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Black Mesa Park Campgrounds

Black Mesa State Park offers 2 campgrounds and a group camp adjacent to Lake Carl Etling providing 64 Campsites, picnic facilities, 2 boat ramps and a mooring buoy, fishing, a playground, restrooms with showers and a group camp with 12 bunkhouses to accommodate 132. 2 picnic areas with 18

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Black Mesa Hiking

Bird watchers, rock and fossil hounds, archaeology buffs, campers and anglers find common ground at Black Mesa named for a lava-topped mesa 8 miles north of Black Mesa State Park. At 4,973 feet, Black Mesa, formed 30 million years ago, is the highest point in Oklahoma and it extends for 45

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Boiling Springs Cabins

Boiling 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.

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Beaver Dunes ATV Area

Beaver Dunes State Park has set aside approximately 300 acres of sand dunes for motorcycles, dune buggies, ATVs and 4x4s. Operated by the Corps of Engineers, the dune area is open from 8:00 A.M. until 11:00 P.M. every day, year round. Dune entrance fees may be paid daily, through the purchase of a 3

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Beaver Dunes Camping & Recreation

Hackberry Bend Campground has seven RV campsites with water and electric hookups and 10 tent sites; Five RV sites are pull-thrus and one is handicapped accessible. Also located in Hackberry Bend is a one room primitive cabin which sleeps 4 and can be reserved. Pioneer Campground

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Roman Nose Camping

Roman Nose State Park provides the RV and tent campers seven campsites amongst the natural scenic wonders of the canyon. There are sites with 12 full hookups, 26 electric/water hookups, 10 pull-throughs, 45 primitive sites, and 1 group camp. Restrooms/

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Black Mesa Archaeology

Black Mesa's history began millions of years ago when pre-historic beasts like the 65

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Roman Nose Golf Course

The 6,139 yard, par 70, eighteen-hole Roman Nose Golf Course was designed by Floyd Farley and Tripp Davis, and it makes use of the underlying gypsum rock and hilly terrain of Oklahoma's red rock canyon country.

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Beaver Dunes Hiking & Wildlife

The self-guided Pioneer Interpretive Trail, a one mile hike through the dune area, is an excellent way to view the wildlife, plant species, and geology of Beaver Dunes State Park.

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Alabaster Caverns Caving

In the caves at Alabaster State Park, massive boulders of alabaster, a fine-grained mass gypsum, can be seen in many colors of pink, white and even a rare black. But gypsum isn't all you'll see!

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Boiling Springs Campgrounds

Open 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

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