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Located at the end of the Trail of Tears, this community has a large native American population and this can be seen in many aspects of the culture. Native American artifacts can be viewed at the Cherokee Cultural Center in Tahlequah and the home of Sequoyah is located near Sallisaw.
An Awesome Strawberry Festival
Launched in 1947, the Strawberry Festival is the longest continually running festival in the state of Oklahoma, drawing crowds of around 30,000 each year the second Saturday of May. Featuring Car & Motorcycle Shows, Arts and Crafts and many other vendor booths, a Carnival, Entertainment on the Bandstand, Free Strawberries and Ice Cream, and much, much more. For more information go to www.strawberrycapital.com
Parks, Ball Fields, & Playgrounds
Stilwell has two parks with playgrounds for the kids, ball fields, and hiking trails. Adair County Park also provides fishing at its small lake with campsites for making the most of your visit. Carson Park boasts a walking trail, a soccer field and is currently in the process of providing a splash pad for kids of all ages.
Nestled in the scenic foothills of the Ozark Mountains, Stilwell offers visitors
and residents alike, vistas of year around beauty. With an average rainfall of almost 50”, forests of green greet the eye in spring and summer giving way to breathtaking colors in the fall.
Scenic Rivers & Lakes for Outdoor Fun
For your entertainment, the area has camping, boating, skiing, fishing and other water sports available at Lake Tenkiller. Float trips down the Illinois River on raft, kayak, or canoe are popular with many in the summer months. Several golf courses, movie theaters, and casinos are also available within an easy drive of Stilwell.