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A great adventure for the entire family.

General Info

Looking for an adventure the entire family can enjoy? Turner Falls Park is exactly what you're looking for. Tucked along Honey Creek in the Arbuckle Mountains, Turner Falls is operated by the City of Davis and has been a recreational area since the 1860s. This iconic vacation spot is a three-level, 1,500 acre park that offers a variety of activities everyone can enjoy.

The park has swimming and wading area, water slides, beaches, picnic areas, caves, and an onsite castle. Wildlife typically seen in the park include white-tail deer and wild turkeys.

And don't forget, you have plenty of opportunities to grab something to eat around the park at the general store and a number of concession stands.
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Featured Attractions

Turner Falls
Turner Falls is a 77-foot waterfall that ends in a beautiful, but cold, swimming area. The swimming area has a rocky bottom, so you might want to consider wearing water shoes. Also, don't forget that kids under must wear Coast Guard approved life jackets.

Collings Castle
Constructed in the early 1930s using natural stone, Collings Castle is an excellent example of English architecture. You can wander through its many levels to your heart's content. You don't have to schedule a tour. Just walk in, and start exploring.

Natural Caves
Turner Falls Park contains three natural caves, all above the falls. Note hat the caves can be hard to spot, and the hike might be considered difficult by some.

Trout Fishing
The streams around Turner Falls are stocked with trout from November until the middle of March, and fishing is allowed during this time period. For just $15 (which includes park admission), you can fish all day and keep up to five fish. Note that a valid Oklahoma Fishing License is required.

Rules and Suggestions

  • Pets are NOT allowed in the park, with the exception of ADA compliant service animals.
  • Children 12 and under must wear a Coast Guard approved life jacket. (Turner Falls does not provide them.) Breaking this rule will get you tossed out of the park.
  • The park requires you to have an admission ticket for each day you visit the park. Try to buy your tickets ahead of time online since the park fill up quickly.
  • The park is huge (1,500 acres and three levels). If you've never visited the park, check it out online, first, to see where to park and to plan your day.
  • Picnic areas are first-come, first served.
  • Summer hours are 6:00 AM until 8:30 PM. Buses stop running at 6:30 PM.