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sits on beautiful Lake Hudson, rated in 1994 as Oklahoma's number one Black Bass fishing lake, and the surrounding environment is lush with native plants, wildflowers, and trees. The dense deciduous forests prevalent in this region provide a safe and natural habitat for the abundance of wildlife that can still be found. The terrain is very hilly, and somewhat mountainous, and this vast expanse of land is considered to be a part of the foothills of the Ozark Mountains. Its natural beauty is spectacular and the Salina
area truly lives up to the nickname of this region known as Green Country.
was originally established as a trading post of Major Jean Pierre Chouteau in 1796 along the banks of the Grand River, which is now Lake Hudson.It is the oldest permanent American settlement in the state of Oklahoma. The name Salina
was derived from saline, which came
from the local salt wells in the vicinity.
As a result of heavy fur trading between the Osage Indians and the new settlers from St. Louis, Missouri around 1802, Salina
thrived and grew into a prosperous community frequented by many travellers. The trading post served as a general store for the rough territory. and, in recognition of Major Chouteau, Chouteau Day (a state holiday) is celebrated each year the Saturday on or before the 10th of October.
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Free Boat Ramps to Hudson Lake Salina, OK | Category: RecreationNorth Boat Ramp
- A free boat launch is provided by the Salina Lions Club located at the west side of town just off the east side of the bridge on Highway 20 at N. Grace Street. There is also a winter fishing house located at the launch.
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Lakes near Salina Oklahoma
Lake Hudson Region : Green Country, OK
Lake Hudson is one of only two lakes in Oklahoma where a resident can own lakefront property on the water's edge, is second in a chain of three lakes along the Grand River, has 200 miles of panoramic shoreline and has about 12,000 Lake Hudson