Experience The Natural Wonders of Turner Falls!

Turner Falls Park is the oldest park in Oklahoma and was named after Mazeppa Thomas Turner, who discovered the state's largest waterfall in 1878. Just below the Arbuckle Mountains, the water forms Honey Creek before falling 77 feet into a natural swimming pool. The 1,500 acre area around the falls has been compared to the Grand Canyon and Black Hills, as it provides an amazing geological view into the past. Since 1868, the recreational area has been a popular family destination providing a rock castle, natural caves, novelty shops, picnic sites, cabins, camp sites, RV sites, bath houses, hiking trails, horseback riding and sandy beaches to explore! 

Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Saturday (7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.)
*Camping available 24 hours a day.

Park Rates:
Summer Rates (May 1 - September 30)

- Adults 13 years and older - $12.00
- Children 6-12 years old - $6.00
- Children 5 years and under - FREE
- Seniors 55 years and older - $6.00
- Active Military with ID - $6.00

Winter Rates (October 1 - April 30)
- Adults and children 6 years and older -  $6.00
- Children 5 years and under - FREE
- Seniors 55 years and older - $3.00

Campsite Rates 
- $12.50 (Per Vehicle Per Night Plus Park Admission Per Person Per Day)

Turner Falls Park Concessions:
- Cactus Patch
- The Main Grill
- Julie's Snowball's
- Snowball Stand
- Riverside Concession
- Ice Cream Parlor
- The Curio Shop

  • Senior Discount
  • ADA Compliant
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Gift Shop
  • Campground
  • Rental Cabins
  • RV Hookups
  • Swimming
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Concessions
  • No Pets Allowed

Explore Nearby


Rock Creek Park

Mobile home and RV lots on the east side, with full hook-ups. Adjacent to 10,000 acres of public land which is perfect for hunting, fishing, and arrowhead collecting. There is a large granite outcropping of boulders nearby and a creek that runs through the area.

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