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  • Robber's Cave Fishing

    Robber's Cave FishingFishing is popular in the park's three lakes - Lake Carlton, Lake Wayne Wallace, and Coon Creek Lake. Catches include largemouth bass, black and white crappie, perch, bluegill, sunfish, and catfish. T...
    Robber's Cave Fishing

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Robber's Cave SP Cabins

Tucked into the woods at Robber's Cave State Park are 26 rustic cabins. 19 are designed to sleep four people. Eight of these cabins are duplexes (two connecting)

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Robber's Cave SP Nature Trails

Trails which lead through the short-leaf pine forest appeal to birders and other nature lovers. Robbers Cave is home to cardinals, chickadees, titmice, bluejays and other Oklahoma songbirds. Careful observers may catch a glimpse of the park'

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Robber's Cave SP Rock Climbing

There are many ideal rock climbing/rappelling areas at Robber's Cave State Park along with hiking, backpacking, and horseback riding trails. The adjoining wildlife area contains over 25 miles of trails (many are closed during hunting seasons)

, OK Rappelling

Robber's Cave SP Equestrian Trails

For those who want to explore on horseback, Robbers Cave State Park has nearly 50

, OK Equestrian

Robber's Cave Fishing

Fishing is popular in the park's three lakes - Lake Carlton, Lake Wayne Wallace, and Coon Creek Lake. Catches include largemouth bass, black and white crappie, perch, bluegill, sunfish, and catfish. The record fish is a 12 pound, five ounce largemouth bass caught in 1997. From November 1

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Things to do near , OK

Fire Lookout

The Carter Mountain Tower is a fire lookout station you can visit. It provides a panaramic view of the entire mountian area....

Rainbow Girls International Headquarters

The International Order Of The Rainbow For Girls Temple Headquarters houses mementoes of rainbow founder, Reverend W. Mark Se...

Robber's Cave SP Lodge

Brand-new Belle Starr Lodge blends into its hilltop setting with its green-stained wood construction and tree trunk pillars. ...

Battle of the J.R. Williams

Tamaha is the site of the only civil war naval battle fought in Oklahoma. - Confederate Indian forces, led by Cherokee Br...