Rock Creek Group Camp is the closest campground to Veteran’s Lake, and is an ideal access point for fishing, hiking, mineral springs and nearby Rock Creek.


Swimming opportunities abound, with streams and springs dotting the park landscape. Nearby hiking trails weave along these streams–passing through cool rushing waterfalls–and leading to mineral water and freshwater springs. Wildlife photographers can look out for the red fox, turkey, dear and opossum.


One group site is available at Rock Creek, and it’s open year-round. These are non-electrical sites that are designed for tent camping, but small RVs can be accommodated.

Natural Features

Two ecosystems converge in Chickasaw National Recreation Area: the eastern deciduous forest and the mixed-grass prairie of the west. This creates a unique landscape, attracting a wide variety of plant and animal life.

Nearby Attractions

Visit the impressive Chickasaw Cultural Center to learn about the Native Americans of the region through exhibits, videos and interactive displays. Or head to the bison pasture to watch the beautiful animals grazing.From I-35, take Exit #55 and drive towards the city of Davis, OK.
Once in Davis , go east on Highway 7 to the Chickasaw National
Recreation Area you desire. Watch for Chickasaw National Recreation
Area signs to direct you to your selected area.
Rock Creek Campgrounds, Veterans Lake and Pavilion, and Bromide
Pavilions (West Historic Platt) – Drive approximatley 7 miles
east of Davis to the traffic light (12th street) in the city of
Sulphur. Turn south (right) for approximately .6 miles on 12th
Street. Turn west (right) at the STOP sign. Bromide Pavilion is
the 2nd left off NW Perimeter Road. For Rock Creek or Veterans
Lake Pavilion continue west, cross the low water crossing, and
follow the signs.580-622-7234N