Tenkiller State Park

Tenkiller State Park, nestled in the heart of Oklahoma, is often hailed as “heaven in the hills.” Lake Tenkiller is an ideal recreational hub for water enthusiasts with its glistening azure waters and sprawling 130 miles of shoreline. Spanning over 13,000 surface acres, the lake presents an extensive array of water sports and activities, such as fishing, water skiing, boating, tubing, and scuba diving.

Tenkiller State Park Vacation Rentals

Tenkiller Lake Rentals offers campsites across ten campgrounds, including RV and tent sites. Advanced online reservations are mandatory for RV and tent campsites. Primitive campgrounds are available, such as Bluff View, Eagle Point, and Hickory Flats, and day-use areas like Fisherman’s Point and Goose Neck Bend North and South. RV campgrounds, equipped with 30-amp electric and water hookups, include Flying Squirrel and Blue Jay Knob. The Shady Grove and Fox Squirrel campgrounds offer full hookups with 50-amp electric service. The park provides seven comfort stations with restrooms and showers and two on-site waste dump stations.

Apart from the campgrounds, Tenkiller State Park offers one- to three-bedroom cabins. The park houses 22 one-bedroom cabins, 14 two-bedroom cabins, and two three-bedroom cabins, providing visitors with various options. Except for the three-bedroom models, all the cabins are duplexes. Each cabin can accommodate the maximum number of guests, featuring linens, full kitchens, heat, air conditioning, and satellite television. Some of the cabins are pet-friendly, as well.

Things To Do

Tenkiller State Park’s outdoor facilities comprise many options, including a volleyball court, a basketball court, two playgrounds, four group picnic pavilions, and 172 picnic tables. The outdoor swimming pool at the park, which is operational seasonally, is equipped with a water slide and a splash pad, providing a refreshing escape from the heat. Furthermore, the park features a community building, three hiking trails, and the Driftwood Nature Center, where visitors can learn about the local flora & fauna and participate in educational programs.

Lake Tenkiller is widely recognized as one of the best scuba diving spots in the state owing to its crystal-clear waters, with visibility ranging from eight to 28 feet. Divers can explore the lake’s depths at Tenkiller Scuba Park, home to a sunken airplane fuselage, a school bus, a helicopter, and two boats. The lake’s underwater terrain varies from gently sloping hills to rock cliffs, and in some areas, divers can witness the remnants of homesteads and artifacts left behind from the lake’s pre-existence. The Fisherman’s Point Area has access to a dive park, swim beach, and boat ramp, while diving pro shops like Gene’s Aqua Pro and Nautical Adventures offer training, certification, and equipment rental.

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