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84% (16 reviews)

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Rockin K Farms Spring Creek

27 sites 路 RVs, Tents10 acres 路 Tahlequah, OK
This property is 10 acres that has a Crystal Clear Spring Fed Creek on it. We own both sides of the creek. The creek is a cool refreshing crystal Clear and peaceful place. Great place to takes in the beautiful and get one with nature. The creek changes with ever flood. At this time we have 1 big swimming hole to swim in. There are small mouth bass and if you want to try your hand at catching crawdads they are a plenty. May 1st we require a 2 night minimum for the weekends.
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$35
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Booked 3 times

The Oaks RV and Camping

10 sites 路 RVs, Tents5 acres 路 Wagoner, OK
Learn more about this land:By Gibson Lake 5 Private acreage Water if needed Store nearby Walking distance to lake Great fishing Froendly staff and tenants Camp fires are ok unless. There is a burn ban.
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Hickman Hideaway

3 sites 路 RVs, Tents58 acres 路 Sand Hill, OK
Camp right alongside the Arkansas river on your own fully private campsite. Enjoy large green expanse of the forest and many water recreation activities nearby. A small paddle boat is included with all rentals however large vessels may be loaded 1 mile upriver at the Greenleaf loading dock. Sandy shores remind you of the beach, plenty of wildlife and most important peace, quiet, and privacy awaits you.
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$40
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Gray House Farm

2 sites 路 Lodging25 acres 路 Hulbert, OK
Owned by my husband and I. We have bees, chickens, cats and dogs. We have dreams of becoming our own self sufficient farm and avoid weekly trips to the store.Learn more about this land:On Fort Gibson Lake. Walking trail to lake where you can fish, kayak, watch the sunset or swim. Build a fire in the fire pit and relax as you take in the beautiful surroundings. Easily accommodates four people. Close quarters yet tons to do and see. You will thoroughly enjoy this nature in the woods. We are a growing farm and have free range hens. We no longer allow outside animals due to recently losing some to a guest鈥檚 dog. Farm fresh eggs available with your stay.
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$100
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Field Yurt tent or rv (no hook up)

4 sites 路 RVs, Tents12 acres 路 Tahlequah, OK
Learn more about this land:We have approximately 12 acres, mainly field but some wooded area. Fairly secluded. Surrounded by trees. Close drive to Tahlequah and Muskogee Oklahoma. Foothills of the Ozark Only about 15 minutes away from the Illinois river and about 15 minutes to to Fort Gibson Lake. Medical cannabis allowed for valid card holders.
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$15
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Blue Chair Farms

4 sites 路 RVs5 acres 路 Lost City, OK
Come. Enjoy. Our 5 acre homestead is located in NE Oklahoma's Green Country. Here, my husband and I enjoy our fairly quiet country life. Much of my time is spent in my small market garden or in our front yard under the one and only big beautiful oak tree. Less than half an hour north you'll find Salina's access to Lake Hudson. While heading half an hour south brings you to Tahlequah, where you'll find the Headquarters of the Cherokee Nation, NSU and you can spend the day floating the Illinois River.Ten minutes away In Peggs, you'll find Table 5 Restaurant which serves my husbands favorite chicken fried steak. Cowboys Convenient Store sells gas, burgers and so much more. Peggs also has a Dollar General for those forgotten items.We have 3 dogs and a 3-legged cat. We raise chickens and gather eggs while sustainably growing veggies in 2 one-hundred foot poly tunnels. As part of the market garden... plants, fresh produce, jams, salsa, and fresh or dried herbs are available for purchase when in season. I have fallen in love with an old building material called cob. Cob is clay, sand, and straw mixed together on a tarp with your feet. I've completed a few smaller builds and taught a few cob building classes. Now the work begins on a small cob building, called a palletable cobin, (fall of 2022) When cob-building is underway you're welcome to get your feet dirty and join in the fun. We have a mobile cob oven that can be moved to your campsite for cooking pizza, bread and more. Please bring your own firewood.Medical cannabis is allowed for valid card holders. Please be respectful of others and your surroundings.
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$30
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Booked 1 time

Tenkiller Bluff RV

4 sites 路 RVs1 acre 路 Pettit, OK
We have 4 sites currently for RV鈥檚. The area is on Lake Tenkiller off of Indian Road at the Barnicle Bills turnoff. The sites have full hookups (50, 30, 110, water and sewer) and are 35鈥 wide and 50鈥 long. There are peak views of the lake. The site is near our Tenkiller Bluff House which is a vacation rental that sits on top of Cookson Bluff.
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$40
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Rivertree Cabin

1 site 路 Lodging30 acres 路 Tahlequah, OK
Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway. Beautiful cabin near the heart of the Illinois river. Super convenient to heart of the Illinois river, yet away from the bustle to have privacy and comfort. This is a second story apartment with a King bedroom, a full bathroom and living room with futon and tv. It has central heat and air-conditioning, as well as a second-story porch with room for 4 people to relax.
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Mount Lindstrom on Brady

4 sites 路 RVs9 acres 路 Tulsa, OK
In a quiet nook just minutes from downtown Tulsa, we have curated an oasis for travelers. The vistas from the top of the property overlook the city skyline. The camp site is private and looks directly onto a serene pond with lots of wildlife. Hiking up the trails is beautiful. Just relaxing around the fire pit is calming after a busy day of exploring Tulsa. Bring your cycling gear! We are a mile ride from the Katy Trail in Tulsa which goes all the way to the Gathering Place or Turkey Mountain. Our property's amenities will grow, so check our listing often to see what we have added! Learn more about this land: We have a gorgeous spread with a small pond right by your site. Downtown is just an 15$ Uber ride away. We have small hiking/ walking trails on the hillside. Hiking and boating at Skiatook Lake is just 20 minutes from us. We are a ten minute drive from Historic Route 66, Cherry Street Shopping and Dining, Music Venues, The Gathering Place, and Tulsa River Parks. We are a fifteen minute drive from Utica Square shopping and dining, Brookside, and Midtown Tulsa. Our place is an oasis just outside the city life.
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Bigfoot County Campgrounds

1 site 路 RV, Tent30 acres 路 Sycamore, OK
Most of the property is an operating sheep ranch and consists of woodland, ponds, and pasture. I also grow fruits and veggies on about a half-acre of garden that expands every year. The campsite is relatively private and sits beneath mature oaks on the west end of the property, which includes 7 acres of mature woodland and a spring-fed creek.
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$15
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Lisa Christiansen鈥檚 Childhood Home

3 sites 路 Lodging2 acres 路 Tahlequah, OK
A place carved out of history dating back over 200 years ago. This is where history welcomes you to the Cherokee culture. This land has been handed down for generations and has stayed in the family beginning on my mother鈥檚 side of the family, Mary Ann Groundhog, the fourth generation great granddaughter of Sequoyah on the 鈥淒ick鈥 side of my family tree. My mother was heavily involved with AIM (American Indian movement). My dad was the last monolingual Cherokee. His name was Mack Vann, he was a man who loved culture and sharing it with visitors and handed down that passion to me. My hip camper site is named after my daddy, I am still a daddy鈥榮 girl. The land originated before Sequoyah. who created the Cherokee syllabary. Sequoyah was my fifth generation great grandfather and I am very proud of my Cherokee heritage, I would love to share my culture, my tradition, and my passion with you. Learn more about this land: Come and experience the authenticity of Tahlequah, Indian country, Oklahoma where almost every resident is Cherokee, Native American, Nature at its most organic state; A place where deer run free, the sunset paints a new picture each evening with glorious colors of warmth and serenity. Away from the hustle and bustle, peaceful, and inviting. Just a short hike or drive to Todd鈥檚 access or you can swim, fish, or float down the beautiful Illinois River. Welcome to Oklahoma鈥檚 best kept secret. * * * * FREE HIGH SPEED WIFI * * * * Up to 1,000 Mbps upload and download speeds With upload speeds matching download speeds, you can transfer and back up large files with ease. Unlimited data usage, no data caps or throttling. Capacity for all your devices
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$80
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The Wild Goose

20 sites 路 Tents6 acres 路 Proctor, OK
Retreat to the beautiful Illinois River!! This lush and spacious 5.5 acres is perfect for camping, floating, fishing, and relaxing! Private and secluded, this river camp site is close to the charming town of Tahlequah NE Oklahoma, but located right on the river with a large portion of the smooth rock river shore entirely to your self! Full water hook up and restrooms. Space for multiple campsites/tents. Gated access to 5.5 acres with natural stone steps leading you to the Illinois river. The bank is perfect to swim, fish, float, or lounge off of, all private! Plenty of shade for the day, and perfect camp spot for the evening! Fire pit, with firewood included. Small camper trailer would work, there is a bridge to cross to property. *direct property location given upon booking
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The best camping near Sequoyah State Park guide

Overview

About

After visiting Sequoyah State Park with your family, you鈥檙e gonna be like 鈥淒isney, who?鈥. This place isn鈥檛 just an adventure, it鈥檚 a full blown experience! Hike, bike or run the trails; drop the kiddos off at a children's program while you play a round of golf or relax poolside. There鈥檚 a smorgasbord of canoeing, boating, and fishing on Fort Gibson Lake, as well as a full service marina. And Cowboy Camp at the riding stables sounds like the raddest way to get your cowboy on. End your day of adventure with a ranger program about the areas fauna, and roast s鈥檓ores at camp or in one of Sequoyah鈥檚 many cabins. Whether you鈥檙e an out of towner or nearby Tulsa native, trade in the mouse ears for hiking boots and seasons of fun at Sequoyah State Park.

Notable campgrounds

  • Choctaw Campground: Offers full hook-ups for RVs amid lush greenery and serene lake views.
  • Seminole Campground: Ideal for RV camping with full hook-ups, close to the park's amenities and activities.
  • Cherokee Area: Provides water and electric service, perfect for tent campers seeking a rustic experience.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book online early to secure your preferred campsite, as spots fill up quickly, especially during peak seasons.
  • Consider visiting during the weekdays for better availability and a quieter camping experience.
  • Keep an eye on cancellations to snag a last-minute reservation at this popular destination.
  • Explore nearby camping options if Sequoyah State Park is fully booked, to enjoy the surrounding nature.

When to go

The best time to visit Sequoyah State Park is from spring to fall when the weather is ideal for outdoor activities. Summer brings warm temperatures perfect for swimming and boating, while fall offers stunning foliage. Winters can be chilly with a chance of snow, offering a quiet, serene park experience.

Know before you go

  • Check the weather forecast and pack accordingly, as conditions can change rapidly.
  • Be aware of park quiet hours from 11pm to 6am to ensure a peaceful environment for all guests.
  • Some facilities, including the Nature Center and Golf Course, are closed on Christmas Day.
  • ADA-compliant options are available, but it's best to confirm accessibility needs in advance.
  • Remember to get a parking pass, which can be purchased online or at the park office.

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