Wildwood is located on the east side of Fort Gibson Lake in northeastern Oklahoma. Most of the campsites back up to the water’s edge and offer easy access to moor boats overnight. The campsites are well laid out and offer plenty of space for camping equipment.
Wildwood is a prime location for camping, boating, fishing and swimming. Playground equipment, horseshoe pit and grass volleyball court offer a change of pace from the normal water related activities. The park offers a boat ramp and courtesy dock. Anglers enjoy fishing for bass, crappie and several varieties of catfish.
Wildwood is surrounded by a mixed hardwood forest and offers a popular scenic drive along State Highway 80 North. Take your time and enjoy the many twists and turns as you meander through the wooded hills. The lake’s 225 miles of shoreline and thousands of acres of public hunting lands are abundant with wildlife.
From Muskogee, OK travel north on State Highway 16 for 6 miles to the town of Okay, OK. Continue straight on State Highway 251A and travel northeast for approximately 6 miles. On the east side of the Fort Gibson dam, turn left on State Highway 80 North and travel approximately 2 miles through the community of Norwood. Turn left to continue on State Highway 80 North and travel 6 miles. The campground will be on the left hand side of the road.