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).
Davis, OK 73030, United States
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