Location: 1/2 mile east of the main Park entrance
Hours: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
Available: general information, tent sites, group camps, shelters
Telephone: 580-563-2238


A 2019 analysis of state park facilities and infrastructure found that, for years, funding levels have been well below the amount needed to adequately maintain our state parks at a level that would ensure the safe and enjoyable use of our parklands. In response, the agency developed a multi-pronged strategy to streamline processes, reduce operational costs and increase revenue in order to adequately fund capital reinvestment in our parks. Funding generated by the Parking Pass Program will provide much-needed resources to return park facilities and infrastructure to an acceptable standard and maintain them at that standard.

Parking pass fees from each state park are reinvested into the park where they were generated.

Day Parking Passes are $10.00 ($8.00).  Annual Parking Passes are $75.00 ($60.00). The Discount rate is 20%, including Oklahoma and tribal license plates. 


Quartz Mountain State Park Campground
Available: tent sites, RV sites, picnic tables, grills, firepits, bathrooms, showers, drinking water, swimming, fishing
Fees: $16.00 per tent per night (up to 4 people per tent); $25.00 -$31.00 for RV sites with hookups

Note: Camping may be reserved online at the TravelOK website. Camping includes a parking pass. Camping is available after hours. If you arrive after the park office closes, you may occupy any available tent site and register the next morning during the week. On weekends, a Park Ranger will collect the fee each morning.

Note: Currently, the Baldy Point area is designated as Day Use Only. No overnight camping is permitted at this time. However, in the future primitive camping permits may be available for the area. The WMCC requests that all climbers abide by the Day Use Only requirements until a permit system is in place for primitive camping at Baldy Point


Lodging is available through the new Quartz Mountain Lodge, through rental of a Lakeshore Cabin, or in Altus, Oklahoma.
For more information, contact:
Quartz Mountain Lodge
Telephone: 580-563-9174


***The old bait shop and mini-mart at the park no longer exists. The lodge has limited supplies as of now.

Note: Groceries and supplies are available in the town of Blair (8 miles south of the Park), Mangum (10 miles west of Baldy Point), or Altus (20 miles south of the Park)


Where: Quartz Mountain Lodge
What: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Where: Luigi’s Italian Restaurant in Blair, Oklahoma (8 miles south of the Park)
What: Lunch, Dinner

Where: Pizza Hut and Sonic in Mangum, Oklahoma (10 miles west of Baldy Point)

Where: Numerous to choose from in Altus, Oklahoma (20 miles south of the Park)

Quartz Mountain State Park
14722 Highway 44a
Lone Wolf, OK 73655

Statement of Non-Liability for Climbing and Fixed Anchors

The use of fixed gear/anchors at the Baldy Point Climbing Area at Quartz Mountain State Park (QMSP) has occurred since the land was private property (See “History”). Although there are dozens of fixed anchors, primarily expansion bolts, now on state park property, fixed anchors can be controversial, as Baldy is considered a mature climbing area. While fixed anchors are permitted in the state park, QMSP reserves the right to prohibit new installation efforts on a case-by-case basis that is advised by the WMCC’s Advisory Bolting Committee *(applications available upon request). 

Quartz Mountain State Park (QMSP), Wichita Mountains Climbers Coalition (WMCC), and the WMCC’s Advisory Bolting Committee (ABC) are not responsible for the installation, use, inspection, or maintenance of any fixed anchors. QMSP, WMCC and ABC will not install or replace fixed anchors. Instead, all anchor installation and replacement efforts will be conducted on a volunteer basis by members of the climbing community. QMSP, WMCC and ABC makes no claims as to any fixed anchor’s condition or reliability, whether existing or installed in the future, and is not responsible for anchor information in guidebooks, Internet websites, etc. 

Moreover, QMSP, WMCC, and ABC make no representations or warranties regarding the degree of hazard or danger involved, or lack thereof, on any rock climbing route at Baldy Point. Rock climbing is a dangerous activity and the individual climber must personally make all decisions regarding his or her own safety while climbing.