Catoosa is a city in Rogers and Wagoner counties in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. The population was 7,159 at the 2010 census compared to 5,449 at the 2000 census. This was a 31.2 percent increase during the decade. Catoosa is an inland seaport and the terminus of the Kerr-McClellan Arkansas River Navigation System. The Port of Catoosa is the second farthest inland seaport in the United States behind Duluth, Minnesota, linking Tulsa to the Arkansas River and eventually to the Gulf of Mexico.
The Hard Rock Casino (formerly Cherokee Casino and Resort), operated by the Cherokee Nation, is located in Catoosa. The resort has two hotels, several restaurants, and a golf course, and hosts the annual Cherokee Art Market as well as the International Cherokee Film Festival.
Catoosa's Historical Museum was founded by Catoosa's Historical Society. The museum is a replica of an old train depot and is home to many Catoosa artifacts and railroad memorabilia. The Catoosa Historical Museum is easily recognized by the Burlington Northern Railroad caboose outside of the museum.
The D.W. Correll Museum was founded by Mr. D.W. Correll and is now owned and operated by the City of Catoosa. The museum houses rare antique automobiles, vintage whiskey bottles and a vast collection of rocks and minerals from all over the World.