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Heavener Runestone Park, Heavener

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  • Read about this before you go. Unless you are young and in good condition, it should be by-passed. The stone is 70' below the parking area and the structure that now contains the stone is accessed but...  more »
  • My husband and I were married 6 years ago at the Runestone park, so it holds a special place in my heart. The views are breathtaking! I know from time to time they will hold festivals, etc there. Woul...  more »
  • We stopped by here after our trip to Robbers cave. The scenery was absolutely breathtaking. I was like we weren't even in Oklahoma anymore. Very neat place to see.  more »
  • Absolutely gorgeous in the fall!! Very peaceful. The nature trails are easy to hike. We enjoyed camping here very much!
  • We really enjoyed this place. The area is beautiful and the Runestone was very cool! Staff in the gift shop was very informative and friendly.
  • A nice place to get out of the car and go for a walk. The whole runestone thing didn't really interest me as much as the scenery surrounding it. The nature trail above the runestone is great. Only downside being that the waterfall was not working during my visit.
  • This is our go to spot for hiking. We love the area and the runestones are so cool to see. Twice a year they hold a Viking festival that's pretty fun.
  • Pretty cool stop on the drive back from the Talimena drive. There is a Viking festival once a year and the T-shirts are pretty cool. Great stop you can easily spend an hour or so at.