Camping in the Park, and do a day hike climb of Elk Mountain (about a 2 mile intermediate trail) and explore the rock formations near the summit.
Trail Conditions: The trail is well maintained but rocky and steep
Trailhead Amenities: Picnic Area & Pit Toilets
Management: Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Maps: USGS Odetta Quad, USGS Quanah Mountain Quad
Rules and Regulations Link
Finding the Trailhead: Take I-44 north of Lawton for 5 miles. Turn west onto Hwy 49 (Exit 45). Continue for 14 miles through Medicine Park , entrance of Wichita Mountain Wildlife Refuge, Mt Scott, and the Visitor Center. At the intersection turn Right (North) to continue on Hwy 49. Continue for 6 miles and turn Left (South) into the Sunset Picnic Area. Directions
Trail Maps: (Elk Trail is the one we are interested in)
Within the refuge, Doris campground is approximately 8 miles west of the Refuge entrance on the main road (highway 49). It has bathrooms, showers, drinking water, and a telephone. There is a campground host at the entrance. We'll be in Group Site B. I am paying $80 to cover both nights, so donations to defray my cost are welcomed but won't be requested of you.
Map of camping area: http://www.fws.gov/uploadedFiles/map-camp-doris.pdf
Lodging if you prefer not to camp, but want to stay overnight: http://www.stardustinn.com/ The fees are all on you for lodging.