Lake Bluestem

Lake Bluestem 2 miles W on Hwy 60
Pawhuska, OK 74056

Phone: 918-287-3040
Fax: 918-287-2841
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Recreational lake with electric hookups for RVs and tent camping, 2 boat ramps with handicap access, docks, picnic areas and fishing. Fish type and vary from channel cats to 16" minimum on black, brown and spotted bass. Rates: $15 per night for electric; $5 per night for tent.

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2 miles W of Pawhuska on Hwy 60, 3 miles N on County Road.

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From Staff on 08/19/15

JJ, we're sorry you haven't been able to get the information you're looking for to RV camp at Lake Bluestem. If you'll call the Pawhuska City Hall at 918-287-3040, they'll be able to give you more details. Thank you for using!

From JJ on 08/18/15

Basically no information about the RV facilities, electric what AMP available 20, 30, 50, water, dump station, size of sites how big of RV can you handle, it is almost as if you are not interested in RV's coming.

From Staff on 08/30/12

John, sorry you have had such a hard time contacting someone about reserving a spot at Lake Bluestem. We've updated the number to Pawhuska City Hall, where they will be able to get you in touch with someone that can help. Happy camping and thank you for using!

From John Gailey on 08/29/12

I have tried to contact this place about 50 or more times! I am not kidding about how many times I have called this number. I have tried early morning and late evening, mid day and even on the weekends. Never an answer. I am less than 2 weeks away from the camping trip I have been planning for 2 months now and am getting nervious about being able to reserve a spot with electricity. Is there some alternative place to contact?

From brittany davis on 09/23/11

that is the place i learned to swim itsalwys been my fav. place in the world to go it remindes me of all the fun times with my family all the boat ride and camping and the falls it has alaws not been a safe place for kids but that really didnt mader we would find a rock and just sit on are blankets and stare out at the pretty naturs around us

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