Spring Getaways in Oklahoma

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It’s time to get your RV or travel trailers ready to hit the road for another great year of exciting adventures. There are tons of great places that you may have not camped at in the beautiful state of Oklahoma. The temperatures are rising and it’s a great time to makes some new memories with your family and friends.

Turner Falls Park

If you haven’t made your way to Turner Falls yet, spring would be a great time to do so before it gets too hot. Turner Falls is located in Davis, Oklahoma, near the Arbuckle Mountains. It’s about 80 miles from Oklahoma City, which is great because it’s not too far, but not too close. Turner Falls Park offers RV hook-ups, picnic sites, a 77 feet waterfall, rock castle, hiking trails, natural swimming areas, sandy beaches, three natural caves, geological formations and more!

Broken Bow, Oklahoma

Relax and unwind in the beautiful town of Broken Bow. If you love nature, hiking, boating, horseback riding, fishing and camping, then this is the place for you. Broken Bow is one of Oklahoma’s top state parks. You can take your boat on the lake or hike on the David Boren Hiking Trail. Stay at Beavers Bend Resort Park, which offers 110 RV sites with water and electricity.

Texoma Shores RV Park

Texoma Shores RV Park is located in Madill, Okla. It’s the perfect destination for your next RV adventure. The park offers 38 campsites, a swimming beach, boat launch, fishing dock and more. It’s located on Lake Texoma, which is one of the biggest lakes in the south. Make this spring unforgettable at Texoma Shores RV Park!

Visit Leisure Time RV

Before you head off on your great Oklahoman adventure, stop by and see us at Leisure Time RV for some quick maintenance service or even to shop for your next home on wheels.

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