Nestled within the Arbuckle Mountains, Turner Falls Park is the oldest park in Oklahoma complete with natural caves, hiking trails, a stone castle and 77 foot waterfall creating natural swimming pools for all to enjoy. Discovered by Mazeppa Thomas Turner in 1878, Turner Falls has received national publicity for its likeness to the Grand Canyon and Black Hills of South Dakota. Those visiting the park are encouraged to take full advantage of these outdoor activities and explore 1,500 acres of fun in the heart of the Arbuckle’s.
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, and sandy beaches to explore!
- $12.50 (Per Vehicle Per Night, Plus Park Admission Per Person Per Day)
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- $250.00 (Plus Park Admission Per Person Per Day)