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Tenkiller Hiking Trails


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Spectacular rock formations, huge boulders, and frequent glimpses of the lake can be seen along Standing Rock Nature Trail. The trail (about 1 1/4 miles in length) is made up of two loops, each with two segments of shorter trails - Big Pine and Three sisters on the first loop, and Big Cedar and Hi-Knob on the second loop. Much of the old world atmosphere prevails on the winding trail over hills and valleys in the Standing Rock area.

The Buzzard Roost Trail at Cato Creek Landing (11/2 miles in length) winds along a circular pathway beside a creek. It features a buzzard roost on a high bluff, a spring that was once a source of water for Indians living in the valley, an old military wagon road, and a wooden foot bridge supported by large limestone boulders. At a point one-fourth of the way to the trail's end, the two segments come within a few feet of each other allowing persons who prefer not to walk the entire trail to turn back, yet be on a different pathway.

The Overlook Nature Trail is located at the Tenkiller Dam Overlook. The trail consists of two segments. The first segment of the trail (11/4 miles in length) winds through the woods from the Overlook to Highway 10A (near the Methodist Boys Ranch). The second segment of the trail continues on from Highway 10A and ends at Strayhorn Public Use Area. The trail winds through the woods with several foot bridges, rock formations, and creeks located along its length. A variety of wildlife such as squirrels and deer are also frequently seen along the trail.


Address: 8 miles N of I-40 along Hwy 82
Phone: 918-487-5693
Contact Tenkiller State Park for lake guided tours.

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Tenkiller State Park

Located near the dam of scenic Lake Tenkiller, this State Park occupies 1,190 acres of land and is a recreation mecca. The magnificent limestone cliffs, crystal clear lake, and abundant water sports (including scuba diving) draw countless visitors each year. Tenkiller Ferry Dam is Oklahoma'

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Tenkiller State Park Cabins

Tenkiller State Park offers 39 cabins, some with a lake view while others have a park view. The cabins sit high atop limestone cliffs at the south end of Lake Tenkiller in a beautiful state park setting. The cabins are of a duplex style with shared outdoor grill and picnic table outside.

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Tenkiller State Park Nature Center

Tenkiller State Park Nature Center is staffed by volunteers and a naturalist and is open 7

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Tenkiller Hunting

Hunting opportunities are abundant around Tenkiller. This area is ranked 2nd in Oklahoma for number of deer taken during deer season. Project lands are open for public hunting, except for developed recreational areas and lands in the vicinity of the dam and other project structures. Approximately 2

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