Sallisaw / Fort Smith West KOA

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Trailers for all types of towing vehicles, including SUVs and pickups.

Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

Utility Trailer

All other types of towable trailers.

All drivables

Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.


All other types of drivable vehicles.


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If you’re coming from Tulsa or Oklahoma City, you’ll only be two to three hours’ drive from Sallisaw / Fort Smith West KOA, where camping and comfort go hand in hand. Level, shaded sites of up to 85’ long await Sallisaw campers when they arrive at the site where amenities, activities, and entertainment options abound.

Explore acres of nature trails, cast a line in the catch-and-release pond, or take advantage of the many recreational facilities located near the pool (open May to September) and playground. There are basketball and volleyball courts, horseshoes pits, and tetherball. In the mood to try box hockey or curious about how to play ga-ga? You’ll find out how in the campground. The jump pad also proves to be popular among kids (and kids at heart). And pets will surely love crossing a small creek to reach the Kamp K9 dog park.

After a busy day, soak in the hot tub to soothe tired muscles. The laundry facilities are located next to the bathrooms and showers. If you need supplies, the store is adjacent. You can also buy propane and firewood in the campground, and grab a bite to eat at the snack bar. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are available, so you don’t have to completely unplug while on vacation. And if you want a more active stay in this RV park, the kayak and bike rentals on offer should whet your appetite for more adventure.

The sites available are as varied as the amenities and entertainment facilities offered by the campground. Whether you’re looking for a full hookup or water/electric only site with 30/20 amp or 50/30 amp service, or full hookup spots that come with a deluxe patio and 50/30 amp service, you’re bound to find a suitable site here for your rental RV. Will an electric-only site do? Then take your campervan rental here and make the most of the amenities.

For added luxury, some deluxe patio sites come with a gas grill and outdoor furniture on a large deck, and a fire pit. Sallisaw / Fort Smith West KOA is a nice place to come home to at the end of the day when you’ve had your fill of adventure at Ozark National Forest some 90 minutes’ drive from town. Book an RV in Sequoyah County today and start planning your Oklahoma journey.

The Great Outdoors

When you rent a camper near Sallisaw / Fort Smith West KOA, one of the closest outdoor destinations is Kerr Lake. Sink a line for blue and flathead catfish, crappie, and striped bass, or launch a boat above the dam up to seven miles upstream. If you came for wildlife, watch out for white-tailed deer, raccoons, and several species of waterfowl that call the lake and its surrounding area home.

The ear-splitting honking of up to 20,000 snow geese, the largest concentration in Oklahoma, can be heard at the Sequoyah National Wildlife Refuge in November and December. Tucked in the rolling hills of the Ozark Mountains, the refuge marks where the Arkansas and the Canadian Rivers meet, creating a haven for wintering waterfowl and 250 other species of birds. Explore Sequoyah on a seven-mile auto tour or on foot following two one-mile paved walking trails. Late January is best for raptor watching.

Not far away in Spiro, let your imagination carry you back in time to when an area by the elbow of the Arkansas River was the stronghold of prehistoric Mississippian societies that left a dozen earthen mounds before their population declined and dispersed. Retrace the history of this place – considered by some as the "King Tut's tomb" of the ancient US – along nearly two miles of interpreted trails, or join an archaeologist-led tour to better understand the significance of this site.

Exploring the City

Sallisaw was once the home of the great Sequoyah, a Cherokee Indian who created the written alphabet of the Cherokee Nation, thus increasing literacy among his people. Pay homage to this remarkable scholar at Sequoyah's Cabin, a one-room log cabin built in 1829 that displays relics and documents associated with his life. Set in a lush 10-acre park, the museum is designated as a National Historic Landmark.

Fourteen nations once occupied Oklahoma, and the influences of the peoples who settled the land can be seen at the 14 Flags Museum near the railroad tracks in the downtown area. Three cabins and a train depot make up the museum: the hand-cut log cabin built by Samuel Lattimore in 1835; the Faulkner Cabin built in the 1840s; the cabin containing artifacts from the Trail of Tears (a series of Native American relocations to Oklahoma); and the Old Sallisaw Train Depot that left a huge impact on the life of the town and state.

Motorhome camping in Sallisaw is made easy because there are a truck stop and more than a dozen gas stations, and about the same number of grocery and convenience stores, that can supply your needs before leaving for a trip out of town. When camping at Sallisaw / Fort Smith West KOA, you’ll just be half an hour's drive away from Fort Smith National Historic Site, a 200-year-old institution where soldiers from the Mexican War and the Civil War drilled, and where outlaws of the Wild West were executed.

In the fort grounds, follow the Arkansas River and read the exhibit panels to learn more about the Trail of Tears. Retrace the steps of the condemned on their way to the gallows. If you have enough time, linger at Belle Point for dramatic sunsets.

There’s plenty more to be discovered on your journeys around eastern Oklahoma if you just go. So wait no more and book an RV rental in Sallisaw, Oklahoma today and start creating wonderful memories. Remember, when in Oklahoma, you’re sure to “Travel OK.”

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