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map showing location of Woodland  within Oklahoma The two RV Gypsies went to Woodland, Oklahoma to explore Boiling Springs State Park.

Boiling Springs State Park is a park built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps and located near Woodward, Oklahoma and named for one of the several natural springs which occur in the park.

sign: Welcome to Boiling Springs State Park
The two RV Gypsies saw a deer and her baby fawn crossing the road.
The two RV Gypsies see a deer
the baby fawn crossing the road
mamma and baby deer
And later, the Two RV Gypsies saw yet another deer who just stood there staring at them.
another deer at Boiling Springs State Park
the deer just stared at the two RV Gypsies
sign about the bird life at Boiling Springs State Park
sign about the wildlife habitat at Boiling Springs State Park
Behind the cabins, the two RV Gypsies saw a pond with boiling springs, but it was not the main boiling springs the park is famous for. There were a couple of small areas within the pond that were bubbling.
a pond with boiling springs
a pond with boiling springs
bubbles in the pond
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map of Boiling Springs State Park
After looking at the above map of the park, the two RV Gypsies finally found the boiling springs that the park is famous for.
sign: Boiling Springs State Park
Lee Duquette checking out an overflow of the boiling springs
sign about how boiling springs became
The water was so clear that the two RV Gypsies could see through to the bottom of the pond. The gray spot in the corner is where the water was bubbling. It was not an easy spot to photograph, but it is clearer in the close-up photo on the right. Every minute, about 30 gallons of water flow from the Boiling Spring.
Boiling Springs bubbles
Boiling Springs bubbles
sign about the Geology of Boiling Springs State Park
sign: definition of aquifer
sign about the rocks in the park
close-up of a flower
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You may visit the six sites listed below in any order you choose
Entering Oklahoma
and some history
Little Sahara State Park
in Waynoka
Boiling Springs State Park
in Woodward
Roman Nose State Park
in Watonga
Jim's Metal Art Museum
in Gage, Oklahoma
Windmill Museum
in Shattuck
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