ATV Parks In Oklahoma

ATV Parks In Oklahoma

*Be prepared with $$$. A lot of ATV parks in Oklahoma only accept cash at the gate.

Camp Gruber ORV Park

  • Vehicle Rentals: No
  • Camping: Yes. Free Primitive Camping.
  • Other Accommodations: None
  • Riding Fees: Free
  • Restaurant: No
  • Open: Year round.

General Info: 

Helmets are required for all riders including SxS.

County run OHV Park open to ATVs, UTVs, Jeeps and dirt bikes.

466 acres with a mix of trails for all skill levels. Terrain is varied with wooded trails, rocky sections, climbs, mud and water.

This park hosts a lot of races and private events that are closed for public riding, so check before you go.

Camp Gruber ORV Park

Address:

Tyler Rd.
Muskogee OK 74403



Cross Bar Offroad Park

  • Vehicle Rentals: No
  • Camping: Yes
    • RV
      • 30/50 amp/water – $35 (+ riding fees)
      • Primitive – $15 (+ riding fees)
    • Tent
      • Open Tent Area –  $10 (+ riding fees) 
  • Other Accommodations: Yes
    • Primitive Bunkhouse – call for pricing
    • 5th Wheel – call for pricing
  • Riding/Admission Fees:
    • Adult (16+) – $20
    • Children (10-15) – $10
    • Children 9 and younger – Free
  • Restaurant: No
  • Open: Year round. Closed for hunting season.

General Info: 

*Closed during hunting season for 3 weeks. Closed last 2 weeks of November through 1st week of December.

This park is owned by the city of Davis. 

This is one of the largest ATV parks in Oklahoma with 6,500 acres. There are trails, fields, water and creek beds all open to off roading. The color coded trails will let you know if you’re on an easy or moderate trail. Most of the trails are easy, but there are still plenty of challenging areas for exploring. They do have a more advanced single track available for motorcycles only.

This park can be rented for private events and competitions.

There’s a store that sells T-shirts, hats, snacks and drinks.

Cross Bar Offroad Park

Address:

4550 Dolese Rd.
Davis OK 73030



Cross Timbers Riding Area @ Lake Stanley

  • Vehicle Rentals: No
  • Camping: Yes
    • Primitive Camping Only (no hookups) – $8
  • Other Accommodations: None
  • Riding Fees:
    • Adult Motorized Daily – $10
    • Adult Motorized Annual – $75
    • Adult Non-Motorized Annual – $2
    • Adult Non-Motorized Annual – $25
    • Children Motorized Daily – $2
    • Children Motorized Annual – $12
    • Children Non-Motorized Daily – Free
    • Children Non-Motorized Annual – Free
  • Restaurant: No
  • Open: Year round.

General Info: 

*This park is geared towards intermediate/advanced motorcycle riders. ATVs will have limited riding opportunities.

Located on the west side of Lake Stanley Draper, this park is open to ATVs and dirt bikes. SxS and 3-wheelers are not allowed

This is the second largest ATV park in Oklahoma with 1,500 acres open to off roading with 50 miles of trails. Advanced bike riders will enjoy the challenging single track with tight turns and a few creek crossings.

  • Green Trail – 7 miles. Open to ATVs and dirt bikes.
  • Red Trail – 12 miles. Open only to dirt bikes.
  • Grass Track – 3 miles.
  • Blue Trail – 14 miles. Open only to dirt bikes.
  • Moto X Track – Open only to dirt bikes.

Permits are required to ride in this park, they can be purchased at the Lake Stanley Draper Marina. The marina manages the campground and sells a few things like snacks, drinks, fishing gear and bait for fishing.

Lake Stanley Draper is a reservoir, so swimming is not allowed, but boating, Seadoos and water skiing are allowed.

There’s also a nice 14 mile paved path around the lake for joggers and bikers.

There is a primitive campground with portapotties and drinking water next to the riding area. You can pay for camping at the marina.

Cross Timbers Riding Area

Address:

8301 SE 104th St.
Oklahoma City 73165



Keystone State Park: White Water ORV Park/Appalachia Bay

  • Vehicle Rentals: No
  • Camping: Yes
  • Keystone State Park –
    • RV
      • 30 amp – $27
      • 30/50 amp – $29
    • Tent – $16
  • Appalachia Bay Primitive – $8
  • Other Accommodations: Yes
    • Cabins (@ Keystone State Park) – $100 – $200+
  • Riding Fees:
    • Per Private Vehicle – $5
  • Restaurant: Yes. Seasonal @ state park
  • Open: Year round

General Info: 

Managed by the Army Corp of Engineers, these off roading areas are part of Keystone State Park. There are two separate riding areas with 680 acres.  

One riding area, White Water ORV Park, is next to the Keystone Dam along the Arkansas River. This is the smaller of the two riding areas with about 80 acres.

The other riding area is Appalachia Bay which is very popular with motorcycles. Appalachia Bay is a spit of land that extends into the lake and connects to an “island”. It only becomes an actual island when the lake level is very high and cuts off access. With 600 acres, this riding area is one of the more popular ATV Parks In Oklahoma, especially with bikes.

Here’s a nice map of the park, look for the little ATV icon:

Keystone State Park Map

You’ll find a mix of riding conditions including some soft red sand open beach riding areas, sandy trails and sometimes a bit of water or mud if weather permits.

Camping isn’t available at the dam ORV area, but there are two campground at Appalachia Bay with direct trail access.

Plus there are cabins and more camping available at the state park. The state park has plenty to offer – swimming, fishing and boating. There is also a seasonal restaurant available.

White Water ORV Park

Address:

23115 West Wekiwa Rd.
Sand Spring OK 74063



Lake Murray ATV and Motorcycle Area

  • Vehicle Rentals: No
  • Camping: Yes
    • RV – $28
    • Tent – $17
  • Other Accommodations: Yes
    • Lodge  $125+
    • Cottage – $95+
    • Cabins  $165+
    • Villas – $125
  • Riding Fees:
    • Per Rider – $10
  • Restaurant: Yes
    • Foggy Bottom Restaurant
  • Open: Year round.

General Info: 

This is a large state park not just an ATV park. Not only is it Oklahoma’s first state park, but it is also the biggest. Centered around beautiful Lake Murray with over 12,000 acres of rolling forested hills, this area has a lot to off.

The off roading area has 1,000 acres with miles of trails. Trail conditions vary, there is sand, hills and gulleys to mix it up.

Trails are open to ATVs, 4 wheelers and motorcycles. Trucks, dune buggies and golf carts are allowed on these trails.

Helmets are required.

If you choose to camp, you can ride right from the campground to the trails. But, if you prefer to rough it indoors, there is also a lodge and cabins available, plus an onsite restaurant.

Take a swim or soak in the sun at one of the lovely soft sand beaches at Lake Murray. Get out on the water by renting a kayak, paddle boat, stand up paddle board or canoe from Lake Murray Water Sports, an onsite concessionaire.

Play 18 holes at Lake Murray Golf Course, or play a round of mini golf overlooking the cove. Enjoy the miles of trails available for hikers and mountain bikers.

If you’re in the Heartland, Lake Murray State Parks is the perfect family getaway.

Lake Murray State Park

Address:

40 Sumac Rd.
Ardmore OK 73401



Red River ATV Park

  • Vehicle Rentals: No
  • Camping: Yes. There is a $25 deposit for all camp sites.
    • RV
      • 30 Amp – $15 per day + riding fee
      • 50 Amp – $$25 per day + riding fee
    • Tent – Free primitive camping with 2 days of riding
  • Other Accommodations: None
  • Riding Fees:
    • $15 per day
  • Restaurant: No
  • Open: Year round.

General Info: 

*Do not use gps to get to this park, it will misdirect you.

Open to ATVs, SUVs, Jeeps, dirt bikes, dune buggies and other off road vehicles. Full sized, street legal trucks not allowed for off roading.

This family friendly river front ATV park has 400 acres with lots of mud. Riders will enjoy some loose sand hills, riding along the river or some of the many sections of mud. The mud varies from shallow mud sections that are easy to navigate to deeper challenging mud holes.

Visitors will also enjoy hiking, fishing and swimming.

Showers and bathrooms are available. Plus, there is a coin operated vehicle wash station.

Red River ATV Park

Address:

477 OK-78
Hendrix OK 74741



Rutt-N-Strutt River Ranch ATV/RV Park

  • Vehicle Rentals: No
  • Camping: Yes
    • RV
      • 30 amp/Water – $30
      • 50 amp/Water – $49
    • Tent
      • Primitive – $15
  • Other Accommodations: Yes
    • Rooms – $75
    • Cabins – $90 and up
    • Trailer – $75
    • 5th Wheel – $85
  • Riding Fees:
  • Restaurant: No
  • Open: Year round.

General Info: 

Park is open to ATVs, UTVs, rock crawlers, Jeeps, buggies and SxS. Dirt bikes are not allowed.

Trails are marked with ribbon and signs. The easy trails are marked with hot pink ribbon with the more difficult trails marked with bright orange ribbon. Riding off trail is permitted, but use caution. Trails can be used 24 hours a day.

This park is great for families. There’s a bright blue swimming hole on the lake with a huge swim dock, a smaller inflatable dock and a floating pontoon boat to dive off. They have a paddle boat and kayaks available, but you will need to bring your own life jackets for the kids.

RV sites are 30 amp or 50 amp with water. There is a dump station available. The tent sites are very nice – on the Canadian River with pretty views. Showers and bathrooms are available.

They have a rustic barn available to rent for wedding, family reunions and parties. 

Rutt-N-Strutt River Ranch 

Address:

9089 D 1320 Rd.
Lamar OK 74850