Spend time with nature! Our nature trail will lead you to the shore of Lake Eufaula, then around the forest and back to the campground (just a quarter mile hike). Our barnyard zoo is a favorite with Mollie, the Watusi cow and Daisy who thinks she's a dog! Chicken Town houses chickens, ducks, turkeys and more! Be sure to bring your worms to catch fish in our catch and release pond or just go for a swim! Kayaking is great fun and Lake Eufaula has cool places to explore along the shoreline.
Oklahoma's largest reservoir has more than 600 miles of shoreline! Great fishing (bass and crappie) boat rentals, heated fishing dock, boating, skiing, wakeboarding and lake swimming are all nearby.
Enjoy the great outdoors by strolling through a wooded area to the shore of Lake Eufaula. If the water is low, wildlife tracks are abundant on the beach - see how many you can identify!
Our barnyard zoo (expanding regularly) currently houses laying hens, along with some unruly roosters that fly out of the pen, scratch around in the dirt and show off their skills at crowing (at a decent hour of the morning of course)! Also, for your viewing pleasure we have ducks, rabbits that can be petted, Molly, our Watusi cow and Daisy, our newest addition, is a Jersey calf. If you look closely, you might catch a glimpse of our shy cat, Marley and the not so shy Ringo.
Our catch and release pond is perfect for teaching kids to fish! Crappie and bluegill are plentiful and we have recently stocked it with the next generation! All the essential fishing gear is available at our store if you leave home without it. Bored with pond fishing? Check out Lake Eufaula! Boats to rent, guides for hire and bank or dock fishing nearby!
For adults and kids alike, pancakes are a favorite! Come try the pancake challenge and win a free breakfast - adult and kid category. Ask your waitress for details and we'll heat up the griddle!
Oklahoma is home to many types of insects. For those who actually like bugs, we've started the "Crazy Bug Contest" to see what crazy looking designs nature has for these creatures. All participants will have their bug's picture taken and receive a prize for their efforts. Once we identify it we'll post it on our website and see just how many entries we get! The very first crazy bug entry (pictured) was spotted on July 24, 2013 by Hannah Mattingly from Minnesota and Sylus Boykin from here in Oklahoma. We had to contact the County Extension agent to identify it - turns out it's a Longhorn Beetle - "one of the cool ones" of the 900 members of the species!