Disney & Langley Info.
NOTICE FROM GRDA:
Due to new "Homeland Security" measures,
GRDA has asked that 4-wheel activity be limited in the spillways and the main dam
areas. At this time they ask that no activity take place north of the electric line
right-of-ways in these areas. You are still permitted in areas south of the
Disney & Langley, Oklahoma
Disney (Langley) is located in NE Oklahoma, approximately an hour's drive from Tulsa. There are three major spillways hosting some of the best and most extreme rock crawling in this area of the country. Traction is incredible, and carnage seems to follow. For those interested in more scenic fun, we have a half dozen trails leading through the woods below the dams. These range from casual zig zag thru the trees, to muddy swamps, to nasty loose hill climbs. Something for everyone can be found within a few miles of Disney.
The land is owned and operated by GRDA (Grand River Dam Authority) and with their blessing we have made it home to NE Oklahoma's premier wheelin' spot.
Remember, you are playing in the flood zone from Grand Lake. They will blow a horn 30min before opening the gates. If flood conditions are possible, pay attention to activity around the dam. The horn will sound once, but may not sound again during the 30 min wait! If you just arrived and you don't see anyone on the rocks, wait a while or flag down a GRDA or Park Ranger and check first. Also, there is access to the trails if the gates are open. However, be aware you may find yourself driving down a steep hill into a flooded valley. If there is water flowing, take a walk down the hill before you commit.
To check on the flood gates and lake level status before you leave, click here.
(We need your help and cooperation to keep this area open!)
Remove all trash you bring in. This included BROKEN parts! Think of them as souvenirs...
Cleanup your oil spills. Please try to make sure there are no oil puddles when you leave. It just makes us look bad, and gives those who might try to run us off, ammunition.
Leave the alcohol back at camp. There's really no need for it on the rocks, and the property is considered stake park authority. This means they can write you up for DUI, NO one wants that!
Think safety! Don't put the kids in the back seat of your jeep if there is no roll bar or seat belts. The rocks can be very unpredictable and very HARD! An ambulance ride is no fun for ANYONE.
ATV's and Motorcycle's, wear your helmets! The rocks can split open a 8 ply TSL like a razor, you can imagine what they could do to your skull.
Stay off any concrete below the dams. Don't try to drive up to the metal gates, there is a MAJOR fine involved (or you have to replace the gate, it's your option).
Stay off any power line access roads. The poor GRDA pickups look really pitiful stuck in a hole made by a 44" TSL!
Don't drive thru the big pool below Little Blue state park. That's reserved for swimming. Besides, it's a quick way to drown a motor! It gets real DEEP real FAST.
Where To Stay
Hogan's Offroad Park
918-782-9346 or email at email@example.com
2 miles South of Hwy 82&28 junction. www.southernoaksresort.com
|Mooney's Sunset Motel
918-435-4540 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Woodstock Lodging Company
918-812-7639 Rex Wood
|Lake of the Cherokee's Motel
|Cliff Pat Motel
|Grand Lodge Motel
|Summerside Inn Bed & Breakfast
Trail Rating Scale
|1||Four wheel drive may be required.|
|2||4WD and AT or better tires required.|
|3||One Locker and aggressive tires required.|
|4||Two Lockers and aggressive tires required. Winch recommended. Body damage possible.|
|5||Two lockers and aggressive 32" or better tires REQUIRED. Winch REQUIRED. Body damage likely.|
|6||If ya gotta ask you don't need to be there!|