Quartz Mountain is one of the mountains in the Wichita Mountain range, which stretch from Granite, Oklahoma to Lawton, Oklahoma. Most of the mountains in the Wichita Range rise 1500 to 2000 feet above the surrounding plains. The earliest white U.S. exploration of the park region was made in 1834 by a regiment under General Henry Leavenworth and Colonel Henry Dodge, whose mission was to make treaties with the Plains tribes. The first Indians they met were Comanche, who guided them to a Wichita village in what is now known as the Devil's Canyon area of the Nature Park. Today lake Altus-Lugert is one of the top visitor spots which is perfect 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 the great activities ready for you to explore.
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The Quartz Mountain Resort offers great amenities such as complimentary high-speed internet in the rooms as well as public areas, coffee maker and coffee in the rooms, hiking and biking trails and swimming pool and whirlpool. With our newly updated 18-hole golf course and an open air amphitheater, you’ll have all the entertainment you need right on the property! Book now and you can enjoy the best that Quartz Mountain Resort has to offer.