The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park

The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park 19808 Park 10
Hulbert, OK 74441

Phone: 918-772-2545
Toll Free: 800-368-1486
Fax: 918-772-2030

Located in Sequoyah State Park along the shores of Fort Gibson Lake, The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park is the largest state park lodging facility with 104 renovated guest rooms and 44 cottages. Formerly known as Western Hills Guest Ranch, the lodge is the ideal retreat for a relaxing getaway. Other lodging amenities at The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park include a bunkhouse with a great room and kitchen facilities. The in-house restaurant and a variety of meeting rooms are popular for group functions and conferences. WiFi is offered in the lodge lobby, media room, meeting spaces ...

Located in Sequoyah State Park along the shores of Fort Gibson Lake, The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park is the largest state park lodging facility with 104 renovated guest rooms and 44 cottages. Formerly known as Western Hills Guest Ranch, the lodge is the ideal retreat for a relaxing getaway. Other lodging amenities at The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park include a bunkhouse with a great room and kitchen facilities. The in-house restaurant and a variety of meeting rooms are popular for group functions and conferences. WiFi is offered in the lodge lobby, media room, meeting spaces and restaurant. For family entertainment, riding stables are nearby as well as a nature center and 18-hole golf course. Enjoy a brisk walk, jog or bike ride on the park's two-mile paved trail.

Cool off in the summertime at the zero-entry swimming pool and children's splash park in the lodge courtyard or find your place in the sun at a lakeside swim beach. Bring your family boat or book a pontoon boat cruise from Paradise Cove Marina. A recreation room, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, basketball courts and playgrounds complete your family fun time when visiting the park. Historical sites, dining and unique shopping can be found just minutes from the lodge in the nearby towns of Wagoner, Muskogee and Tahlequah.

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  • Dining Type: Casual Dining

  • Discounts: Group Rate Discount, Military Discount, Senior Discount

  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, ADA Rooms, Bar/Lounge, Children's Menu, Credit Cards Accepted, Handicapped Parking, Interior Corridors, Lake Access, Lake/River View, Mail Service, Meeting Space Available, Naturalist on site, Non-smoking, Outdoor Grills, Park Ranger, Pets Allowed in Cabin, Picnic Area, Playground, Pool Outdoor, Reservations Suggested, Restaurant on site, Vegetarian Options Offered

  • General Information: Number of Units: 104

  • Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Advance Group Reservations Required, Baggage Handling, Bus/Motorcoach Parking, Group Rates Available, Meal Functions, Private Dining Room, Private Dining Room Capacity: 400, Total Capacity of Meeting Space: 650

  • Location: Lakefront, State Park

  • Meals Served: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch

  • On-site Activities: Boating, Disc Golf, Fishing, Game Room, Golf Course on site, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Swimming, Tennis Court, Volleyball, Watchable Wildlife

  • On-site Lodging: Bunkhouse, Lodge

  • Rentals: Paddleboat Rental, Pontoon Rental

  • Room Amenities: Balcony/Deck, Cable/Satellite TV, Climate Control, Coffee Maker, Desk, Hair Dryer, Iron/Ironing Board, Kitchen Facilities

  • Room Type: 1-Bedroom Units, Connecting Rooms, Double, King, Queen, Suites

Located on Hwy 51, 8 miles east of Wagoner.

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Ann Skelton

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James Botto

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From owner on 10/27/16

Mr. Wood, the type of cabin you have reserved has a mini fridge and coffee maker. However, it does not have a stove or microwave. There are charcoal grills located outside the cabins and of course our restaurant will be open.

From tom wood on 10/27/16

we have rented a cabin for november 2-3-4and 5.wondering if the cabin has a stove or a microwave in it?

From Creighton DelGrosso on 09/02/16

Liked it !

From Staff on 09/01/16

Joel, yes the basketball and tennis courts can be lit in the evenings, but there is a nominal charge. We believe it's around $1 for 20-30 minutes, but the park staff will be able to tell you for sure. Have a great trip and thank you for using!

From Joel on 09/01/16

Bringing our youth group to Sequoyah in the fall, and had a quick question. Are the basketball and tennis courts lighted during the off-season?

From Susan Coman on 08/14/16

We stayed in the Bunkhouse for a family reunion once and we've stayed in the cabins a number of times. The whole family loved all the things to do -- the recreation room, the pool was great for all ages -- from little kids to a relative who has a difficult time climbing in and out of a regular pool. This one she could walk right in. Some people liked that they were by the lake for boating and fishing and some didn't leave the lodge.

From Meghan on 08/02/16

Stayed here for my family reunion. We stayed in room 111 for the first night just to wake up the next morning & find an army of ants all over the tv stand table. I had all of my 6 month olds formula & baby bottles placed on a towel & the ants were piled up all over his stuff! Ants had gotten inside my babies formula box even with the box lid closed! Needless to say, I had to throw away his formula & my mother ran to 4 different stores in Muskogee to find his formula as it is a special kind we use for his tummy. My family & I were moved upstairs to a new room that they had to put a dehumidifier in because it was super damp & smelt of mold. We only recieved $30 off our entire 3 day stay as they said they could only reimburse me for my babies formula. I will NEVER stay here again. They charge $100 a night & say it's a renovated hotel, when all they've done is slap paint & new carpet onto an old building. Oh & also, the smoke alarms went off in the hallways the last night we stayed there around 5am, as we all including my other family members & other families got up to evacuate the building. & the staff simply said that periodically happens because the building is so old.

From Staff on 07/26/16

Roger, WiFi is offered in the lodge lobby, media room, meeting spaces and restaurant. Thank you for using!

From Roger on 07/25/16

Do you have wifi?

From owner on 06/25/16

Amanda, That kind of depends...our meeting rooms, especially the large hall, are tied to our rooms. The Cherokee pavilion in the park is indoor and air conditioned and might work for you. If you are definitely thinking the lodge, here are some suggestions: We can do more during our slow period - late fall to early spring. Day of the week matters - think about Sunday afternoon/evening or Monday - Thursday. Ask about weekends when our rooms are pretty much booked up but meeting spaces might be open. There aren't many of those but that's a great time to rent a meeting space without sleeping rooms. Hope this helps - and congratulations!

From Amanda on 06/24/16

I went by the office to ask about having a wedding and reception at the Lodge. I want an outdoor wedding which the cost was $125, very affordable. I wanted to have the reception at the Lodge and have it catered. To use the small meeting room was $200, very affordable, but here's the catch... I have to pay for 20 rooms for 2 nights upfront, that's $3,000 for just rooms that I'm not even sure we will need!!! My boyfriend and I will be paying for this ourselves. I am extremely disappointed in this exploitation! The required rooms costs is more than our entire wedding.

From Staff on 06/13/16

Sarah, your best bet for bunkhouse pricing is to call the park office at 918-772-2545. They'll also be able to check availability for you. Thank you for using!

From sarah on 06/10/16

We stayed in the bunkhouse several years ago and was wondering what the prices were now for the bunkhouse Thank you

From Staff on 03/07/16

Kara, the pool typically opens over Memorial Day weekend. For more information, please call 918-772-2545. Thank you for using!

From Kara J. on 03/07/16

When does the pool open?

From Staff on 02/16/16

Tjuana, to check on rates and availability for cabins at Sequoyah State Park, please click the green button at the top of this page or call 918-772-2545. Thank you for using!

From Tjuana Gilliland on 02/14/16

I am interested in the special rate for a cabin, that is in effect until May.

From Maureen Cole on 01/11/16

My family has been coming here for years to celebrate family reunions and there have been some great upgrades recently. The pool has a splash zone and zero entry, which is fantastic for kids of all ages. The cabins have been remodeled with new tile and the beds and sofa beds are quite comfortable. They have also done a nice job with the tennis courts, sand volleyball court and playground. Also the walking/jogging trails and nature center are wonderful. We really enjoyed the trail rides last time as well. I'm not a golfer so can't comment on that, but there is lots to do for all ages. They event have crafts and games for the kids. We are hoping for the arcade to come back in the lodge remodel and are looking forward to seeing what they do the rooms and restaurant as well. Happy travels!

From Staff on 11/13/15

Lynn, we're so sorry to hear of your negative experience, and we hope you shared your concerns with the park staff so they had a chance to make it right during your stay. If you would like to contact the park directly for any reason, please call 918-772-2545. Best wishes and thank you for using

From Lynn on 11/12/15

This is the most disgusting place I have ever stayed. The cabins are dirty and the sofa bed is hideous!

From Staff on 10/13/15

Louise, absolutely! Please call Sequoyah State Park at 918-772-2545 and they will be happy to help you with those arrangements. Thank you for using!

From Louise Thompson-Garrett on 10/13/15

Would it be possible to make reservations for a family reunion of 50 people in June or July, 2016

From Staff on 08/07/15

Gene, we are glad you had a great trip! In the future, when you would like to make a reservation for more than a year out, please ask to speak to a supervisor and they will be happy to help you. Thank you for using!

From Gene on 08/02/15

Sequoyah Lodge has to rank top in the State. Very clean, friendly, etc. I do have one question. I understand the only being able to reserve a room one year in advance because that keeps patrons from tying up a room for years in advance. What I do take issue with, is there a reason why, if I want a room three nights in a row, I have call at just after midnight for three straight days to get that room? And then hope no one else beats me to it or we have to move the whole family. Why can't you call on Aug 1st, 2015 and make a reservation for Aug 1st, 2nd and 3rd, 2016 at the same time?

From Staff on 07/30/15

Gene, thanks for your comment! We want to let you know that it has been passed along to the park office. Thank you for using!

From Gene Krier on 07/29/15

Just enjoyed another annual four day stay at your beautiful lodge. Very clean, a friendly staff and good service. Only problem is something must be done about the red wasps on the lakeside cabins. They have been there for years but were not a problem until the decks were built. One grandson was stung twice yesterday and I was stung twice today. Unprovoked attacks. My other grandson is deathly allergic to stings. It would be very easy to professionally erraticat them and seal their entrances. Other than that GREAT lodge.

From Staff on 07/10/15

Julie, to search available positions, please visit Thank you for using!

From Julie Hawkins on 07/09/15

Close to can my husband and I find out about job opportunities at Western Hills Lodge? He has bachelor's degree in education and has taught 32 years with a minor degree in wildlife conservation. I have been an office manager, worked in food service and currently working at Cushing, OK Pre-Kindergarten. If you could point us in the right direction for employment, it would be greatly appreciated...JAHawkins

From Staff on 06/15/15

Brenda, for rates and availability you'll need to check with the park staff by calling 918-772-2046. However, if you'll visit and click the red links on the right side of the page, it will give you more information about the group options available. Thank you for using!

From Staff on 06/15/15

Terrie, thanks for your interest in the bunkhouse. It sleeps 44 people, and for rates and more information you'll need to check with the park staff by calling 918-772-2046. Thank you for using!

From Brenda Key on 06/14/15

I am looking for a central location for a family reunion in the fall. Would you have a meeting room or area available in the fall for sometime in September or October of this year? For around 80 people? If so, what would the cost be? Thanks.

From Terrie on 06/14/15

Just spent the weekend there in one of the cottages. Room was nice and clean. We always have a great time with our grandsons there because there is so much to do! The staff is very friendly and helpful and the removations are awesome! The food is good in the resturant but not enough waiters. Overall we love Western Hills Lodge!

From Terrie on 06/14/15

Could you please send me info on the bunkhouse prices, how many rooms ect. Thank you!

From Staff on 06/01/15

Ashley, please call 918-772-2545. Thank you for using!

From Ashley on 05/30/15

I wanted to look into the possibility of having a wedding here. Who do I need to contact to get more information?

From Staff on 05/22/15

Zach, at this time all boat ramps are closed. Please visit for more state park updates or call 918-772-2545. Thank you for using!

From Zach on 05/22/15

Do you have boat docks to leave in over night or boat ramp?

From Staff on 05/18/15

Shalana, for availability and reservations, please call the phone number at the top of this page. Thank you for using!

From Shalana on 05/15/15

Good afternoon, I would like to know if you have a pet friendly cabins available for the next holyday , for two people. Check in on may, 23 Check in out may, 25 Thank you

From Street Family on 03/22/15

We stayed in the lodge. Our room was very clean. It was nice to have a fridge in the room. We did not find the mattress to be comfortable One Queen and One Full Size. The restaurant served really great's a little pricey. We loved the common area and found the fireplace to be quite cozy. The facility had games we could check out. The staff were very friendly. It was very close to the lodge. The nature center always has stuff going on. We recommend that you check that out. One thing we would have liked was the ability to paddle boat. This would have been nice for those who want to get on the water and do not have boats. I will add that this place is very family friendly.

From owner on 03/19/15

Rebecca, There are several fire pits scattered about in the cabin area. They are not tied to specific cabins, you are welcome to use any fire pit as long as there isn't a burn ban in effect. They are first come, first serve. Stop by the front desk and we can tell you where to find them.

From Rebecca on 03/18/15

Do your cabins have fire pits outside in addition to the grills they have? Thanks.

From owner on 03/11/15

Bill K, I'm a little confused, none of our cabins have carpet. But they did have carpet before they were remodeled about 4 years ago. If you would, please call (918) 772-2545, if you did stay here - we certainly want to address your concerns.

From Bill K on 03/11/15

We stayed cabin 361-362. Beds is not okay and common area with a sleeper sofa a lot of bugs in there. Room was terrible, stains on the carpets all the carpets and sleeper sofa a lot of STAINS. I LOVE STAY IN THERE BUT WITHOUT STAINS. I'M HATING STAIN

From jannajohnston on 02/26/15

We have stayed there for YEARS for our family reunion. We love the renovations to the cabins. So happy to hear the Lodge and rooms are also being renovated, it was really needed. Looking forward to this summers stay.

From owner on 11/22/14

Nancy, thank you for telling us about your concern. Please know that there is monthly pest control throughout the property. And in the months since your stay, there has not been another report such as this. We take this very seriously, it will be addressed.

From Nancy Rice on 11/19/14

June 26, 27, 28, 2014, my sons stayed in connecting cabins and my husband and I stayed in a lake side cabin. Unfortunately we all caught bed bugs there, and unknowingly brought them home. We have stayed at the lodge and cabins before and never had this problem, so I doubt if we will ever come there again. We are very upset this has occurred.

From elizabeth bailey on 11/10/14

I love there wildlife there it is very cool

From Staff on 04/27/14

JJ, according to the Sequoyah State Park staff, RV campers are welcome to use the pool and splash pad as long as the lodge is at 70 percent occupancy or less. So before you swim, please check with the lodge manager for that information. If you have any questions, call the state park at 918-772-2046. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From JJ on 04/25/14

Is the splash pad open to all campers in the State Park or just those staying in the lodge?

From owner on 04/16/14

BT - I am so sorry you had such a poor experience. I am very excited to say the lodge is scheduled for a major renovation starting in August. All lodge rooms, bathrooms, lobby, hallways, meeting spaces, restaurant, and suites are going to be completely renovated. It will take a few months to complete, but by this time next year it will all be new.nnIf you would, please call (918) 772-2545 and ask for the manager. I would truly appreciate the opportunity to discuss your concerns. Thank you for taking the time to help us become better for our guests.

From BT on 04/13/14

I would not stay if again if you paid me too. The view was gorgeous but the room was terrible, stains on the carpets all the carpets, bathrooms have 50's spouts. The people were not nice. I could not wait to leave that place. Will not visit again. Room next to us sounded like someone was being hurt, you could hear what was going on in the room. I would not recommend this place to anybody!!!!!

From owner on 04/04/14

Dale - Sequoyah has a great outdoor pool with splash pad. It normally opens for the season in early May. I'm afraid there is not an indoor pool or hot tub at this facility.

From Dale on 04/03/14

Is there an indoor swimming pool or hot tub? Thanks

From Staff on 01/21/14

Sandra, Sequoyah State Park's lodge and cabins are currently undergoing renovations, so the online booking system is not working. For availability and reservations, please give Sequoyah State Park a call at 918-772-2545. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Sandra Newton on 01/19/14

I've been looking at availability dates for July 17-19.It appears all cabins are sold out all of the summer months.We want to take our grandsons to an area that has things to do within an hour drive from a cabin.

From Staff on 10/15/13

Dennis, Sequoyah State Park offers cabins that can sleep two, four and six people. The two person cabins feature one queen-size bed and can come with and without kitchenettes. One two person cabin is handicap accessible and does not include a kitchenette. The four person cabins offer one bedroom with two twin beds and a common area with a sleeper sofa. These also come with and without kitchenettes. The six person cabins have two bedrooms. One bedroom holds two twin beds, the other holds one queen-size bed, and there is a queen-size sleeper sofa in the common area. The six person cabins also offers kitchens. For more information or to make a reservation, please call 918-772-2545. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Dennis Gettman on 10/15/13

What are the cabin options including sizes, kitchens, bed sizes, etc? Thank you.

From owner on 09/20/13

DB we are sorry but Western Swing has been Cancelled for 2013.

From DB on 09/15/13

Are they still having the Western swing weekend this year at the resort

From Randy on 07/18/13

We spent a relaxing night in one of the newly remodeled cottages. We had our boat with us and spent several hours on the lake. Very nice experience which we look forward to doing again soon!

From Marita on 06/24/13

We had a family reunion there last summer, and it was so much fun. The zero entry pool and splashpad were very nice. The location to towns made it nice incase you needed to run to a store. The breakfast buffett was yummy and convenient. Loved everything......except the rooms badly need updated, our carpet had bleach stains, missing some baseboards, and the bathroom was VERY outdated. But we didn't spend a lot of time in the room, so it was tolerable. Everything else was amazing.

From Emily Williams on 04/15/13

Awsome place to work or visit. A beautiful park, lodge,cabins,r.v.parks, and camping it has it all

From Terry on 01/21/13

This past weekend, January 17-19, I attended the bluegrass festival at the lodge. It was outstanding and I had a great time! The event was well-organized, the staff was friendly and helpful, meals were great, and there were pickers falling from the rafters! Thank you to the folks at The Lodge for hosting this event!

From Lacey on 11/03/12

My boyfriend and I came here just for a little get-a-way in January. It was lovely, the staff were nice, and the food is great! We are planning to come here again.

From Sequoyah Lodge Group Sales on 10/19/12

Dylan, yes you are correct. October 19-20th and 26-27th, 2012 the park will be haunted with a scary and haunted hayride. There is additional information on this hayride on this page.

From Dylan on 10/18/12

It's haunted!!!!

From Staff on 10/04/12

Sherry, the bunkhouse can sleep roughly 40 people. For rates and availability, please call 918-772-2545. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From Sherry Jenkins on 10/03/12

Wanted to check on the bunk house for a family reunion. Weekend of June 21st , 2012. What is the cost and how many does it sleep?

From Staff on 10/02/12

Tonya, each Oklahoma State Park cabin is equipped with pots, pans, cooking utensils, silverware and dinnerware for the maximum number of people that the cabin can sleep. Enjoy your trip to Sequoyah State Park and thank you for using!

From Tonya on 10/01/12

We're considering renting one of the cabins. What is included in the kitchenette? Pans, plates, or just refrigerator and stove?

From Staff on 06/27/12

Patti, please refer to the red Booking Website link near the top of this page. From there you can check on availability and prices for a state at Sequoyah State Park. Have a great time and thank you for using

From patti on 06/24/12

where do i find cabin and cabana rates.

From Micki on 03/18/12

Stayed in a cabin with my 2 daughters. Very clean and roomy. Everyone was very nice. Thoroughly enjoyed hiking, fishing, and horseback riding, as well as seeing the wildlife!

From karen on 03/18/12

went for the weekend with my husband, stayed in cabin. had a wonderful time, park was very clean and food in lodge was very good. plenty to do no matter what age you are, catered to families of all ages

From Staff on 12/06/11

Brett, great question. There was a runway some years back that was intended for use by park guests! Since Fort Gibson is a flood control lake and sometimes the runway was submerged to accomodate the lake or under-utilized by guests, it was shut down. A portion of the runway was repurposed into a paved road for the park. Thanks for your interesting question and for using

From Brett on 12/01/11

Inside the park I have noticed the remains of a runway. Was this a former airport for the Tahlequah/Wagner area?

From Staff on 09/02/11

JB, please call Western Hills so that the wonderful reservation staff may accomodate your request. Have a wonderful time at your reunion and thank you for using

From jb campbell on 09/01/11

Hello, I was wishing to make reservation for 1 on Sept. 23rd. This would be for the Campbell/Crews reunion. If you have something next too Lois Record let me know? JB

From Carolyn Fickle on 07/26/11

Wonderful place for a family reunion - just remember it is a state park and rustic not the Westin in some large city - Staff was very very helpful and accomodating....Best reunion we've had in several years...

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