Lace up your hiking boots, fill up your water bottles and charge your cameras. Shape Your Future and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department have partnered up for Parks and Rec Month, and we’re giving away a free two-night stay at an Oklahoma state park cabin!

Not only is the contest an opportunity to explore the beauty and awe of Oklahoma’s state parks, it’s a great way for your family to get their 60 minutes of daily physical activity!

To enter the giveaway, simply:

    • Take a picture of yourself and/or your family at any Oklahoma state park. Snap a pic by a state park sign… or while you’re swimming, biking, hiking or enjoying any other activity at the park!
    • Upload your picture and submit your info in the form below!

    The winner will receive a voucher for a free two-night stay at the state park of your choosing between the dates Sept 15, 2020 – Feb 28, 2021. Be sure to submit your pictures before August 1st!

    • DISCLAIMER:State parks include: Beavers Bend, Boiling Springs, Great Salt Plains, Greenleaf, Keystone, Lake Murray, Lake Wister, Lake Tenkiller, Osage Hills, Robbers Cave and Sequoyah. Each facility features a world of scenic beauty and sunshine, comfortable accommodations and good times! Your prize can be redeemed for a standard lodge room or regular cabin. Standard rooms and cabins usually sleep up to four people.

      TERMS AND CONDITIONS
      Entries will be accepted no later than Wednesday, August 1st. Winner will be announced in early August. Free-stay voucher is valid one year from date of issuance. Facility rental/use is limited to the interval of 9/15/20-2/28/21. Redemption of coupon is limited to room/cabin availability.

      Winner will be a sent a coupon in your name, entitling you to a two-night stay in a standard lodge room/cabin. It is important that you obtain your coupon prior to making your reservation, as we you will be required to provide the coupon number at the time the reservation is made.

      Shape Your Future and the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department support social distancing at all Oklahoma state parks and encourage Oklahomans to do the same while enjoying our state’s vast landscape. For more information on how to stay safe, visit coronavirus.health.ok.gov.