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We stayed at Greenleaf for a little one night camping trip. It is very convienient to Tulsa and was a very beautiful little lake and park. The office staff was very nice, and the trails seemed to be in pretty good shape, except the rope...More
My daughter and I, and her 70lb dog, spent a weekend in January using a Groupon that she'd bought. This was our second State Park Cabin, we'd gone to Keystone earlier.
The cabin was more of a studio type arrangement this time, with basically one...More
After staying here over the years I've noticed the decline of the facility, the maintenance and cleanliness do not reflect past years award winning park. I do like staying here but I am disappointed more and more with the accommodations (Bath houses and restrooms). However...More
Stayed here as a retreat to get away and reconnect with each other. Did not disappoint. We stayed in cabin #15 (The Cabin on the Lake) and it was perfect. Secluded with no other campers around, we had the area to ourselves with our own...More
This park has an 18 mile loop trail that you can camp on overnight at two different campgrounds. We didn't have enough time to go as far as we wanted but we can't wait to go back and hike the whole trail. There is a...More
I have heard so many great things about this park over the years and was excited to visit this weekend. We stayed in an RV in Gobblers Ridge. The overall layout if the park is nice: space between campsites and a variety of types of...More
This is a beautiful park with good fishing, a boat dock, boat rentals, heated fishing dock, fishing pier, paddle boats, canoes, small gift shop & menue with good food/prices, miniature golf, nice pool, crafts, nature center, beautiful hiking trails also a paved walking trail with...More
Great area to take the kids camping. The kids loved the cabins. They had everything you needed and the fire pits were great. It's only a short drive to lake tenkiller. The mini golf needs a lot of work so I feel like they shouldn't...More
This was our least favorite of the 5 state parks we visited in the area. The discovery center was closed. The staff at the visitor center had no idea what he was talking about. We asked if it was open he said I think it...More
We camped June 30-July 3 in Gobblers Ridge #6. The campgrounds were well kept. We were with a group (26 people in 5 campsites). The drawbacks were that it was very warm and the pool was not functional on Saturday (full of algae), by Sunday...More