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DISNEY/LITTLE BLUE STATE PARK
DISNEY/LITTLE BLUE STATE PARK
Hwy 28 E
Disney, Oklahoma   74340

Phone: 918-435-8066
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Disney State Park is located by the flood gates of the Pensacola Dam. This park is a popular site for bass fishing and watersports, and offers picnic areas, lighted boat ramp, group picnic shelter, playground, and tent camping sites.
History of the Area
Located in northeastern Oklahoma, the park was established in 1955. It's named after nearby towns Disney and Little Blue.

The area is known for its limestone cliffs and scenic beauty along Grand Lake O' The Cherokees.

In addition to natural attractions, it offers recreational activities like camping, fishing, boating and hiking trails.

Despite being a popular destination over decades of operation, budget cuts led to its closure by the state government in 2011.

Since then local efforts have been made towards reopening this beloved site but no definitive plans are yet confirmed.


Location
Disney/Little Blue State Park is located near Grove, Pryor and Vinita

Trails
1. 0 Disney/Little Blue Area Trail: This is a 4-mile loop trail that offers scenic views and wildlife sightings, suitable for all skill levels.

2. 0 Little Blue-Disney State Park Loop: A moderate difficulty level hike of approximately 3 miles long with beautiful lake views.

3. 0 South Shoreline Pathway: An easy walking path along the shoreline stretching about 2 miles, perfect for bird watching or fishing opportunities.

4. 0 North Ridge Hiking Route: Roughly a mile in length, this route provides panoramic vistas from atop the ridge overlooking Grand Lake O' The Cherokees.

5. 0 East End Explorer Track: Approximately two-and-a-half-miles-long track offering an array of wildflowers during springtime and early summer months.

6. West Side Wanderer's Way: About three-quarters-of-a-mile walk featuring wooded areas ideal for spotting local fauna such as deer and squirrels.

7. Dam Viewpoint Walkway: Short half-mile stroll leading to an impressive view over Pensacola Dam; it also features several picnic spots en-route making it family-friendly option.

8. Lakeside Leisure Lane: At just under one mile, this gentle pathway follows close to shore providing serene water scenes throughout its course.

9. Sunset Stroll Spot: Half-Mile nature trail best enjoyed at dusk when you can witness stunning sunsets across the park landscape.

10. Wildlife Watchers' Winding Road: Two Miles trek through diverse habitats where hikers may spot various species including birds, butterflies, rabbits etc., particularly good choice if hiking with children interested in animals or photography enthusiasts looking out for unique shots.
Area Attractions
Features/Facilities: Pets Allowed ? 32 Park Acres ? 46,300-Acre Grand Lake ? 80 Campsites ? Boating ? Water Skiing ? Fishing ? Playground

Nearby: Cherokee State Park ? Grand Cherokee Golf Course ? Pensacola Dam

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Area Campgrounds
Water's Edge RV and Cabin Resort
East 355 Road
Vinita, OK
918-782-1444
Grand Country Lakeside RV Park
55015 East 270 Road
Afton, OK
918-257-1959
Cabin R.V. Park
1 mile South I-44 exit on Hwy 69
Big Cabin, OK
Nearby Hotels
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Directions
Directions: 2 blocks E of Disney on Hwy 28.

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