This park is immaculate, quiet and beautiful! It has an interesting entrance and many nooks in which to camp, hike and rejuvenate. Playgrounds for the kids(any age I guess!) and plenty of shade trees, pavilions and water hydrants for camping, day hiking, family reunions, class reunions, gatherings of all kinds. Bring your own firewood for the campfire rings! Proud to... 更多
We spend a few hours hiking last weekend during a break in the cold weather. The park is small but has several very nice trails. The views are great and the trails none-to-challenging! And it is relatively close to OKC. Highly recommend this park for a nice afternoon out in nature.
We were passing through and stopped for the night. Water and electric was $22.00 and we got a discount for being a senior. (10%) Nice sites and clean park. Coin operated Showers and regular bathrooms that were heated. Nice trails in the park. Pretty scenery. Steep hill to campground. Unhook tow car before going down. You'll be glad you did!
I love this place. It is simple, quiet, exceptionally clean and well maintained. Activities range from repelling to hiking. The plant life is unique due to the protection of the canyon walls. If you enjoy history, read up on the California Road and other Oklahoma history pre-statehood and then go see where it happened.
I have lived in or around Hinton, OK most of my life. Seems like Red Rock Canyon has always been taken for granted in my life. Red Rock is a great place to camp, especially for tent campers. Lots of hiking trails to explore on the sandrock cliffs. Red Rock has changed over the last 40 years, and more of... 更多
We just spent four nights RV camping in the canyon, The Walnut camping area seem to be quieter and better for us that are middle aged. The California camp area is good for families with children. Nice playground area. WARNING: If you have a pet do NOT take them on a hiking trail. There are small burs in the grass... 更多
What a pleasure to return to this park and find it just as perfect as our last visit. We visited in a motorhome and parked in one of the pull-thru spots with water and electric. We are full-time RVers and though we only stayed one night this time, we already look forward to returning.
We enjoyed the first hike to the left as you enter the park. One of the first left hand turns is a place where many will rappel and that's a blast to watch. It's a park to scratch off your "I've got to see everything" bucket list.
This would be a nice place to take your RV but the road just after the entrance is steep, narrow and very curvy. Saw that there was a swimming pool but was closed for the "season" in August.