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Duncan Area Lakes


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Duncan Area Lakes Duncan area lakes offer 4000 acres of outdoor fun with camping, fishing, boating, skiing,swimming, mountain biking, jet skiing, and just plain ole' relaxing in the shade.

An abundant supply of bass, catfish, crappie, and walleye are found in these lakes. Our lakes have had three of the last five state record black bass. Year-round fishing houses are available for seasonal fishing.

For those of you who prefer camping, you will find both primitive and improved conditions available at all lakes.

Owned and operated by the City of Duncan, Oklahoma
Lakes Superintendent - 580-255-9538

Concession Stand Phone Numbers:

  • Clear Creek Lake - 580-255-3564
  • Duncan Lake - 580-255-9397
  • Lake Fuqua - 580-444-2460
  • Lake Humphreys - 580-658-6268

CLEAR CREEK LAKE - 660 Acres (13 miles NE)


  • 2 boat ramps
  • 90 plug-ins for camping
  • 3 pavilions

  • 2 sanitary dump stations

DUNCAN LAKE - 550 Acres (10 miles E) - Shoreline length, 4 miles

  • 1 boat ramp
  • 22 plug-ins for camping
  • 1 pavilion
  • 1 sanitary dump station
  • Enclosed, floating fishing dock

Shady Oaks Lakeview RV Park

From hwy-81 & Plato Road, go nine miles E to Duncan Lake Road and S a half mile, follow signs.

Full hookups, sanitary dump station, shower house. Clubhouses for rent.

Voice Phone
580-255-7042

LAKE FUQUA - 1500 Acres (21 miles NE)

  • 2 boat ramps
  • 43 plug-ins for camping, electric/water hookups
  • 1 sanitary dump station
  • enclosed fishing dock
    duck and quail hunting

    swimming
    picnic areas

LAKE HUMPHREYS - 840 Acres (8 miles NE)

  • 3 boat ramps
  • 44 plug-ins for camping
  • 1 pavilion
  • 1 sanitary dump station
  • bow fishing
    enclosed fishing dock
    duck and quail hunting


Come visit us in Duncan, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Stephens County Historical Museum

The Stephens County Museum, located at the old National Guard Armory, was accepted into the National Registry of Historic Places in the Spring of 1997.

Visiting the museum can transport you back into a simpler time; you can literally "step" into Grandma'

Duncan, OK Museums


Simmons Center

Simmons Center's 105,000 sq. ft. facility serves as a focal point for recreational, social, cultural and business activity in Southwest Oklahoma.

A Duncan Oklahoma dream that is an inspirational example of the Oklahoma "can-do"

Duncan, OK Recreation


Duncan Little Theatre

Duncan Little Theatre brings "live theatre" to the area by providing an extremely varied program of plays, musicals, assorted dinner theatres, and melodrama's over the course of each year.

Duncan, OK Theatres

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Cordell Reservoir

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Lake Vanderwork

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