Wah-Sha-She State Park is located on the west and east sides of the dam at Lake Hulah. Wah-Sha-She is the name given to this area by Osage Indians and means "the water people."
Fishing, boating, and water skiing are popular featuring 9 lighted boat ramps and 2 loading docks. The park also offers an attractive swimming beach, playground, 3 comfort stations (2 with showers), Turkey Creek Nature Trail, and numerous picnicking and camping facilities.
The park includes 46 semi-modern RV sites with water and electricity, 100 primitive sites, dump station, 115 picnic tables, and 4 group picnic shelters with one enclosed shelter. Campgrounds are always open year round except only 1 comfort station stays open in the winter.
The average price range for a campsite in peak season is $7 for a regular site w/ho hookups to $15 - $22 for an RV site with water & electric hookups. Prices subject to change without notice. Please check with the park for current prices.
Wah-Sha-She park also attracts visitors from Copan Lake as it is located almost equal distance between both Hulah and Copan Lakes. Copan Lake is approximately 10 miles east of the park on Highway 10.
Hours: OPEN YEAR ROUND
Address: 10 miles W of Copan on Hwy 10
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