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Sequoyah State Park

84 Reviews
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Sequoyah State Park

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Barry H wrote a review Sep 2020
Tulsa, Oklahoma5 contributions
Stayed at the Seminole rv area. Site had 50 Amp hookup and water. Some of the other sites had sewer as well. Each site has a cement pad and all the roads were paved. The sites on the inside of the loop were close together but not too bad. Plenty of shade and wildlife. Had deer walking through and several feeding on the outer edge. We were greeted by the camp host and felt welcome. We will definitely be going back.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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MichiganderSara wrote a review Aug 2020
4 contributions1 helpful vote
I have a mixed review based on different experiences in Sequoyah State Park and why I gave it three stars overall. I camped for a week in a tent at the Choctaw Tent campground (#36). Five stars: The Lodge, Foggy Bottom cafe and staff, stables, surroundings, environment, park office staff/rangers, campsite, hiking trails, water activities, weather. It's an amazing park and prime location. Beautiful scenery and sunrises!!! It's secluded and quiet, but not far from many nearby towns and cities. One star: racoons getting too close to humans and into everything nightly (I left zero food/trash out), loud lawn mowers waking me up at 7:45am, no hot water in shower, long walk to bathroom, bathrooms and shower have lots of spiders and insects (including mud dauber wasps - I'm allergic!!!) and run down, need new mirrors, and nature center was closed for construction/remodeling. I can't say much about the other campgrounds in the park, but if you're in a tent, I suggest a different one. The park is perfect for day visits, picnics, family fun, hiking, etc. RV campers seemed really happy with the place.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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James H wrote a review Aug 2020
Muskogee21 contributions14 helpful votes
Came with extended family. This facility has been extensively remodeled in the last few years, I was last here in 1987. The rooms were very nice. I was in a poolside room that had a deck and overlooked the beautiful swimming pool and watching sunrise was one of my highlights. some of my party stayed in a one bedroom cabin, that was very nice as well. the cabin had what i think is the biggest deck i have ever seen. it was beautiful ( i think it was larger than my apartment). it is my hope that in the future i can return!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Mark Pasinpsychology wrote a review Aug 2020
Alpine, Texas13 contributions1 helpful vote
Do get one of the cabins on the lake. They are worth the price. I got a cabin on the lake and one on the back side. Both were nice. Go during the week unless you are accustomed to the hicks who just want to drink and be loud. We rented a pontoon from the marina for half a day. Great fun and some great fishing. Take a walk on the trails if you are alone or with your family.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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NF2013_13 wrote a review Aug 2020
Orlando, Florida380 contributions137 helpful votes
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We'd never been to Oklahoma so stopped there for 3 nights on our way back home to FL from an RV trip out west. We were very impressed with this part of Oklahoma -- green, rolling hills, lakes and nice folks. The state park campground was very well kept and the sites were roomy. While we were not directly on the lake, we had woods behind us with a distant view of the lake between the trees which was fine. We liked our Site #4 on Seminole Loop. We had full hookups too. Fort Gibson Lake was big and we liked being close-by to walk down to it in the evening for sunset. We explored the park which had alot to offer--a golf course, a riding stable, a bike path, nature center, gift shop, lodge and restaurant. We were quite impressed with this State Park and plan to return to this Northeast area of OK in a few years. PS The Camp Hosts were also very nice. Our campsite was next to them and we told them how nice the park was maintained.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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