Sequoyah Bay State Park, Wagoner

3.6
#12 of 14 in Trails in Oklahoma
Sequoyah Bay State Park is on the western shore of Fort Gibson Lake in Wagoner County, Oklahoma. It is 4.3mi south of Wagoner, Oklahoma on State Highway 16. It offers several campgrounds, each named for a notable chief of the Five Civilized Tribes. These include: Chief Attacullaculla, Cherokee; Chief Pushmataha, Choctaw; Chief Osceola, Seminole; Chief Opothleyahola, Creek; and Chief Payamataha, Chickasaw.
The park contains 303acre and 367 sites for recreational vehicles or tents.
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Sequoyah Bay State Park Reviews
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  • My daughter and I drove here yesterday to stroll down memory lane. This is where I camped with my parents and our cousins in my teens. There are areas that have changed over the years- just from age -...  more »
  • We love Sequoyah State Park. Just a beautiful place. So much to do...and so peaceful. A great golf course...horseback riding...a nature center...paddle boats...so much in one place. We love going here...  more »
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  • It has some really great camping, we we're tent camping of course, they also have quite a few (fake) camper camp sites with hook ups. Half the park was flooded because of an unnatural amount of rainfall this winter and spring. But they still had a lot of good sites open. The campground host is really nice, this is our second visit. Only reason I did not give it 5* is the bathrooms, they do have facilities. The facilities that were open had the showers removed and the showers we did find open charged quarters like a car wash. It's supposed to be around 7 minutes for $1.50 however after we added an additional $1.50 (posted "up to 15 quarters) it quit right after adding coins. So I was all covered in soap, with all my quarters gone. Luckily my fiancee was able to find more in our vehicle. Hopefully later in the season they will reopen the free showers? Haven't spoken to the campground host since. We fully intend to return.
  • I get five stars for the park because it is so naturally wonderful. The staff however is another matter. After we called for almost 2 weeks straight trying to get in touch with someone to security Pavilion for our gathering no one answered or replied. When we arrived at the Pavilion and we're setting up for a gathering the staff were very quick to come and let us know that we had to pay to use that Pavilion. Our group is a nonprofit group. We were promised access to electricity but the electricity at the Pavilion was off and we were still charged full price for the use of the area. Best advice I can give make sure you talk to someone before you go out to use any of the areas at Sequoyah Bay State Park.

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