State Parks near Oklahoma City, OK

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Arrowhead State Park, OK

124 RV rentals

Arrowhead State Park is located in eastern Oklahoma, equal distance from the cities of Tulsa, OK and Fort Smith, AR. The state park lies on a peninsula jutting out on to Eufaula Lake, one of the largest lakes in all of Oklahoma. The park was constructed in 1965 and acts as a camping retreat for campers who wish to enjoy all the bounties Eufaula Lake has to offer. Arrowhead State Park's nearly one hundred RV camping sites makes it an ideal location to bring an RV rental for a weekend or so. Accessing the lake with a rental RV is made simpler with Highway 69 running from the town of Checotah, OK right down past Arrowhead State Park.

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Chickasaw National Recreation Area, OK

271 RV rentals

Perched along the foothills of the Arbuckle Mountains, south of Sulphur in south-central Oklahoma lies Chickasaw National Recreation Area. Situated roughly 87 miles away from Oklahoma City, this national recreation area is a favorite spot for motorhome camping enthusiasts trying to escape the stress of busy city life. With so many recreational activities on offer in the area, it’s the perfect place to set up base camp for your rental RV. To experience some of Oklahoma’s most sought after tourist attractions, search for an RV in Sulphur, and have a blast doing some state park RV camping.

Formally known as Platt National Park, Chickasaw National Recreation Area preserves the forested hills while protecting the freshwater and mineral springs in …

Fort Cobb State Park, OK

105 RV rentals

Fort Cobb State Park is located in central Oklahoma near the town of Fort Cobb, lying between Oklahoma City and Lawton. This state park lies on the southernmost shores of Fort Cobb Lake, combining the natural beauty of the Oklahoma countryside with the lakeside recreational opportunities of the lake. Whether you seek to leave the land and boat out on the four thousand acre lake or explore the park’s hiking routes and golf courses on foot, Fort Cobb State Park has it all. The park’s closeness to major Oklahoma cities, combined with its local lake and woodlands, both make it the ideal place to visit with a rental RV. Accessing the park with an RV rental is made …

Foss State Park, OK

73 RV rentals

Hidden away in the Great Plains Country of Southwest Oklahoma is the picturesque oasis of Foss State Park. Home to hiking trails, excellent fishing spots, and one of the state’s best sandy beaches, it's well worth paying a visit when you book an RV in Custer County.

Although the park’s location is relatively secluded, it lies just six miles north of Interstate Route 40. Its fantastic connections to this major highway make it’s the perfect motorhome camping escape from the nearby metropolises of Oklahoma City and Amarillo, TX,

Sitting on the southern banks of Foss Reservoir, Foss State Park boasts ample opportunities to get out and about on the water as well as explore the rolling hills and greenery …

Great Plains State Park, OK

64 RV rentals

Great Plains State Park lies in southwestern Oklahoma, near the towns and cities of Lawton, Hobart, and Altus. Great Plains State Park is the perfect combination of mountainous and lakeside recreation. The state park lies in the shadow of the Wichita Mountains, and along the shores of Tom Steed Reservoir. This location makes Great Plains State Park the ideal place for boating, fishing, hiking, and much much more. All this also creates the perfect place to take an RV rental in southwestern Oklahoma. Accessing the park with a rental RV is a simple task as Highway 183 runs directly along the park’s eastern edges.

Rent a camper near Great Plains State Park and explore one of the …

Great Salt Plains State Park, OK

92 RV rentals

Stepping foot into the Great Salt Plains State Park will feel like you've entered into a dream. The huge plains of salt look almost like an ocean; it is easy to forget that you're still in Oklahoma. The salt that coats this barren land has been left over from an ancient ocean that once existed in the area.

The park is often considered one of Oklahoma’s most unique state parks, and it is not hard to see why, when you rent an RV in Alfalfa County. The landscape is pretty barren, just is simply bursting with things to do and see. From boating and swimming to bike riding and crystal digging, the options are endless. In addition to the …

Lake Eufaula State Park, OK

156 RV rentals

Lake Eufaula State Park is located on the shores of the lake that bears its name. It is 14 miles southwest of Checotah, in McIntosh County, Oklahoma. The park lies about 34 miles away from Muskogee. The lake on which the park is built has a water surface of over 100,000 acres. Its breathtaking shoreline has over 12 state parks strewn on it with Lake Eufaula State Park being the most centrally located and the favorite recreational area. It is one of the best parks on the lake and a favorite destination for McIntosh County campers.

The park was formerly called Fountainhead State Park and acquired its current name in 2002. Though it may not have the breathtaking …

Lake Hefner Park, OK

140 RV rentals

Lake Hefner Park can be found in central Oklahoma, just outside the state capital Oklahoma City and near the towns of Edmond and Bethany. The park lies on the shores of Lake Hefner, which also gives the park its name. Lake Hefner itself was constructed in the late 1940s to supply water to Oklahoma City. The park and lake have now become a hotspot for those inner-city campers who wish for a little lakeside recreation not too far from their homes. Lake Hefner Park is the perfect place to boat, fish, and even hike along the park’s many trails. All of this makes it the ideal place to take an RV rental. Accessing the park with a rental RV …

Lake Murray State Park, OK

605 RV rentals

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.

Lake Texoma State Park, OK

568 RV rentals

Lake Texoma State Park is located along the shore of Catfish Bay in Bryan County, Oklahoma. The park is on a lake of the same name. Situated about three miles from Madill and less than six miles from Kingston, this park offers visitors an array of activities to enjoy and is a favorite location for Bryan campers looking to explore the outdoors.

The lake spans over 90,000 acres of surface water and is one of the largest reservoirs in the US. Located at the confluence of the Washita and Red Rivers it was constructed by the US Army Corps Engineers (USACE) in a project that was completed in 1944. Being one of the most popular and most developed lakes …

Lake Thunderbird State Park, OK

168 RV rentals

Located just outside of Oklahoma City, OK and less than two hours away from Tulsa, Lake Thunderbird State Park is one of the most visited state parks in the area. With a large lake at the very center, Lake Thunderbird State Park is suitable for anyone who wishes to have an active camping trip and be close to a large urban zone. Lake Thunderbird was constructed in 1956 to provide the nearby communities with drinking water. The area around the lake soon became a state park thanks to the efforts of the Bureau of Reclamation.

Today, Lake Thunderbird State Park is a popular destination for campers who want to engage in water sports, go fishing, hike the trails, or …

Little River Park, OK

130 RV rentals

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 …

Little Sahara State Park, OK

36 RV rentals

A visit to Little Sahara State Park will give you an insight into the diverse landscape of Oklahoma, as you'll feel like you have stepped straight into the African Desert. The landscape is filled with over 1600 acres of rolling sand dunes just waiting to be explored, with the tallest reaching an impressive 75 feet, drawing people in from miles around to search for an RV in Woods County, OK. These incredible dunes have been forming over the years thanks to the terrace deposit that were left when the Cimmeron Rover flowed through the area.

The nearest town to the state park is Waynoka, located in the northwest of Oklahoma. It was formed in the 1950s and was given …

Mcgee Creek State Park, OK

155 RV rentals

Southeast Oklahoma is a land of gently rolling hills, occasionally dense forests, and pleasant summertime weather. When you book an RV in Atoka County, you’ll be in southeast Oklahoma and can enjoy all the area has to offer, including McGee Creek State Park. A rental motorhome at McGee Creek State Park will place you on the southwest edge of the Ouachita Mountain Range, in a prime location to explore not only the 2,600 acres of McGee Creek State Park but also the surrounding forests and lakes.

There is so much diverse wildlife that is present in the park, and the nearby McGee Creek Natural Scenic Recreation Area further bolsters the chances for outdoor activity while motorhome camping in the …

Osage Hills State Park, OK

154 RV rentals

Located in the heart of Osage Nation, just west of Bartlesville lies Osage Hills State Park, a prime example of some of the natural beauty that Oklahoma contains. The park covers an area of 1100 acres, made up of rocky bluffs, waterways, and thick forest. Lay in the campground at night listening to the cascading waters of Sand Creek Falls or take in the stunning night sky, rent an RV in Osage County for an experience to remember.

The park is steeped in history, going back in history, it was once an Osage Indian settlement before becoming the location for the Civilian Conservation Corps. Many of these buildings are still standing, making it a fascinating place to visit. Any time …

Red Rock Canyon State Park, OK

102 RV rentals

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 …

Roman Nose State Park, OK

99 RV rentals

Roman Nose State Park is a park in Blaine County, Oklahoma near the town of Watonga. The park is named for Chief Henry Roman Nose, a Cheyenne chief from the late 1800s. Chief Roman Nose was a Cheyenne leader who was eventually given an allotment of land in Oklahoma in 1892. Part of his allotment became the state park. Chief Roman Nose died in a canyon in 1917. The land was acquired by the state and became a state park thanks to the efforts of the Civilian Conservation Corps during the Great Depression.

Roman Nose State Park and Blaine County have a semi-arid climate. Winters are cold, and summers are hot. Precipitation is common, but it’s often fairly light. The …

Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, OK

10 RV rentals

Washita Battlefield National Historic Site is a memorial marking the site of the 1868 Battle of Washita. Book an RV rental in Cheyenne, Oklahoma, and you'll be within a few miles of the memorial. Begin your tour of the site with a stop by the visitor center, featuring elevated ceilings and lots of open space. Its design reflects some of the architectural principles used by the Cheyenne in their own dwellings.

Inside the visitor center, you can watch a short video explaining the events that led up to the conflict and view the exhibits showing what would have been used in the battle. Once you've finished this, you can head outside where you'll find a trail that loops through …