Robbers Cave State Park Cabins

Robbers Cave State Park
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Hit the Trails and Experience History at Robbers Cave State Park

Robbers Cave State Park in Oklahoma offers fun activities for everyone in your family to enjoy. Stay busy from dusk to dawn, with horseback riding, rock climbing, kayaking and canoeing, sightseeing, swimming, and fishing all on the menu. In the evening, return to a tranquil room at one of the nearby Robbers Cave State Park hotels, and enjoy views of Coon Creek Lake.

Best Hiking Trails in Robbers Cave State Park

There are over 50mi. of trails in Robbers Cave State Park. Some of the trails are multi-use and allow hikers, horses, and mountain bikes to share the path. Each trail is unique and offers different views and degrees of difficulty, and most are convenient to the Robbers Cave State Park cabins, where you can retreat after a day of strenuous hiking.

  • 1. Coon Creek Ridge Trail

    A two mile loop trail that takes hikers through a heavily wooded area above Coon Creek, there are a number of interesting rock formations along the trail. A highlight of this fairly level trail are the views from the scenic bluff overlooking Coon Creek.

  • 2. Mountain Trail

    This trail is just under five miles in length and is a one-way route. Backpackers will find a primitive campsite along the route with views of Rough Canyon. Sections of this trail are very steep and rocky, and the hike can take up to 8 hours to complete.

  • 3. Robbers Cave Nature Trail

    An easy loop trail that is just under a mile in length, this option takes you to the entrance of Robbers Cave, for which the park is named. There are a number of sandstone formations on the trail and a grove of indigenous trees. Signs along the path explain the nature and history of the area.

Best Family Activities in Robbers Cave State Park

Robbers Cave State Park is a perfect family getaway for those seeking adventure and fun in the outdoors. Spend a few nights at one of the Robbers Cave State Park cabins, for stunning views of the natural forests.

  • 1. Belle Starr Express

    Take the family on a ride aboard this miniature train on a scenic trip around the park. The trip lasts 30 minutes and includes some of the best views of the park. The train runs every day in the summer and limited hours during the rest of the year.

  • 2. ATV Riding

    Bring your own ATV or hire one and explore the 250-acre ATV riding area. Ride through forested areas and past lakes with no restrictions.

  • 3. Rappeling

    Learn how to rappel on one of the park's sheer cliff faces. There are a number of routes to explore depending on your skill level, and the park has instructors on-site to help you learn safely.