Sequoyah Bay State Park is a paradise for water sports and camping. It is located on the shores of Fort Gibson Lake, offering 19,100 surface acres and 225 miles of shoreline. A variety of water sports are available and camping is plentiful. The park features 77 semi-modern RV sites with water and electric hook-ups, 48 semi-modern RV sites designated for groups, two dump stations and 113 regular tent sites. 30 and 50 amp service is available. Amenities include three boat ramps, five comfort stations with showers, a swimming beach, picnic tables, three playgrounds, a softball/baseball diamond, basketball court, volleyball net set-up, nature trail, four group shelter picnic facilities with water and electricity and a park office for reservations, rentals and firewood. Also visit the Sequoyah Bay Marina, a full-service marina featuring gas, food, ice, bait, tackle, boat rentals, slips, fishing dock and cabin rentals.

Loved this one! Fun and a little different. There is several other trails out there, I did one that was like 3.8 miles.

I guess the people who are complaining about having to trail find aren't very adventurous. after the first few miles, it's a little hard to find the trail. I had fun trying to figure out where I was. really pretty scenery.

The trailhead was clearly marked and quite pleasant. As we got closer to the lake, the obvious trail went away and the timbers piles began. If I recall correctly, this area received a ton of rain this past summer and the lake was up higher than ever before. The timber piles were the result of the flooding and made navigation pretty difficult. We ran into the same thing on the yellow trail. I am confident that this trail would have been awesome had the flooding not occurred, but I was left underwhelmed.

The trailhead is marked, that's about the last marking you'll see. Large parts of the trail are overgrown or just gone.