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.
Chickasaw National Recreation Area has partnered with Recreation.gov in accepting campground reservations at some campgrounds in the park. Selected sites are reservable from May 15th to September 15th each year. Visitors may contact Recreation.gov year-round to make reservations up to six months in advance (one year in advance for group sites). The remainder of the year open campground sites are available on a first-come, first-serve basis, as the campgrounds rarely fill during those periods. Please note: The recreation.gov website will show all sites as being filled from September 15th to May 15th, during the period of time when reservations are not accepted.
The following sites are on the reservation system:
Reservations for individual sites can be made up to 6 months (rolling windows) in advance and group sites 360 days in advance, both no later than 7 days from arrival date.
Reservations can be made via the Internet at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777 or TDD 1-877-833-6777. Chickasaw National Recreation Area cannot make reservations.
Customer Service, for comments or questions concerning the reservations service, can be reached at 1-888-448-1474 or TDD 1-877-833-6777.
Current reservation policies are available on the Internet at http://www.recreation.gov/marketing.do?goto=/nrrsreservationpolicies.html
Chickasaw National Recreation Area has partnered with Recreation.gov in accepting campground reservations at some campgrounds in the park.
Did You Know?
Superintendent William Branch (served 1925-26, 1930-44, 1956-60) was so respected by the community that the Civilian Conservation Corps camp in Platt National Park was named "Camp Branch" in his honor.