Lake Frederick

category : Recreation
Lake Frederick Frederick offers plenty of opportunities to enjoy nature and the great outdoors. Lake Frederick, only a few miles away, offers sites for motor homes, RVs, and tents. Visitors won't find a better place to enjoy boating, sailing, canoeing, skiing, fishing, camping, and cycling. The pavilion and public restrooms make it a great location for family reunions and group picnics.

The 1,000 acre lake has plenty of shoreline access for fishing for walleye, catfish, bass, crappie, and perch, and boat ramps and docks for boats and water crafts.

A mountain bike trail winds around the area.

Campers will find 30 electric/water hookups, pull-throughs, 20 primitive sites, restroom/shower, sanitary dump station, outdoor grills, picnic areas, and volleyball courts.

$9.00 per Day (includes hookups) - $6.00 per Day for senior 65 and older
$3.00 per Day for Tent Sites - access to public restrooms and pavilions

Camping at Lake Frederick puts you within 20 miles of the Wichita Mountains where you will enjoy undisturbed terrain and wildlife, hiking and climbing. Tom Sneed Reservoir is only 20 miles north for more good fishing and boating.

Address: 12 miles northeast of Frederick and 5 miles East of Manitou on Baseline Road - Highway 5C
Phone: 580-397-3291

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Attractions and Upcoming Events

Hotel Frederick

Built in 1929, the lobby and business areas of the Hotel Frederick were hubs of activity in town. The Blue Room was the site for elaborate dinners, as well as every formal function in town. Now, after restoration in the 1990

Frederick, OK Historic Hotels

The Hughes Building and Hughes Jewelry

Originally the National Bank of Commerce (est 1902) with a Victorian red brick exterior, this historic Frederick building has for some 70 years now been clad with the beige 'deco' rock exterior it features today. The home of Hughes Jewelry since 1952

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Hackberry Flat Wildlife Management Area

At one time Hackberry Flat was a large isolated wetland that in the wettest of years may have been more than 3,000 acres in size. Thousands of waterfowl and shorebirds once used this wetland as a stopping place during both fall and spring migrations. In the early 1900

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Ramona Theatre

The historic Mediterranean style theatre was once known as "The Showplace of The Southwest!" It was restored by volunteers and the Frederick Arts Council and provides a variety of cultural opportunities to the public. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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