The Lodge at Sequoyah State Park
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 45 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.
A discount (currently 15%) may be given to senior and disabled visitors on the established nightly rate per cabin or lodge room Sunday-Thursday nights only, excluding holidays. Some restrictions may apply.
Senior discounts are also offered on other recreational features.
For more information on senior and disabled discounts, please click ’Senior Citizen & Physically Challenged Visitor Opportunities’ under Maps & Resources located below. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the pricing listed above, prices are subject to change without notice.
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