Sequoyah Bay State Park

Sequoyah Bay State Park


Location:5 miles south of Wagoner on SH 16, then 4 miles east on on 100th St N.
Facilities:77 semi-modern campsites, 110 primitive campsites, nature trail, RV group rally camp, showers, 5 cabins, picnic area, 4 group shelters, snack bar, beach, marina, fuel dock, boat rentals, enclosed fishing dock, swimming beach, bicycle rentals, ballparks, game courts, playgrounds (é).
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, swimming, water-skiing, tennis, volleyball.
Special Features:Park is situated in a oak-hickory woodland in eastern Oklahoma on the shores of 19,100-acre Fort Gibson Lake. The lake was named for the U.S. Army fort (established in 1824) where, for many Native Americans, the Trail of Tears ended. Today, the park strives to honor the cultures of the Five Civilized Tribes, outstanding individual Native Americans, and the memory of those who walked the trail.
Address:6237 E 100th St N
Wagoner, OK 74467

Phone:918-683-0878
Fax:918-687-6797
Web: www.oklahomaparks.com
Size: 303 acres.

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