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Fees provided for information purposes only. Fees are as quoted by respective agencies at time published. Please contact the agency listed to verify current fees. 

Corp of Engineers State Parks

Corp of Engineers

Lake Notice – 01/28/03 

New Mannford Ramp remains open through the winter months for camping and outdoor recreation activities. All campgrounds are scheduled to open 1 April. Make your reservations now at Reserve America, 1-877-444-6777.


$1.00 per person up to $4.00 per vehicle charge at swim beaches.

$3.00 per vehicle per day for boat launching at Corps boat ramps.

$4.00 per vehicle per day for use of all day use recreation facilities within a park.

A $30.00 annual pass is available which permits the holder and accompanying passengers to use all day use facilities at Corps-operated parks for the calendar year. A second annual pass may be purchased for $15.00. Passes may be purchased now at the project office or at the gate houses during the summer months.

Golden Age and Access passport holders will still receive a 50% discount on all recreation use fees.

If you need in additional information please contact 918-865-2621.

2003 Day Use Fees
(Note: Fees have raised slightly over 2002 Day Use fees)

The Corps of Engineers was given the authority by the Congress to collect Day Use fees as part of deficit reduction legislation the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993. The funds generated from these fees are used to help pay the operation and maintenance costs in the Corps’ recreation program.

  • A fee of $1 per person, but not more than $4 per vehicle, is charged at developed swimming beaches.
  • A fee of $3 is charged at selected boat launching ramps that have additional amenities. 

The maximum Day Use fee to any one vehicle per day is $4.
There are no Day Use fees for children under 12 years of age.
Registered campers will not pay Day Use fees in addition to camping fees.

Annual Day Uses Pass

Annual passes may be purchased which permit vehicle and accompanying passengers to use all boat launching ramps and swimming beaches at Corps operated areas without further charges.  This is a nation-wide program.

Golden Age and Golden Access Passports will be honored.  Holders are eligible to purchase the annual pass for half price or use Day Use facilities, together with guests, for half the fee.

Annual Day Use Passes can be obtained at the Corps lake offices, from the District headquarters building in Tulsa, or via the mail.


Public Affairs Office
Tulsa District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
1645 S. 101st E. Ave
Tulsa, OK  74128-4609

Make checks payable to
“FAO, USAED, Tulsa”


Camping Fee Program

The Corps of Engineers camping fee program was established under the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act of 1965, supplemented by Public Law 92-347, and amended by Public Law 93-81, Public Law 93-303, and Public Law 103-66. The law provides for the charging of special recreation use fees at designated Federal recreation areas. Fees will be charged by the Tulsa District Corps of Engineers in three categories of camping areas.

  • Class A campgrounds are those having flush restrooms, showers, paved roads, sanitary disposal stations, designated tent or trailer spaces, refuse containers, and potable water.
  • Class B areas have similar facilities with the exception that flush toilets or showers are not provided.
  • Class C areas are those having basic sanitary facilities, designated tent or trailer spaces, refuse containers, and potable water.

There are different charges for overnight camping for each class of park. Parties who have paid a camping fee are exempt from any additional charges for day use activities. Group camping fees are based on the facilities available within the group site. There is a small additional charge for sites with direct water or sewer hookups, or those sites which are designated as prime sites.

Parks having a camping fee are marked by signs bearing this symbol:
Usage Fees

Golden Age and Access Federal Passports

Persons 62 years of age or older may obtain a Golden Age Passport at a one-time cost of $10. This passport provides a 50 percent discount on all recreation fees charged at any recreation area administered by the Federal Government.

Persons who are blind or permanently disabled, and can show proof they are receiving disability benefits from the Federal Government, may obtain a free Golden Access Passport. This passport also provides a 50 percent discount on Federal recreation fees.

Both passports must be applied for in person, and proof of age or disability must be furnished.

Information on the Golden Age and Golden Access Passports may also be obtained at Corps lake project offices.

Make Reservations at Corps of Engineers Campsites

Usage Fees
More information on national recreation opportunities is available at: (note that these are off this server)
About the Reservation Program

The Corps of Engineers and the US Forest Service have joined together to create a new national system for reserving recreation facilities. The National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS TM) is available to take your reservations.

This system allows you to check campsite availability and reserve a campsite at Corps or Forest Service sites throughout the United States. You can use the system by calling a toll free number (1-877-444-6777).

Campsites may be reserved up to 240 days in advance, and group facilities such as picnic shelters may be reserved up to 360 days in advance. Of course, campsites will still be available on-site without a reservation.


State Parks



*RATES will vary according to the park, amenities provided, campsite location and season. Listed below is the range of daily campsite rates that may be charged. The RV rates include the utility charge for hookups. Seniors will receive a $2.00 discount on the total daily rate.

Camping Rates

Base Rate

Utility Fee

Total Daily Rate

Total Disabled


30 / 50 amp


14.00 – 16.00

6.00 / 7.00

20.00 – 23.00


11.00 – 16.00

5.00 / 6.00

16.00 – 22.00

11.00 – 15.00

6.00 / 7.00

17.00 – 22.00 11.50 – 14.50

  9.00 – 15.00

5.00 / 6.00

14.00 – 21.00

 9.50 – 13.50

UNIMPROVED (no utilities) (Daily rate is PER CAMPING UNIT)
8.00 – 9.00
8.00 – 9.00
4.00 – 4.50
TENTSITES – (no utilities) (Daily rate is PER TENT)
8.00 – 9.00
8.00 – 9.00
4.00 – 4.50
7.00 – 8.00
7.00 – 8.00
3.50 – 4.00
*Reservation Administrative Fee (NON-REFUNDABLE) /per reservation
RV Dump Station Use (for non-campers)/per vehicle
RV Storage (during off-season))/per month

*RESERVATION FEE: The reservation fee is NOT REFUNDABLE in case of cancellation. Groups with $200.00 Security Bond Deposit (advance deposit program) are not assessed the reservation fee.

Cabin Rates

Keystone State Park 1 Bedroom – Specialty,Sleeps 2
1 Bedroom – Sleeps 4
2 Bedroom – Sleeps 6
3 Bedroom – Sleeps 8


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