Starting to plan your summer vacation? a road trip? need a place to park your camper/rv? Just look south of Nowata on Oologah Lake and you will find Double Creek Cove, it is sure to fit the bill. That is, if you are looking for very reasonable fees and scenic camping. The campsites with electric include a picnic table, a fire ring and cooking grill. If you enjoy roughing it, then there are primitive campsites. Restrooms are available but no showers.
Double Creek Park Camping Fees
- Campsites with Electric $9.00
- Tent Sites/Primitive $5.00
- Senior Citizens/Campsites with Electric $6.00
Check Out Time 11:00 AM
I have been out to Double Creek Park in the early morning and have seen Wild Turkeys and Deer walking about. The day I took these pictures it was a early warm Spring Day and the birds were singing. It was very quite. I imagine that it would be a great place to get away from it all. Check back in the Summer for more pictures.
I understand that Oologah lake is one of the best fishing lakes in Oklahoma. You might want to spend some time kicking back with the fishing pole in the water. Double Creek Park has a boat ramp for all the boaters. There is a swim designated area, also.
If you want to tour area points of interest, there are plenty of interesting places to keep you busy for a few days . The Dog Iron Ranch and Birthplace of the comedian, Will Rogers, is just about 17 miles south on Hwy. 169. If you go north about 20 miles on Hwy.169 to Coffeyville, Kansas, you will find the Brown Mansion and The Dalton Museum. Go west, young man, on Hwy. 60 towards Bartlesville and you will find an abundance of sites to spend a few quality hours.
- Price Tower
- Frank Phillips Mansion
- Bartlesville Historical Museum
- Nellie Johnstone, First Commercial Oil Well
Venture on to Dewey, where the west is wild and tour a real Hollywood Cowboy’s museum. Dewey is about 5 miles north of Bartlesville on Hwy.75 and tour a real Hollywood Cowboy’s museum.
Now, I haven’t told you of all the antique stores and great shopping in the area! That is a secret for a later entry, be sure and come back!
A caretaker is on site, but if he cannot be found upon entering the park, well, just go ahead and park your camper or set up your tent. He will come around and collect the dues for camping.
Rules and Regulations
Double Creek Park
Camping fees must be paid before entering the park (read the above information)
No alcohol in the park.
Gate is locked from 10:00pm to 6:00am.
Check out time is 11:00am.
Do not drive through the fields.
Put all trash in dumpster.
No cans or bottles in the fire rings.
Fireworks are to be set off down by the water, NO FIREWORKS NEAR CAMPERS!
No visitors allowed after 10:00pm.
Use deadwood only for campfires, no green trees.
Failure to obey the rules will be grounds for immediate eviction from the park and the forfeiture of fees paid.
Please be a good boy/girl scout and leave the place better than when you found it!
Best of all, the people are friendly and the food is home cooked! You might make some new friends and enjoy a meal around the fire ring. Can’t get much better than that!