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Wah-Sha-She State Park

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Wah-Sha-She State Park is located in northeastern Oklahoma in Osage County 15 miles north of Bartlesville on the eastern shores of Lake Hulah along SR 10 west of U.S. Hwy 75.

The 266-acre park features 3,600-acre Lake Hulah, 4,850-acre Copan Lake (about 5 miles east), 158 campsites (some with hookups), 115 picnic tables, boating, water skiing, fishing and Turkey Creek Nature Trail. Species include bullhead catfish, channel cat, crappie, largemouth bass and white bass. Wheelchair accessible.

In addition, there are 8,900 acres available to hunters with 2,000 acres set up for bird watching.

Location: Route 1, Box 301, Hulah Oklahoma 74022 Telephone 918-532-4627

Other Oklahoma State Parks nearby:
(Pawhuska) Osage Hills State Park
(Hulah) Wah-Sha-She State Park

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