Open: Open all year Number of Sites: 76 Tents Allowed: Yes Dogs Allowed: Yes
You'll find no planes or trains at this campground. Stroll from your campsite to the shoreline of Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma's largest reservoir. Rent a canoe, kayak or paddleboat onsite if you desire a more rigorous activity. A barnyard zoo with exotic breed chickens, geese, ducks, turkeys, "Molly" our Watusi cow and her new friend "Mattie" our young Longhorn will please all ages. If you like connecting with nature, this is the KOA for you! Excellent bird watching, nature trails and fishing in our catch and release pond will not disappoint you! Horses are welcome here and can have their own pen for overnight stays. Hold family reunions in one of three heated/air-conditioned meeting rooms complete with kitchens. Savor a delicious meal and fresh-baked cobblers year round at the Chuck Wagon Kafe. Visit the local casino or play a round of golf while you are here. Check out numerous museums in Muskogee to explore Native America history and see nearby Civil War battle sites. Visit Checotah, the Steer Wrestling Capital of the World and home of the 2005 American Idol, Carrie Underwood, or browse antique shops for rich history and great finds in our quaint little towns.
50 Max Amp
116' Max Length
Pool (Open May 25 to Sep 7)
Catch and Release fishing pond
24 hour Laundromat
Family reunion hall
Meeting rooms for clubs and businesses
Well stocked convenience store
Take your meal with us at the cafe or we'll deliver to your site!
Kayak, canoe and paddleboat rentals
Horseshoe pit, badminton, volleyball
From jct US 69 and I-40: Go 10 mi W on I-40 (exit 255), then 1/2 mi W on N service road. Entrance on right.
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