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Cooper Lake feels secluded. Lots of trees with a beautiful lake and well maintained hiking trails. It’s close enough to the Dallas area to be convenient, but never feels crowded.
Half of the campground is an equestrian camp. There are great hiking trails and beautiful views. Good shady spots.
We had two kids with us and we loved walking around the campground and seeing all the horses! But remember it will also smell like them so camp on that side at your own risk.
We had a weekend off and decided to book something last minute and it was kinda crap. There are no trees at the rv sites, they are on an incline and very narrow rows so it’s super hard to park. There is no beach access but there is a boat launch. The park is pretty nice but I wouldn’t go in the…
We camp here multiple times every summer. It’s very clean with lots of trees. Decent beach access but it’s texoma so don’t expect too much lol Great fishing set back in the cove and next to the dam.
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Great park, busy boat ramp, cool day use/swim area and cool things happened on the trails! Ill come back to camp!
Seems to be the newer (or newly renovated unit) with a ton of camping options! Sits seemed close together but sections were really spread out! Enjoyed the inner-active trail and the fishing pier at the day use area! Really cool playground area bear the swimming area.
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The older of the two units, buildings were still in good shape, the trails were good, a lot of deer to be seen! Best SP store Ive ever been too. I cant wait to go back!
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Spent one night here on our way to Tulsa. Our back-in site was a little tight but manageable. We had to disconnect because it was not long enough for trailer and truck. We parked the truck sideways in the entrance to our site. It had a picnic table and fire ring. The pad was asphalt and had a…
The Campground is secluded in The Grassland National Forest.
Great bass fishing.
We stayed here in October at an RV site right on the water. It didn’t have a sewer hookup, which was kind of disappointing but we made it work. We took a nice hike and took the boat out for the day. Bathrooms could use an update but that’s par for the course in Oklahoma.
Great little spot tucked into the trees. Was a tad cold but got to hike the whole park in a day really. All flat minus some small slopes. Camp grounds are nice and well maintained. Nice facilities and plenty of area to fish your heart out. Would recommend bringing some sort of heater during the…
We don't stay at too many TX State Parks because of the added day use fee. We decided on this park due to its proximity to family in this area. The site was level and on a concrete pad with a parking spot right next to it. We did have a neighbor, so the space between us was fair. Our cell signal…
Burns Run West is a nice camp ground on the Oklahoma side of Texoma. The bathrooms could use a little attention (still cleaner than some places!) and our site was missing the fire ring, other than that it wasn’t terrible. The sites are a little too close to each other for our taste so you can hear…
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Platter Flats is usually quiet. It's been our favorite campsite for years because of this. We've always been able to find and open spot with a nice view.
Park location is ideal Lake is beautiful many big trees! But roads are terrible, spaces are unlevel, with no uniform length! As usual for Thousand Trails never enough 50amp hookups. There was suppose to be a laundry, no laundry.! There is a propane station, but no one is licensed to operate it!…