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Wewoka Lake


category : Recreation
Wewoka Lake Wewoka Lake is open all year and provides a host of water activities, including water skiing, boating, sailing, fishing, and swimming.

The lake as a surface area of 500 acres and is surrounded by a beautiful 10 acre park Camp sites with electric hookups are provided in the park area and the recreation area provides picnic tables and grills. A nominal camping fee is charged.


Address: 2 miles north, 3 miles west
Phone: 405 257-5485

Come visit us in Wewoka, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Outdoor Murals

"Wewoka Switch" - artist, Kenneth & Edwana Gayler Located between 3rd and 4

Wewoka, OK Arts

Seminole Tribal Complex

The Seminoles are a very proud people, devoted to their heritage and traditions. They believe strongly in their culture, which is displayed in many ways, including Stomp Dances Art, Storytelling, Music, and the devotion to their loved ones who pass on.

Wewoka, OK Ethnic Heritage

Whipping Tree

Standing on the lawn of the present day Seminole County Court House is the Whipping Tree where the Seminoles punished their criminals prior to 1907.

Wewoka, OK Ethnic Heritage

Seminole Nation Museum

Founded in 1974 by the citizens of Wewoka, the Seminole Nation Museum documents the history and culture of the Seminole Indian Nation, the Freedmen, and the early Oklahoma Pioneers since 1849.

Wewoka, OK Museums

Wewoka Library

One of the most beautiful small libraries of Oklahoma belongs to Wewoka. Founded in 1929, its architecture is reminiscent of New England. It has been recently renovated, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Wewoka, OK Historic Buildings

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