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Not as nice as other parks along our i40 route from CA to GA, but hospitality was great and appreciated the kindness of the folks who manage this property. Little sketchy of the red/brown lake water to swim in and the bugs are massive compared to the desert. Lol but we loved the lush forests,…
We stayed at Spavinaw State Park for a little weekend getaway. It’s now one of our favorite places to stay! The River that runs along the campground is really nice. Cool clear water with lots of different fish species to be caught. My boys had a great time fishing. The campsite included 30 amp…
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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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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…
Beautiful peaceful place, but the shared bathroom was gross! 😳
We stayed the weekend and had a great time, there was plenty of things for the kids to do and enough space at our campsite that we didn’t feel crowded in.
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.
We checked out this campground but did not stay. This is a small circle campground with sites that are very close together. I did find out later that the people that stay here are mainly fishermen because of the “quality” (untested) fishing spot.
We did some recon of this site as a potential stop, only find that the site was closed.
Very nice and clean campground. Reserve early though this one fills up fast. We camped here in the middle of the week and they where already at 75%. Lake side spots are not advisable if you have little ones, the bluffs are very close to the fire pits and have about a 30ft drop.
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The north and south sides of the lake have always been a great place for anything from adventure to relaxation, grilling, boating, water skiing, fishing, swimming, hiking/riding trails and quaint enough for a good book or catching up on some studying...
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.
Strayhorn Landing is well maintained and very neatly kept. The fishing is easy and there are plenty of facilities for ‘needed activities’. Thoroughly enjoyed and will be back many times.
The park was very busy but surprisingly quiet after dark. Fishing in the river by the spillway was very nice. When we were there the park was currently looking for a camp host (help wanted sign). With the camp host vacancy there was no one to police the rules and people parked all over the grass.
My wife and I decided to take a small primitive camping trip with our puppy to see how she'd do in a tent. We had a wonderful experience-- a great view, hot showers, and very friendly campers. We were at first nervous that our campsite would be noisy as it it near the boat dock, but it wasn't very…