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North Shore Swim Beach is OPEN
Eagle's Roost ATV Area is OPEN

VOLUNTEER Camp Host, willing to Dry Camp,
is Needed for Cottonwood Campground
Phone: (580) 563-2238

Camping is on 1st come - 1st served basis

Reservations are not taken for individual camp sites.
A site must be occupied by a sleeping accommodation.
An RV, a tent, or semi- with a sleeper cab are all acceptable sleeping accommodations.
Picnic tables, lawn chairs, coolers, pick-up trucks, boats or jet skis are not acceptable sleeping accommodations.

Camping Rates:
W E (30A) $24.00
W E (50A) $25.00
Preferred W E (30A) $25.00 (Mountainview Campground)
S-W-E (30A) $30.00
S-W-E (50A) $32.00
W-E is Water & Electric.... S-W-E is Sewer, Water & Electric

"Off-Season" Monthly Prices
October 1st April 30th:
W E (30A) $405.00)
W E (50A) $435.00
Preferred W E (30A) $435.00 (Mountainview Campground)
S-W-E (30A) $430.00
S-W-E (50A) $475.00

"In Season" Prices May 1st: - September 30th
W E (30A) $540.00
W E (50A) $570.00
Preferred W E (30A) $570.00 (Mountainview Campground)
S-W-E (30A) $630.00
S-W-E (50A) $675.00

Click here for information on Camping at Quartz Mountain
(Campground Names, Sizes, Amenities, Prices and Reservation Policy)

Wildlife Live Here Year-Round:

Food attracts critters
Be Aware
if you leave a patio door /car window or tent zipper OPEN-even just a crack
you may attract a skunk, raccoon, snake or opposum

Quartz Mountain Golf Course Hours:
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Carts in by 7:450PM
CLOSED Mondays
AND when temperatures are below 40degrees
Call 580-563-2520 for details

By Governors Executive Order
All State facilities
Are to be Tobacco Free
Effective August 8th, 2012

Park Overview

Quartz Mountain Nature Park (QMNP) is a complete recreation destination. There is lake Altus-Lugert for boating, fishing or skiing. QMNP has mountains to hike or climb and sandy beaches to stroll. Metal detecting, ORV riding and Eagle watching are just a few of our specilized activities. Click on the Recreation link above for more information.

  • Please do not litter.
  • Quiet hours are 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
  • All pets must be caged or on a leash not to exceed 10 feet.
  • All overnight camping is subject to fee.
  • Park in designated areas only.
  • Collecting firewood, nuts and berries, disturbing plants and animals or other natural features is strictly prohibited.
  • It is unlawful to dump water, sewage, or effluent (gray water) from sink, upon or into the surface of the ground or water.
  • Glass containers and alcohol are prohibited in swimming areas.
  • Skateboard, rollerblade and scooter use is restricted to the paved bicycle trail.
  • It is unlawful to drive ATVs anywhere but the designated ATV area.
  • Fireworks are prohibited.

  • Contact Information:
    (580) 563-2238 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
    (580) 563-2763 FAX

    Features/Facilities: 6,260 Lake Acres • 4,284 Park Acres • Resort Lodge (118 guest rooms and suites) • 8 Cabins (with kitchenettes) • Mountainview Bunkhouse (64-person dormitory) • Performing Arts Complex • 5 Performing Arts Pavilions • Outdoor Amphitheatre (capacity of 200) • 5 Camping Areas, • 19 Full Hookups • 100 Electric/Water Hookups (5 handicap accessible) • 99 Primitive Sites • Restrooms / Showers (4 handicap accessible) • Sanitary Dump Stations • Boat Ramps • Group Camp (capacity 125) • Nature Center • Naturalist • Hiking Trails • Giftshop • North Shore ATV Area (Apr. 1- Oct. 31) • Sand Dunes • Swimming Beaches • Miniature Golf • Water Skiing • Paddleboats • Grocery Store