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Fort Gibson Dam

Surrounded by high bluffs, with the expansive lake on one side and rushing river on the other, the massive structure of Fort Gibson Dam is impressive. Observation areas provide excellent views. The dam is located on the Grand (or Neosho)

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Tenkiller Hunting

Hunting opportunities are abundant around Tenkiller. This area is ranked 2nd in Oklahoma for number of deer taken during deer season. Project lands are open for public hunting, except for developed recreational areas and lands in the vicinity of the dam and other project structures. Approximately 2

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Keystone State Park

Three different campground areas open year round provide over 150 campsites from primitive camping to full electric, water and sewer hookups, 40 full hookups, 10

, OK State Parks

Okmulgee/Dripping Springs State Park

Okmulgee/Dripping Springs State Park includes 2 lakes: Okmulgee with 672 acres and Dripping Springs with 1050 acres, and 2 camping areas. The area was part of a shallow, muddy inland sea 200 to 350

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Lake Eufaula State Park

Lake Eufaula State Park (formerly, Fountainhead) is located on the western shoreline midway between Chectoah and Eufaula on Oklahoma's largest man made lake, Lake Eufaula.

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Cherokee Queen I & II

Cherokee Queen I has been one of Grand Lake's most popular and unique attractions sinceshewas assembled and launched in 1945. Over the years, her original charm and character have been enhanced so thqtshe really is reminiscent of the heyday of riverboats on the mississippi. This twin-decked, 67'

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Fountainhead Golf Course

Fountainhead Golf Course is one of Oklahoma's nine state park golf courses. Tight undulating fairways, large sloping greens and sand bunkers characterize Fountainhead - a test of ability for any golfer. Fountainhead'

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Fort Gibson Lake Corps Campgrounds

Campers and picnickers will find 21 park areas managed by the Corps of Engineers, and two parks managed by the State of Oklahoma. The parks have campsites, picnic areas, drinking water, restrooms, & boat launching ramps. Some campsites have electricity, showers, RV hook-ups, and dump stations. <

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Wah-Sha-She State Park

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

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Cherokee State Park

Cherokee State Park is located in northeastern Oklahoma on the shores of Grand Lake O' the Cherokees. Grand Lake is one of Oklahoma's largest lakes with over 59,000 surface acres and 1,300 miles of shoreline. Grand Lake's Pensacola Dam was constructed in 1940

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Keystone Lake Cabins

Keystone Lake State Park cabins typically range from the $80's to $180+ dollars a night. As a suggestion you might also check out Bears Glen Cabins at www.bearsglencabins.com Within Keystone State Park are 21 Cabins (with fireplace) - Cabins range from 1 bedroom for 4

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