Cherokee Landing State Park

Cherokee Landing State Park


Location:10 miles south of the junction of US 62 and US 82, south of Tahlequah.
Facilities:150 campsites (semi-modern and primitive), RV group camp, showers, picnic area, group shelters, boat ramp, fishing dock, beach, ballparks, playground (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, water-skiing, volleyball, interpretive programs.
Special Features:In the early 1800s, after a devastating journey from Georgia over the Trail of Tears, the Cherokee Indians came to this area and built a nation. The park lies in the heart of Cherokee Territory, on the north shore of 12,500-acre Lake Tenkiller, surrounded by thick pine forests.
Address:Hwy 82 S
Park Hill, OK 74451

Phone:918-457-5716
Fax:918-457-4871
Web: www.oklahomaparks.com
Size: 146 acres.

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