Oklahoma in a state of endless opportunities for the RV enthusiast. Home to 12 different ecosystems, Oklahoma provides something for everyone, whether they prefer mountains, lakes, rolling plains, or flats. Warm summers provide a great environment for outdoor fun and recreation.
Northeastern Oklahoma, or as it is referred to by the locals, “Green Country”, is home to over 20 small RV parks. For those who enjoy smaller camp grounds with lots of water sports, Lake Ft. Gibson, Greenleaf Lake, and Eucha Lake provide both primitive and modern campsites, along with swim beaches, playgrounds, fishing and boat docks, boat rentals, and miles of both hiking and equestrian trails. For the small RV camper who prefers a larger camp ground, Lake Tenkiller, Grand Lake, and Skiatook Lake provide wooded and lake shore camping areas along with shopping, marinas, swimming pools, and golfing.
For those wishing to travel a bit farther south, Southeast Oklahoma is home to the 15th largest lake in the United States, Lake Eufaula. Small RV campers can enjoy the over 600 miles of shore line and over 102,200 acres of park that includes golfing, swimming, horseshoes, playgrounds, and trails. Other Lakes in the area such as Lake Texoma, Cedar Lake, and Broken Bow Lake are famous for their beauty in late Summer and early Autumn, when the lush forests turn into a show of fiery colors.
Located in Southwestern Oklahoma, Lake Altus-Lugart, which provides camping, fishing and swimming is located next to Quartz Mountain. This geological rarity made of granite and quartz peaks at 2040 feet above sea level. The Quartz Mountain Nature Park is home to a nature center, group and single small RV campgrounds, mini-golf, paddle boats, and a riding stable. For campers wishing to step back in time, and take a ride on a real passenger train, The Quartz Mountain Flyer Train provides two hour round trips, with a 30 minute stop over in Lone Wolf.
Northwestern Oklahoma is a great place for small RV campers looking for a unique travel experience. Great Salt Plains Lake, located north of Jet, Oklahoma, is a pure salt water lake, which lays along salt flats. Fishing, boating, and swimming are just the beginning of activities available. Campers enjoy digging for crystals, and enjoying the unique landscape along one of the hiking or equestrian trail provided in Great Salt Lake State Park. RV owners can enjoy single or group camps.