Sequoyah State Park RV & Campground Guide


Sequoyah State Park is an Oklahoma recreational area covering the entire 2,200 acres of a peninsula that juts into Fort Gibson Lake. The 19,900-acre lake provides some of the best fishing opportunities in Oklahoma. Nestled in eastern Oklahoma's hills, the lake and park present a spring wonderland of blossoms from redbud, sand plum, and dogwood trees that pepper the surrounding forests. The hickory, oak, red maple, black gum, and woodbine set the hillsides afire with their glory in the fall. From the peninsula, visitors have a ringside seat to the changing seasons. Located near the small community of Wagoner, OK, the park draws visitors from several local towns and more distant communities like and Tulsa, OK, and Fayetteville, AR.

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Spring 41-80 F
Summer 68-93 F
Fall 40-85 F
Winter 29-55 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Sequoyah State Park

Camping in an RV ensures that you have a roof over your head for the night while staying in places like Sequoyah State Park. Modern improvements in RV shower technology, satellite dish hookups, and waste tank technology make an RV into a traveling home. To find an RV rental near Sequoyah State Park, check out RVshare.

Sequoyah State Park Campgrounds

There are 479 RV campsites divided into two campgrounds at Sequoyah State Park. Each campground provides a dump station. The drive from the park entrance to the campgrounds is lined by short-leaf pine, giving you a hint of what is to come. Restrooms with flush toilets and bathhouses with hot showers are dispersed throughout each campground. Recreational trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding wander along the park's shoreline. A nine-hole golf course sits on the peninsula within the park's boundaries. A camp store offers the essentials and houses a café and snack bar. Two boat ramps provide plenty of access to the lake.

  • Water Hookup: Yes

  • Electric Hookup: 30/50 amps

  • Sewer Hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi Available: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Fee: $21 to $40 per night

Country View RV Park

Located three miles south of Wagoner is Country View RV Park. It offers 38 RV campsites with pull-through capability. All the sites offer full hookups, with another five "overflow" sites only providing electric and water service. The park provides restrooms with flush toilets and warm showers. An ADA shower stall is available for qualifying guests. A well-stocked fishing pond is available for the avid angler. Many guests gather around the horseshoe pits and volleyball courts to visit their neighbors in the evening hours. A coin-operated laundry facility is available for the use of park guests.

  • Water Hookup: Yes

  • Electric Hookup: 30/50 amp

  • Sewer Hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi Available: Yes

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Fee: $21 to $40 per night

Rocky Point Campground

Located in Oklahoma City, Rocky Point Campground offers 59 RV campsites, each with a fire ring and picnic table and some with barbeque pits. The campground provides an additional three camps with no hookups. Restrooms with flush toilets are available in central locations within the park. Warm showers are located in the center of the campground. Vault toilets and picnic tables are spaced along hiking and biking trails. The park provides a dump station near the entrance. The main attraction of the park is its access to Fort Gibson Lake and its excellent fishing opportunities. A boat ramp lets visitors launch their craft onto the lake. With its location at the head of the lake, many anglers believe that the best fishing for black bass, white bass, crappie, and several catfish varieties exists in the waters around this park. A protected swimming beach adds a bit of comfort during hot summer days. During specific dates, hunting is allowed on and near the campground.

  • Water Hookup: Yes

  • Electric Hookup: 30/50

  • Sewer Hookup: Yes

  • Wi-Fi Available: No

  • Pet-friendly: Yes

  • Fee: $14 to $22 per night

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Sequoyah State Park

Inside Sequoyah State Park

The main attraction of Sequoyah State Park is Fort Gibson Lake. Fishing, water skiing, boating, kayaking, and canoeing activities draw visitors from several states into the park. Two protected swimming beaches on the peninsula shore are available for guests. Another attraction is the lake's incredible views and the surrounding hills that seem to change personalities with the seasons. Over 19 miles of hiking trails are available for the intrepid hikers, mountain bikers, and wildlife watchers that camp here. 

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How to Get to
Sequoyah State Park

The nearest community to Sequoyah State Park is Wagoner, OK. To get to the park from Wagoner, get on Oklahoma Highway 51 and travel for eight miles. Turn right onto Park 10 Road and drive 1.5 miles. The park entrance is on the right.

To approach Wagoner from Tulsa, get on Interstate 44 East (I-44 E) and travel for 0.4 miles. Take Exit 231 toward United States Highway 64 East (US-64 E). Stay on US-64 E for 5.2 miles and merge with Oklahoma Highway 52 (OK-51) and go for 3.8 miles until the OK-51 becomes Oklahoma Highway 351 East (OK-351 E). Drive OK-351 E for 11.6 miles and then take the right ramp toward Cash and turn left onto OK-51. Continue driving on OK-51 for 12.3 miles into Wagoner and then follow the directions above to reach the park entrance.

Visitors from Fayetteville, AR, take Interstate 49 North (I-49 N) for 4.9 miles and then take the right ramp toward United States Highway 412 West (US-412 W). Stay on US-412 W for 23.2 miles and merge with United States Highway 59 (US-59). Go for 7.6 miles and keep right to get back on US-412 W. Drive on US-412 W for 36.9 miles and then take the left ramp onto CR NS413. Travel for 0.4 miles and turn right onto East Admiral. After driving East Admiral for 0.5 miles, turn right onto United States Highway 69 South (US-69 S) and travel for 14.7 miles into Wagoner. Follow the instructions above to reach the park from Wagoner.

Entering Sequoyah State Park

Sequoyah State Park is a day-use area that is open 24-hours per day.

Sequoyah State Park Entry fee for vehicles with Oklahoma license plates : $8.0

Sequoyah State Park Entry fees for vehicles with non-Oklahoma license plates : $10.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Sequoyah State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Sequoyah State Park?

Summer is the best time to visit Sequoyah State Park. Fort Gibson Lake is a wonderful place to cool off by swimming, and there is usually a gentle breeze. It is also a terrific time for a game on the golf course.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Sequoyah State Park?

There are three campgrounds at Sequoyah State Park. Choctaw and Seminole campgrounds offer full hookups while only electric hookups are in Cherokee Campground. Many of the campsites have concrete pads.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Sequoyah State Park?

Hogs, quail, and deer are common at Sequoyah State Park. There are many large and small mammals seen at this park, including thirteen-lined ground squirrels, striped skunks, evening bats, bobcats, red foxes, and white-tailed deer.

Are pets allowed at Sequoyah State Park?

Pets are allowed at Sequoyah State Park if they are on a leash that is 6 feet or shorter. Pets are not allowed in the nature center because they pose a risk to the animals living there.

Is Sequoyah State Park accessible for disabled visitors?

There is at least one ADA-compliant RV site at each campground, and the shower houses in each campground are accessible. The visitors center, marina, and nature center are wheelchair accessible.