Watch this 2015 feature on Boiling Springs State Park from Discover Oklahoma
Often referred to as an oasis on the Plains, Boiling Springs State Park captures one of the finest elements of Oklahoma nature: a haven of quiet in the midst of windswept plains.
The park is one of seven original state parks built in the 1930s and was named after a natural spring that still flows.
Activities: Biking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Swimming, Volleyball, Watchable Wildlife
Great Plains Trail of Oklahoma map: No. 39
Miles from Enid: 82
Directions from Enid: Travel west on Hwy. 412 (Owen K Garriott Rd.) for 80 miles, through the town of Mooreland. Turn north onto S County Road 210 for .87 miles. Turn west onto Hwy. 50B for one mile to arrive at Boiling Springs.