Sequoyah State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 168
Sequoyah State Resort Park is located in eastern Oklahoma on the shores of Fort Gibson Lake. The park is named after Sequoyah, a famous Cherokee Tribe member who invented the Cherokee alphabet. It was established as an independent park in 1953.
Campground facilities include modern and semi-modern RV sites with full hookups, tent sites, comfort stations and lighted boat ramps. Groups will find picnic shelters and group camping facilities for RV and tent camping, as well as A-frame cabins with a dining hall.
Visit Three Forks Nature Center within the park for live animals, displays, a naturalist and a wide variety of trails for hiking, biking and running.
The on-site 18-hole golf course with pro shop offers rental equipment, snacks and drinks, corporate outings, tournament bookings, lessons and more.
Western Hills Guest Ranch, operated in conjunction with Sequoyah State Park offers on-site lodging. It is the largest of Oklahoma's state park lodges with lodge rooms and suites, cottages, a bunkhouse, a restaurant, meeting rooms, swimming pool, tennis courts, playgrounds, recreation programs, outdoor cookouts and more.
Sequoyah Riding Stables provides horseback riding, pony rides and hayrides on wooded and open trails inside the fabulous Sequoyah State Park. Bring your group out to the Cowboy Camp at Sequoyah Riding Stables.
The full-service marina at Paradise Cove features boat rentals, boat sales, loading dock, gas dock, slip rental, paddle boats, personal watercraft, storage, bait and tackle supplies.
Sequoyah State Resort Park is an ideal getaway just 45 minutes southeast of Tulsa. Guests will enjoy the diversity of activities throughout the year. There are numerous children's activities planned throughout the spring, summer and fall. Historical sites, dining and unique shopping can be found just minutes from the lodge in the nearby towns of Wagoner, Muskogee and Tahlequah. This great Western getaway is for families, reunions, couples and conventioneers alike.
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