Nestled along the north shore of Keystone Lake, Walnut Creek Recreation Area is surrounded by sandy beaches, high bluffs, native grasses, rock outcrops and rolling hills, making it the ideal retreat for fun and quiet relaxation. Along with camping, boating, and day use opportunities, the park also includes 17 miles of trail for hiking and equestrian access.
The park has camping, swimming, boat ramp, and 17 miles of hiking/equestrian trails.
The park features a dump station, 50 amp electrical service at campsites and water hookups. The campground has restroom/shower facility, backstop, and boat ramp.
Walnut Creek’s Sand Plum Trail is approximately 17 miles in length, crossing flat to rolling terrain, and affords many vistas of Keystone Lake. The trail is available to hikers, equestrians, and mountain bike enthusiasts. Trail users are advised to stay on designated trails; quicksand may occur along lakeshore.
Walnut Creek has numerous sandy beaches, rolling hills, native tall grasses, and pine forest.
Keystone Ancient Forest
Woolaroc Museum and Wildlife Preserve
From 412 take the 209th Street Exit West of Sand Springs, Drive about 8 mile and turn South on to County Road 1521 just past Prue, OK. Drive about 2 miles to the park entrance.