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Greenleaf State Park

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Greenleaf State Park

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Route 1 Box 119, Braggs, OK 74423
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RoaringCrab wrote a review Oct 2020
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma278 contributions74 helpful votes
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This was our first visit to Greenleaf State Park. We stayed in the Cabin on the Lake, which is a specialty cabin for those with physical disabilities, but it is open to anyone to rent. The location of the cabin was great. It was right on the water and at the end of a "private" road. While we didn't have cars drive down the road (we closed the gate) we still had handfuls of curious people hop over the gate and past the signs telling you it was private. Oh well, I guess they were curious. The scenery was beautiful and you had your own private fishing dock, as well as picnic table overlooking the lake. The "screened" in porch was in desperate need of a rescreening. I would have been pretty upset if I had booked this cabin during the summer under the premise of a screened in porch only to find it wasn't much better than sitting out on the deck in the open. The cabin itself was roomy and the kitchen adequate. The bathroom felt sketchy though as there were tiles missing and the floor looked dirty. I think if they came in and did a deep clean and repaired somethings it would be awesome, but it ended up just being a solid "okay" cabin. We also attempted to go on a few hikes. The first hike was to the dam. Within about 5-10 minutes the grass became so tall and so thick you couldn't see the trail anymore. It was easily chest high! So we turned around. We went down the next branch and it was a little better but still very narrow and close to being what I'd call overgrown. We wanted to hike to the swinging bridge but you had to walk on a portion of the highway (!) to pick up the trail and we were not willing to do that with our 1 year old child. Waaayyy to dangerous! Someone had mentioned a trailhead on the other side of the bridge, but we say no trailhead, unless you wanted to just park on the shoulder of the highway and assume that you were on the right trail as there was no "Trailhead for Trail X, park here". I think if you were just going to this lake to do water related activities or maybe visit the splash pad in the summer it would be really nice, but the hiking trails stunk and they were the main reason we came. I went ahead and gave it a 4 out of 5 because the staff was friendly and the park itself was pretty. I think we'll stick with other parks in our state though. Bummer!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Denise M wrote a review Aug 2020
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The office personnel was very friendly and helpful. The grands (12 and 15) and I decided to take a little day trip and go kayaking. We took the 1 hour trip which was perfect. Friendly workers helped us board and shoved us off. After the kayak experience we went over to the beach and enjoyed a cool swim. It was a perfect afternoon. Of course you must stop in Braggs at the Malt Shop for a refreshing malt!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Camping grands wrote a review Jul 2020
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This was our very first camping trip and couldn’t be more pleased. Nice clean site with extremely friendly staff. We had our 20 month old granddaughter with us and the splash pad was a major highlight of our stay. If you plan to utilize the splash pad, use the Gobbler Run sites or you’ll need to drive to the splash pad and pay additional parking. We stayed in site 42 which was right next to the splash pad, but quite a trek to the bath house. However, there are restrooms to utilize outside the splash pad, just no showers. The park hosts family friendly activities for an additional (minimal) cost as well. This park will definitely be on our “visit again” list.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Carl wrote a review Jul 2020
Newton, Kansas70 contributions3 helpful votes
The park was very clean and kept up nicely. Our camp site was level and easy to access. A short walk to water and bathrooms. Next to the lake so the frogs sang us to sleep every night. The racoons even came to visit at night !
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Chelsea L wrote a review May 2020
Tulsa, Oklahoma27 contributions6 helpful votes
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I couldn’t find any good pics of the cabins so I made sure to take some. This was the best time! So much to do for everyone! The park was very clean and not crowded. The cabin on the lake has 1 bedroom, one bath. The bedroom has one full bed and the “hospital” bed is twin. It has 2 pull out full sleepers in the living room and they were comfortable! It has a coffee maker, toaster and hair dryer. Usually comes with pots pans etc but they had to take them out because of the pandemic. The sheets smelled so clean and the house was so cozy! The dock was great as well! The kids enjoyed fishing off of it! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out! We can’t wait to go back!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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