Foss State Park

Foss State ParkFoss Reservoir LakeFoss RV Campground
Foss State Park
Hwy 44 N & Hwy 73 W
Foss, OK 73647
Park Office: 580-592-4433

State Park Website for Foss

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Foss State Park, Oklahoma

Reserve a campsite at Foss State Park

 Located just north of historic Route 66 and the famous Route 66 Museum in Clinton Oklahoma, this park was memorable for the taxidermy white albino deer inside the park office, and the neat herd of buffalo located close by. Foss State Park is located on beautiful Foss Lake, and is a welcome retreat from western Oklahoma summer heat.

 Foss has a nice equestrian trail called Warrior Trail and a horse camp located in the park; the only draw back for the enjoyment is there are no stables to rent horses so everyone can ride. Warrior trail is also used for mountain bikes and hiking and is 19 miles spread out along the southern side of the lake.

 Foss Lake has a nice little marina, and all water sports are allowed. Jet skis and pontoon boats can be rented from Marina Del Rey which also has Portside Cafe floating restaurant. We saw plenty of people havin' fun out on the water and fishing is reported to be good on the lake with most game fish available.

 RV sites are very scenic, we especially liked the Cedar Point area, and most all of the south side of the lake is close to the action with good views. Southside Campground has 10 sites with full hookups and has several shaded sites large enough to hold the biggest of RVs. The North side of Foss Lake has camping, and you can actually rent the entire NorthSide campground for a Rv rally or family get-together; it has 15 RV sites.  Note: The NorthSide Campground closes from November to May.

The area around the park is Red Carpet Country.

More information can be found at

Foss State Park's facebook page

Oklahoma Wildlife Trails- Foss State Park webpage for Foss Reservoir

Foss Oklahoma Route 66 almost a Ghost Town

Nearby things to see & do include: Washita National Wildlife Refuge, Washita National Battlefield, Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, and Clinton Motor Sports Park.