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Lake Ellsworth


category : Recreation
Fishing, hunting, water recreation, camping, off-road vehicles - 5,600 acres and 43 miles of shoreline. Good fishing for most species. 41 shelters with electricity, primitive sites, restrooms/showers, swimming, sanitary dump station, grocery, restaurant, outdoor grills, pcinic areas, boat ramps/docks, fuel.


Address: 14 miles N of Lawton, I-44, Exit 53
Phone: 580-529-2663

Come visit us in Lawton, Oklahoma

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Museum of the Great Plains

At the Museum of the Great Plains, the natural and cultural history of the Great Plains of north America is studied and shown in many exhibits and programs that will be enjoyed by all members of the family. Special events include a twice-yearly encampment of 1830

Lawton, OK Museums

Wichita Mountains NWR - Camping

The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge offers a variety of camping opportunities.


New Holy City History Book Available

Oklahoma City author, Jacqulein Vaughn Lowry has authored a new pictorial history book about the Holy City of the Wichitas. Published by Arcadia Publishing company, the book chronicles the rich history of the Holy City from 1926

Lawton, OK Literature

Wichita Mountains - Mt. Scott

Mount Scott is one of Oklahoma's most prominent mountains, rising 2,464 feet above sea level. Located on the eastern edge of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, it is a legendary site which boasts tales of ancient spirits, Spanish gold and buried outlaw loot.

Lawton, OK Natural Attractions

Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area

Lake Elmer Thomas Recreation Area is your one-stop family fun and outdoor recreation location. LETRA is nestled in the picturesque Wichita Mountains and offers a 360-acre lake surrounded by native prairie.

Lawton, OK Recreation

Things to do Recreation near Lawton, OK

Altus City Reservoir

The Altus City Reservoir provides many possibilities for those who like to get away for a few hours and just relax in the idy...

Dave Boyer Lake

Lake Boyer was built in 1936 by the WPA and named for Dave Boyer, Walters' pioneer businessman and former state senator, who ...