Brushy Lake Park

Brushy Lake Park 8 miles N of city on Maple St
Sallisaw, OK 74955

Phone: 918-775-6241
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Located in the scenic wooded Cookson Hills of eastern Oklahoma, Brushy Lake Park offers visitors a quiet, secluded recreation destination with camping, picnic areas, fishing and boating. Facilities include eight day-use picnic areas with tables and grills, group shelters with electricity, 23 concrete camping sites including RV sites, playgrounds and a lighted boat ramp, as well as boat and fishing docks. Electric service, water service and comfort stations with showers are all available.  This park is conveniently located to Sallisaw area attractions and highways.

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  • Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant, Campsites, Credit Cards Accepted, Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Grills, Pets Allowed, Picnic Area, Playground, Pull Thru Sites, Water Hookup, Waterfront Sites

  • Highway Corridors (within 5 mi.): I-40

  • On-site Activities: Boating, Fishing, Watchable Wildlife

Open 24/7 with an on-site fee station for payment.

Campsites: $15

Reserved pavilion: $50

Pavilion day use: $25

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

Located 8 miles N of Sallisaw off Hwy 17 and Maple St.

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From Staff on 04/06/16

Lavelle, there are no mentions of a senior discount on Brushy Lake Park's website, but you are welcome to call the City of Sallisaw for more information. Their phone number is 918-775-6241. Thank you for using!

From lavelle pierce on 03/31/16

what isprices on seniors

From Staff on 07/08/14

Melanie, to our knowledge the campground is still open, but as it isn't state run your best bet is to call 918-775-6507 for more information. Have a great day and thank you for using!

From Melanie on 07/08/14

Is this campground still open?

From Staff on 01/27/14

Lavelle, campsites are $15 per night, and we're not aware of any senior discounts. Please call Brushy Lake Park at 918-775-6507, and they'll be able to tell you for sure. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From lavelle on 01/26/14

what is rates on senior thanks

From Staff on 08/27/12

Melanie - For camping rates and availability in the park, please contact the property directly at 918-775-6507. Thank you for visiting!

From Melanie Zublis on 08/26/12

Does anyone know if there is a discount for monthly rent on a space?

From Staff on 05/29/12

Becky, we called the park and updated this listing with the pricing information. The fee is 15.00 per night. Happy camping and thank you for using

From Becky Asbill on 05/26/12

Can anyone tell me how much it is to camp here in a tent??? I don't see prices anywhere ..

From Staff on 05/21/12

Sheila, for more information about this park, we would suggest that you give them a call at the number above. Thank you for using

From Sheila Hanna on 05/20/12

I just want to book a site for this weekend before they're all gone, there isn't a red email link on this page. When is this park due to close? does it have an offical website showing if they have sites where tents can camp that also have electric?

From John & Debbie Spencer on 04/15/12

We camp here alot.It is very quite and relaxing. Great place to camp.Will be back

From Anonymous on 07/03/11

rumors have come up that Carl Albert will be taking over the lake. What their plans are to do with it are unclear. From the looks of things, it may just become a fishing lake. The best one to contact would be Sallisaw Commerce

From Staff on 06/14/11

Diana, for park inquiries please contact them directly using the phone number or email address above. Have fun at Brushy Lake State Park and thank you for using

From Diana on 06/14/11

does one have to make reservations through New York City???? or can we call direct???

From Bill and teresa moore on 06/04/11

We brought land inside brushy to build our dream house. We wanted to have a place that our children and gramd children could make memories of a great lake and camping

From Joe sharp on 05/06/11

I absolutely hate that there closing brushy lake. I hope the city of sallisaw takes it back over and maintains it in same way that the staff that's there has. Some of my best childhood memories are from out there. I've moved to arkansas and my wife is from Arkansas and both of us have childhood memories from there. We went camping there this spring and found out they were closing it's ashame we won't be able to give our children the childhood memories we had.

From Corene Meredith on 03/21/11

just heard from my sister that the park is going to be closed. Why this one? I don't have a summer memory that does not include Brushy Lake. I still travel a good distance just to camp there. It is the only reason I travel to Oklahoma. I love the whole feel of the place. It is breaking my heart that it is no longer going to be my first camp trip of the year....someone please find a way to keep our favorite little lake open for camping...

From jim benge on 03/10/11

I wonder what the people in ok. city are thinking when they try and do these things, it it totally unjustified. Many many people come here from around the neighboring states, I always camp there every spring and I am from Sallisaw. It is one of the most well kept lake where you can enjoy nature at its best. I commend the staff that has taken care of this lake , mike stan mary , and Mark. It is neat and tidy and very very secure . I also have a nephew that drown there in the past. It is a shame that the politicians take away from the people a place where baptisims and peace of mind come from before they take away things that are less important to people.. This state is making a bad mistake to do this. There is so many memories of so many people that live here to do away with it and the staff that has made it work so well .. thank you Jim Benge

From Ken Wes on 03/07/11

I read that this is one of the parks to be shut down this fall, how can this be? There were two fine new piers built last year, both are handicapped accessible and useful for all ages. Surely the state can keep this little state park open? What a sad thing to start closing state parks.

From Debra Choate on 03/04/11

I have lived in this area and swam in this lake all my life. My grandfather swam across this lake when he was almost 70 years old. It is beautiful, quiet and a great family place.

From Staff on 01/25/11

Penny, we tried to email your information but the address was incorrect. Please contact the park directly for more information about fishing at Brushy Lake State Park. Thank you for using

From PENNY WILLIAMS on 01/25/11

yes in june ,ur free fishing weekend , i have family that comeing down to enjoy ur beutiful park and was wanting to know is can u reserve or is it first come ... and since 2 have the disability cards for half price at eny state park how much would the cost be?

From jon robertson on 11/04/10

Any internet access nearby? ow crowded is it this time of year, I'm looking for a weekend getaway.

From Staff on 08/02/10

Hello Chris, The camp and RV sites are $20 per night and that includes electric and water. We apologize for any inconvenience, we are in the process of posting prices to all of our state park sites. Thank you for your feedback and if you have any other questions, please feel free to call the park directly or you can email them using the red 'email' link at the top of this listing. Have a great time at Brushy Lake State Park.

From Chris on 08/01/10

I cant find anything about cost of sites.

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