Founded in 1828 by Chief Walter Webber, Webbers Falls is a small rural community nestled in the eastern part of Oklahoma. Located approximately 75 miles southeast of Tulsa and 30 miles from Muskogee it sits along the banks of the Arkansas River. It is located off of Highway 100 in southern portion of Muskogee County and consists mostly of farmlands. Today the population of Webbers Falls stands at 616 based on the reports from the latest Census.
Although Webbers Falls has a long history, deeply rooted in the past, today it is a vibrant and peaceful town surrounded by rivers and lakes. It’s a place where one knows their neighbors, a place where in times of adversity, the residents of the town rally around and help one another. A place where there is always a wave or a greeting, where children still get to enjoy Easter Egg Hunts and Santa at Christmas. One of the best things about living in Webbers Falls is that it is by far a more intimate endeavor than in a large city. There is a strong sense of community and pride along with a dedication to improving the services and facilities within Webbers Falls by the Chamber of Commerce.
The Historic Webbers Falls City Park boasts RV Camping with or without Water and Electrical hookups, a Pavilion, Stage, Dock, Boat Ramp, playground and most notably the I-40 Bridge Memorial. It’s just few steps to banks of the Arkansas to enjoy a day of tranquil fishing or boating.