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Top Pet-Friendly Camping near Kaw Lake

Are you planning a camping trip to Kaw Lake with your dog? We've got you covered. The Dyrt can help you find the best campsites for you and your dog. You're sure to find the perfect pet-friendly campsite for your Oklahoma camping excursion.

Best Pet-Friendly Camping Sites Near Kaw Lake, OK (5)

    Camper-submitted photo from Osage Cove - Kaw Lake
    Camper-submitted photo from Osage Cove - Kaw Lake
    Camper-submitted photo from Osage Cove - Kaw Lake
    Camper-submitted photo from Osage Cove - Kaw Lake
    Camper-submitted photo from Osage Cove - Kaw Lake
    Camper-submitted photo from Osage Cove - Kaw Lake

    1.

    Osage Cove - Kaw Lake

    5 Reviews
    10 Photos
    4 Saves
    Ponca City, Oklahoma

    Overview

    Osage Cove is a large campground situated along the banks of Kaw Lake in north central Oklahoma. Most of the campsites here are shaded and some of the area's best hiking and fishing is available on the grounds.

    Recreation

    Osage Cove provides ideal conditions for anglers, offering excellent bank fishing as well as a designated fishing dock and boat ramp area below the dam in the Arkansas River. The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from Burbank Landing to the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Facilities

    Osage Cove Campground offers 97 campsites with modern amenities like electric hookups, drinking water and flush toilets, including three large group campsites that can accommodate up to 50 guests each. A boat ramp provides easy access to the lake.

    Natural Features

    The lake covers 17,000 surface acres and has 168 miles of shoreline. Completed in 1976, the dam and lake help provide a recreational oasis for outdoor enthusiasts of all types.

    Nearby Attractions

    The area holds a number of historical sites, including several Native American settlements, archeological sites and the Pioneer Woman Museum.

    contact_info

    For facility specific information, please call (580) 762-9408.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Group

    $125 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Coon Creek Cove
    Camper-submitted photo from Coon Creek Cove
    Camper-submitted photo from Coon Creek Cove
    Camper-submitted photo from Coon Creek Cove
    Camper-submitted photo from Coon Creek Cove
    Camper-submitted photo from Coon Creek Cove

    2.

    Coon Creek Cove

    3 Reviews
    6 Photos
    2 Saves
    Ponca City, Oklahoma

    Overview

    Coon Creek Campground is situated on a peninsula that juts out over Kaw Lake in north central Oklahoma. The campground is rural, quiet and wooded, providing both sunny and shaded sites with plenty of scenic lake views.

    Recreation

    The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from Burbank Landing to the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Facilities

    Coon Creek offers 54 campsites with modern amenities like electric hookups, drinking water and flush toilets. A boat ramp provides easy access to the lake.

    Natural Features

    The lake covers 17,000 surface acres and has 168 miles of shoreline. Completed in 1976, the dam and lake help provide a recreational oasis for outdoor enthusiasts of all types.

    Nearby Attractions

    The area holds a number of historical sites, including several Native American settlements, archeological sites and the Pioneer Woman Museum.

    contact_info

    For local information, please call (580) 362-2466 or call (580) 762-5611 for general information.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • RVs
    • Tents

    $26 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Sarge Creek
    Camper-submitted photo from Sarge Creek
    Camper-submitted photo from Sarge Creek
    Camper-submitted photo from Sarge Creek
    Camper-submitted photo from Sarge Creek
    Camper-submitted photo from Sarge Creek

    3.

    Sarge Creek

    3 Reviews
    9 Photos
    5 Saves
    Burbank, Oklahoma

    Overview

    Sarge Creek Campground is situated along the banks of Kaw Lake in north central Oklahoma. Most of the campsites here are shaded and visitors looking to camp with their horses or ride Kaw Lakes Five Fingers Equestrian Trail, will find Sarge Creek Campground to be very accommodating.

    Recreation

    The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area to Burbank Landing. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Facilities

    The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area to Burbank Landing. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Natural Features

    The lake covers 17,000 surface acres and has 168 miles of shoreline. Completed in 1976, the dam and lake help provide a recreational oasis for outdoor enthusiasts of all types.

    Nearby Attractions

    The area holds a number of historical sites, including several Native American settlements, archeological sites and the Pioneer Woman Museum.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • RVs
    • Tents

    $125 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Washunga Bay
    Camper-submitted photo from Washunga Bay

    4.

    Washunga Bay

    1 Review
    2 Photos
    1 Save
    Burbank, Oklahoma

    Overview

    Washunga Bay Campground is situated along the banks of Kaw Lake in north central Oklahoma.

    Recreation

    The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from Burbank Landing to the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Facilities

    The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from Burbank Landing to the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Natural Features

    The lake covers 17,000 surface acres and has 168 miles of shoreline. Completed in 1976, the dam and lake help provide a recreational oasis for outdoor enthusiasts of all types.

    Nearby Attractions

    The area holds a number of historical sites, including several Native American settlements, archeological sites and the Pioneer Woman Museum.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $22 - $24 / night

    Camper-submitted photo from Bear Creek Cove

    5.

    Bear Creek Cove

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    1 Photo
    6 Saves
    Ponca City, Oklahoma

    Overview

    Bear Creek Cove Campground is situated along the banks of Kaw Lake in north central Oklahoma.

    Recreation

    The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from Burbank Landing to the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Facilities

    The lake and river are known for producing some of Oklahoma's largest catfish, as well as crappie, white bass and walleye, making it a popular destination for anglers. Hikers and horseback riders are attracted to the beautiful trails along the eastern shore. The Eagle View Hiking Trail is approximately 12 miles long and runs between Osage Cove and Burbank Landing. The Five Fingers Equestrian Trail extends from Burbank Landing to the Sarge Creek Cove Public Use Area. Hunters' skills are tested with excellent populations of whitetail deer, turkey, quail, rabbit and squirrel. During the fall waterfowl seasons Kaw Lake often attracts large numbers of migrating ducks and geese. During the winter visitors are likely to spot migrating bald eagles, as Kaw Lake has one of the biggest populations in the state.

    Natural Features

    The lake covers 17,000 surface acres and has 168 miles of shoreline. Completed in 1976, the dam and lake help provide a recreational oasis for outdoor enthusiasts of all types.

    Nearby Attractions

    The area holds a number of historical sites, including several Native American settlements, archeological sites and the Pioneer Woman Museum.

    • Pets
    • Fires
    • Electric Hookups
    • RVs
    • Tents
    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $18 / night


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