Eufaula Lake, OK

  • Birch Lake

    Birch LakeThe dam site is at mile 0.8 of Birch Creek approximately one and one half miles south of the of the town of Barnsdall and about twenty miles southwest of the city of Bartlesville.

    The region in which Birch Lake is located offers outdoor sportsmen excellent opportunities for year-round ... Birch Lake

  • Copan Lake

    Copan Lake Copan Lake offers the visitors extensive opportunities for a memorable outdoor recreation experience with 5,000 acres of water and 11,000 acres for hunting. Overnight accommodations, services and supplies are available at convenient locations on access roads leading to the Corps of Engineers ... Copan Lake
  • Eufaula Lake

    Eufaula LakeOklahoma's largest man-made lake, Lake Eufaula, was completed in 1964 for water control for flooding and water level for the Arkansas River Waterway. The lake covers much of McIntosh and Pittsburg County and is a fabulous tourist and resort attraction with two beautiful theme type lodges. ... Eufaula Lake
  • Hulah Lake

    Hulah LakeHulah Lake lies in the upper reaches of the high rounded Osage Hills, and was named after the nearby community of Hulah, which was established in 1918. The name is derived from the Osage Indian word Hulah meaning "eagle". Hulah Lake is located in a farming and ranching community where grazing ... Hulah Lake
  • Oologah Lake

    Oologah LakeOologah Lake provides a great getaway for fishing, boating, picnicking, camping or just driftin' and dreaming over the sky blue waters. Oologah Lake is one of the best sailing lakes in the southwest, with 29,500 acres of water lying north and south. The lake is popular for all types of boating and ... Oologah Lake
  • Keystone Lake

    Keystone LakeKeystone Lake's blue-green water and the natural beauty of its setting -- wooded shoreline, sandy beaches, high bluffs, grasslands, and low rolling hills -- make it a visual treat the year round. The lake meanders into small valleys, creating many arms and land fingers. A network of county, state, ... Keystone Lake
  • Skiatook Lake

    Skiatook LakeSkiatook Lake has a surface area of about 10,500 acres and 160 miles of shoreline, and has become well-known as one of the most beautiful lakes in the area. Gentle rolling hills of Blackjack and Post Oak interspersed with Tall Grass Prairie surround beautiful Skiatook Lake. The meandering shoreline ... Skiatook Lake
  • Okmulgee Lake

    Okmulgee LakeOkmulgee Lake was built in 1926 as a water project for the City of Okmulgee, and covers 668 acres with 19 miles of shoreline. The lake is picturesque, functional, and offers many types of outdoor recreation. Several recreation areas along the east side of the shore offer camping, nature trails, ... Okmulgee Lake
  • Dripping Springs Lake

    Dripping Springs Lake Dripping Springs Lake is located above Okmulgee Lake on a large watershed and is a definite contrast to Okmulgee Lake with a flat shoreline of 18 miles, and much shallower water pool covering 1,100 acres. No water skiing is allowed. Constructed by the Soil Conservation Service around 1980, ... Dripping Springs Lake
  • Lake Tenkiller

    The Lake Tenkiller Ferry Dam is named for the Cherokee family from whom the land and ferry were obtained to build the dam. The Tenkillers were prominent Cherokees. It is said the Cherokee warrior was given his name by the white soldiers and pioneers at Ft. Gibson because of the ten notches on this ... Lake Tenkiller
  • Lake Hudson

    Lake HudsonLake 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 acres of water for the pleasure of recreational enthusiasts. Many ... Lake Hudson
  • Fort Gibson Lake

    Fort Gibson LakeWhether you're looking to relax in a secluded resort, hide away in a cozy cabin or pitch a tent, remember the Oklahoma sun, skies and hospitality of the Fort Gibson Lake area. You'll find 26 parks and recreational areas on the water. Eight marinas with concessions, lake cabins, on-the-water dining ... Fort Gibson Lake
  • Robert S. Kerr Lake

    Robert S. Kerr Lake The lake area is beautiful any time of the year. It is especially scenic when flowering shrubs and leaf buds decorate the landscape with a soft glow in spring, or when the brilliant colors of fall start to unfold. For young and old alike Kerr Lake has a variety of recreation for everyone, from ... Robert S. Kerr Lake
  • Grand Lake

    Grand Lake Grand Lake O' The Cherokees is one of the premiere lakes in the Midwest and the crown jewel of a chain of lakes in the northeastern Oklahoma region. It was created in 1940 with GRDA's completion of Pensacola Dam. Its 46,500 surface acres of water are ideal for boating, skiing, fishing, swimming ... Grand Lake
  • Spavinaw Lake

    Spavinaw Lake Spavinaw Lake has 1,637 surface acres and 20 miles of shoreline with black bass, crappie, bluegill, and catfish. There are boat ramps, marina, picnic area, swimming beach, outdoor grills, restrooms, and pavillions. ... Spavinaw Lake
  • Sooner Lake

    Sooner Lake is one of Oklahoma's premier bass lakes. In fact, the first Oklahoma stocking of Florida's occurred in 1977 at Sooner Lake. This power plant lake offers great fishing, and is known for excellent hybrid striped bass fishing. Its primary use is a cooling reservoir for the coal fired ... Sooner Lake
  • Lake Eucha

    Lake Eucha is located in Delaware County and has 2,812 surface acres of water. There is 49 miles of shoreline. Swimming in the lake is not allowed nor skiing or diving. Lake Eucha is a fishing lake only. There is a swimming pool at Lake Eucha State Park. There are boat ramps, docks, a ... Lake Eucha
  • Kaw Lake

    Kaw Lake Kaw Lake's beauty is like a beacon urging you to come romp and play in nature's playground. Here you won't find wall-to-wall houses, you'll find well-designed public campgrounds tucked into the many coves and inlets. You won't find traffic jams or hear screeching tires, but you will find roads ... Kaw Lake

Eufaula Lake Fishingmore

Lake Eufaula Fishing
Lake Eufaula FishingLake Eufaula has been listed as seventh place overall as one of Oklahoma's Top 25 Bass Lakes. The average weight per bass on Lake Eufaula was 2.37 pounds with 76 percent of the anglers being successful. These results were based from more than 1000 bass fishing tournaments held during the year.

BASS - Largemouth, Smallmouth, Kentucky or Sports are waiting on you!
With the great diversity and size of the lake, there is a divergent variety of structure to fish for bass. The water clarity changes with the seasons almost providing three lakes in one. If you like to fish stumps, willows, buck bushes, rocks, creeks, river channels or sand flats, Lake Eufaula has a bass for you.

CATFISH - The catfishermen in the area use a variety of methods to catch old "Mr. Whiskers". Roads and reels, a jugline or a trotline can provide the thrill of catching quality catfish.

CRAPPIE - The June 10, 2000 regional tournament showed Lake Eufaula to be considered as a Top 10 crappie lake. In the field of 129 teams, over 40% caught a 10 fish limit with an average weight of one pound per crappie and there were several two pound crappie. For the average fisherman, springtime or spawn period seems to be the key on Lake Eufaula. Fish from the bank or out on the boat, when you get in the crappie, you can catch your limit! Crappiefest is a tagged crappie tournament that lasts for two months.
Fishing for crappie in private docks is a big part of the crappie fishing on Lake Eufaula. For crappie fishermen that want the comforts of home, some of the largest and most comfortable fishing docks in the country are located around the lake. Some public docks even have carpet on the floor and green plants which will make your visit a pleasant one! Oh yes, the catch a lot of quality crappie year round and the docks are HEATED for you wintertime comfort.

STRIPERS - Stripers are not in the lake but are abundant below Eufaula Dam! The dam is located on the South Canadian River which empties into the Arkansas River and is close to the town of Webber Falls. The state record was caught below Eufaula Dam and was not broken until just a few years ago. Some folks plan their vacation just to fish below Eufaula Dam. Stripers and sandbass love the swift moving water below the dam. Also caught in the river are the much sought after Saugeye, a Walleye/Sauger hybrid. These Saugeye are also caught frequently when trolling for sandbass it the lake itself.

Eufaula Lake Huntingmore

Lake Eufaula Hunting
Lake Eufaula HuntingCorps of Engineers project lands are open for public hunting except for developed park area and lands in the vicinity of the dam and other project structures. The principal game species include bobwhite quail, deer, cottontail rabbit, squirrel, duck, geese and morning dove.

Eufaula Lake Campingmore

Eufaula Lake Corps Campgrounds
There are 7 Class A campgrounds located around Eufaula Lake as well as day uses areas and primitive campsites.

Belle Starr South - Class Designation: A
Facilities include: Designated Campsites, Elec. only, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Picnic Area, Playground, Boat Ramp, Boat Dock Marina

Park Opens: April 1 to October 31

118 Sites - $18 to $20

Brooken Cove - Class Designation: A
Facilities include: Designated Campsites/Elec. only, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Picnic Area, Playground, Boat Ramp, Boat Dock.

Note: Sites 38 thru 52 are closed due to Bald Eagles nesting in the area. The area is marked by fencing and no entry signs.

Park Opens: April 1 to October 31

59 Sites - $16 to $18

Damsite South - Class Designation: A
Facilities include: Designated Campsites/elec. only, Primitive sites, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Picnic Area, Playground,Swim Beach with Changehouse, Hiking Nature Trail, Boat Ramp, Boat Dock, Marina.

Park Opens: April 1 to October 31

26 Primitive Sites - $ 12.00
25 Sites/Elec. $18 to $20

Gentry Creek - Class Designation: A
Facilities include: Designated Campsites/Elec. only, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Boat Ramp.

Park Opens: April 1 to October 31

14 Sites, Elec. only - $18 to $20
26 Primitive Sites - $13.00

Highway 9 North - Class Designation: A
Facilities include: Designated Campsites/Elec. only, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Picnic Area, Playground, Swim Beach, Boat Ramp, Boat Dock, Marina.

Park Opens: April 1 to October 31

33 Sites, Elec.only - $18 to $20
2 Primitive sites - $13

Highway 9 South - Class Designation: A
Facilities include: Designated Campsites/Elec.only, Restrooms, Showers, Boat Ramp.

Park Opens: April 1 to October 31

27 Sites, Elec.only - $18 to $20 (Est)
3 Primitive Sites, - $13.00 (Est)

Porum Landing - Class Designation: A
Facilities include: Designated Campsites/Elec. only, Restrooms, Showers, Trailer Dump Station, Picnic Area, Playground, Swim Beach, Boat Ramp, Boat Dock, Marina.

Park Opens: April 1 to October 31

37 Sites, Elec.only - $18 to $20
8 Primitive Sites - $13.00

Class C Campsites at Damsite East, Elm Point, Highway 9 East, Mill Creek, and Oak Ridge offering Electric Only, Restrooms and Boat Ramps.

Eufaula Lake State Parksmore

Lake Eufaula State Park
Lake Eufaula State ParkLake Eufaula State Park (formerly, Fountainhead) is located on the western shoreline midway between Chectoah and Eufaula on Oklahoma's largest man made lake, Lake Eufaula.

It offers a recreational park with a variety of available activities and has within its confines the Fountainhead Resort and Hotel, which is currently privately owned. Fountainhead Golf Course offers 18 holes of bermuda greens and beautiful lake views. Deer and turkey abound - along with other four-legged, furry creatures including squirrels, beavers, opossums, raccoons, rabbits and even an occasional bobcat. Deep Fork Nature Center features displays of local cultural and natural history as well as a "wildscape" habitat exhibit.

Just east of Canadian off U.S. Highway 69 lies 2,202 acres of wooded foothills dotted with handicapped accessible trails and recreational opportunities for hiking, biking, and horse back riding provided by stables at the park.

* Nice Resort and Restaurant * 234 Campsites (M) (S) (P) (D) * Assigned Campground * Nature Center * Horse Stable * Hiking and Nature Trail - easy 1/4 mile nature trail, a 2 1/2 mile day-use trail, and two 3/4 mile interpretative and educational trails, equestrian trails * Swimming Beach * Boating * Water Skiing * Indoor Fishing * Fishing - 3 boat ramps 2 with light * Marina * Restaurant * Grocery * Gift Shop * 18-Hole Golf Course * Putting Green * Driving Range * Pro Shop * Cart Rentals

CAMPING AREAS: 34 full hookups (Area 2), 50 electric/water hookups (Area 4), pull-throughs, 150 primitive sites, group camp, restrooms/showers, sanitary dump station, picnic areas, group shelters, boat ramps, marina, swimming beach

Eufaula Lake Golf Coursesmore

Fountainhead Golf Course
Fountainhead Golf CourseFountainhead Golf Course is one of Oklahoma's nine state park golf courses. Tight undulating fairways, large sloping greens and sand bunkers characterize Fountainhead - a test of ability for any golfer. Fountainhead's hilly course and sloping greens make par an excellent score. Views of Lake Eufaula provide the backdrop for the third hole, a 200-yard par three. A pond in front of the sloping green protects the landing area of the signature par-five 18th hole. Privately owned Fountainhead Resort offers comfortable accommodations. Water sports abound on Lake Eufaula, Oklahoma's largest lake. Other activities include miniature golf, horseback riding and bumper boats. A 3000 x 50 foot airstrip is convenient for those weekend get aways.

18 Holes, Par 72
Putting Green, Driving Range, Bent Grass Greens, Bermuda Tees & Fairways
Airstrip, Marina, Cabins

Eufaula Lake State Parksmore

Arrowhead State Park
Arrowhead State ParkArrowhead State Park features 2,200 acres of rolling, tree-covered hills and rugged terrain. It is located on a peninsula of Lake Eufaula, one of the largest manmade lakes in the Southwest. The lake has 102,000 acres of water, 600 miles of shoreline and a beautiful scenic view from overlooks located throughout the park.

Accommodations include a group camp with kitchen and 6 bunkhouses for 144 people, RV sites, tent sites, picnic shelters and 3 group locations, marina with enclosed fishing dock and 2 boat ramps, a gift shop, a grocery store, playgrounds, miniature golf course, and a swimming area. Water-related activities include swimming, boating, skiing, sailing and jet skiing. Arrowhead Golf Course, an 18-hole course with putting green, driving range and pro shop. Trail systems include Outlaw Trail, a 3-mile hiking trail, a 1-mile interpretive nature trail and equestrian trail. A 3500' lighted airstrip is located within the park.

4 CAMPGROUNDS: 20 full hookups, 65 electric/water hookups, 129 primitive sites, restrooms/showers, sanitary dump stations, group camp, picnic areas, group shelters, equestrian facilities, and trails.

Eufaula Lake Golf Coursesmore

Arrowhead Golf Course
Arrowhead Golf CourseRugged, rock-strewn hills surrounding the inlets and coves of Lake Eufaula make Arrowhead a beautiful, challenging course rated the number one public course in the state in 1997 and 1998. Mature, native trees line Arrowhead's Bermuda grass fairways, and the bent grass greens are large and undulating, with several well-placed sand bunkers and all concrete cart paths. A putting green and driving range are available and are located near the Pro shop which is open every day except Christmas day. Its hours cater to the players' needs.

Spectacular lake views and a comfortable climate make Arrowhead a popular golf retreat. Non-golfers enjoy hiking, biking, and a variety of water sports.

18 Holes * Par 72 * Blue Tees at 71.4 * White Tees at 69.4 * Red Tees at 70.7 * Slope (blue) 119 * Slope (white) 114 * Slope (red) 126

Eufaula Lake Map

Eufaula Lake Information

Fees: Park Permits Required

Location: Highway 69 South of I-40

Contact: 918-689-7751

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