Brushy Lake Park

Brushy Lake Park is owned and operated by the City of Sallisaw.  Located in the scenic wooded Cookson Hills of eastern Oklahoma, Brushy Lake Park offers a quiet secluded recreation destination offering camping, fishing and boating.

Facilities include eight day-use picnic areas with tables and grills, group shelters with electricity, 23 concrete camping sites including RV sites, playgrounds and a lighted boat ramp, as well as boat and fishing docks.   Electric service, water service and comfort stations with showers are all available. 

Brushy Park Photos
Payment of Camp Fees at Brushy Lake Park
A new way to pay camping fees has been installed at Brushy Lake Park and is now operational.  The fee station can be found at the entrance to the park next to the maintenance building (look for the flag pole).

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Fees:  Campsite $15.00 - Pavilion Reserved $50 - Pavilion Day Use $25
For pavilion reservations please contact Sallisaw City Hall at 918-775-6241

Camping Fee Instructions Using the Fee Collection Box

  1. Select an empty campsite and complete the requested information on the envelope.
  2. Detach the receipt from envelope, note the days of the campsite rental.  Hang the receipt on the inside rearview mirror facing the windshield.
  3. Enclose the posted camping fee in envelope and insert envelope in the collection box.
  4. Please make all checks payable to the City of Sallisaw.  Your home (mailing) address, phone number and driver’s license number need to be on the front of your check.
Brushy Lake Park Rules
Visitors’ curfew is 10:30 pm
Quiet hours are from 11:00 pm to 7:00 am
No disorderly conduct, fighting, threats or obscene language or acts
No alcoholic beverages of any kind inside park
Speed limit is 5 mph inside park
Boat speed limit is 15 mph
All pets must be confined or leashed
No littering, place all trash in proper receptacles
No firearms or fireworks
No loud music anytime (May be waived for special events)
No water skiing on the lake
All camping has 14 day limit (You may request an extension from the park manager)
After 14 days the camper must move to another site or leave the park.