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Birch Lake is located 1.5 mi S of Barnsdall off Hwy 11. Features: Boat Docks and Ramps, Group Facilities, Swimming Beach, Picnic Area, camping, RV Hookup Sites, Tent Sites, 27 mile shoreline, Hunting Area Near By,
fishing: Channel Catfish, Crappie, Hybrid Striped Bass, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Sunfish, and Walleye. Birch Lake - Tulsa District Lake Info (more info: 918-847-2001)
Lake Eucha created in 1952 with completion of Eucha Dam. The lake, 8.5 miles long and less than a mile wide, is located near the city of Jay: 2,880-Acre Lake, 50 mile shoreline, scenic campsites with electricity, picnic areas, group shelters, playgrounds, nature trail, fishing docks, concessions, a marina, hunting during seasons.
Common Fish include: largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, and species of sunfish. Lake Eucha State Park; 3 miles S of Jay on Hwy 59/10, east end of Lake Eucha. more information: 800-654-8240
Eufaula Lake -
the largest lake located entirely in the State of Oklahoma is on the Canadian River, 27 miles upstream from its
confluence with the Arkansas River. Eufaula Lake has 102,200
surface acres of water with over 600 miles of shoreline, ranging from vast expanses of sandy beaches to rocky bluffs.
Record sized Crappie, Sand Bass, Catfish and Black Bass are common in the lake. The most popular are Catfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass,
Sand Bass, Walleye, Sunfish and Crappie. Striped Bass weighing in over 40 pounds have been caught in the tailwaters below the dam.
More activities include, boating, golf, swimming, horseback riding, hunting, and more.
Eufaula Lake has 2 resorts: Fountainhead Resort Hotel, Arrowhead Resort, as well as golf courses, swimming pools, hiking trails.
Eufaula Lake has 2 State Parks:
Lake Eufaula State Park (formerly Fountainhead) |
Arrowhead State Park
Lake Eufaula Lodging & Camping
Lake Eufaula Association
(Google Map |
Corps of Engineers, parks and lake info: 918-484-5135 or 918-799-5843
Fort Gibson Lake
Grand Lake O' The Cherokees - Located in Ottawa,
Delaware, Mayes and Craig counties The massive reservoir holds 59,200 surface acres of water. The shoreline is 1,300 miles long with over 60
miles winding through the foothills of the Ozarks. Grand
Lakes's Pensacola Dam, is the "World's Longest Multiple Arch Dam."
Grand Lake Photos |
Lake Readings |
Resorts & Marinas
Grove - Gateway to
Grand Lake |
Greenleaf Lake - 930 acre
Lake Greenleaf, at Greenleaf State Park. The park is located in eastern Oklahoma, south of Muskogee.
To reach the park, travel three miles south of Braggs on State Highway 10. The park's Nature Center provides year-round programs, including various recreational, naturalist,
astronomy and campfire programs. The park features: 18 mile hiking trail, two short nature trails, biking trail, (mountain bike rentals), large community building, with a kitchen, an enclosed shelter and an open air shelter,
18-hole, fully accessible miniature golf course, swimming pool, 5 camping areas, 178 campsites, many of them lakeside) 15 rustic 1-bedroom cabins fully equipped kitchens, cookware, utensils and
linens. The Cabin on the Lake is built specifically for the physically challenged, (Firewood, TV's, VCR's and tapes are available at the park office.); outstanding dining
right over the lake, bait, kayak, canoe, paddleboat, party barge, fishing boat rentals, a superb heated dock is open year-round, Horseshoe pits and softball fields are available
for your enjoyment. A fully accessible kids fishing pond, wetlands study area and outdoor kiosk has been completed. The kids pond is stocked December through February with trout
and stocked occasionally the remainder of the year with bass, catfish and perch. Fishing is allowed for the disabled and kids 16 and under (park trout stamp required during trout season).
In cooperation with the Paralyzed Veterans of American and an ODWC grant, the park recently completed work on an accessible fishing pier on Greenleaf Lake which is open for year-round fishing at no charge.
Route 1, Box 119 - Braggs, OK 74423
Park Office: greenleafcabins@OklahomaParks.com
Nature Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lake Hudson - Located in the heart of
Cherokee Nation, is 2nd in a chain of 3 lakes along the Grand (Neosho) River, Lake Hudson is nestled between Grand Lake and Fort
Gibson Lake at the foothills of the Ozarks. The lake has about 12,000 acres of water with over 200 miles of panoramic shoreline.
Lake Hudson is known as "the best bass lake in Oklahoma"
and has several annual bass tournaments. Facilities: boat ramps, campsites, dump station, electricity, playground, picnic areas, restrooms.
The Area State Parks: Cherokee State Park; Spavinaw State Park; Snowdale State Park: on the western shores of the lake 2 miles west of Salina
on SR 20, with about 85 campsites with available hookups, swimming beach, boating, fishing, water skiing, volleyball court, playground, and
picnic area. Wheelchair accessable.
Locust Grove - southern end of Lake Hudson.
Hugo Lake rated as Number One Bass Fishery in the state
Hugo Lake on the Kiamichi River, about 7 miles east of
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Hugo Lake State Park
8 miles east of Ponca City on the Arkansas River. 17,000 lake acres to enjoy fishing, skiing, boating, swimming.
Kaw Lake is known for its large catfish; also common: white crappie, white bass, walleye, and spoonbill (paddlefish).
Nesting American Bald Eagles can be seen during January. 24,000 acres of land for horseback riding, hiking; hunting: deer, quail and turkey.
Keystone Lake -
15 miles west of downtown Tulsa, Oklahoma, on the Arkansas River. 330 miles of shoreline in 5 counties: Creek, Osage, Pawnee, Payne,
& Tulsa. The 26,000 acre flood control lake features: 16 recreation areas (3 w/alcohol free beaches), 11 boat ramps, miles of sandy beaches,
3 marinas, 2 off-road vehicle areas, 5 short distance trails, a waterfowl refuge, 3 seasonal green tree reservoirs, fishing populars: stripers, walleyes,
catfish, white or black
bass and crappie; thousands of acres of land open to public hunting.
Camping facilities range from primitive to full hook up. Cabins are available at
Keystone State Park, the 715-acre resort. Boat rentals are also available through
Keyport Marina and Pier 51.
Keystone Lake, RT 1 Box 100, Sand Springs, OK 74063-9338, Phone: 918-865-2621
Oologah Lake - from Claremore, follow Hwy 88 North 8 miles.
Aproximately 29,500 surface acres of water and 209 miles of shoreline. Features: Marina servies, boat ramps, docks, 142 campsites with electricity,
18 mile equestrian and hiking trail, Skull Hollow Nature Trail, picnicking and group picnic shelter, hunting during season.
Skiatook Lake - 6 miles West of Skiatook on hwy 20. Features: 10,500 surface acres, 160 miles of shoreline, largemouth bass, black and white crappie, channel catfish, sunfish or lake perch; 8,000 acres open to hunting (plentiful Whitetail Deer, Quail, Rabbit, Squirrel);
Facilities: 2 swimming beaches, 8 boat launching ramps and docks, marina services, nature trail, group shelter, campsites with electricity and picnicking areas.
Spavinaw Lake 1,636 Lake Acres, 20 mile shoreline, 35 Park Acres, Campsites, Boating, Swimming Beach, Fishing, Playground
Common Fish: Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, White Bass, Channel Catfish and Sunfish. USGS Water Data for Spavinaw Lake
Spavinaw State Park, Hwy 82 S, Spavinaw, 918-589-2651
Lake Tenkiller -
Ten miles north of the Vian exit on State Highway 82, turn left on Highway 100 West. 3 miles to the park entrance.
12,650 Surface Acres, 1,190 Park Acres, Tenkiller Dam (Oklahoma's 2nd largest dam);
Facilities: 40 Cabins, 10 Cabanas, 10 Camping areas, 221 Campsites, Community Building, Boat Ramps,
Swimming Pool, Boating & Water Skiing, Scuba Diving, Marina, Grocery & Restaurant;
(Boat rental at Strayhorn 918-487-5178). Lake Tenkiller State Park; HCR 68,Box 1095; Vian, OK 74962; 918-489-5643/Park Office;
918-489-5641/Cabin Office; email@example.com
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