Natural Falls State Park


May 3, 2008 

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 Natural Falls State Park  (also known as Dripping Springs) was featured in the original Where the Red Fern Grows movie.  Day use of the park is $3.00 per car, add .50 per person for vehicles carrying more than six people. 

The 77-foot waterfall is one of the tallest in Oklahoma.  The trail to the falls is paved and comes complete with handrails, a bridge, an obsevation platform to view the falls from above and stair steps.  The park also includes hiking trails (unpaved) for a nice walk through the woods.

 Picnic areas, tent sites, and an RV park are also available.

Park Information:

58035 S 682 Road (just off HWY 412)

Colcord, OK  74338

(918) 422-5802

naturalfalls@oklahomaparks.com

 

formal garden leading to trail entrance

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