RThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jul. 25, 2021

Oklahoma at its best

Incredible scenery and wildlife.

We were in site 47-B, which is an area that is near the lake and has electrical.  This particular site has the lake just a few steps from the camp.  These are electrical only sites.  And the water available at the campground was not potable and has been this way since 2017 per a sign.  During reservation, it was noted that bathrooms were not operational, and only self contained RVs were allowed.  That said, there were tent campers when we were there.  Note there is no cellular service in the campground.

We found the sites to be very quiet and spread out.  There are many great sites along the lake edge beyond our loop, but these offered no electrical.  Longhorns were evidenced in our area.  We enjoyed driving over to Prairie Dog town and spending time laughing at their antics.  Since our last visit, their area has really grown and continued to spread out.  We also enjoyed visiting the Environmental Education Center for its trails and pier, as the Center was closed due to COVID.  I think our favorite area is around Rush Lake for its views and waterfalls.  Don't miss the views from atop Mt. Scott.

  • Quannah Parker Dam
  • Trail at Education Center.
  • Spillway behind Crater Lake
  • Quannah Parker Lake near Education Center.
  • Campsite 47, B
Site47, B

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