Camping Trip to Turner Falls

Brights Family Camp Out Turner Falls Park in Davis, Oklahoma October 22-24 Turner Falls Park is the oldest park in Oklahoma. Many springs from the world famous Arbuckle Mountains form Honey Creek which cascades down a seventy-seven (77) foot fall to a natural swimming pool making the majestic Turner Falls the largest waterfall in Oklahoma. The park is accented with beautiful picnic areas, nature trails, caves, geological wonders, and two natural swimming pools . Park Admission is $4/person each day for 6yrs and up Children under 5 are free Campsites with electricity and water are $25 a night Screened Shelters are $40 a night RSVP if you would like to attend We will be reserving the campsites through a local contact as they are first come - first serve We will be planning some fun activities for the weekend! Check back for more details!

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  • Jennifer B.

    We had fun even though we were rained out! Siena had fun exploring the caves and walking in the campground area.

    October 23, 2010

  • Emily

    We had a good time! The boys loved the cave exploration and the campfire! The rain was a major bummer, though!

    October 23, 2010

  • Deanne

    I don't know. We called the other day and there were only a few shelters left. We reserved #2. I didn't know we had a plan!? This is going to be soooo fun!

    October 15, 2010

  • Jennifer B.

    Oh, so, are we reserving for ourselves? I thought the plan was to do a joint reservation?

    October 15, 2010

  • Deanne

    Perry, Savannah, and I reserved a shelter near the bathrooms. We'll come Saturday morning and stay until Sunday afternoon. We wanted to come Friday but Perry's schedule doesn't get him back to McKinney until the evening. Can't wait to see all of you there!

    October 15, 2010

  • Jennifer B.

    Hello! So, have reservations been made yet? Have the fun activities been planned? Looking for more info on this event since it's a week away. :)

    October 15, 2010

  • Emily

    Our plan - once we receive the number of attendees - is to reserve as many sites as is needed for our group. Our hope is to be all in the same area or near to one another.

    August 31, 2010

  • david

    Are we all going to be in the same area? It would be great if we can all be close.

    August 31, 2010

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