Boiling Springs State Park

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Boiling Springs State Park


(580) 256-7664

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Boiling Springs State Park, an oasis on the plains, captures some of the finest elements of nature. In the 1930s, the Civilian Conservation Corps built the park and named it after one of the naturally-occurring springs, which is now showcased in a newly-built outdoor wooden complex. For a day trip, stroll around the recently-constructed structure and learn about Boiling Springs State Park's history, while also taking in the nearby beauty. Alternatively, turn your visit into an extended stay and enjoy all that the area has to offer.

Wildlife is one of the many awe-inspiring features of the 820-acre park. Various species of animals dominate the area, including whitetail deer, wild turkeys, raccoons, coyotes, bobcats, beavers, badgers, rabbits, skunks and opossums. Cabins, RV sites, and tent campsites are available, as well as group camping. Tourists can also enjoy Boiling Springs' 18 hole golf course, swimming, nature and hiking trails and fishing.

Map of Boiling Springs (OK)

Latitude, Longitude: 36.442690, -99.330826



  • Camping

    Recreational facilities include 10 RV sites with modern hookups and pull-throughs, 29 semi-modern back-in sites and tent campsites. There are also four cabins, two group camps and a security office.

  • Fishing

    Fishermen will enjoy several convenient fishing spots on Lake Schul.

  • Golfing

    Boiling Springs Golf Course, an 18-hole course, is located next to the park. The course is not run by the state of Oklahoma.

  • Hiking

    Boiling Springs State Park has four major trails, which offer unique opportunities to view the park's spectacular wildlife.

  • Picnicking

    Over 150 picnic tables and grills are scattered throughout the park. Guests can access one of three picnic pavilions, furnished with electrical outlets, a cookout grill, and water.

  • RVing

    Numerous RV sites are available at Boiling Springs State Park. The park's modern sites have 50amp/30amp service, and the semi-modern sites have 30amp service.

  • Water Sports

    Visitors to the park will enjoy the pleasant swimming pool, which also conveniently has a concession stand and changing house.

  • Wildlife Watching

    Wildlife is one of the main draws for visitors to Boiling Springs State Park. Some of the animals you are most likely to see include whitetail deer, wild turkeys, raccoons, coyotes, bobcats, beavers, badgers, rabbits, skunks, and opossums.


The Boiling Springs area offers good opportunities for fall foliage viewing. During the winter, the Spring Hill area is gated and its bathrooms are closed. The park's group camps are also closed and winterized each fall.



Boiling Springs State Parks is located one mile north of Woodward on Highway 34, and then four miles east on Highway 34C.

Phone Numbers


(580) 256-7664