Arkansas River - Chouteau Lock and Dam

Description:

Named for Col. Auguste P. Chouteau, whose father built a shipyard on the river bank to build keelboats for the fur trade.

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.

Phone:

(918) 682-4314

Email:

Address:

8568 State Highway 251-A Fort Gibson, OK 74434

Activities:

Boating Camping Fishing Picnicking Water Sports Wildlife Viewing Playground Park Specialized Sport Site

Organization:

USACE - US Army Corps of Engineers

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