The two tree houses (Old and New) the old tree house built on a 140 feet Silk Cotton tree, while the new tree house with 110 feet height also has 30 meters walkway. Both tree houses were to facilitate sighting, from which a panoramic view of the Park could be observed.
There is a network of nature trails leading to all areas of interest in the Park. The nature trails afford visitors a walk through a scenic forest ecosystem that facilitates sighting of wide range of plants and animals species.
Boat cruising can be done on Okomu River within the Park or the Osse River at Park boundary in Inikorogha village.
The Okomu River provides an ideal venue for sport fishing.
There is an ultra modern medium size swimming pool located at Arakhuan. The pool is one of the facilities enhancing the recreational impetus of Okomu Hotel & Resort.
There is a network of motor-able Park viewing tracks linking all important areas of attraction. A trip through which, visitors have the opportunity of sighting the Park’s flora and fauna resources. Besides one’s private vehicle, the Park has Toyota Hilux 4WD and Land Rover 110 for Park viewing.
An environmental friendly accommodation with 12 rooms, guest house, Student Hostel and restaurant which constitutes Okomu Hotel and Resort is in place. The 12 rooms which are all en-suit are in 4 separate structural units of 3 rooms each.
CONSERVATION EDUCATION AND SUPPORT ZONE PROGRAMME
The Okomu National Park recognises the role of the supporting zone communities and youths conserving and protecting the natural environment. The management has created series of awareness campaign amongst the communities and schools to further encourage them to support the national conservation efforts. Many conservation clubs have been formed in schools within the Support Zone Communities “Catching them young” and community support programmes executed.