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Keystone Public Hunting Area


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Keystone Public Hunting Area, covering approximately 15,500 acres, lies along much of the shoreline which consists of bottomland timber and postoak, blackjack and prairie fields. Principal wildlife include squirrel, rabbit, quail, dove and waterfowl.



Address: Keystone Lake, 8.5 miles W of Sand Springs, Hwy 412
Phone: 918-865-2621

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Keystone State Park

Three different campground areas open year round provide over 150 campsites from primitive camping to full electric, water and sewer hookups, 40 full hookups, 10

, OK State Parks

Keystone Lake Cabins

Keystone Lake State Park cabins typically range from the $80's to $180+ dollars a night. As a suggestion you might also check out Bears Glen Cabins at www.bearsglencabins.com Within Keystone State Park are 21 Cabins (with fireplace) - Cabins range from 1 bedroom for 4

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Keystone Lake Fishing

Keystone Lake is noted for its striped bass, sand bass, black bass, lake strain small mouth bass, crappie, and catfish. Downstream fisheries are accessible from Whitewater and Brush Creek Parks. Swift Park (a day use Tulsa County park)

, OK Fishing

Keystone Lake Corps Campgrounds

Camping facilities range from primitive to full hook up. Among the several Corps of Engineers campground areas are three Class A locations, two which are open year round. Group Shelters and Campgrounds are also available. New Mannford Ramp - Class Designation: A Phone: (918) 865-2096

, OK Campgrounds

Keystone Public Hunting Area

Keystone Public Hunting Area, covering approximately 15,500 acres, lies along much of the shoreline which consists of bottomland timber and postoak, blackjack and prairie fields. Principal wildlife include squirrel, rabbit, quail, dove and waterfowl.

, OK Hunting

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