King Snake on Arcadia Lake is my go-to site for a quick getaway. If I have a free weekend and the weather is nice I pack my tent and head out. The park is large and spread out. A LOT of Rv's and boats in the main parts of the park but I prefer King Snake for the tent camping. No rv's, limited traffic, and a short walk to a lightly-used bathroom. The sites are large enough for 2 large tents. Tables, hooks, and fire pits in each. Close enough to the city to get anything you may have forgotten to pack. Also, the eastend of the lake is quiet and calm, away from the boats.
I haven’t stayed here overnight, but I’ve been here plenty during the day. I’ve come here for the beach, hammocks good and even photoshoots! It’s gorgeous when it’s lush and green. Definitely be aware of flash flooding- then again… it is Oklahoma…
It’s an awesome spot not too far outside of town!
We have taken our family to Arcadia many times to camp. While it’s close to the city, it feels far away. Lake activities and hiking are available.
Pretty decent campground. You can swim in the lake of course. It’s also close to civilization which makes it a good first camping trip if you’re new to it.
The city of Edmond has gone out of their way to make a great place for the family to hike or ride your bike. Not far from the town, but it feel and smells like the forest. Birds are in abundance.
Very nice camping spot. Easy to find, clean, spacious sites, lots of trees. We loved it.
Flat sites with beautiful views. Hook up’s too!
Arcadia is close to city life and offers everything you could want in a campground. Plenty of spots for both rvs and primitive campers. Showers are available in certain areas. Handicap accessible. Offers two disc golf courses, horseback riding, hiking trails, beaches, boating, fishing, skiing, swimming, sand volleyball.
The fees are a little high, but the campgrounds are easy to access and have excellent access to the lake.
There is firewood available at the campsite both on the ground and for sale.
Several hiking trails available.