This recreation area is part of Broken Bow Lake
Many flock to Broken Bow for their cabins and beautiful outdoor spaces. What better way to take advantage of those spaces than with a trip to Carson Creek!!
Carson Creek is a bit removed from the State Park access points and with that comes a unique charm which is fun for the family without quite the large crowds which sometimes can bottleneck into the State Parks.
There are three camping areas at Carson Creek, referred to as Quail, Turkey and Hawk. Both Quail and Turkey allow you to set up in an RV for $16 while Hawk is designed for primitive camping and is only $8. The sites cannot be reserved so much like other portions of the lake I do recommend arriving early on weekends during warmer months.
The camp offers great amenities for those camping here including standards such as fire rings and picnic tables and access to restrooms. Additionally they do have community style events at the campground which are nice for those visiting.
My favorite point of this campground was the access to the water. From the shore you can easily fish, swim or put a small boat in the water to explore.
The town of Hoochatown is just a short drive from this campsite and has everything you will need for supplies as well as some very fun and unique attractions to even further your experience. I spent an entire afternoon at the Hoochatown Petting Zoo enjoying the wildlife which includes a variety of species you won't find just everywhere.
A great way to spend a day, a weekend of a week away with a bit less crowds.
There are so many camp areas right at waters edge. Electric water showers restrooms and greywater discharge available. 10-15 from store and nice dining!