The dam site is at mile 0.8 of Birch Creek approximately one and one half miles south of the of the town of The region in which Birch Lake is located offers outdoor sportsmen excellent opportunities for year-round enjoyment. Birch Lake is a perfect setting for nature lovers and other outdoor enthusiasts. The general character of the small lake's shoreline ranges from gentle to steep slopes with numerous rock outcrops. The hilltops and upper slopes are generously forested with small hardwood trees, primarily post oak, blackjack, and other oaks, hickory, hackberry, and elm.
"Three" park areas located around the lake offer the public many opportunities for outdoor family fun and picnic areas, drinking water, restrooms, charcoal grills and boat launching ramps.
Boating on the lake is in accordance with state boating laws and Corps of Engineers regulations. Regulations governing operational requirements of boats may be obtained from the Skiatook Lake Office or from the Tulsa District Office.
Surface Area: 1,137 ac
FISHING REPORT -- (scroll down a bit) if not current call number. www.wildlifedepartment.com/fishing/wheretofish/northeast/birch
Bait and Tackle -- Affordable Fishin' and Trappin' in Pawhuska (20 minutes from lake) www.facebook.com/Affordable-Fishing-Trappin-1000729899961060/ 146 Tayrein Ave, Pawhuska, OK -- sometimes great fishing info:-------
RV and Primitive Camping--- www.recreation.gov/camping/campgrounds/233451
FOR LODGING - EAT - Other shopping and etc. Pawhuska official home site: www.pawhuskachamber.com/ ----- approx. 16 miles = 20 minutes.
Barnsdall = approximately 5 miles north of the lake Hatfield's Grill -- Reks's Burgers and More -- Uptown Pizza (((no ratings))
Fees: Camping Fees Required
Location: 1.5 mi S of Barnsdall off Hwy 11