Fort Gibson Lake Area
With over 19,000 surface acres and 225 miles of beautiful shoreline to explore, Fort Gibson Lake is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Home to two Oklahoma State Parks – Sequoyah State Park and Sequoyah Bay State Park – visitors will find a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities including fishing, boating, swimming, camping, hiking, watchable wildlife and even horseback riding at the parks. Sequoyah State Park offers a large lodge, cabins, RV campsites and tent campsites while the smaller and quieter Sequoyah Bay State Park features tent and RV camping.
Fort Gibson Lake offers splendid landscapes year-round, but especially during spring and fall when the foliage adds a glorious touch to the surroundings. Anglers prize the lake for its outstanding white and black bass, catfish and crappie fishing while boaters and visitors enjoy the clear waters, boat ramps, swim beach and more. Plan to stay a while and venture into nearby Wagoner, Tahlequah, Fort Gibson or Muskogee to find interesting attractions, unique shopping and delicious dining options. You’re sure to find more to do and see than you have time to fully explore in one visit to the Fort Gibson Lake area.