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This is probably our favorite campground so far. The sites are spacious and clean. The water spigots are insulated for colder weather camping. There are several hiking trails with varying levels of difficulty. There are several beautiful falls along Lee Creek.
We didn’t make it to the pool but…
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I bounced between a 3 and 4 star review. If the weather was cooler or we had a shaded spot, then I would have gone 4 right away, so giving it a generous 4 for people wanting a family spot on the lake.
This campground felt a bit like a summer camp. There is a good sized pool, a pond with a couple…
Devil’s Den is an oasis of trails and amenities. We hiked their awesome namesake trail in about an hour—Interesting paved stairs and pathways lead you to lovely little spots and views including a trio of hidden waterfalls. Bathrooms and sites are roomy at campsite A. BUT STAY ALERT: We had many…
Decent campground with lots of sites with decent space. There is a marina there and beach area. Nice covered picnic benches along the shore. Some sites also have covered picnic tables.
Biggest negative was that Bathrooms are sparse and we didn’t have soap the entire weekend.
Great fishing.....nice clean campground....friendly people
We met friends there. We boated, jet ski'd, visited, ate, made new friends and had the best week. Concrete pads, 30 and 50 Amp available but no sewer hookups. Had to use the turd wagon but it was an easy pull. Already making plans to go back.
We’ve camped at Tenkiller State Park once before and stayed in Shady Grove (rv area). This time we camped in Blue Jay on top of the hill. There was an issue with the power on the side of the loop we were on and we were not informed before we got there. They did offer to let us stay and refund our…
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Cedar Oaks is a very easy campground (CG) to find and get into. We did not have a designated site number but had requested back-in site 90 on the lake or a pull through from 64 to 73. We got our first choice and after an easy check-in we were escorted to site 90 and were assisted backing in. This…
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Sequoyah State Park is just beautiful. I stayed in Paradise Cove in a tent site quite literally right on the water since this part of Oklahoma is experiencing flooding right now. There are flush toilets in this part of the park, but there are showers in others. There’s a short hiking trail, it’s…
Pretty typical state park camping. Camping loops with nice pull in sites. A variety of people camping in tents & RVs. Electric at most sites. One loop had vault toilets with potable water access. The main loop a restroom with showers, flush toilets, and potable water. There’s a seasonal…
I personally have been camping here since I was a child. Now we bring grandkids with us. We love it here for a quick weekend or a week.
Lots to keep the kids busy, we had a really good time. Campsites are pretty close together though so we didn’t have the space or privacy we like but I know we will go back.
Nice park with clean bathrooms. Lots of hiking trails.
My reservation was partially cancelled. I called and asked for information. The campground Karen rudely refused to reveal the reason or predict future administration decisions.
Also hard to use their. Internet based reservation system when you are traveling in mostly poor coverage areas.
There are some good reviews here so I will just add a few extra notes. First and foremost if you are travelling on I 49 and your camper is longer than 25' it is highly recommended that you take exit 53 (170) exit. There are fewer tight turns for maneuvering big rigs. Second we camped in…