Osage Hills State Park, OK

Osage Hills State Park, Oklahoma

This state park is a densely wooded, 1,199-acre park that features winding roads, a deep forested canyon and an 18-acre lake that is an angler's dream. Visitors can enjoy such activities as marked hiking trails, tennis, boating (boat rental available), fishing, swimming pool, picnic area and picnic shelters.

Accommodations include eight stone rental cabins, a group camp, as well as two campgrounds which include RV areas with water and electric hookups, and numerous primitive campsites. Both areas have modern bathroom facilities with showers. There is a dump station in the area.

A well kept hiking path will lead you to the peaceful surroundings at the Sand Creek Waterfalls.

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Osage Hills State Park Cabins

Osage Hills Cabins
Osage Hills CabinsThere are eight stone cabins at Osage Hills State Park. The 1-bedroom park-view cabins are from $65 a night; the one, 2-bedroom, park-view cabin is $80 per night, with the rates $10 cheaper in winter. (rates subject to change)

The cabins are open year around. Children under 18 are free with parents. Each cabin has a kitchen with stove and refrigerator, and showers.

The cabins have full, modern kitchens, bath facilities, heat/air and fireplaces.

For large groups there is a Group Camp facility with 10 bunkhouses to accommodate up to 120 people with a full kitchen, and a large, rustic dining hall/community building with a fireplace constructed of stone and timber that seats 120.

Osage Hills State Park Hiking Trails

Osage Hills Trails
Osage Hills TrailsThe Bugle Multi-use trail is located in Osage Hills State Park. This 4-mile trail covers a wide diversity of the Park. The trail head is located in the R.V. loop. This trail starts out uphill to look-out tower, a rock tower overlooking the Osage hills. The trail then goes on through the woods to Lookout Lake. There are huge boulders to sit on and look out over the lake. The trail continues on around through the woods then runs along Sand Creek. After crossing back through the park the best part of the trail appears at the bluff overlook on Sand Creek. Sit on top of the cliffs and soak up the view.

Early morning hikers can take advantage of the wildlife, probably finding dozens of wild turkey, vultures, lizards, turtles, a variety of birds and probably 15-20 deer. The deer in the area of the park are somewhat tame, making for some great pictures.