Spring River Canoe Trails State Park

 
Spring River Canoe TrailsSpring River FloatingBicentennial State Park
 

Google Map (end of the road E 40)

Quapaw Weather Forecast, OK

 Park Office: 918-542-6969

 (Twin Bridges)

 

Spring River Canoe Trails State Park, Oklahoma

 Located near Quapaw this park is very small and beautiful. Spring River Canoe Trails State Park is usually grouped with Twin Bridges State Park, and is often called its sister park; it is located to the north of Twin Bridges area.

 There are no RV sites at Spring River, it is mainly for day use.

 The Spring River comes from Missouri, and meets up with the Neosho River then flows into Grand Lake, it is very scenic and would make an easy canoe trip... Good Canoe Information on this area from Southwest Paddler.

 The  Spring River State Park area shares interesting history with the Nez Perce Tribe and Chief Joseph. A Nez Perce historical sign is located inside the park and is very interesting to read.

 Oklahoma Road Trips website also has a neat write up on the Spring River.

Travel Ok's "Floating Oklahoma's Rivers" article has information on Spring River as well as other scenic rivers in Oklahoma, and Discover Oklahoma has a Youtube video of Spring River Canoe floating with Blue Hole.

 Note: Spring River Canoe Trails is also formerly known as Bicentennial State Park.

See Also: Twin Bridges State Park, Bernice State Park, Honey Creek State Park.

Grand Lake OK Camping: Spring River Canoe Trails State Park

Grand Lake Association

Paddling.net - Spring River Kayak / Canoe Trip.

Nearby: Quapaw Downstream Casino, Blue Hole Canoe Floats,

See also Quapaw Tribal Ancestry Website for more information on the Quapaw Tribe and Language.

 Spring River Canoe Trails "Oklahoma’s least expensive state park is also its least popular, and least revenue generating"