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Chandler Lake Chandler Lake is the smaller of the two lakes in Chandler.

The lake offers excellent fishing while being adjacent to the Chandler Municipal Golf Course. There is plenty of parking and it does provide aboat ramp.

FEE SCHEDULE

FISHING - Daily - Individual $2.00 ($15.00 Yearly), Senior or Disabled Vet $1.00 ($7.50 Yearly)

BOATING - Daily - Individual $3.00 ($15.00 Yearly), Senior or Disabled Vet $2.00 ($7.50 Yearly)

CAMPING - Primitive - $6.00; Hookups - $10.00; Limit 14 Consecutive Days, Unless Otherwise Approved by Lake Officer

BOW AND DUCK HUNTING - Bow, $20.00 (drawn) 2 week season; Duck, $30.00/season (includes blind), or $10.00 hunt only.

Duck hunt allows you to use your own boat to travel to and from the blind. A duck hunt permit is issued to an individual and includes the use of one blind for the season. Accompanying hunters are required to purchase a hunting-only permit and to posses written permission from the blind holder to hunt in the holder's blind.

Bow and duck hunt sites on Chandler and Bell Cow lakes are assigned each year in a September drawing conducted by the Lake Officer. Bag limits and hunting dates are set by Federal or State authorities unless otherwise announced and/or posted at Lake Headquarters.


Come visit us in Chandler, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Clapp-Cunningham Building

National Register of Historic Places The building was building 1899 by L. W. Clapp, Wichita, Kansas financier and mayor. The architecture is termed "Richardson-Romanesque"

Chandler, OK Historic Buildings

Historical Murals

Five murals are displayed on the north wall of the Pioneer Museum. The acrylic paintings were done by artist and sculptor, Fred Olds, of Guthrie, Oklahoma. They are gifts of Col. and Mrs. John Embry, and depict area history. 1. Arrival Indians; 2. Cattle trails, first settlements; 3. Religion;

Chandler, OK Arts

Kee-Tilghman-Erwin House

National Register of Historic Places Built in 1898 by O.B. Kee, this mansard-roofed home was purchased in 1901 by famed Deputy U.S. Marshal, William Mathew "Bill" Tilghman, Lincoln County homesteader, sheriff, state senator, and one of the territorial lawmen known as the "Three Guardsmen."

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Johnson-Yinger-Young House

National Register of Historic Places This two-story white clapboard home was built in 1897 by H.F. Johnson as a simple territorial "four square" home. In 1905

Chandler, OK Historic Homes

Route 66 Gas Station

On the north end of the business district, look for the peaked roof of the vintage 1930's Phillips 66 station. Although no longer in use, the building reminds us of travel down the historic Route 66 which runs through downtown Chandler.

Chandler, OK Historic Buildings

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