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Cherokee Landing State Park is located in eastern Oklahoma in Cherokee County south of Tahlequah ten miles south of the junction of U.S. Highway 62 and SR 82.

The 150-acre park features the 12,500-acre Lake Tenkiller, 150 campsites with assigned campground, swimming beach, boating, water skiing, fishing, softball and a playground.

Location: HC 73, Box 510, 28610 Park 20, Park Hill Oklahoma 74451 Telephone 918-457-5716

Other Oklahoma State Parks nearby:
(Stilwell) Adair State Park
(Sallisaw) Brushy Creek State Park
(Park Hill) Cherokee Landing State Park
(Braggs) Greenleaf State Park
(Checotah) Lake Eufala State Park
(Vian) Lake Tenkiller State Park

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