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Twin Bridges State Park
14801 S Hwy 137
Fairland, Oklahoma   74343

Phone: 918-542-6969
Twin Bridges State Park

Twin Bridges State Park

Twin Bridges State Park offers fabulous fishing in a beautiful country setting. Whether you stay in a lake hut or camp under the stars, you'll find plenty of reasons to love this park.

Twin Bridges State Park is known for its quiet country atmosphere and excellent fishing for trophy-sized bass, catfish, bluegill and spoonbill. A fishing center with bait/tackle, snacks and enclosed fishing dock is located within the park. Lighted boat ramps, picnic facilities, RV and tent campgrounds, lake huts, playgrounds, volleyball court and horseshoe pits are also available. Picnic facilities include tables, individual shelters and group picnic shelters for larger gatherings. Campsites range from semi-modern RV sites to tent camping, and comfort stations with showers. The park offers one-room lake huts with electricity, ceiling fans, and screened windows inside; grills, tables, water and restroom facilities outside.
The park is home to some great sport fishing, with trophy sized specimens representing such popular game fish species as bluegill, catfish, bass and spoonbill. The park is also the home of a well stocked fishing...more

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June 6 Close to home by Bud Sheldon
I live in northeast Ok. with many campgrounds but this is my favorite , well kept, and very well patrolled by the Rangers. Safe for the whole family, In fact I am going back next week for a few days.
June 7 great fishing by been coming here for years
great fishing it really needs a stocked store with bait unless you want to try to catch your own good luck really really needs a store that has bait all the time
February 24 my only camping place by catfish cook miami ok
like i said great all around park the only problem is most is out of staters backing on boat ramp and go to camp grounds to get fishing stuff very not fair
September 12 nice spot on the river by thearys
Sites are large roomy, some are shady. Site in upper areas have view of rivers, we stayed at boat dock area right on the water. Enjoyed our stay, lovely spot, but...be aware you will have highway noise. Also, out site was filthy, must have picked up 400 cigarette butts around the table area, many of which were hardened in the mud so been there a while. Shame on folks who toss them, and on those who are supposed to tidy up the campground. We left it much cleaner than when we arrived. Dump station is easy, well-designed, nothing irritates my husband more than poorly designed dump stations. This one was terrific, only thing missing is a small trash can for plastic gloves, right at the station.
June 14 Wonderful Place for Family Re-union by Gary Garner
Twin Bridges has been our family reunion spot for years! bathroom facilities were clean and fully stocked; pavillion was clean and easily accessed; Park Rangers very courteous and helpful - the view is so beautiful - enjoyed the park! Wonderful place to visit! Thanks for a wonderful Time with our family..
May 8 Fix the Boat Dock by Spoon-bill fisherman
The boat dock is falling apart ! The bumpers are missing in allot of spots and the north side looks like it was hit by a barge ! They had better start spending more on the dock and less on playground equipment or their precious caviare revue may drastically decrease.
July 11 Poor fishing and boat ramps by SuzanneLS
I used to visit this park very often but it has really gone down hill for some reason. No lights on or even near the boat dock ramps which makes it very hard to launch or even come in when boating. Bank for fishing is ok but would be nice to have even one light in the parking area that would shine onto fishing bank. Very dark and makes the unkept bank actually a dangerous place to fish at night due to lots of holes and debri to trip over. River is very snaggy if fishing on the bank. Your lucky to get in without snagging and losing your hook and sinker each time. Camp sites are clean however and bathrooms are clean. Just not what I would consider a place to fish or enter your boat right now until they do something about the extremely poor lighting situation.
July 11 Twin Bridges
No lighted boat ramps. Very dangerous and should not be used until lighting is installed. Extremely dark and makes it very hard to launch your boat and come in if you do. This park has undergone changes and it is not the same as it used to be in the past. If you are planning on fishing off the bank, it is also not a good place to fish. No lighting at all, dangerous unkept concrete bank with many holes to trip and fall. Neosho river there is very snaggy for bank fishing. Your lucky if you real in with your hook and sinker still attached. Used to be a favorite place but we have decided to go elsewhere. If your only wanting to camp then it is a very nice camp ground. Clean camp spots and bathrooms. I just would never want to try to bank fish or launch a boat until lighting conditions improve drastically.
March 10 twin bridges by John
good for kids great playground clean bathrooms great camping grounds
December 30 A Nice Place by MaineDon
Coming from New England, our stereotyped conceptions of Oklahoma (i.e., flat, treeless, dusty, etc.) were NOT confirmed by Twin Bridges. We had a nice stay here, high on a cliff overlooking the Spring River. The grounds of this park are well maintained and spotless. Lots of trees and greenery. There is a busy highway that runs through the park, so sites on the edges are quieter. The Rangers were helpful and friendly. We would stay here again.

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Twin Bridges State Park14801 Hwy 137 SFairland, OK 74343

6 miles E of Fairland at junction of Hwy 137/60.

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