Indian Nations Rally
The Oklahoma Rally Returns!
Indian Nations Rally
September 26-28, 2014
Greenleaf State Park • map
The date for 2014 has moved to autumn, a time of year known as “Indian Summer” in Oklahoma.
Over 100 registrants joined us in 2013 and were impressed with the scenic location and winding roads of Green Country. For 2014 we will return to Greenleaf State Park and a campground overlooking the Arkansas River.
Your registration includes camping, two evening cookouts, a pancake breakfast and ice water, lemonade and coffee for the weekend. The first fifty registrants are guaranteed a free event shirt. Options available for an additional charge are 50/50 raffle tickets and a very limited number of RV slots (see below).
Advance $30 • On-Site $40 • Day Pass $10 • RV Slot $75
Advance registration can be completed by credit card online or by check via mail (download form). You can save $10 and reserve your event t-shirt by registering in advance!
There’s plenty of room for tent camping at our rally site- it’s called the Gobbler Ridge Campground. There are concrete RV pads where you can park your bike. Or your tent! Water and electricity are available throughout the campground and there’s a rumor we may even have Wi-Fi.
If you prefer not to camp we have options:
RV pads at the rally site are available for $75 for the weekend. These are very limited and must be reserved in advance with your registration. The next closest RV option will be one of the other campgrounds in the park. You’ll need to contact Greenleaf State Park directly about these sites.
Cabins are also available in the park. Once again, these are very limited and will sell out months before the rally. To learn more about the cabins and check availability contact the park office at 918.487.5196.
Nearby motels are about 10 miles away in Gore or a bit further in Muskogee. Another option would be the Fin & Feather Resort on Lake Tenkiller.
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. This year our rally headquarters will be located at the Gobbler Ridge Campground. This spacious campground offers plenty of areas for tent camping, onsite showers and a limited number of RV slots.
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.
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, Cherokee National Museum, Tenkiller Lake and more.
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
Where the heck is Braggs, Oklahoma?
Braggs is a small town east of Muskogee, OK on State Highway 10. Greenleaf State Park is about 3 miles south of Braggs. Here’s a map.
Who can attend?
Anyone is welcome who has paid the registration or day pass fee and is wearing the armband we will issue. However we reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone or ask you to leave at our discretion.
Does my wife, friend, significant other, landlord, partner have to pay?
Yes. If they are attending the rally they must register and sign the liability release waiver.
When can I arrive?
Registration will officially open Friday at noon. We will begin setting up Thursday afternoon but volunteers will be very busy so please be patient.
Can I buy a 50/50 raffle ticket? Do I have to be present to win?
You can. Click here. And you need not be present to win! Proceeds benefit the non-profit Northeastern Oklahoma BMW Club.
Can I bring my pets?
We love pets but sometimes their owners can be a problem. No pets please, except for service animals.
Where can I park my car?
You’ll need to park at the park office unless you are a vendor, support staff or handicapped. Support vehicles can park in the designated area on the east side of the campgrounds.
Are there RV slots available?
Yes. A limited number of RVs will be allowed in the rally campground this year. The cost is $75 for the weekend and must be reserved in advance along with your rally registration. The space includes water and electrical hookups.
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