Natural Falls State Park sits near the Oklahoma-Arkansas border, with beautiful Ozark scenery.
The park's highlight is the 77-foot tall waterfall at the bottom of the valley.
Hiking to the waterfall overlook is easy and accessible, but thereafter the half-mile Dripping Springs trail has steps and steep sections.
In total, there are 4.5 miles of trails at the park, through forests and near streams.
Seeing the park highlights won't take long, but if you have time, there are playgrounds, picnic spots, and even a disc golf course.
In addition to campsites, there are several yurts you can reserve in advance at Natural Falls State Park (with electricity, but no running water).
This isn't how most people visualize Oklahoma and it's worth a stop!