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Fort Cobb State Park
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FORT COBB STATE PARK
FORT COBB STATE PARK
27022 Copperhead Rd
Fort Cobb, Oklahoma   73038

Phone: 405-643-2249
Reservations: 405-643-2224
Email: park email button icon
This park offers recreational activities and facilities including camping, fishing, boating, water sports, golf, hunting, and swimming. A visitor's center is located on site, as well as a gift shop, bait and tackle shop, RV sites with water and electric hook-ups, primitive camping areas, scenic views of the lake, comfort stations, showers, picnic sites, group shelters, a playground, swimming beach, and marina. Equipment rentals are available. The park also offers an 18-hole golf course with practice range, putting green, and pro shop. The park features 299 RV sites and 300 tent campsites.
History of the Area
Located in Caddo County, Oklahoma, the park was established in 1958. It spans over 1,875 acres and includes Fort Cobb Lake.

The area has a rich Native American history with tribes such as Kiowa and Comanche inhabiting it before European settlement.

In the mid-19th century, an actual fort named Fort Cobb existed nearby but no structures remain today.

Recreational facilities were developed by National Park Service Mission during its operation from 1933 to 1942 under President Franklin D Roosevelt's New Deal Program.

Today it offers various recreational activities like fishing, boating along with camping sites for visitors.


Location
Fort Cobb State Park is

Picnicking
Fort Cobb State Park offers numerous picnic areas with tables and grills. Some sites also have covered shelters available.
Trails
1. Sunset Cove Trail: This is a 0.8-mile loop trail located near the lake, offering scenic views of sunsets over water and diverse bird species.

2. Blackberry Nature Trail: A short but sweet 0.5 mile hike that takes you through dense foliage with plenty of blackberries to pick during summer months.

3. Deer Run Hiking Path: At approximately one mile long, this path winds its way around Fort Cobb Lake's western side providing opportunities for wildlife spotting including deer sightings in early morning or late evening hours.

4. Cottonwood Campground Loop: An easy walk at just under two miles round trip; it circles Cottonwood campground area showcasing local flora and fauna along the route.

5. Bison Ridge Track: Approximately three miles long track traversing grasslands where bison can often be seen grazing from afar - binoculars recommended!

6. Fishing Pond Walkway: Short half-a-mile stroll leading directly to fishing pond stocked regularly by park rangers - perfect for families looking forward to some angling time together after their trek.

7. Lake Shoreline Ramble: Four-miles-long rambling pathway following shoreline contours giving hikers panoramic vistas across vast expanses of tranquil waterscape throughout journey duration.

8. Oak Grove Exploration Route: Two-and-half miles meandering among mature oak groves revealing glimpses into Oklahoma's rich biodiversity while also serving as an excellent spot for picnics amidst nature settings.

9. Wildflower Meadow Wanderer: Just shy off a mile (approximately .75), best visited during spring when wildflowers are blooming adding vibrant colors against green backdrop making every step worthwhile on this picturesque jaunt.

10. Prairie Dog Town Trekker: Roughly about two kilometers (.62 Miles) dedicated primarily towards observing prairie dog colonies which thrive within designated areas inside state park boundaries.
Area Attractions
Features/Facilities: Gift Shop ? Handicap Accessible ? Jet Ski/Waverunner Rental ? Lake/River View ? Pets Allowed ? Pontoon Rental ? Senior Discount ? Ski Boat Rental ? Credit Cards Accepted ? 1,872 Park Acres ? 5 Camping Areas, 985 Campsites ? Community Building ? Boating ? Water Skiing ? Fishing ? Playgrounds ? Marina (personal water craft rentals) ? Nature Center ? Gift Shop ? Grocery Store ? Driving Range ? Pro Shop ? Golf Carts ? 4,100 Lake Acres ? Kodiak Pines Cabins ? Golf (18 hole, par 70) ? Cabin lodging kodiakpinescabins.com

Nearby: Horn Canna Farm, Carnegie ? Kiowa Tribal Museum, Carnegie

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
May 31 Poor upkeep by Brett Barrett
park review stars; one to five We as a family have camped in area 2 for many years now and it has always been a great place to stay. It has become a tradition to start the summer camping season off with Memorial day weekend. This year the maintenance, such as grounds was terrible. There had been almost no mowing or filling of holes from animals digging over previous months. May have to look for another place to camp.
October 17 great park to visit
park review stars; one to five Have visited Ft. Cobb several times. Last visit was Sep 27/28. Always have good time. I sure wish they would do something to get rid of those darn sand burrs!! They are tough on dogs and little kids.
September 17 Park was clean and plenty of fish by Margie
park review stars; one to five The only bad thing was that the restrooms were closed in area 4. There was a sign that they pare closed after the Labor Day weekend.
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Directions
Directions: 2 miles N of Ft Cobb on Hwy 9, turn N on CS 2550 and go 4 miles.

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