Dripping Springs Lake

Dripping Springs Lake16830 Dripping Spring Rd
Okmulgee, OK 74447

Phone: 918-756-5971
Fax: 918-759-9933
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Dripping Springs Lake is located three miles southwest of Oklmulgee in northeast Oklahoma.  Boasting over 18 miles of shoreline and 1,150 surface acres of water, Dripping Springs Lake has become a premier location for bass fishing.  Fishermen are invited to test their skills against the submerged trees and brush of the lake in their quest for the big catch.  Other popular species native to the lake include catfish, crappie, largemouth bass, white bass and bluegill.

Constructed in 1980, Dripping Springs Lake was named after the spring that now flows under the lake's surface.  ...

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Open year-round

On Hwy 56, approx 6 miles W of Okmulgee.




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From Jim Veal on 02/11/2011

I have camped here several time over the last few years and this has got to be the best park I have ever stayed in. Grounds are always well kept, the sites are the best, the rest rooms are always clean, and the park people are always friendly and pleasent. Park Rangers are always there to help when you need it. Will certainly stay here again. Thanks Dripping Springs for a job well done,


 
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