Robbers Cave State Park
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hello_casita would stay here again
“A decent campground with lots of activities in Oklahoma”
Reviewed Sep 11, 2016
This overall campground property is huge. We were there over Labor day weekend and it felt peaceful and not any more crowded than any other weekend at a state park.
Reservations: We stayed here over Labor Day weekend. When I looked online a few weeks before arrival, the reservation site said they were full. When I phoned them, they had plenty of sites available. They said it's better to book over the phone then online.
They take the first night's reservation + $8 reservation fee at the time of reservation. You can't pick your site over the phone, but you can put in a request. They assign sites the Sunday before arrival.
You want to stay in Old Circle Campground. It's more private than Whispering Pines and the sites are larger. We liked our site (24) because it was a pull-thru and offered a larger "backyard" for the dogs. Site 32 also looked like an awesome spot. Sites are all paved and pretty level.
-Hiking: the best hike is at Robbers Cave itself. Lots of boulders to climb on and you get a great view at the top.
-Kayaking: We don't have kayaks (yet!), but this place really, really made me wish we did. There are several lakes and rivers to choose from in the area.
-Feed the mini-horses!
-They also have a pool, disc golf, mini golf, but we didn't partake
-My Verizon iPhone 6 had no service, but our Verizon mi-fi (791L-46B1) had 1 bar LTE and we were able to stream Netflix all weekend
Oh - and watch out for skunks, raccoons and TARANTULAS at your campsite!
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
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