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Boiling Springs State Park, OK

Boiling Springs State Park, Oklahoma

Boiling Springs is one of Oklahoma's first state park facilities, having been built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. The park is named for one of several natural springs which occur within the park. At one time these springs had the appearance of "boiling" as the sandy-bottomed spring was churned with the strong inflow of subsurface water. The spring nearest to the park office currently produces about 30 gallons of water per minute. This is about one-third its volume in past years. One possible reason for this reduced flow is the increased withdrawal of subsurface, or ground water, for farm irrigation outside the park.

The 820-acre park provides a variety of recreational opportunities. Park facilities include cabins, two group camps, picnic and camping sites, a swimming pool, hiking trails and a four acre lake, Lake Shaul, although small, offers vacationers some of the most beautiful shoreline in the state.

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Boiling Springs State Park Camping

Boiling Springs Campgrounds
Boiling Springs CampgroundsOpen Year Round - Boiling Springs has two designated campgrounds. Assigned Campground Area #3 offers RV sites with electric and water hookups - groups may reserve campsites in advance.

Campground Area #4, offers RV sites with electric, water, and sewer hookups. In addition, Campground #4 has unimproved tent sites available.

There is a comfort station with heated showers in each campground. Both campgrounds have sanitary dump stations.

SWIMMING - The park's swimming pool, complete with change house and snack bar, is open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Hours of operation and rates are posted in the park office.

PICNICKING - The park has over 150 picnic tables and grills scattered throughout the park for public use and three group picnic pavilions with electricity, grills and water.

Boiling Springs State Park Cabins

Boiling Springs Cabins
Boiling Springs CabinsBoiling Springs State Park offers four one-bedroom guest cabins; each will sleep up to four people. All cabins have living areas and kitchens furnished with dishes, cookware, flatware, coffee pot, linens, and cleaning supplies. All cabins have fireplaces and televisions, but do not have telephones.

GROUP CAMPS - Groups have the choice of two different camps at Boiling Springs. Camp#1 will accommodate up to 150 overnight guests. Group Camp #2, located near the lake and pool, will accommodate 125. Both camps have fully-equipped kitchens with air-conditioned/heated dining halls, and comfort stations with heated showers. Reservations are accepted one year in advance.

Boiling Springs State Park Trails

Boiling Springs Hiking Trails
Boiling Springs State Park offers three trails for the enthusiast. The Burma Road Trail, approximately 11/2 miles long, is used by both hikers and bicyclists. River Road Trail is one mile long and the Chisholm Trail, an interpretive trail, is 1 3/4 miles.

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