Re: Oklahoma Great Salt Plains
Kevin Pate (kevinpate@YAHOO.COM)
Thu, 20 Aug 1998 09:33:05 -0700
---Signe Rogers <midwife@SOUTHWIND.NET> wrote:
> Anyone have information of camping areas for a troop near the Great
Salt Plains? We will be visiting with aprox. 15 people at the end of
Great Salt Plains State Park
Route 1, Box 28
Jet, OK 73749
Eight miles north of Jet on State
Highway 38 in northwestern
8,890-Acre Great Salt Plains
Reservoir & Salt Flats (adjacent
to the park)
840 Park Acres
6 Cabins (with fireplace)
3 Camping areas, 155
National Wildlife Refuge
Boating and Water Skiing
Selenite Crystal Digging (April -
Homesteader's Original Sod
Hope this helps! State Tourism web site
(the source of the above) is: http://www.otrd.state.ok.us/
Also nearby is Alabaster Caverns park and the Lil' Sahara park (both
about 1.25 hours west.
The drive in between will remind you of Arizona and is beautiful.
(But me, I prefer my hills in SE OK. Got to go back yesterday and
show them off to an intern in my office from England. She had thought
all of OK was flat like Norman town.
Kevin Pate email@example.com
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Cub Roundtable Comm., Sooner District
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Camping Services Committee member, Sooner Council
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