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Quartz Mountain Resort Park, OK

Quartz Mountain Resort Park, Oklahoma

Quartz Mountain Resort Park covers 4300 acres that overlook Lake Altus-Lugert. It was established in 1937 and is one of Oklahoma's original seven state parks. Many facilities had been constructed by the CCC during the 1930s. Its acreage includes granite mountains as well as a wooded and sandy shoreline. The North Fork of the Red River also flows through the southern part of the park.

Quartz Mountain Resort Park is a very popular recreation destination, offering visitors spectacular scenery, a multi-million dollar resort lodge, adventurous hiking opportunities, fishing and water sports, swimming, picnicking, camping, paddle boating, canoeing, photography and bird-watchering, off-road vehicle and motorcycling opportunities, festivals, bazaars, performing arts programs, and 18 hole golf.

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Quartz Mountain Resort Park Resorts

Quartz Mountain Resort Lodge
Quartz Mountain Resort LodgeThe Quartz Mountain Resort stands amid the glorious granite boulders of the Wichita Mountains. Its setting and state-of-the-art renovations make the Quartz Mountain Resort an ideal spot for both business and leisure travelers. The new lodge boasts a western lodge look and is constructed of native stone and pine logs blend with the rustic mountain surroundings. The lodge has 120 rooms, deluxe suites and full conference facilities. The resort offers an indoor/outdoor swimming pool.

The weary find peace in the serene setting of Quartz Mountain Resort and full service amenities. The outdoor enthusiast can hike, explore biking trails, play an 18-hole golf course, fish, and enjoy water sports and naturalist programs. Engaged couples, tour groups and business conferences can find experienced meeting and wedding coordinators on hand and a wide range of meeting rooms that accommodate six to 700 guests. Additional cabins are available for rent as well ideal for families or larger travel groups.

The Performing Arts Center located across the inlet from the lodge is a 700 seat performance hall adding to the arts and conferencing facilities like none other in the world!

Quartz Mountain Resort Park Cabins

Quartz Mountain Resort Cabins
Quartz Mountain offers cabin accommodations. Eight of our cabins have two bedrooms, fireplaces and kitchenettes, plus a Murphy bed in the living area. They can sleep up to six people comfortably. One of our cabins, our newest addition, three-bedroom, offers sleeping accommodations for up to eight people and is furnished with a full kitchen, two full bathrooms and a fireplace. For large groups, Mountainview Bunkhouse accommodates up to 64 with two full-size kitchens and four restroom facilities. There is also a common room for social gathering and/or group meetings.

Quartz Mountain Resort Park Camping

Quartz Mountain Camping
Quartz Mountain CampingCampers and picnickers will find 237 picnic tables, 5 group picnic shelters, 1 enclosed group shelter, 20 modern RV sites w/ all hookups, 101 sites w/ water & electric, and 99 regular campsites w/ no utilities. There are also 8 comfort stations (5 with showers), 2 swimming beaches, a volleyball court, a mini golf course, 8 playgrounds, a paddleboat and canoe rental, 2 grocery stores w/deli and gift shops, snacks, bait & tackle, 5 boat ramps , a Group Camp facility for up to 125 persons, a private group facility for 64 persons, an amphitheatre (seats 665) and performing arts pavilions (the Oklahoma Arts Institute offers summer and fall programs), Restaurant, and a Visitor/Nature Center.

Camping - Open Year Round

  • Cabins - 8 two-bedroom cottages which will sleep six each and 6 one-bedroom cottages which will sleep four each. All cottages have kitchenettes and fireplaces. In addition, Mountain View Dormitory will accommodate groups of up to 64 persons.

  • Campground A - 20 paved campsites with electric, water, and sewage hookups. Located near shelter #3.

  • Campground B - 17 graveled campsites with electric and water hookups. Located near the grocery store and a comfort station.

  • Campground C - 10 paved campsites with electric and water hookups. Located near Shelter #1 and a comfort station.

  • Campground D - 6 graveled campsites with electric and water hookups. Located on River Road Drive

  • Campground E - 5 paved"preferred" campsites (three are handicap accessible) with electric and water hookups. Located near Shelter #3.

  • River Road Campground -Unimproved area with picnic tables for tent camping. Water faucets are located throughout the area.


  • Campground Area 1 - 34 graveled campsites with electric and water hookups. Located on the north shore of the lake near the grocery store, Shelter #4, and a comfort station.

  • Campground Area 2 - 26 graveled campsites and one handicap accessible paved campsite, each with electric and water hookups. Located on the north shore near Shelter #5 and a comfort station (handicap accessible).

  • Comfort Stations - 8 stations are located throughout the park, near to or in campgrounds. Comfort Stations with showering facilities are located near Campgrounds B and C and inside Campground Areas 1 and 2.

SWIMMING - Two swimming beaches are located in the park - one near Campground A and the other in Area 3 on the north shore of the lake. An outdoor pool (fee activity) is located next to the lodge facility and is open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.

Quartz Mountain Resort Park Hiking Trails

Quartz Mountain Trails
Quartz Mountain TrailsTwo hiking trails are located near the park office. The New Horizon Trail, a rugged 1/2 mile path, explores the habitats of the mountain and takes the hiker 3/4 of the way up the mountain. Many scenic views of the surrounding countryside can be seen and photographed along the trail. Another trail takes the hiker along a 1/4 mile wooded bottomland stream path where bird and animal signs are abundant.

Quartz Mountain Resort Park Wildlife Viewing

Quartz Mountain Wildlife Viewing
Quartz Mountain Park forms a great rocky nest: a buffer zone between the eastern and western United states sheltering a variety of species of plants and animals from both regions. Huge turkey buzzards circle in the air columns over the mountains, and deer graze along the roadside. The bobcat and coyote can be seen, as well as the rare ring-tailed cat and the great horned owl. The American Bald Eagle winters at Quartz Mountain in large numbers, and white pelicans, osprey and Canadian geese all migrate through the area each year.

Quartz Mountain Resort Park Rappelling

Quartz Mountain Rock Climbing
Quartz Mountain Rock ClimbingDiscover the rugged geology of Quartz Mountain Resort Park which is surrounded by the stark beauty of rough granite hills and outcroppings, remnants of the Wichita Mountain Range, whose peaks once stood over 20,000 feet tall. The park's fascinating geological history dating back millions of years provides a real treat for hiking and geology enthusiasts - the highlight of which may be climbing 1,950 feet high. It is excellent for rock climbing and rappelling, but bring your own climbing and rappelling equipment. The park's rugged landscape is reflected in the sparkling clear waters of Lake Altus-Lugert, a 6,260 acre haven for fishing, boating, and water sports.

Quartz Mountain Resort Park ORV Areas

Quartz Mountain ORV Area
Area 3 on the north shore of the Altus Lake is the location for riding ATV's and motorcycles. Trails wind through wooded dunes and along the lakeshore. All vehicles must have a 10 foot whip with colored flag. The ORV area is open from sunrise to sunset April 1 through September 30.