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Greenleaf Lake State Park
Greenleaf Lake State Park © Mike McDonald
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3 miles S of Braggs on Hwy 10 S
Braggs, Oklahoma   74423

Phone: 918-487-5196
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Greenleaf State Park is one of Oklahoma's original seven state parks and one of its most scenic and family-oriented. The lake cabins and other facilities at Greenleaf State Park were built in the 1930s by the CCC, WPA, and German prisoners-of-war. The original buildings, constructed of native stone, remain a lasting and beautiful tribute to those who built them. The park has 14 cabins with bathroom, kitchen, heat & air, dishes, and linens. The cabins are 350 square feet in size. The park also has the "Cabin on the Lake," which is a handicapped accessible cabin designed to meet the challenges of the physically disabled. In addition, the park features RV Campgrounds (some with 50 amp service), tent campsites, community building, pavilion, enclosed shelter, seasonal grill, miniature golf, a laundry center and arcade room. Guests will also enjoy the swimming pool, swim beach, heated fishing dock, amphitheater, nature center, reunion center, playgrounds, hiking trails, horseshoes, volleyball court, and basketball courts. The park naturalist offers astronomy programs, campfire programs, party barge tours of Greenleaf Lake, and hay wagon rides as well as arts & crafts, storytelling, nature hikes, mountain biking, and more. No jet skis or wave runners are allowed on Greenleaf Lake. A children's pond has been stocked with rainbow trout for winter visitors. Children 16 and under can catch their limit of three fish per day with no charge and no permit required. The park also offers activities such as wildlife viewing, holiday events, swimming, camping, and boating on Lake Greenleaf.
Fishing: Largemouth Bass ? Crappie ? Sunfish ? Channel Catfish

Greenleaf Lake State Park is located near Muskogee, Broken Arrow

Area Attractions
Features/Facilities: Bicycle Rental ? Canoe Rental ? Credit Cards Accepted ? Fishing Boat Rental ? Kitchen ? Lake/River View ? Meeting Room ? Outdoor Swimming Pool ? Pets Allowed ? Pontoon Rental ? Senior Discount ? 565 Park Acres ? 930-Acre Lake Greenleaf ? 15 Cabins (some with fireplace) ? 5 Camping Areas, 178 Campsites ? Assigned Campground ? Community Building ? Nature Center ? Year-round Naturalist and Recreational Programming ? Boating ? Heated Fishing Dock ? Paddleboating ? Mini-golf ? Marina (boat rentals) ? Fully Accessible Cabin ? Amphitheater ? Kids Fishing Pond (stocked with trout during winter season) ? Game Room ? Picnic Shelters ? Enclosed Shelter ? Low Ropes Course ? TV/VCR Rentals ? Hayrides and Campfire Programs ? Playgrounds ? Park Ranger Security ? Handicap accessible units available ? Seasonal Grill ? Hiking & Biking Trails ? Laundry Center ? Swimming Pool ? Swim Beach

Nearby: Ft. Gibson Stockade, Fort Gibson ? Five Civilized Tribes Museum, Muskogee ? Muskogee War Memorial Park & U.S.S. Batfish Submarine, Muskogee ? Thomas-Foreman House, Muskogee ? Honor Heights Park, Muskogee ? Three Rivers Museum, Muskogee ? Tenkiller State Park, Vian

Visitor Comments, Memories and Reviews
April 22 We had a great experience at Greenleaf by Nancy McWherter
park review stars; one to five The camp host was extra helpful. I had a flat on Sunday morning and he was very kind to help get it fixed and I was back on the road in a short time.
February 20 Loved this park since our honeymoon1969 by Marge & Phil Sager
park review stars; one to five Such a beautiful park especially in the spring & fall !!!
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Marval Camping Resort
Route 3 Box 60
Gore, OK
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Directions: From I-40, Exit 287 (Gore/Webbers Falls), travel 12 miles following Hwy 100 to Hwy 10, then Hwy 10 N to park.

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