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Beautiful lakeside spot with a good bit of open space. Our site last night was not shaded but many of them are. Signs say you can stay up to 14 days and the fee is currently free! There was some road construction in the campground in the morning but nothing too loud or serious.
This lake has came a long ways from how it use to be. It is a pretty good lake now, the front camp grounds are really nice and the others on the north side of the lake are definitely better than the ones on the south side but they are still nice. It is a more natural lake and fees are not terrible.…
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• Mar 1– Oct 30
• 65 Sites w/electric$10.00-$50.00(50 avai)
• 11 non electric$10.00-$14.00
Some pull thru’s boat ramp dump station day use area with picnic area playground flush toilets showers swimming grills with fire rings picnic table drinking water
Gates open at 6 am and close at 10…
This is a cool spot to visit. The park has many hiking trails and a lake to explore. The Camper sites were not crowded. There was plenty of space between spots. The showers close to our camp spot we’re a bit crusty. Their are other showers closer to the lake that are much newer and cleaner. Overall…
On premises splash park with waterside was great for the grandkids. We all enjoyed the walking and biking trails. Not many full hookups, but lots of 30a/water sites. Nice location and relatively easy to get to.
The rangers were always available to help us during the 4July weekend with bug sprays and other essentials.
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This was our first trip in our new 21’ camper. Robbers Cave was quiet, and the sites were huge. Be sure to check if your site is flat, ours had a huge step down to the picnic table and fire ring. Plenty of tree cover, restrooms and showers if needed. They have upgraded most bathrooms/showers…
stayed for one night during a road trip with a friend. We're both females and felt safe. Tent sites were pretty big and flat. We didn't go in the lake, the water was pretty stagnant and didn't feel refreshing. The bathrooms were okay, I didn't take a shower, but they seemed clean. Sunset by the…
I had Eagle’s Nest to myself… in June. No perks out there, but if you are looking for quiet and distanced sites, this is the site for you in the park. Robber’s Cave itself if a cool little walk on the rocks, though the cave itself has been ravaged by tourists or locals with a need to make their…
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Owner is very pleasant. We are just stopped for 1 night to break up a 14 hour drive. No real amenities, but a level place to hook up and sleep. Great value for $20.
The night we spent here, we were the only ones in that whole section of the campground, so we had the whole place to ourselves. The campsite was nice -- next to the lake, spacious, and clean. The only toilet was infested with wasps, so we weren't able to use it. But the night skies were gorgeous.
Greenleaf State Park is a gem in eastern Oklahoma. This state park offers fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and a splash pad to cool off at! It also is home to The Cabin on the Lake, the first cabin built in Oklahoma for the physically challenged.
We stayed in the Cypress Row campground at site…
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The Trailhead camping area is so-so. You can access the camping areas at the back by driving across the lawn. The spots are quite narrow, so your neighbors are right on top of you. There was a water spigot available but in a neighboring campsite maybe 10 ft from the fire ring, so I had to disturb…
Sequoyah State Park located just 8 miles from Wagoner Oklahoma has something for everyone. Sitting along the shore of Ft Gibson Lake with more than 19,000 surface acres and 225 miles of shoreline make this a water enthusiast paradise. From power boating, canoe and kayaking, fishing or just hanging…
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Went camping with my 7 year old son. Camp site was right in the river. New restrooms/showers were under construction but they had a portable comfort station in our campground.