Collings Castle in Turner Falls Park, Davis, Oklahoma is an abandoned, medieval-style castle in a woodland setting near the city of Davis.
Built in the 1930s for Dr Collings – a professor at Oklahoma university – the castle was used a guest house/summer home for Dr Collings and as the bar & ranch headquarters (he also owned a small ranch behind the castle).
Today, the castle is abandoned but its structure is still largely intact and thus it attracts many tourists – particularly because it is part of the popular Turner Falls Park (a campground with cabins which is also home to Oklahoma's largest waterfall).
More Collings Castle information (Turner Falls Park Website)
Davis, OK 73030, United States
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