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Five miles W on Five miles W on [i-40], four miles S on Dwight Mission Rd. Open year round.

Eleven pull-throughs, 28 primitive sites, restrooms, sanitary dump station, outdoor grills, picnic areas, boat ramps, pavilion. CODE left

Five miles W on [i-40], four miles S on Dwight Mission Rd. Open year round.

Eleven pull-throughs, 28 primitive sites, restrooms, sanitary dump station, outdoor grills, picnic areas, boat ramps, pavilion.

Location: Sallisaw Oklahoma Telephone 918-456-0671 Toll Free: 800-256-0671

Other Central Oklahoma Campgrounds nearby:
(Sallisaw) Cowlington Point
(Checotah) Holiday Cove
(Sallisaw) KOA--Sallislaw
(Checotah) KOA-Checotah/Henryetta
(Sallisaw) Robert S. Kerr Lake
(Sallisaw) Sallislaw Creek Public Use Area

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