The Point Campground is located at the fun-filled Lake of the Arbuckles, which is considered a recreational oasis in south-central Oklahoma.
As part of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, the Point impresses visitors with its diversity of natural resources. The area's unique plants, spring waters and geological formations are unlike any in the surrounding territory.
Explore the prairie-landscape for a chance to see bison, white-tailed deer, opossum, gophers or black-tailed jackrabbits.
Hikers, birdwatchers and wildflower enthusiasts enjoy exploring this diverse ecosystem.
The streams and lakes cater to boaters, swimmers, and anglers, and the Multi-Use Trail is enjoyable for hikers, bikers and horseback riders.
Hunting is also permitted in varying seasons.
The Point offers more amenities than most of its neighboring campsites, including electric and water hookups. It's great for RV, trailer or tent camping.
Chickasaw lies in a zone where the eastern deciduous forest and western prairies converge. The park's flora and fauna represent both environments, as well as a unique transition environment. Lake of the Arbuckles is the largest lake in the park covering 2,350 acres.
Try Little Niagara, a favorite freshwater swimming hole.
The Travertine Nature Center is a wonderful resource to view nature exhibits, meet live animals on display and listen to rangers' presentations.
If visitors are in need of supplies, groceries or boat rentals, head to the neighboring city of Sulphur.
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I just spent two days at this campground and really enjoyed it. Clean bathrooms and campsites, nice neighbors and plenty to do. Swimming is plentiful and the campground host was present and friendly. Can’t wait to go again!
I really liked the Point Campground in the Chickasaw National Recreation Area. There are great walk-in campsites. They are not far from the parking lot but they have great shade and nice level platforms for your tent. If you have a hammock there are great trees for hanging out.
There are great camper and RV sites with electricity. The bathrooms are modern but could be kept a little cleaner. That is why I didn't give it 5 stars.
The lake is beautiful and there are several campsites along the lake with awesome views. The scenery and hiking trails make this a great stop.
The place is picture perfect. Up on a hill, lots of trees for shade, great fire pits and tables, very well kept. The lake is nice cool water year round, and clear. I love my time in the Arbuckle wilderness, lots to do. You can boat, hike, trail ride, got into town and go to the Cultural Center, Little Niagara isn't very far.