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Sequoyah Bay State Park
Sequoyah Bay State Park © Sharon Mollerus / CC BY 2.0
Sequoyah Bay State Park © Sharon Mollerus / CC BY 2.0
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6237 East 100th Street North
Wagoner, Oklahoma   74467
(lat:35.8858 lon:-95.2779) map location

Phone: 918-683-0878
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 RV sites with water and 30-amp or 50-amp electric hookups and two dump stations. Tent sites are located throughout the park. All RV and tent campsites must be reserved online.

The full-service Cypress Cove Marina offers gas, food, ice, bait, tackle, boat rentals, slips, fishing dock and cabin rentals.
History of the Area
Located in Oklahoma, this park was established in 1955. Named after Sequoyah, a Cherokee scholar who developed the written language of his tribe. The area covers over 303 acres and is known for its recreational activities such as camping, fishing and boating on Fort Gibson Lake's shoreline. It also offers cabins to rent year-round with modern amenities.

Sequoyah Bay State Park is located near Muskogee, Tahlequah and Wagoner
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The shelters must be reserved and paid for through the Sequoyah State Park office.
1. Lakeshore Trail: This is a 2-mile trail that runs along the shoreline of Fort Gibson Lake, offering beautiful views of the water and surrounding landscape.

2. Deer Run Nature Trail: A short but scenic half mile loop through dense forested areas; it's perfect for spotting local wildlife like deer or birds.

3. Sequoyah Bay Loop: At approximately 4 miles in length, this trail takes hikers around much of the park's bay area with opportunities to see various bird species and aquatic life.

4. Bluebird Cove Walking Path: An easy one-third mile path ideal for families with young children or those seeking a leisurely stroll amidst nature; offers great sightings of bluebirds during certain seasons.

5. Osage Prairie RV Park Trails: These are several small trails totaling about two miles within an adjacent campground which provide pleasant walks among trees and grasslands.

6. Campground Loops: Not officially marked as hiking trails, these loops offer additional walking options throughout different campgrounds across Sequoyah Bay State Park - lengths vary depending on chosen route.

7. Picnic Area Paths: Short paths connecting picnic spots scattered throughout the park providing visitors quick access from their parked vehicles - distances range between few hundred yards up to quarter-mile long sections each way.

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