Indian Nations Rally
The Oklahoma Rally Returns!
The Indian Nations Rally was held June 7-9, 2013 at the Greenleaf State Park group camp. This was the first time a BMW rally had been held in Oklahoma since 1994.
The historic WPA lodge overlooking Greenleaf Lake provided our rally headquarters for meals, entertainment and awards. Over 100 registrants made the trek to Muskogee County and were impressed with the scenic location and winding roads. The spacious campground offered plenty of areas for tent camping and on-site bunkhouses were available as an option.
We want to thank all the volunteers who helped make this event happen as well as our sponsor, Bentonville BMW and these generous companies who donated door prizes.
Stay in the Loop
The rally site is at Greenleaf State Park which is one of the seven original Oklahoma State Parks. It is located 3 miles south of Braggs, Oklahoma.
Greenleaf Lake and most of the rock buildings in the park were built in the Thirties by the WPA. The lodge at the group camp was originally built as a restaurant and called Greenleaf Lodge. During World War Two it became part of Camp Gruber and was used as the officers’ club.
Today the lodge and group camp are used by the Army National Guard. Fortunately they’re nice enough to let folks like us rent it for special events– like this one!
The nearby state park features paddle boats, a nature center, mini golf, swimming pool, RV slots and 14 rustic cabins. Most of the cabins are WPA era, but some were constructed during World War Two with the help of German POWs being held at Camp Gruber.
Area attractions include the Ft. Gibson Historic Site, USS Batfish WWII Submarine, Cherokee Heritage Center, the Gruber Offroad Riding Area, the Castle of Muskogee, Five Civilized Tribes Museum and more. To learn more about these and other nearby attractions visit the Muskogee Chamber of Commerce.
The rally site is located…
- 54 miles from Fort Smith
- 70 miles from Tulsa
- 150 miles from Oklahoma City
- 210 miles from Little Rock
- 245 miles from Dallas
- 295 miles from Kansas City
Take a video tour of the rally campgrounds…
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