Okmulgee/Dripping Springs State Park

category : State Parks
Okmulgee/Dripping Springs State Park Okmulgee/Dripping Springs State Park includes 2 lakes: Okmulgee with 672 acres and Dripping Springs with 1050 acres, and 2 camping areas. The area was part of a shallow, muddy inland sea 200 to 350 million years ago. The rock formations throughout the park were formed during the Pennsylvanian Period of geologic history and is one of the few places in the world where the fossil Gymnophyllum Wardi or "Button Coral" is found. Samples of this fossil are on display in the park Gift Shop.

Okmulgee's state parks offer a variety of recreational activities including boating, fishing, camping, and RVing in more than 195 beautiful campsites in five different campgrounds and 5 comfort stations located around the park for your convenience. A nature trail leads visitors along the shoreline of beautiful Okmulgee Lake.

Lake Okmulgee State Park is Open Year Round. 46 electric/water hookups, 1 pull-through, 54 primitive sites, restrooms/showers, sanitary dump station, outdoor grills, picnic areas, boat ramps, playground, visitor center, and nature trail.

Dripping Springs Recreation Area is located 3 miles South of Okmulgee Lake and is operated as a part of the Okmulgee State Park. Open Year Round. 28 electric/water hookups, group RV hookup area, 3 pull-throughs, 19 primitive sites, heated restroom/shower, sanitary dump station, outdoor grills, picnic areas, boat ramps/dock. The group RV area at Clovis Point can accommodate from 48 to 150 RVs, all with electric and water hookups.

Group picnic pavilions are perfect sites for your family or office picnic or reunion. All feature electricity, running water and grills. All are conveniently located near comfort stations. Okmulgee has 2 pavilions in the Red Oak Area. Dripping Springs has 2 at Clovis Point. Please contact the park office for daily rental fee information and reservations.

Admission: Park Permit Required
Address: 5 miles W of Okmulgee on Highway 56
Phone: 918-756-5971
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