Nestled in the mighty oak trees just west of Okmulgee are two beautiful state parks, Okmulgee and Dripping Springs. Dripping Springs State Park offers scenery, relaxation and a family friendly environment. The park is located along beautiful Dripping Springs Lake, built in 1979, which spans 1,150 acres. The lake was designated Oklahoma's first "Trophy Bass Lake" and has an abundant stand of timber still in the water, which make an ideal habitat for trophy bass. Two campgrounds offer a total of 76 semi-modern RV sites and 17 primitive tent sites. ADA accessible restrooms and showers, a lighted boat ramp, playground and pavilions are available. Visitors to Dripping Springs Lake can enjoy swimming and fishing; no water sports are allowed. Dripping Springs State Park is located adjacent to Okmulgee State Park, allowing visitors to enjoy both parks in one visit. Come and enjoy this "Oasis in the Oaks."

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