Quartz Mountain Nature Park

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Eagles Roost ATV Area Opens April 1st
for riding- - Until then it is a great place to hike
No Fooling!


PARK JOB OPENINGS:
Seasonal and/or part time Custodian
Seasonal and/or part time Groundskeeper

Click here for JOB Application (Adobe format)
Click here for VOLUNTEER Application (Adobe format)

Applications may be picked up and dropped off
from the Park Office Monday - Friday
8 AM - noon and 1 - 5 PM
OR from the Nature Center Saturday & Sunday
8 AM - noon and 1 - 5 PM

The application review process will begin March 20, 2015 and continue until positions are filled.

JOB Applications may be obtained at the park office,
or downloaded from above

Applications will be accepted by Email
send email to: quartz@quartzmountain.org
fax (580-563-2763) or
Mail to:
Glen Kirk, Park Manager
43393 Scissortail Rd.
Lone Wolf, OK 73655
Phone: 580-563-2238
Fax: 580-563-2763

Volunteer Camp Hosts:

VOLUNTEER CAMPHOST is an UNPAID Position
-be at least 21 years of age & U.S. Citizen
-have a valid Oklahoma driverís license & Insurable Driving Record
-have their own motorhome or camper trailer to live in
-be willing to work nights, weekends and Holidays
-stay in the park Thurs.- Mon. May 1st through Labor Day Weekend
-must pass a background investigation
-no felony convictions or major misdemeanors
-no Domestic Violence convictions
-have a true desire to serve all members of society
The application review process will begin March 20, 2015 and continue until positions are filled.

Volunteer Applications may be obtained at the park office,
or downloaded from above

Applications will be accepted by fax (580-563-2763) or
Mail to:
Patrick Reeves, Senior Ranger
43393 Scissortail Rd.
Lone Wolf, OK 73655
Phone: 580-563-2238
Fax: 580-563-2763

Wildlife Live Here Year-Round:

Food attracts critters
Be Aware
if you leave a patio door /car window or tent zipper OPEN-even just a crack
you may attract a skunk, raccoon, snake or opposum



Quartz Mountain Golf Course Hours:
8:00 AM - 7PM
Call 580-563-2520 for details




By Governorís Executive Order
All State facilities
Are to be Tobacco Free
Effective August 8th, 2012

Click here for information on Camping at Quartz Mountain
(Campground Names, Sizes, Amenities, Prices and Reservation Policy)


Park Overview

Quartz Mountain Nature Park (QMNP) is a complete recreation destination. There is lake Altus-Lugert for boating, fishing or skiing. QMNP has mountains to hike or climb and sandy beaches to stroll. Metal detecting, ORV riding and Eagle watching are just a few of our specilized activities. Click on the Recreation link above for more information.

PARK RULES
  • Please do not litter.
  • Quiet hours are 11:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.
  • All pets must be caged or on a leash not to exceed 10 feet.
  • All overnight camping is subject to fee.
  • Park in designated areas only.
  • Collecting firewood, nuts and berries, disturbing plants and animals or other natural features is strictly prohibited.
  • It is unlawful to dump water, sewage, or effluent (gray water) from sink, upon or into the surface of the ground or water.
  • Glass containers and alcohol are prohibited in swimming areas.
  • Skateboard, rollerblade and scooter use is restricted to the paved bicycle trail.
  • It is unlawful to drive ATVs anywhere but the designated ATV area.
  • Fireworks are prohibited.

  • Contact Information:
    (580) 563-2238 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - noon and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
    (580) 563-2763 FAX
    quartz@quartzmountain.org

    Features/Facilities: 6,260 Lake Acres • 4,284 Park Acres • Resort Lodge (118 guest rooms and suites) • 8 Cabins (with kitchenettes) • Mountainview Bunkhouse (64-person dormitory) • Performing Arts Complex • 5 Performing Arts Pavilions • Outdoor Amphitheatre (capacity of 200) • 5 Camping Areas, • 19 Full Hookups • 100 Electric/Water Hookups (5 handicap accessible) • 99 Primitive Sites • Restrooms / Showers (4 handicap accessible) • Sanitary Dump Stations • Boat Ramps • Group Camp (capacity 125) • Nature Center • Naturalist • Hiking Trails • Giftshop • North Shore ATV Area (Apr. 1- Oct. 31) • Sand Dunes • Swimming Beaches • Miniature Golf • Water Skiing • Paddleboats • Grocery Store