We’ve visited Turner Falls a number of times over the last two years, and there’s always something new to discover! Turner Falls Park consists of 1500 acres of fun in the heart of the Arbuckle mountains. And while it’s known as the home of Oklahoma’s largest waterfall, it’s much more than that.
Turner Falls Park is nestled below the famous Arbuckle Mountains and forms Honey Creek, which then cascades down a seventy-seven (77) foot fall to a natural swimming pool.
There are trails throughout the park that lead to the top of the falls, as well as caves, rock formations, and even a castle!
And there’s a separate swimming area with slides and a diving board!
Features & Activities
- 77ft Waterfall
- Rock Castle
- Picnic Sites
- R.V. Hookups
- Novelty Shops
- Hiking Trails
- Bath Houses
- Natural Swimming Areas
- Wading Areas
- Sandy Beaches
- 3 Natural Caves
- Geological Formations
I-35 and Highway 77
Davis, OK 73030
Box Office Hours
- Winter 7:00AM–6:00PM
- Summer 6:00AM–8:30PM
Admission (as 0f 2017)
Summer Rates (May 1–September 30)
- Adults (13+): $12.00
- Children (6-12): $6.00
- Children (Under 5): free – do not require tickets
- Seniors (55+): $6.00
- Active Military with valid ID: $6.00
Winter Rates (Oct 1–April 30)
- Adults (13+): $4.00
- Children (6-12): $4.00
- Children (under 5): free – do not require tickets
- Seniors (55+): $3.00
- Active Military with valid ID: $4.00
Rates are subject to change without notice and do not include sales tax or any applicable fees. Please be aware that Turner Falls Park has a maximum capacity and does sell out, especially in the Summer Season and around holidays. To ensure your entry to the park, please purchase your tickets online in advance.
For more information about camping, amenities, rules of the park, and more, visit TurnerFallsPark.com.
Turner Falls is located in the heart of Chickasaw Country.
Learn more about other adventures in the area HERE.