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Robbers Cave State Park is a hidden gem amongst the trees. You can wander the trails and seek the caves, however many of them are now permanently closed. But, no matter which trail you choose you can find something new. There's several springs and babbling...More
We have been wanting to visit this place for a long time and we finally decided to come for the weekend. It's a really nice quiet place to relax and if you enjoy nature trips this is a beautiful place to be.
This park straddles a highway (not real busy), and it is sprawling. We were in the campground on the east side of the highway, and the lake, cave, and center were all on the other side. We had to drive back and forth because we...More
Met up with another family for a weekend of camping fun. Neither of us had been to Robbers Cave before and it was a great experience.
We arrived with a large toy hauler in the dark and I will be the first to admit that...More
Eh. The views are nice,but the people are not overly friendly. Paddle boating was the best thing we did. Unfortunately the pollen was thick, and I struggled with allergies.The lodge isn't much, but it seemed like an ok place to spend a weekend. However, we...More
We rented cabin number 114. It was clean, except woodwork and ceiling fans! Dust! But, overall the beds,bath and kitchen was very clean. Two bedroom and full kitchen. I would suggest taking drinking glasses and paper plates. One so you can toss and another because...More
It is one of the worse kept state parks I have ever been to! The bathrooms are filthy and never stocked with toilet paper or soap. The trails have poison oak and ivy everywhere. I can sum this park up with one word, GHETTO!
This is one of the best state parks I have ever stayed in. Oklahoma doesn't charge entry fees like Texas state parks so that will save you some money. They also don't allow you to reserve campsites in advance like Texas so I was nervous...More
Every year my family stays at the Robbers Cave State Park. We get a cabin for 3-4 days at a time. We stay in the cabins near the park headquaters. The forest is a nice and peaceful area. Would love to live in this area...........................but never again in these cabins. The Robbers Cave State Park Cabins have been mis-managed and are now in poor condition. Every year we hope they will replace the carpet, furniture, blinds, beds, TVs, blankets, sheets, ect. But all they do is paint....More
July 16, 2010|
Not sure if this guy actually stayed at the "real" Robbers Cave State Park. The cabins all have flat screen tv's with satellite. They all have new appliances, beds, mattresses, living room furniture, dining tables and chairs. This place is beautiful, and the cabins being over 75 years old are in great shape. I realize that it's not a Hilton, but good grief, for the price and the setting, you can't beat the pricing.
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Wonderful Family Getaway for Spring Break! Went up 3rd week of March and the weather was very nice - cool and breezy in the eve., and slightly overcast but warm (upper 70's, low 80's during the day. Park was nicely cared for. We pitched our tent in the Old Circle Campground section. Bathrooms were good for a state park (the ones by the cabin office/gen. store were best). All were very nice and accommodating - asked to change reserved spot - they did it; asked if they'd dig out our fire pit -...More
March 19, 2011|
For those of us who camp, it's always great to read a camping review. Thanks for posting. We've been looking for places in OK to camp.