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Sallisaw, OK
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    8568 Highway 251-A
    Fort Gibson, OK 74434
    Phone: (918) 682-4314

See the Arkansas River - Chouteau Lock and Dam website for additional information. Primary recreational opportunities are listed below.

Directions & Lake History/Factoid
Directions: Directions to Afton Landing: From Muskogee, Travel north on US-69 toward Wagoner for approximately 13 miles. Turn right on OK-51 W and travel west for approximately 5 miles. Turn left on E. 731 Road and travel west for approximately .3 mile. Turn left on S. 221 Rd. and travel south for .5 mile to park entrance.

Lake History

Factoid: Chouteau Lock and Dam 17 was primarily constructed for the improvement of the Arkansas River and its tributaries for commercial barge traffic, but offers three river park recreation areas. These locations are perfect settings for fishermen and kayaks/canoes. Chouteau is the first lock and dam structure on the Verdigris River after the navigation channel leaves the main stem of the Arkansas River. The lock is approximately 4 miles northwest of Okay in Wagoner County. Lock 17 pool proves 18.7 miles of navigable waters extending upstream to the Newt Graham Lock and Dam 18.

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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Recreation Services Status
Please see the list below for USACE managed areas. Other parks run by state or private marinas are not included in the list below. Please contact the state or private marina for additional information.

Open    Partially Open    Closed    Status Unknown

4 Recreation areas at Arkansas River - Chouteau Lock and Dam

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 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Afton Landing   $       D GS X    
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Coal Creek                  
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Pecan Park/Lock 17             A        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area Tullahasse Loop       D        
 Indicates Corps Managed Rec Area   Corps Managed Managed by Others in Italics $ Corps Fees Collected
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XExists at lake
EElectric Campsites
NNon-electric Campsites
PPrimitive Campsites
GGroup Camping
DDump Station
CFish Cleaning Stations
DFishing Docks
PFishing Piers
APicnic Area
GGroup Picnic
GSGroup Picnic Shelter
PSwimming Pool
BBike Trails
QEquestrian Trails
HHiking Trails
IHiking Trails - Interpretive
ROff Road Vehicle Trails
FFitness Trails
WWater Trails
SSnow Mobile Trails
CCCross Country Skiing Trails
MMultipurpose Trails

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