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The Illinois River in Tahlequah is a gently-flowing river that can be enjoyed by the entire family.
The Sparrowhawk primitive camping area, located on the banks of the Illinois River along scenic Highway 10 in Tahlequah, displays brilliant crimson fall foliage.
Enjoy a scenic float trip by canoe, kayak, raft or innertube on the Illinois River in northeast Oklahoma.  Several outfitters provide watercraft, transportation services and camping facilities for floaters.
The towering pines of Cherokee Landing State Park provide shade and lend natural beauty to the campgrounds.  Cherokee Landing State Park is located in Park Hill just south of Tahlequah on Lake Tenkiller.
The Illinois River near Tahlequah in northeastern Oklahoma is known for its natural beauty.  Several float trip outfitters, campgrounds, cabins and lodges are available along scenic Highway 10 to help visitors enjoy the area.
Noted for its beauty, the Illinois River is nestled in the heart of the Oklahoma Ozarks with its oak-hickory forest. There is excellent fishing with smallmouth and largemouth bass, channel and flathead catfish, walleye and various sunfishes.
The scenic Illinois River is nestled in the heart of the Oklahoma Ozarks. The upper river is an easy flowing, Class II river with delightful scenery and several stretches of mild rapids for float trips.
Floaters can enjoy 40 miles of interesting and sometimes challenging floating on the Illinois River in northeastern Oklahoma near Tahlequah.  This scenic area offers plenty of campgrounds, canoe and raft outfitters and great fishing.
The Illinois River near Tahlequah is an easy flowing river with delightful scenery and several stretches of mild rapids for float trips.  Several outfitters offer canoe and raft trips on this stretch of the river.
Cherokee Heritage Center is the permanent residence of the Trail of Tears Exhibit. This exhibit depicts the harsh conditions along the Trail of Tears during the forced relocation of the Cherokee Tribe to Indian Territory.
Sam & Ella's Chicken Palace is a trendy eatery in Tahlequah known almost as much for the fact that Carrie Underwood once waited tables there as for their famous pizza pies.
Sam & Ella's Chicken Palace in Tahlequah serves up deliciously unique pizza pies despite the play-on-words name.  The restaurant has also gained notoriety because American Idol winner Carrie Underwood worked there during college.
Rafting makes floating the Illinois River easy and enjoyable.  The Illinois River is known for its scenic beauty and gentle Class II flow.  The rafts are almost impossible to tip, making it a relaxing way to spend the day.
Sit-on-top kayaks, canoes and rafts float Tahlequah's Illinois River in northeastern Oklahoma daily during the summer months.  Several float outfitters and campgrounds can be found along the river banks off Highway 10.
Elephant Rock can be viewed while paddling a kayak on the Illinois River near Tahlequah.
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