Opt Outside at Osage Hills

Opt Outside at Osage Hills

from 250.00

Friday, November 23rd - Sunday, November 25

The holidays are time to come together and what better way to connect with friends and family than getting outside? Join the movement of people who are saying ‘NO’ to mall madness and ‘YES’ to #optoutside

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THE EXPERIENCE

Camp is set up and ready for you upon your arrival. All you have to do is show up with your personal effects! Each tent is fully outfitted with everything you need for a comfortable camping experience. Furnishings include:

  • Full sized bed with real mattress OR Cots with mattress pads

  • Linens, down comforter, pillows, and wool blanket (for beds)

  • Sleeping bag, sheet and pillow (for cots)

  • Rugs

  • Lanterns

  • Side Table

  • String Lighting

  • Door Mat

  • Camp Chairs

Also available: kids’ cots, kids’ sleeping bags, campfire-ready catering, and more. See our Full Menu for more details.

THE ACCOMMODATIONS

Campers can choose between the following outfitting options:

  • WALL TENT - These are beautiful tents belonging to the State Park. Each tent is built up on a wood deck and features an in-tent wood burning stove. Plenty of space for your whole crew. Note that there are two wall tents available but one is available Saturday night only.

  • BELL TENT - Our signature round tents can easily fit one bed (small tents) or two beds (large tents).

ABOUT OSAGE HILLS STATE PARK

An historic Civilian Conservation Corp park, Osage Hills State Park is located between Bartlesville and Pawhuska in NE Oklahoma. With lush forests, rocky bluffs and serene waters, the park boasts 1,100 acres of scenery.  A visit to Osage Hills State Park in the fall will inspire visitors, as the foliage transforms from green to vivid shades of yellow, orange and red. 

WHAT TO DO

  • Hiking & Mountain Biking

  • Fishing at Lookout Lake or Sand Creek

  • Gather around the campfire

  • Take a drive through the Tallgrass Prairie

  • Travel to Pawhuska for a meal at the Pioneer Woman’s Mercantile.