museum offers exhibits that give information on the development of space flight. They range from the first flights the Wright Brothers took to current rockets and satellites, as well as some future missions that are planned. Tour recreations of small-town, pioneer life at the Heartland of America Museum. These include a one-room schoolhouse, a diner, and a barn. Artifacts from this area's heyday are featured.

Should you be interested in games of chance, there are some casinos in town. These include both the Sugar Creek Casino and Casino Oklahoma. In addition to card games and slot machines, these also offer shows, such as musical acts. There are shops available as well, and restaurants, if you find yourself hungry.

When you've been looking for a fun place to vacation, where there are all sorts of unique things to do, consider camping at Red Rock Canyon State Park. Take a hike through the canyon, try your luck at a nearby casino or learn about the local area from a museum tour. Camp in an RV near Hinton and enjoy your time in the Sooner State!

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