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Council Hill, Oklahoma Campgrounds and RV Parks

Back in the 1840’s the area now called Council Hill was a place for the Creek Nation to meet, before they were forcibly relocated, but many consider this location to be their original capital city of sorts. The Creek Indians would generate smoke signals from here to communicate with other members of their tribe scattered throughout this part of Oklahoma. The RV parks in Council Hill, Oklahoma are located south of town near where the Canadian River widens into a lake and eventually merges with the Arkansas River further south. There are dozens of RV resorts and basic campgrounds spread throughout the region, but the Council Hill RV sites are among the most popular for folks who are travelling along Interstate 40. The area is home to the Oklahoma Blues Hall of Fame, the Eufaula Dam, and Lake Eufaula State Park, which is a popular area for making camp and for doing a little boating and fishing. Further south, Arrowhead State Park is another spot perfect for spending a day or weekend by the water. Robbers Cave State Park has miles of hiking trails, spots for fishing and swimming, and even a nature center.