Osage Hills State Park
You can almost hear echoes of the Native past through the trees. Nestled in lush rolling hills, this area was once an Osage Indian settlement. When you've settled down in the comfort of your quite, private cabin, you'll feel as if you've truly gotten away from it all. Osage Hills State Park is the gateway to Oklahoma's Tallgrass Prairie.
Osage Hills State Park offers, 1,100 acres with picnic tables, shelters, 20 RV campsites, 8 cabins, public swimming pool, hiking trails, lake (non-gasoline boating only), rowboat rentals, campgrounds, ball field and tennis court. Abundant fishing for bass, crappie, catfish and perch can be found in Lookout Lake, or in Sand Creek at the south end of the park. Osage Hills State Park has good opportunities for fall foliage viewing and is a wonderful place to visit any time of year.
2 Outdoor shelters available
7 One-bedroom cabins sleep 4 each
1 Two-bedroom cabin sleeps 6
Each cabin is furnished with linens, cooking utensils and eating utensils
All cabins have fireplaces with wood furnished in the winter only
The Group Camp has a large kitchen and dining room/ meeting room. There are 10 bunk beds in each house.
Natural wildlife and hiking trails
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