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Bernice Area at Grand Lake State Park

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Nice Nature Center

We happened to visit the nature center while they were having a presentation for a group of... read more

Reviewed June 7, 2018
Randall B
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Paved trails for wheelchairs!

This place was well worth the visit--we stayed on Monkey Island but came here daily for the trails... read more

Reviewed April 6, 2018
Katherine L
Detroit, Michigan
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54101 E Highway 85a, Bernice, OK 74331-6487
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Reviewed June 7, 2018 via mobile

We happened to visit the nature center while they were having a presentation for a group of teenagers. The lady presenting the information was very knowledgeable. She did a great job of presenting and handling the corn snake to the group. I enjoyed the nature...More

Thank Randall B
Reviewed April 6, 2018

This place was well worth the visit--we stayed on Monkey Island but came here daily for the trails, the Lake views, the birds, and the quiet. (No one was here this week---a bonus for us). Amanda, at the nature center, kept it open just for...More

Thank Katherine L
Reviewed August 8, 2017 via mobile

My husband and I are hitting as many state parks as possible this summer so this one didn't rank up there with the great salt plains, alabaster caverns, or gloss mountains etc. but it was a nice little area. Trail was paved the whole way....More

Thank Eva713
Reviewed June 28, 2017

Bernice has a very nice state park right next to Grand Lake. The park has some playgrounds, restrooms, and various camp sites as well. On the far side of the park is their hidden gem, though. There's a Nature Center that is well worth the...More

Thank Dr_Xaos
Reviewed March 19, 2017 via mobile

Staff was amazing!! She helped us "create" a magnet from the small gift shop they have (we collect magnets and they didn't have any😞). Little center, but super neat and my girls had a blast. Then we walked the short trail they have and enjoyed...More

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Reviewed August 19, 2016

Restroom facilities free, shelter by reservation, free day use. plenty RV camp Sites. Great boat ramp. Near Littlefield Corner & the Woodshed (C-store) for much needed supplies. Good security. Just an all around good place for family time or fishing from the shore or from...More

Thank Jerry C
Reviewed June 19, 2016

There's a beautiful lake and plenty of kids and adults swimming in it. I didn't go in but they say the water was like bathwater because of the recent heat wave. It's been in the 90's-100 degrees WHEW Hot I heard no traffic noise. Well...More

Thank Cathy L
Reviewed May 29, 2016

Lovely path and viewing platforms. Several spots to get off beaten path and explore. Took a walk along the waterside. It was very peaceful.

Thank jfhspc
Reviewed May 14, 2016

This is a gorgeous state park with a gorgeous view of Grand Lake. You can get some of the best photos of the sunrises at this location. The Nature Center on the grounds is fun and informative with the most friendly guide ever. Worth a...More

Thank Mary P
Reviewed May 8, 2016

We launched our boat on May 2 at Bernice State Park. The lake was a few feet high so launching was fairly easy. I still had to take my shoes and socks off and roll my pants up to wade out to get in the...More

Thank Lynn W
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