Sequoyah Bay State Park
***NOTICE*** Due to winterization at Sequoyah Bay State Park, the Attakullakulla campground, Pushmataha campground and group camp will be closed from November 1, 2019 through March 1, 2020. The Hulbutta-Micco comfort station will remain open.
***NOTICE*** August 26, 2019: Due to high water at Sequoyah Bay State Park, the Pushmataha campground is closed. The other campgrounds are open and accepting reservations.
Sequoyah Bay State Park is a paradise for water sports and camping along the 225-mile shoreline of Fort Gibson Lake near Wagoner. Enjoy a variety of water sports on the lake's 19,100 surface acres as you create memories for a lifetime with a stay at Sequoyah Bay State Park. Camping opportunities abound with 71 semi-modern RV sites featuring water and 30- or 50-amp electric hookups and two dump stations. All RV sites are available for advance reservations online. A total of 180 regular tent sites dot the park and a convenient self-service pay station is located at the park office where campers may pay for each campsite. Payment receipts must be placed on the windshield of your vehicle, visible to the park ranger.
The full-service Cypress Cove Marina offers gas, food, ice, bait, tackle, boat rentals, slips, fishing dock and cabin rentals. With all the comforts of modern amenities and beautiful nature right outside the door, the lodge is a perfect place to rent a room at Sequoyah Bay State Park.
Hike a nature trail, take a tour on horseback or visit with a park naturalist at the Nature Center where you can check out interesting displays and live animal exhibits. Other park amenities include three boat ramps, five comfort stations with showers, a swim beach, picnic tables, three playgrounds, a softball/baseball diamond, basketball court, volleyball net set-up, four group shelter picnic facilities with water and electricity. The shelters must be reserved and paid for through the Sequoyah State Park office at 918-772-2046.