Natural Falls State Park, West Siloam Springs

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#7 of 58 in Nature in Oklahoma
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Natural Falls State Park is a 120 acres (0.49 km2) state-owned park in the Ozarks, in Delaware County, Oklahoma. It lies along U.S. Highway 412, near the Arkansas-Oklahoma state line. The property was privately-owned and known as Dripping Springs until 1990, when the state bought it. The previous owners had also used the property as an attraction and rest stop for travelers on the highway, featuring a swimming pool and gardens. The site was used in the production of the 1974 film "Where the Red Fern Grows".
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  • Great place for a hike or disc golf game. Clean and friendly with easy walking trails or more difficult for the adventurous. Take you kids or adults and enjoy the scenery and atmosphere. Highly... 
    Great place for a hike or disc golf game. Clean and friendly with easy walking trails or more difficult for the adventurous. Take you kids or adults and enjoy the scenery and atmosphere. Highly...  more »
  • A nice place to stop and stretch the legs as we were traveling through. We did hiked to the falls and then did a loop hike after that. The falls were pretty and not a lot of people were there at... 
    A nice place to stop and stretch the legs as we were traveling through. We did hiked to the falls and then did a loop hike after that. The falls were pretty and not a lot of people were there at...  more »
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  • My only regret about this place is that I have lived in Oklahoma most of my life and never visited this park until now. The hiking trails are easy in some areas and moderate in others. Maybe it’s just me but the trail map could use some tweaking. The RV park and the Yurts available for use look really nice. The park is maintained well. I also noticed that they had security on duty which provides some level of comfort in leaving your vehicle parked ($10 BTW)while you go for a hike. The water falls were cool to see and there were different places to choose from in which to view them which is a nice touch. I can definitely recommend this area to relax and spend some quality time with nature.
  • If a senior citizen you shouldn't be charged per vehicle

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