Flat Rock Creek Campground

Flat Rock Creek CampgroundFort Gibson Lake
8568 State Hwy 251A
Fort Gibson, OK 74434

Phone: 918-476-6766
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Operated by the Army Corps of Engineers, Flat Rock Creek Campground is located on the northwestern side of Fort Gibson Lake. This quiet, cozy campground offers 30 campsites and one group picnic shelter with 30 amp electric hookups. Two primitive sites are also available on a first come, first served basis. Additional amenities at Flat Rock Creek Campground include a comfort station with flush toilets and showers, vault toilets, a dump station and boat ramp.

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  • Facility Amenities: Dump Station, Elec. 30 Amp, Pets Allowed, Picnic Area, Restrooms, Showers

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): US-69

  • On-site Activities: Fishing, Hunting

Campground gates locked from 10pm-6am. Entrance booth open from 12-10pm.

Campsite without electric: $10-$14

Campsite with electric: $14-$18

Group shelter with electric: $50

While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.

From US-412, exit on Hwy 69 and drive south for 7 miles. Turn left on County Line Rd/E0650 Rd and drive for 3 miles. Turn south on N4320 Rd and continue for one mile. Turn right onto D0670 Rd and continue straight into the campground.




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From frank hobbs on 05/27/2014

Lori, i know how you feel. I'm 54 years old and have been fishing down at flat rock since iwas about 13 . I remember when all of the docks and slips and rstaurants were there .I remember old max i think his name was , that ran the pay dock. You could drive all the way across the cossway --now i have to walk all the way around to it from the water . Yes place has changed dramatically. Do not recall your grandfather though . I wish they would fix the place back up . I still fish there and even though most of the structures are gone there is still a lot of good fising to be had .


From Lori Hutton Garrison on 04/29/2013

I grew up at Fort Gibson Lake, my family had a trailor at Flat Rock Resort for over 50 years. The Corp of Engineers took it over and it felt like they took my childhood and my heart. I recently lost my Grandfather Hal Hutton, if anyone out there remembers us and has some pictures I'd love to see them.


 
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