Warning to Boaters
Chickasaw National Recreation area is warning all boat users to be cautious while boating on Lake of the Arbuckles due to low water levels in the lake. More »
Swimming Areas Closed
Due to low water flow in Travertine Creek, the Little Niagara, Panther Falls, and Bear Falls swimming areas are closed until further notice. The Little Niagara and Panther Falls picnic areas remain open.
Eagle Bay Boat Launch Closed
Due to low water in Lake of the Arbuckles, Eagle Bay Boat Launch is closed.
Camping at the Lake of the Arbuckles
Camping at the Lake of the Arbuckles Nestled in a post and black jack oak forest are the improved campgrounds at the Lake of the Arbuckles. The Point and Buckhorn campgrounds provide a bit more for the modern camper. Amenities include RV hookups (water and electric) and restrooms with showers. All sites are in close proximity to boat launch facilities and other water activities.
Loop A has 20 campsites with 1 handicapped accessible site; all of these sites are first come-first serve. Loop B has 25 campsites with 1 handicapped accessible site; all sites in this loop are first come-first serve. Loop C has 41 campsites with 2 handicapped sites. There are 17 electrical sites (30 amp) out of the 41 campsites; these sites are reservable. Loop D has 48 campsites with 3 handicapped accessible sites. There are 24 electrical sites (30 amp) out of the 48 campsites. All sites are first come-first serve. Showers are available in the restrooms. Sites with elctrical hookup also have water hookups.There are no sewer hook ups in the campground. A dump station can be found on Buckhorn Road outside of the campground.Group campsites and reservable sites must be reserved through the www.recreation.gov or call 1 877-444-6777 or TDD 1 877-833-6777.
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Campground maps:Loop A | Loop B | Loop C | Loop D
Guy Sandy Campground
The Point Campground
Did You Know?
In 1908 over one hundred thousand visitors were counted at Bromide Spring in Platt National Park [the present-day Platt Historic District in Chickasaw National Recreation Area]. The Bromide Spring ceased to flow in 1973. More...