FORT COBB STATE PARK
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.
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.