Brushy Lake State Park

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Brushy Lake State Park
Hwy 17 & Maple St.
Sallisaw, OK 74955
Park Office: 918-775-6241

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Brushy Lake State Park, Oklahoma


 Located near Sallisaw, Brushy Lake is a treasure in the Cookson Hills that would be perfect for a family reunion or get-together.

 Brushy Lake Park is now owned and operated by the City of Sallisaw. "Located in the scenic wooded Cookson Hills of eastern Oklahoma, Brushy Lake Park offers a quiet secluded recreation destination offering camping, fishing and boating."

Payment of Camp Fees at Brushy Lake Park:
A new way to pay camping fees has been installed at Brushy Lake Park and is now operational. The fee station can be found at the entrance to the park next to the maintenance building (look for the flag pole).

 We really enjoyed this little lake and kids love the playground area. The park is almost hidden so we had to ask for directions, once we found it though it was well worth the trip.

 The RV sites were level and most were shaded and situated like a peninsula with almost every site having a great location. A nice walk-out fishing dock is located close to the campground and it looked like the fishermen were having good luck when we visited.

 While visiting Brushy Lake area check out Sequoyah's Cabin, this is a cannot miss! Sequoyah invented the Cherokee Alphabet and the museum director is extremely friendly and can teach you all about its fascinating history.

Directions to Brushy Lake State Park: Located 8 miles N of Sallisaw off Hwy 17 and Maple St.

 A short trip to Spiro, Oklahoma is the Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center one of our states most significant historical finds. More Spiro Mound History.

Dwight Mission

Sallisaw Tourism Video

City of Sallisaw Website

Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce Website

Nearby: Robert S. Kerr Lake