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Nature Center is CLOSED


MOST Trails OPEN
Wichita Interpretive Trail is CLOSED
Cedar Valley trails are OPEN
Granite can be slick when wet- use caution when climbing after rains
lowlying trails will be muddy after rains


Paddle Boats & Mini-Golf
Opening Soon
(580) 471-2706


Trails
Fishing
ATVs
Metal Detecting
Rock Climbing
Mini-Golf and Paddle Boats
Grocery
Golf
Train
Riding Stables
Outside of the Park
Hunting


Now OPEN: Quartz Mountain Grocery Store
Eagle's Roost ATV Area

OPENING SOON

Quartz Mountain Paddle and Putt

Paddle Boats, Canoes, Miniature Golf

Phone: (580) 471-2706
Hours:
10:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M. Monday thru Sunday
(Summer Season Only)

The Holt Family-owners




The Main Park has 4 RV campgrounds and
River Road Tent Area and is open 24/7.
Just find a camp site you like, pull in & set up-
a camp host or Park Ranger will come around to collect your camping fees.
“Quiet Hours” are from 11 PM – 7 AM
If you arrive after 11 PM please be courteous as you set up your camp site.
The Park Office is open M-F (8 AM- Noon and 1 – 5 PM)
The Nature Center is CLOSED





Quartz Mountain Nature Park & Lake Altus – Lugert
has had fish kills LAST winter,
as a result of a golden algae bloom
(Prymnesium parvum)

Golden algae is a naturally occurring type of algae.
It has the potential to produce blooms that are toxic
to gill-breathing organisms such as fish and mussels.
There is no evidence blooms are harmful to humans,
other wildlife, or livestock.
However, people should not pick up dead or dying fish for consumption.

for More Golden Algae Information
Please visit these ODWC pages:

Golden Algae Overview
Golden Agae Help

Golf Course Rates

Monday - Friday $22.00 (green fee & cart)
Weekends & Holidays $35.00 (green fee & cart)
18 holes Only -- Not All Day Play


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