2016 Forest River Georgetown
2016 Forest River Georgetown
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The southernmost part of the San Bois Mountains is beautifully scenic and rich with exciting outlaw history. In southeast Oklahoma, nestled in the San Bois Mountains, you’ll find Robbers Cave State Park centrally located between Fort Smith, Tulsa, and Oklahoma City.
The Robbers Caves are aptly named due to the Wild West outlaws that took refuge in them back in the late 1800s. In the 1930s, the CCC joined forces with WPA and built Lake Carlton. The state of Oklahoma enhanced the area through the 1980s and '90s to make it what it is today, and in 2002, Robbers Cave State Park fell under the protection of the National Register of Historic Places.
Robbers Cave State Park is over 8,000 acres of hilly and cavernous woodlands, making it perfect for rock climbers, hikers, and mountain bikers. There are also three lakes to choose from if you're looking to do a bit of fishing or swimming on your trip. Book an RV in Latimer County and you'll be exploring the caves in no time.
The main attraction for Robbers Cave State Park campers are undoubtedly the caves. The entire park is speckled with caves that are open to the public for prospecting. Visitors travel from across the country to get up close and personal with these naturally occurring formations. Many visitors use this landscape for rappelling, rock climbing, and hiking.
RV campers at Robbers Cave State Park will find several multi-use trails to traverse. The park's 25 miles of trails vary in difficulty from easy to hard. If you have a happy pup that likes the great outdoors, you’re in luck. All of the park's trails are dog-friendly as long as your dog stays on a leash.
After a day of hiking in the Oklahoma sun, make sure to grab your swimwear from the motorhome camper and head up to Lake Carlton, Lake Wayne, or Coon Creek. Due to Oklahoma's desert climate, the water is always going to be a comfortable temperature for a large portion of the year. If there's an angler in your group, this area is great for catching largemouth bass, rainbow trout, sunfish, and channel catfish.
If you’re looking to do a bit of RV camping at Robbers Cave State Park, you'll have no trouble finding what you need. This park provides RV campers with 22 RV sites with full hookups and 67 sites with water and electrical hookups with 30- and 50-amp service. This park has all the creature comforts of home. It comes equipped with dump stations, picnic areas, pull-through sites, restrooms, and showers. There's even an outdoor pool and a gift shop so you can take home a bit of memorabilia.
Additional camping options at Robbers Cave State Park include primitive tent sites, yurts, fully equipped cabins, a lakeside hut, and a lodge. Your pets are more than welcome in the park as long as they are well-behaved and follow the park rules.
Had enough of the great outdoors? You’re only about a two-and-a-half-hour drive from the state capital, Oklahoma City. Check out the OKC Civic Center’s schedule and see what's playing. If there isn’t a musical act or play on the stage, you’re likely to find world-class talent from the likes of the Oklahoma City Ballet, OKC Broadway, or OKC Philharmonic.
Maybe you’re a thrillseeker ready for a day of whipping through the air on a roller coaster. Visit the Frontier City Theme Park in Oklahoma City, the area’s only Wild West themed amusement park. Get your adrenaline pumping on one of their thrilling rides, laugh along with the live entertainment, or cool off in its very own water park: Wild West Water Works. There's something for the whole family to do at the Frontier City Theme Park.
Thinking of heading east instead? Fayetteville, AR is only two and a half hours northeast of Robbers Cave State Park. This college town is packed with places to eat, shops to enjoy, and things to do. If you happen to be there in the summertime, head to Gulley Park for the Summer Concert Series. Sit in the grass and soak up the sun along with the tunes. Whether you’re into live country music, gospel, blues, or DJ dance beats, the Gulley Park Summer Concert Series has you covered.
Before you get too far out of the park, make sure to stop in Wilburton to fill up your tank. Once you’re set up, US-270 is only a few minutes away. Then, hop on the pavement and see where the road takes you.