Pet Friendly Oklahoma State Parks


If you don’t want to leave Spot, Rover, or Fido at home when you hit the road in your RV this summer, you don’t have to. There are a number of State Parks in Oklahoma that welcome pets.

Black Mesa State Park & Nature Preserve in Kenton

You and your dog can hike across the black lava rock mesas and enjoy the views that the park’s 4,973 foot elevation affords hikers. With hiking trails all over the park’s 1600 acres, athletic and energetic dogs will have a blast as you explore with them.

Great Plains State Park in Mountain Park

Have fun with your dog along the lake’s beaches and then try your hand at fishing in a bid to catch some fresh dinner you can split with your four-legged friend. The lake is teeming with catfish, bass, and crappie, and it’s not much trouble to get a bite on your line.

McGee Creek State Park  in Atoka

Surrounded by the natural splendor of the Ouachita Mountain Range and Oklahoma’s finest trophy lake, McGee Creek Reservoir, McGee Creek State Park is a great destination for those with dogs in tow. With 25 miles of trails to explore with beautiful scenery all the way, you’ll end the day under your RV’s canopy relaxing with your favorite drink and your dog curled up at your feet.

Visit Leisure Time RV

Stop by Leisure Time RV before hitting the road to get your RV checked over by a technician or to shop for a new or used motorhome.

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