This lake provides 14,360 acres of surface water. It impounds Jackfork Creek, a tributary of the Kiamichi River in the foothills of the Ouachita Mountains of southeastern Oklahoma.Visit the web site for more information about this and other Tulsa District lakes.
The lake is a popular fishing destination, with some of Oklahoma's largest species of prize bass. Catfish, walleye and crappie also reside in the lake. Other water sports include jet skiing, swimming and canoeing; hiking is also a popular pastime.
Drinking Water, Dump Station, Flush Toilet, Hookup - Electric, Pets OK, Playground, Showers
$18 per night
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Reviewed by Ranger33 on March 7, 2012
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Rated only 3 stars because not alot of good primitive camping sites around lake. The public swimming area is snakey and my family wasnt excited to swim with ducks and geese or their feces! I would definately rate it 5 stars for the fishing though!
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