Northeastern Oklahoma is lake country, pure and simple. There are plenty of reasons to visit this part of the state—the phenomenal cities, tallgrass prairies and wildlife preserves are just a few of them—but lakeside fun and relaxation is far and away the area’s biggest draw. We profiled the popular Grand Lake O' the Cherokees in our overview of Oklahoma's top lakes, but there are so many more fantastic lakes to be found in the region. Since it can be hard to figure out what lake is perfect for your next getaway, we’ve made it easier by overviewing some of the region’s top lakes and highlighting their most unique attractions. If you’re not already planning your next Green Country lakeside getaway, this rundown might be just the inspiration you need.Learn More
The Indian Lodge in Wagoner is located in a peaceful, wooded area close to restaurants and offers carports, a pool, cable TV, kitchenettes, pond stocked with catfish and bass for fishing, outdoor plug-ins for trolling motors are available. Guests also have charcoal grills and picnic tables behind every cabin. The on-site playground at the Indian Lodge includes ping pong tables, badminton, horseshoes, volleyball and a sandbox. The Indian Lodge is just 2,000 feet from the western shore of Lake Fort Gibson.