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Boiling Springs State Park

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Boiling Springs State Park

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mysugarpie wrote a review Oct 2020
Tulsa, Oklahoma340 contributions167 helpful votes
We had just left Black Mesa State Park (horrible), so I was apprehensive about spending another two days in a dump. This park seemed like heaven! It was so very nice, clean, and well manicured. We stayed in the Whitetail section with FULL hookups, shade trees, cement patio table, level site, walking trails, ample trash bins and dump stations. It was quiet, except for the occasional train whistle from nearby Woodward. You have a great opportunity there for getting groceries, camping supplies or doing laundry here. We did not use the bath house. There is a nice park office and visitor center and pavilion with interesting facts on the wildlife, birds, and plants in the park that is in tip top shape. We had a great stay and would highly recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Troy B wrote a review Mar 2020
Oklahoma City22 contributions1 helpful vote
If you're in the area it's a good place to do some hiking. There swimming pool looks okay though I've never used it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Tim g wrote a review Dec 2019
Vero Beach, Florida3 contributions1 helpful vote
My brother and I rented an RV space for 10 days while we hunted locally. The utilities were excellent. The included fire ring made for comfortable camp fires nightly. It is very clean and is routinely patrolled by rangers.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Jordyn V wrote a review Oct 2019
Tulsa, Oklahoma2 contributions2 helpful votes
My trip to Boiling Springs State Park was brief, but nonetheless, it was very fun. First, the grounds are beautiful! They are well kept but natural. It is a great place to go if you are looking for an amazing location to take photos. I would suggest going before mid-October. It was still gorgeous, but most of the trees had already shed a large number of their leaves. Second, if you are going there to see something similar to Yellowstone you will be let down. The Boiling Springs is natural but hard to find. The reason for this is because there is a fence around the pool of bubbling water, which is the Boiling Springs. This fence makes it hard to see. The spring itself is a basketball-sized bubble or disturbance in the sand at the bottom of a small pool. It is cool but not a must-see. I found the river and ponds prettier and more fun, as they are easier to take pictures of and you can interact with them more, However, I favored the grounds the most. The peaceful trails that are in the woods are what make the grounds so amazing. They make for a relaxing hike. Overall, the grounds should be the reason you are going. They are so pretty!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Kassie M wrote a review Jul 2019
Elk City, Oklahoma141 contributions7 helpful votes
This place was really nice, with path ways and lots of info on the boiling spring. There are also trials you can venture down if you would like or camping available! A place we will go back and check out again
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Date of experience: July 2019
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