10 Staggering Photos Of An Abandoned Girl Scout Camp In Oklahoma
Unfortunately, Girl Scout Camps in Oklahoma have a bad connotation after the “Girl Scout Murders” at Camp Scott in 1977. Multiple murders took place during a summer camp and the tragedy will never be forgotten. But not all Girl Scout Camps have bad memories. In fact, Camp Red Rock opened in the 1950s as a Girl Scout Camp in Binger and was the home of many fond memories until it closed down in 2010. The location is now privately owned and off-limits, but many pieces of the camp still sit in their original location and are withering away. Abandoned Oklahoma was able to get photos of the deserted camp, and they are a bit eerie. Check them out:
Can you believe everything that was left behind at Camp Red Rock? It’s so unfortunate about what happened to three Girl Scouts at Camp Scott in 1977. But at least this Girl Scout camp seems to have spawned much better memories for those who attended, even if the camp itself has been abandoned and forgotten since.
For other urban exploration ideas, check out these 10 abandoned places in Oklahoma that are worth exploring, if you dare.
Haunted Places In Oklahoma
What are the most haunted places in Oklahoma?
The most haunted places in Oklahoma are listed below:
- Tsa-Li-Gi Amphitheater, Tahlequah
- Fairfax Mansion, Fairfax
- St. Vincent Asylum, Oklahoma City
- The Purple Church, Spencer
- Sacred Heart, Konawa
- Veterans Lake, Sulphur
- Hex House, Tulsa
- Skirvin Hotel, Oklahoma City
- Beaver Dunes Park, Beaver
A quick note: some of these listings may require that you receive permission from the owner of the property before visiting. Please avoid trespassing by simply gaining permission first before you explore these abandoned gems.
Are there any haunted towns in Oklahoma?
There are several haunted towns in Oklahoma, and below is a list of several that are worth exploring:
If you’d like to explore several ghost towns in one trip, this road trip takes you to 5 ghost towns in Oklahoma (including several in the list above) that you’ll not want to miss.
What are the creepiest places in Oklahoma?
The creepiest places in Oklahoma are scattered across the state. Below is a list of creepy places you should visit if you’re brave enough:
- 10 Haunted Cemeteries
- 8 Ghost Towns
- Boggy Creek Bridge, Catoosa
- Parallel Forest, Lawton
- Stone Lion Inn, Guthrie
- Spook Light Road, Peoria
- Grisso Mansion, Seminole
And if you’re searching for more creepy places to explore, these 9 spooky places in Oklahoma would be especially fitting to explore during Halloween.