Osage Hills State Park

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Osage Hills State Park


(918) 336-4141

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Osage Hills State Park offers 1,100 acres of natural, scenic beauty, which create a perfect summer getaway for visitors of all types and dispositions. The park offers numerous picnic tables and shelters, as well as a swimming pool, ball field and tennis court. Hikinh through the park offers visitors a chance to enjoy the park's ecological beauty and to view the areas interesting wildlife and plant species. Abundant fishing for bass, crappie, catfish and perch can be found in Lookout Lake, or in Sand Creek at the south end of the park. The park also has good opportunities for fall foliage viewing and contains a beautiful waterfall. Rowboat rentals in the park offer a unique way for visitors to explore and enjoy the nearby waterways.

In terms of overnight accommodations, Osage Hills State Park offers 20 semi-modern RV campsites and 8 cabins for rent. RV sites in the park have electric and water service, as well as modern bath houses.

Map of Osage Hills (OK)

Latitude, Longitude: 36.742730, -96.181870



  • Boating

    Osage Hills State Park's various bodies of water offer fun, convenient opportunities for boating. The park also offers rowboat rentals.

  • Bicycling

    In addition to its well-known hiking trails, Osage Hills State Park features nearly 3.5 miles of dedicated mountain biking trails over challenging terrain. The park's narrow, single-track trails incorporate switchbacks and lots of climbs and descents.

  • Camping

    RV sites and Tent sites are available in the park, as is a modern bathhouse. The park also offers cabin rentals featuring a coffee Maker, in-room fireplace, and kitchen facilities.

  • Fishing

    Lookout Lake and Sand Creek both offer abundant fishing opportunities for visitors.

  • Hiking

    Osage Hills State Park is a popular place for hiking because its hiking trails are distinct from the mountain biking trails. The hiking trails a hilly, but were built to be fully accessible. Hikes range from one to five miles.

  • Picnicking

    Picnickers in the park will find numerous picnic areas and shelters throughout the park.

  • RVing

    RV users will find electric and water service in Osage Hills State Park.

  • Water Sports

    Enjoying water sports and swimming in the park's bodies of water are great ways to cool off after a long hike.


All comfort stations but the one in the RV campground are closed for the winter, as is the park's group campsite.



Located nine miles west of Bartlesville on Highway 60 from Highway 123.

Phone Numbers


(918) 336-4141