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Love Hatbox Sports Complex

Love-Hatbox Sports Complex is a sports complex set on 60 acres located in Muskogee, Oklahoma and that accommodate a multitude of sports.  Love-Hatbox hosts leagues, camps, tournaments, and a variety of outdoor events.

The RV campsite is located on the historic Hatbox Field. A former air field visited by notable pilots Charles A. Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart. Pilot Laura Ingles set a world record for the number of loop-D-loops at the airfield on May 26, 1930. Hatbox RV Campsite was developed to support special events happening in the Muskogee area. The campsite is located on the east runway. It is an asphalt surface, with over 150 defined RV slips with water and electric hook-up. The RV campsite is located adjacent to the Love-Hatbox Sports Complex baseball, softball, soccer, and football fields. The complex is also home to the River Country Family Waterpark open Memorial Weekend-Labor Day. Centennial Trail is a paved 3.2 mile walking and bicycling trail circling the complex; travelling east on the trail leads (2.0 miles) to downtown Muskogee.
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