Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Natural Falls State Park
West Siloam Springs, Oklahoma
Natural Falls State Park, Site 23
Weather Condition; High 97 Low 62, Sunny
We pulled out of Bernice State Park about 9:30 Monday morning and drove about 60 miles to Natural Falls State Park. The drive here was along a winding road with many hills. It is a beautiful drive through the country. It took almost 2 hours to get here due to the many curves in the road.
Bud and Bette decided to make the move with us so they followed along.
We’re loving this State Park. The staff is very friendly and the park is beautiful. They have 45 paved level RV sites.
Each site has plenty of room between them. 10 of the sites are long pull-thru’s, some have 30amp and some have 50amp. They also have 8 sites they refer to as premium sites, those site have 30amp, water and sewer. The park has a separate area for tent camping. They have a nice playground, community center, covered pavilion, hiking trails and the Falls. This park has a ton of mature tree. The drought has done a number on the trees here. Many of those trees are dead.
There are only 5 RV’s here right now. It’s a quite park.
This morning we walked to the falls area and I shot a few pictures of the area.
Dawn and Bette on the overlook of the falls