Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Sulphur
Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
Friends of Chickasaw National Recreation Area is a 501c(3) non-profit organization created to support Chickasaw National Recreation Area in a variety of ways including increasing public awareness regarding the park and its missions, fund raising, and other volunteer activities.Make Chickasaw National Recreation Area part of your personalized Sulphur itinerary using our Sulphur itinerary builder.
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Small campers or tents are best suited or just a day trip. Still moderate temps and usually great weather still. Lots of hiking trails, close to town, be sure to visit the visitors center in town!
I can't say enough good things about this place. The camp grounds were clean and well maintained with access to water spigots and restrooms scattered throughout. The creeks and rivers that run through... read more »
My best friend and I decided to take a quick camping trip to Chickasaw National Rec Area. Our choices where CNRA or Turner Falls and are we glad we did not go to Turner Falls. We camped at Cold Spring... read more »
This place is awesome. I can't wait to go back and see more. If your in the area or want to go learn about Chickasaw Indians or want somewhere to take your family. I strongly recommend this place. It's fun, interesting, and beautiful. It's just awesome. I promise you will love it.
Beautiful nature area, lots of trails & springs, nice visitor center
It's a beautiful place to stay the weekend or longer if you can. There are privately owned cabins all around the lake that can be rented,most with a kitchen,television,etc. when you come in from playing in the lake. Sulphur itself has anything you want like Antique shops,Walmart Supercenter and lots of nice places to eat. It is just an all around great place to visit!
Beautiful wilderness. If there were such things as sasquatch, and you happened to want to research such mythical beasts, this could be a place.
Camped there every summer when I was a kid. Kay Ernst has gone and camped with us before too! When it's 100 degrees outside and you dive in to that 50 degree, crystal clear water, there's nothing more exhilarating! I can remember doing back flips off "Little Niagara" falls with my brother, and playing spoons with my family!
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