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Keystone State Park

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Keystone State Park

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1926 S Highway 151, Sand Springs, OK 74063-8076
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James H wrote a review Aug 2020
Muskogee21 contributions14 helpful votes
July 2020 Stayed in Cabin 6. Very good reservation process fast check in. Very clean and comfortable. Due to Covid you do have to bring you own cookware but there is a full size stove oven and microwave, as well as a full size fridge. There is a flat screen TV with dish network handy for rainy times or late night news. AC worked very well. It is so relaxing to have morning coffee on the picnic table out front, It was 2009 when i was last out here, however I intend to be back.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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beachbumjk wrote a review Jun 2020
Tulsa, Oklahoma310 contributions76 helpful votes
Located in Green Country area at the end of the section. No water or electric, lots of room to spare. Can use small tent trailer or tents. Stays partially shaded so nice and cool when needed. View of the lake and pretty much everything around. Common water hydrant available at the bathrooms.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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David W wrote a review Apr 2020
Tulsa, Oklahoma440 contributions168 helpful votes
My wife and I stayed in a one bedroom cabin at Keystone State Park yesterday. The Keystone Park, campgrounds, RV areas, and boat docks are very well maintained, and ALL of the staff we encountered were very friendly and professional. Our cabin had a nice view of Lake Keystone, and had two decks. Sitting on the decks afforded us great views of the many songbirds and waterfowl flying close to our cabin. The trip became "complete" when three adult American Bald Eagles flew within 50-60' from us! Bald Eagles are truly magnificent birds! The cabin had a nice living room/kitchen area, and an adequate sized bedroom, and the bathroom was definitely tiny. The windows were new, and the interior looked as if it had been painted within a recent time period. The exterior...a totally different situation. Peeling paint and rotten wood siding definitely needs to be addressed. Deferred maintenance is not a good thing. All in all we truly enjoyed the Keystone "experience."
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Byron G wrote a review Nov 2019
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Stayed for a weekend. 1st night was miserable as our neighbors were kids and the walls were so thin we could hear their conversations. Add laughing, music, and noise = miserable. As soon as we walked into the cabin we called to change it due to the noise but they were sold out. Cabin was nice enough and clean. Good amenities.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Cheryl C wrote a review Sep 2019
Oklahoma14 contributions9 helpful votes
I've always loved Keystone lake and Keystone State Park is a great place to camp out. We reserved a semi- modern campsite because we wanted quiet and shady and it was definitely both. The camp bathroom was older but clean and well cared for. The concrete pad was in good condition. All the hook ups worked great. We were in a 28' bumper pull and easily fit into the space. The picnic tables are concrete and big. Roads were easy for us to navigate and clearly marked. There are 2 nature trails and both are nice.. pretty easy trails for anyone used to hiking. Maybe a little rugged for those who are used to manicured paved trails. We would really love to see more trails developed at Keystone. There's a small fishing pond for kids but it had a lot of water plants on the bank which made fishing pretty difficult for the kids and a hassle for the adults who kept having to help w snags. Its a pretty area w benches around it though.. nice place to take a break on the trail in the shade and watch the turtles. The dump station was in good working order and was in a convenient location. I'd like to see a dumpster there. I think it would go a long towards people cleaning up after themselves. As it was we ended up hauling our trash home and I'm not fond of having to do that. There was a single can near the dump station but I didn't see any anywhere else and I didn't want to fill that one up w my trash. I might have just missed them. All in all its a lovely place to camp.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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