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Osage Nation looks at reopening Wah-Sha-She park

Pawhuska, Oklahoma (AP) May 2011

The Osage Nation says it’s considering taking responsibility for the closed Wah-Sha-She State Park on Lake Hulah in northern Oklahoma’s Washington County and reopening it.

The 266-acre park just south of the Kansas state line was one of seven state parks closed in March because of state budget cuts.

Tulsa television station KOTV reports that the Pawhuska-based tribe is evaluating the condition of facilities and roads in the park, whose name means “water people.”

State tourism department director Deby Snodgrass says agency officials are grateful to the Osage Nation for working with them on the park’s future. A state parks website says the Wah-Sha-She park has 47 semi-modern RV sites with water and electricity and 15 regular tent sites.



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