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Turner Falls Park, Davis

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Enjoy a hike and a swim at Turner Falls Park. Two trails lead to the base of the falls and the pool at Honey Creek. The 6.1 sq km (1,500 acre) park features several more paths that guide you past rock formations, caves, and thick forest growth. Take the trail that passes a castle built in the 1930s, and explore inside its stone walls. At the falls, relax on the benches or take a dip in the pool. Remember to bring your swimsuit and sunscreen. Put Turner Falls Park and other Davis attractions into our Davis vacation route planner, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • We spent Friday through Sunday in the RV park with a camper. This is a beautiful area of Oklahoma that we've never visited before. When hiking, make sure you wear bathing suit because you might just w...  more »
  • Turner Falls is an excellent place to take the family. There are both places to swim with water deep enough for slides. In other places, the water is shallow enough to sit and enjoy the water as it fl...  more »
  • The price is simply amazing! all day swim from 6 am to 8:30 pm, for $12? The water was great, the staff was amazing. The vendors there (food) was good as well. Can't wait to come back!  more »
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  • $12 per adult for the day (plus tax) as you can camp overnight for a fee as well. There is a mini water park with a could of slides when you drive in on the first level, but you have to park on the 2nd and either walk or wait for a bus to get there. Sometimes it was only standing room. There is a map but it's hard to tell where you are on the 3rd level due to the lack of signage. Extremely peaceful and and a great place for a picnic. There are a few trails and a couple caves and two castles. The castles are up a million stairs (I felt like after hiking the 2 mi. Trail) but gorgeous none the less. The waterfall was also breathtaking. One of the caves you have to climb to get to and there is a party when there's a small ledge you have to cross, with no ropes. It could be scary if you don't like heights but the view is to die for. It was crowded, but it is summer time. The water was kind of filthy, and you could not get under the waterfall was a let down. Still it is an amazing place for the outdoorsy type, but bring swimming shoes since the rocks can be slippery.
  • Beautiful place to camp. Easy to get a good swimming spot by the river. Rates have just about doubled from last time I went though. Ends up being about 25 per person per day. Seems like they have it separated into camping fees and admission fees. Seems a little too high. For a family of 4 to camp for the weekend came to near $200. I cant go back at this price.
  • Only reason for the One Star is because My Family & Me got 44 minutes away from there Sunday when they Text/sent an email to the person who paid for it telling them that they were closed down until Tuesday, because a Tornado hit it which caused Flooding in the Park which they needed to pick another Day to come since they don't Refund people's money for any reason. I think that it's Ridiculous/Shameful that they won't Refund money for any reason & make people Reschedule their Day to come. They actually got to open up that Afternoon due to the water resending quicker than expected, so they sent a Text/Email letting us know that we could come or still choose another day. They still some stuff closed down when we got there such as the Waterfalls, Slides, & etc...therefore we could only swim in certain areas & the Hiking Trail where we went in Caves/Saw Castles. It cost $12 per person just for the day which wasn't a bad as for the Total cost for everyone.
  • Clear water in the creek. Not so clear in larger pools such as under the main falls or near diving board. Admission prices could be adjusted in unison with non peak times like off season and during the week especially while schools are in session. Twelve dollars per adult makes it harder to justify for those who want to do a short visit or quick drive through. Very scenic and pretty area.
  • So the 5 star is for the beauty of the place, however, it needs some maintaining. There was quite a bit of trash everywhere and I recognize that it is a city park but nevertheless, I think they could do better. I also asked to do a service project for them (I brought 8 people) but they said there's really nothing to be done. Nevertheless, the place is quite naturally beautiful along with other things that are there to do. There's an old "castle-like" structure we got to explore. It's not a castle and there's an explanation you can read about when you explore the place. There are also a few caves which one of them the boys said had a massive room inside and lots of hiking trail. The river is the best experience because we got to swim a lot and there are quite a few swinging ropes that people put up to swing from. We were also able to walk upstream quite a ways and enjoyed the cool fresh water. There are restrooms right by the swimming hole (the falls). The camping area is great. We camped above the falls and we were very close to the river that we swam a lot. Our campsite was close to restrooms, showers and running water. Overall, a good experience.