Clear Creek Lake

Clear Creek Lake NE of Duncan
Duncan, OK 73534

Phone: 580-255-9538
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Clear Creek Lake offers 600 surface acres with an 11 mile shoreline. Facilities include two boat ramps, enclosed floating fishing dock, 102 electric RV hookups, three pavilions and two sanitary dump stations.

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Located approximately 13 miles northeast of Duncan.




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From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/25/15

Robin, we haven't received any updates from Clear Creek Lake. For that information, you'll need to call the Duncan Superintendent of Lakes at 580-255-9538. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From ROBIN on 06/24/15

is the blue algae problem gone?


From TravelOK.com Staff on 05/26/15

Brad, we haven't received any updates about the lake levels at Clear Creek Lake. For that information, you'll need to call the Duncan Superintendent of Lakes at 580-255-9538. Thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Brad on 05/25/15

How is the lake after all the rain this May?


From Rick White on 07/28/14

Drove out there for a weekend of fishing, lake was low and had green algea signs posted with no fishing, campsites needed mowed, place needs attentiion.


From TravelOK.com Staff on 06/23/14

Lance, for current lake conditions, please call 580-255-9538. Have a great day and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


From Lance Gray on 06/23/14

Please re check the lake.


From joshua vaughn on 06/09/14

Please get lake goin. Best lake ever growing up.


From judy on 06/08/14

This lake saddens me. Yall need to fix it.


From Micheal Gilley on 04/05/14

Used to be a pretty cool place. All dried up now.


From Joe on 04/04/14

It is a shame how the city of Duncan has allowed this lake to deteriorate. The dam is leaking and they had a chance to have it repaired for next to nothing but they refused. The lake is 12 ft. low, the concession stand is closed and the whole property is a virtual ghost town. The place used to be hopping every weekend from April to September. Now nobody goes there at all. The city of Duncan should be ashamed.


From Blake on 05/23/10

This is a good lake to camp at for a quiet getaway.


 
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