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If you are looking for an RV campground nestled by a lake and with beautiful surrounding nature, you should check out Horseshoe Inn and Campground. In Adair, Oklahoma, it is only about 40 minutes' drive from Claremore, and about an hour's drive from Tulsa and Broken Arrow. There are many beautiful natural areas close by, including forests, lakes, and rivers.
The campsites at Horseshoe Inn and Campground offer full hookups, and there are also cabins, tent camping sites, and a camp store. Here you will also have a nice view of the lake, as well as easy access to the water, where you can enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing. The campground also has a playground, a swimming pool, a picnic pavilion, and an outdoor kitchen. There are clean restrooms and showers, a laundry room, storm shelter, WiFi, and cell signal. There is also a grill area where you can prepare a barbecue for your travel crew.
When RV camping at Horseshoe Inn and Campground, there are lots of activities to enjoy. The campground has a boat ramp. If you like fishing, this is just a place for you, with plenty of largemouth bass, channel catfish, black crappie, white crappie, bluegill, and other species in the lake. Other activities available here include biking, hiking, nature exploring, bird watching, and more. You can also play volleyball on the sports courts or go swimming.
Spavinaw Hills State Game Refuge is approximately 40 minutes' drive east of the RV campground, located between Spavinaw Lake and Lake Eucha. The terrain is mixed with wooded areas, hills, prairie, and wetlands. It is a wonderful place for exploring nature, wildlife watching, hiking, or biking. The area is a popular hunting and fishing location in this part of Oklahoma, with many fish and animal species living here. Some of the game animals you can find here are quail, deer, turkey, rabbit, and duck. Non-game animals you can see here include bats, bald eagles, and other birds.
Cherokee Area at Grand Lake State Park is one of four state parks surrounding Grand Lake O’ the Cherokees. This beautiful natural park is located close to the dam and has many amenities you can use, including a campground. There is a beach perfect for swimming, launching boats, and fishing, and also picnicking area, hiking and biking trails, and so much more. This park is also near a golf course. Other outdoor activities you can enjoy here include wildlife watching, ATV riding, and nature exploring.
Sequoyah Bay State Park is located about an hour's drive south of the campsites at Horseshoe Inn and Campground. On the shore of Fort Gibson Lake, it's one of the best areas for water sports in this part of Oklahoma. The 19,000-acre lake offers opportunities for boating, fishing, water skiing, swimming, and more. On the shore, you will find a nice swimming beach, a campground, forests, and hiking trails. There is a nature center in the park as well, where you can see exhibits and go on guided tours. Other activities here are bird watching, wildlife watching, horseback riding, and ATV riding.
With an RV rental in Mayes County, you can visit many interesting attractions, including Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park. The large totem pole, which is the most famous artwork in this park, was restored in the 1990s, and you can see it in Totem Pole Park along with some other artworks. Nathan Edward Galloway was an artist born in the 1880s and intended to make a monument dedicated to Native Americans with the development of this park. The large totem pole is considered to be one of the largest in the world. The pole rises from the back of a turtle and has paintings that represent Native American ancestors. In the museum, you will see more of his artworks, and you can also visit an interesting gift shop located in the park.
If you like literature, the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry is a place for you to see. At this unusual museum, instead of artifacts, you can enjoy poetry reading and temporary poetry exhibitions. Here you can join events, organized activities, workshops, and much more. Win a poetry challenge, enter a contest, or enjoy a poetry night.
Only about half an hour's drive north of the RV campground on the shore of Big Cabin Creek, you will find a monument marking the site of battles fought during the Civil War. Cabin Creek Battlefield has seen two significant battles and is near the town of Big Cabin. The battlefield area is preserved today, and you can visit this beautiful park for an afternoon walk and read about the historical events that happened here.