Soggy Bottom Trails Pub & Campground

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44179 Drummond Road, Wanette, OK, 74878

120 acres on the South Canadian River.  Miles of ATV trails.  River access with lots of sandy beaches.  Outdoor pub with bathrooms. 70 + campsites and 3 cabins to rent.  Stay the weekend.  Live music and Food truck most weekends.  If we do have live music or any special events, our gate prices could be $5 or more higher. Please check Facebook or Instagram for list of events.  WE DO NOT HAVE ELECTRIC.  We have water campsites only. Our three cabins are powered by generator.  Call us if you have any questions at 405-765-9993. 



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Welcome to Soggy Bottom Trails Pub & Campground, the perfect destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts! Our campground is located at 44179 Drummond Road, Wanette, Oklahoma, 74878, and offers a unique camping experience that combines the best of both worlds: rustic wilderness and modern amenities.

Soggy Bottom Trails Pub & Campground sits on 120 acres right on the bank of the South Canadian River near the historic iconic Byars-Wanette Railroad bridge. There are many trials to ride on, river access, swim and more. We offer a variety of camping options to suit your needs, including primitive tent camping, RV sites with full hookups, and cozy cabins for those who prefer a little more comfort. Our campsites are situated in a beautiful, natural setting, surrounded by trees and wildlife. Each campsite is spacious and private, giving you plenty of room to relax and enjoy the great outdoors.

One of the highlights of our campground is our onsite pub, which features a great selection of beers, wines, and spirits, as well as delicious pub fare. It's the perfect place to unwind after a day of hiking, fishing, or exploring the nearby attractions.

Speaking of attractions, there's plenty to see and do in the surrounding area. We're located just a short drive from Chickasaw National Recreation Area, Turner Falls Park, and Lake Thunderbird State Park, all of which offer a wide range of outdoor activities and stunning scenery.

At Soggy Bottom Trails Pub & Campground, we pride ourselves on providing top-notch customer service and a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere. Whether you're a seasoned camper or a first-time visitor, we'll make sure you have everything you need to enjoy your stay, from firewood and ice to friendly advice on the best hiking trails and fishing spots.

So why wait? Book your reservation today and come experience the beauty and adventure of Oklahoma's great outdoors at Soggy Bottom Trails Pub & Campground. We can't wait to welcome you!

Last Updated: 05/15/2024

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RELEASE, HOLD HARMLESS & INDEMNIFICATION The parties to this Release And Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement are the owners of Pitts & Pitts Land & Buffalo, LLC also known as Soggy Bottom Trails & Pub, Wanette, Oklahoma, their officers, managers, owners, contractors, subcontractors, employees, agents, promoters and sponsors (herein after collectively referred to as the "Released Party") and the UNDERSIGNED, personally and as parent, legal guardian and/or responsible party for minors, his or her personal representatives, legal guardians, heirs, companions and next of kin (hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Releasing Party"). Releasing Party, in consideration of being permitted to enter into Soggy Bottom Trails & Pub, Wanette, Oklahoma, for any purpose and all activities, observing or participating in anyway, or working for the Park or its subcontractors or vendors, the undersigned, for himself/herself, his/her minor child and/or ward and his/her personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin or minor for which he/she is the responsible party, with knowing and willing consent of his/her Parent or Legal Guardian, and companions, acknowledges, agrees and represents, that he/she has, or will immediately upon entering into the confines of Soggy Bottom Trails & Pub, Wanette, Oklahoma, and will continuously thereafter, inspect said confines and all portions thereof which he/she enters and which he/she comes into contact, and he/she further warrants that his/her entry upon said confines and his/her participation in any activities within these confines constitutes acknowledgment thereof that he/she has inspected said confines and that he/she finds and accepts the same as being reasonably suited for the purpose of his/her use, and he/she does further agree and waive that at any time he/she is within or about-the confines and he/she believes anything to be unsafe, he/she will immediately leave the confines and will advise the management of Soggy Bottom Trails, Wanette, Oklahoma, of the condition(s), which he/she believes to be unsafe. Further, in such consideration, the Undersigned: HEREBY COVENANTS NOT TO SUE, RELEASED PARTY, WAIVES AND DISCHARGES the Released Party from any and all liability to the Releasing Party for any and all damage, and any claim or demands therefore on account of injury to the person or property or resulting death of the Releasing Party or any person accompanying the Releasing Party or permitted by the Releasing Party to use his/her off-highway vehicle or the off-highway vehicle under his/her supervision, all for the purposes herein referred to as the Releasing Party “companions", whether caused by negligence of the Released Party or otherwise while the Releasing Party or his/her companion(s) is or are in or upon the confines for any purpose or reason. HEREBY AGREES TO INDEMNIFY, SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the Released Party and each of them from any loss, liability, damage, or cost, real or imagined, which they may incur due to the presence of the Releasing Party or any of his or her companions in or upon the confines for any reason caused by the Released Party or otherwise. HEREBY ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE OR LOSS to himself/herself or to any of his/her property or companions due to the negligence of the Released Party or otherwise while in or upon the confines or while participating in or observing any activities occurring within the confines for any reason. This includes any damages made to your vehicle on property owned by Released Party and is not responsible for any ticketing or warnings given by any Game Warden or any other type of Oklahoma Law Enforcement on property or river/creek/stream near said property owned by Releasing Party. HEREBY EXPRESSLY ACKNOWLEDGES AND AGREES THAT RIDING OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES OR BEING WITHIN AN AREA IN WHICH SUCH VEHICLES ARE BEING USED INVOLVES THE RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY AND/OR DEATH AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE. The Releasing Party further expresses that the foregoing release, waiver, and indemnity agreement is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the law of the state of Oklahoma and that, if any portion thereof is held invalid, it is agrees that the balance thereof shall, notwithstanding, continue in full legal force and effect. AGREES THAT BY SIGNING THIS FORM the aforementioned attests that he or she has read the rules and regulations of Soggy Bottom Trails & Pub, Wanette, Oklahoma, and agrees to comply with them. Failure to comply can result in expulsion for the day or more. THE RELEASING PARTY HAS READ, AND COMPREHENDED AND NOW VOLUNTARILY SIGNS THE RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, and further agrees that no representations, statements or inducements apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made. By clicking 'Yes, I accept the cancellation policy, rules and terms of service', you agree that you have read and agree with the terms of the waiver and that the information you provided is accurate. You furthermore agree that your submission of this form, via the 'Yes, I accept the cancellation policy, rules and terms of service' button, shall constitute the execution of this document in exactly the same manner as if you had signed, by hand, a paper version of this agreement.

Pub Rules

Must be 21+ to enter the Pub. This is an Oklahoma law. No outside beverages may be brought into the Pub or patio area of the Pub.

Pet Rules

All dogs must be on leashes.

Speed Limits

Do not speed through the campground! If you are caught speeding, we will need to take appropriate action. In the camping area, do not exceed 15 MPH. Near the pub, do not exceed 5 MPH. There are many guests, including children and pets, that are walking across the street near the pub and we want all guests to be safe.

Noise Policy

No loud music after 10 PM. Be respectful of other guests nearby.

No Littering

Please be sure to clean up after yourselves and do not litter. If you pack it in, you need to bring it out. We have trash cans located throughout the property.

Firearm Rules

Please do not use firearms in the campground area, on the trails, or at the river. We also request that your firearms not be visible in those areas either.

No Glass Bottles

Please note we do not allow glass bottles of any kind on the campground property. River bed or trails.

Pets Allowed


Pull-Thru RV Sites

Dirt Roads

Gravel Roads

Community Showers

Drinking Water

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Gasoline Nearby

Community BBQ/Grill

Community Restrooms

Back-in RV Sites

ADA Accessible

Pet Friendly

Slide Outs

Trash Service


Beer/Wine Tasting

Kayaking & Canoeing

Historic Sightseeing






Horseback Riding


Scenic Drives


Swimming Outdoors

Wildlife Viewing


Family Friendly

Pet Friendly

LGBTIQ Friendly

Tent Camping


Parking Lot

44179 Drummond Road, Wanette, OK, 74878
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Campsites 10 through 70.  There is another map of the secluded sites 1 through 9, but only one map can be listed and this is the most complex map.

Soggy Bottom Trails Pub & Campground is situated near several popular landmarks and tourist attractions, including:

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History - 40 minutes Situated in Norman, Oklahoma, this museum showcases the natural history of Oklahoma and the surrounding region, including exhibits on dinosaurs, Native American history, and more.

Oklahoma City National Memorial & Museum - 55 minutes Located in Oklahoma City, this memorial and museum honors the victims of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. The site features a reflective pool, a field of empty chairs, and exhibits that explore the impact of the bombing on the community.

Myriad Botanical Gardens - 55 minutes Also situated in Oklahoma City, the Myriad Botanical Gardens is a 17-acre botanical garden and urban park that features multiple gardens, a playground, and events throughout the year.

Oklahoma City Zoo - 1 hour 10 minutes The Oklahoma City Zoo is a large zoo with over 1,900 animals from around the world, including elephants, lions, tigers, giraffes, and more. The zoo features several exhibits and habitats, including the Great EscApe, a large outdoor exhibit featuring gorillas, chimpanzees, and orangutans. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of shows, rides, and attractions.

Please note that all the above distances and times are approximate and may vary depending on traffic and other factors.

Overall Rating: 3.7

Carrie Coats

We had a great time! This was our first time to come. We will definitely be back!

DJ Kulzer

Was not expecting to do much riding at a 180 acre riding mud park in august. It was hot and dusty, but was expecting that. The park is def way out in the country, we finally made it to the entrance gate and got a huge surprise. The entrance fee was 65 dollars per person. We were told it was advertised this was an event weekend and its 65 a person for the event. The event was a guided night ride, bounty hole and live music saturday night. Ok not over charging for an event weekend, but "Soggy Bottoms event weekends", and almost any other park I have ever been to event weekends are drastically different. Lets start with the Friday night guided night ride. Supposed to start at 10pm. At 10 about 75-100 vehicles are all surrounding the bar area but no one knows who is leading the ride. 45 minutes of people wandering around asking who is leading and then 3 of the large big tire trucks (over 45" tire trucks) just start heading out. everyone just starts following. Straight to the river. All the small tire vehicles are either sinking in the river crossing or turning around. completely unorganized and a disaster. We went across the river, stopped and helped a few people get unstuck and towed one back to camp. Hung out at camp the rest of the night. Live music was local guys rapping or whatever you call the new country. Not horrible but not great either. The last group was absolutely horrible but enough beer and anyone sounds ok. The bounty hole was fun but was 10 vehicles and very short. Maybe a total of one hour. Now lets get to our cabin. I have stayed in several other parks cabins and this was by far the worst cabin we have ever stayed in. This was as bad as an old motel 6 in the ghetto of Dallas bad. We paid over 300 for the two nights. You pull up and its a very old single wide trailer that has been converted. You go to open the door and the bottom half flaps but the door is still locked. There is a push bar on the door and a door knob. After playing with the door knob for a few moments we got it to open. Now the awesomeness begins. You walk into a single room, maybe 25 by 12 that has 2 queen beds, one mini fridge, one lamp, and a bathroom. No tables or other night stands. Nothing to put anything on. The beds did have bedding on them but when removing them scorpions flew out. Now this is the south and I have lived around scorpions but never had them crawling around my bed. Being in the south and in August it was 104 when we arrived. We had 2 window unit AC's that were blowing. We get into the room and its roughly 87-90 degrees. One AC is blowing hot air and the other one is way too small for this room and is kind of blowing cool air. All together this was a crazy expensive weekend for nothing. I did not expect a ton of riding as its a mud park and only 180 acres. For what they were charging the amenities should of been well above where they were at. Thank god they had a bar! But watch the decking around the bar, it is lethal! DJ

Sara Kulzer

Worst cabins we have stayed in at an ATV park! Scorpians in the beds! AC pumped out WARM air and the other window unit kept shutting down beeping then restarting...ALL NIGHT LONG! Luckily our cabin had a small fridge whereas the other in our group paid the same amount without a fridge and the second bed was on the floor. The door is very difficult to lock/unlock as the handle looks like it has been jimmied open several times. Bathroom water pressure is hit-and-miss. Sometimes you got great pressure, other times it was a trickle. The park had decent trails. It was hot & dusty and they only came around once to water down the roads around campsites. sure to check every place they may post things. The website did not mention an event but they said they posted on Facebook. So when we showed up, expecting a $10 riding fee plus their $5 live music (most weekends) fee...we ended up paying $65 PER Person for an 'event' which was a bounty hole for lady mudders (10 participants) and a live band on Saturday. For a $500 weekend, I won't be back!

Lisa Cox

Very frustrating that we weren't notified of the main person that was supposed to be there had canceled, Catfish Cooley. We didn't know until we got there. Should have been told and given an option to cancel. Also nothing was coordinated very well including the night ride and not many entry's in the mud competition. Overall a dud in my opinion

Jurl Underwood

Pretty disappointed!! We paid $65 a piece plus campsite fees to see and ride with Catfish Cooley. We was told he canceled. The diva mud bog consisted of 4 buggies and 4 trucks. We came down 1 night early and was told they were not giving refunds and wouldn't even give Thursday night free. Cost an additional $45.00. No electric and the water pressure was so low you couldn't even take a shower, sometimes no water.

Michael Welch

I had a great time and I hope to spend time there again. I had a little trouble getting in but the staff was super helpful especially Sully. The River festival made for a great time, riding the trails was a blast and the river makes for a nice place to cool of and relax.

Felicia Drinnon

Great time! Cool cabins simple and CLEAN!

Michael and Ashley Proctor

Impressively friendly & down home staff. My wife and I spent the weekend. We felt like family within half an hour on site. Had the most incredible time. Cabin #3 was super cold in this extreme heat. The queen bed was amazingly comfortable. Only used one but there are two queen beds in there. Drove the truck down to the beach, put our recliner chairs in the water, stuck an umbrella next to the recliner, enjoyed music while taking back a few cold ones. Was provided a guided tour in a side by side. Roasted hot dogs over a bon fire. Watched a big family of deer cross the river as the sun was setting. Could go on, but you will only get the full experience by going yourself. Debbie is the best hostess you’ll ever have the pleasure of meeting. Honorable mentions (ALL Super Cool): Darrin Melinda Harvey Jennifer Bill Thank-you all! ~The Proctors

Dave Manning

Booked location 6 months in advance. Arrived 2 hours after checkin time to a locked gate. No attempt to call us was made. When we called we were told they were not open during the week. Why did they take my reservation for Wednesday 7/5. They did allow us access but the camp was empty and no facilities open. When I asked for a refund it was refused because they waited for us all day. Reservation should never have been accepted and a refund is due

Campground Response

When you checked in at 5 pm, I let you into the park even though you refused to pay our $10 entrance fee per person for the ATV park. This is manditory for everyone regardless if they riding the trails or not. Our park is an ATV park, if you had a SXS or 4 wheeler there would have been plenty to do. That's what people come to do, ride their 4X4's, swim and fish in the river. I do not claim to have a restaurant, we have food trucks come in on weekends. We have many people come in during the week to ride when others are not around. I assumed that was what you were going to do when I first saw your reservation. Your visit timing was bad since it was on a Wednesday the day after a very busy 4th of July. We had had a very busy 7 days before you arrived with 1000s of people, most of our campers had just pulled out hours before you arrived because everyone had to go back to work. We also ask campers to arrive by 3 pm and if not, to please call. You never called and I assumed you were a no show. I don't have great cell service down there and tried to pull your phone number up on the roverpass website but it would never load. We apologize for your inconvenience, but I don't believe you were due a credit. If you expected a big crowd and everything to be open, I suggest you make a reservation during the weekend when we are open to the public or bring a side-by-side next time. The river beach is beautiful and it doesn't sound like you walked out there since you say there was nothing to do.

Amber Freeman

We loved it. Everything was nice and clean when we arrived.

Rob Bell

We had an amazing time! We came on our bicycles and received a warm welcome from all the staff members. They were really flexible and let us choose any open campsite once we got there, since the area we reserved was a little crowded. There's a lot of room there and you could pick from sites where there were a lot of people having a good time, or you could pick a more secluded and quiet spot. The pub was really cool and had sodas, beer, snacks, and football on TV. We were there halloween weekend and they had a fish fry (all you can eat for $5) and a costume contest. We were delighted when the owner came by on a tractor right after sunset and invited us to be the first people to go on a free haunted hayride! We had an awesome time all weekend and would absolutely return again.

Austin Campbell

Great place with good access to the river and trails. We had a ton of fun. Lots of nice people, good RV spots, great staff.

Campground Response

Thank you come back and see us

Robert Mendoza

First time there and my family and I felt welcomed and the staff were very helpful, we will be back soon.

Campground Response

Thank you very much. Come back and see us

Katherine Demaray

Very clean and quiet campsite. A lot of shade and some of the primitive campsites were somewhat private. The staff was very friendly and helpful. There was an error in the reservation process as there are no reserved campsites along the river. We were told that we could camp there but the risk of getting stuck in the sand was very high. Quick ride to the river on your ATV from the campsite. We rode many miles both ways on the river bank. Water level was down but we still got soaked in some places and found a few spots to swim. There are really no trails to ride. The one trail we could ride had a lot of mud pits but of course they were dry due to no rain. Most of the other trails were marked with no trespassing signs. If you like more challenging trails this is not a place for you. It is great though for a day trip if you just want to get the ATV out or a trip with kids.

Campground Response

We apoligize for the confusion about the tent campsites out on the river. Roverpass suggested we number the beach tent sites even tho they really don't have campsite numbers. Since we realize its too confusing for our customers, we have disabled the beach tent sites online for now. We really need to get a map made because we have a lot of trails that you may have missed. The no trespassing marked trails are not our property. We only claim to have 120 acres with river access.

Vanessa Torres

We had such a great time on the trails! The cabin was perfect for a weekend getaway. Will definitely be back!

Campground Response

Thanks you

Kimberly Dabbs

This place was truly awesome. We had a great time, cabin is fairly new and was very clean. The cabin is only furnished with 1 bed (Full/queen) **comfy**, 2 side tables, lamps,sheets, pillows, blanket, 1 towel/hand towel and wash cloth, hand soap, bar soap, 1 roll of toilet paper, ceiling fan, A/C Unit. Definitely more of a studio style not alot of extra space. There wasn't any light bulbs in the lamps or outside porch lights, also there wasn't a cooking grill but there is a picnic table I'm leaving this info here so others can come prepared. There are 2 porches front and back. A bit of a black ant problem we kept finding them in the cabin not enough to bug us. Definitely in a more private area. Overall with the noise of ATV/UTV(s) all night the cabin was nice, quite and cool we will absolutely stay here again, staff is so kind and we loved Brenda at the food bus she kept our stomachs full all weekend long. Truly a great place to visit and have fun!

Tiffany Seiger

Soggy Bottom is the place to go. Miles and miles of trails, great staff. No complaints at all

Michael Waldron

Family oriented, trails, mud, river beach. Amazing camping spots. I've called the number several times to get assistance with camping, the are always so helpful and sweet. My family's favorite destination