Cold Springs campground is within close proximity to Travertine Creek, hiking trails and natural springs.
The most popular attraction for campers at Cold Springs is Bear Falls, which is just across the road. The falls are a favorite swimming area to cool off on hot days. Garfield Falls is another watering hole with easy access.
Cold Springs is a handy campsite for big families, friends and outdoor clubs. The two non-electric group sites are best for tent camping, though small RVs and pop-up campers (less than 20') may fit.
Cold Springs group camp is a first come first serve campground. What is nice is that the self pay station is automated with a credit card machine. This is an awesome feature. It really stinks to show up to a campground, not have enough money, and then have to find an ATM to pay the camp fees. This has happened to me before.
The campsites are decent and set up for tents. The campground is decent but I prefer The Point Campground or Rock Creek to camp in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area.
If you can get used to the rotten eggs smell of Sulfur, Oklahoma then this isn't a bad place to camp. I think we did at some point stop noticing the smell. There are tons of creeks and water holes to play in here. The campgrounds were kind of close together in my opinion and we were also right next to the bathrooms so people were always just walking accross our site. This isn't a great campsite if you are trying to relax and get away, I would more recommend this if you want to take the family somewhere to have fun and play in the water for a weekend.