Twin Bridges State Park, OK

Twin Bridges State Park, Oklahoma

Originally a family farm owned by the Jesse Farley family, Twin Bridges State Park today is a fisherman's haven.

The Park is unique in that it is a peninsula with Spring River on one side and the Neosho River on the other. The two rivers merge below the Park to form the Grand River, which is the beginning of Grand Lake. Visitors conveniently use Twin Bridges State Park as a base camp as it is only 10 minutes from Kansas, Arkansas, or Missouri.

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Twin Bridges State Park Fishing

Twin Bridges Fishing
Twin Bridges is known statewide, and possibly nationally, as the fishing capitol of Oklahoma for its excellent fishing as well as its quiet country atmosphere. You can enjoy catching a trophy size bass, catfish, bluegill or spoonbill while appreciating the quiet and solitude all around you. This year round Fisherman's Haven awaits you!

Twin Bridges State Park Campgrounds

Twin Bridges Camping
Twin Bridges State Park is located in far northeast Oklahoma at the junction of Spring River and Neosho River at the top of Grand Lake. Campgrounds range from 63 semi-modern RV sites with water and electric hookups, some with pull-throughs, to 100 regular sites for tent camping. The park also offers 5 lake huts. There are 6 comfort stations of which 5 have showers. Campgrounds are open year round, although some comfort stations close for the winter.

*63 Park Acres * Neosho river * Spring River Canoe Trails * 160 Campsites * 5 Lake Huts * 5 Group Shelters with Picnic Tables * Boating * Fishing * Canoeing * Indoor Fishing Dock * Volleyball * Horseshoes * Playground

Twin Bridges State Park Cabins

Twin Bridges "Huts"
Twin Bridges State Park offers 5 lake huts, one-room structures with electricity, ceiling fans, heat and screened windows. Outside there are grills, tables, water, and restroom facilities. Cots can be rented at the park office.

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