Lake Eufaula Damsite ATV Trail

Lake Eufaula Damsite ATV Trail Lake Eufaula Dam
Eufaula, OK 74432

Phone: 918-799-5843
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The Lake Eufaula Damsite ATV Trail features 300 acres of Canadian River Valley sand, rolling dunes and wooded areas.  The trail stays open year round. Rules and regulations are posted at the parking area.

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  • On-site Activities: ATVing, Watchable Wildlife





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SH 71 at Lake Eufaula Dam. Entrance is on the S side of the dam.

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From Staff on 11/03/15

Cynthia, it's a very good idea to check, especially during hunting season! However, that call will be made by the Army Corps of Engineers who maintain the area. Your best bet is to reach out to them at 918-799-5843. Thank you for using!

From Cynthia Brown on 11/03/15

Can we do ATV riding the week of Thanksgiving? Seems like most ATV parks are closed during hunting season and I wanted to double check. Thanks.

From Staff on 07/08/13

Tyrus, the gates at the Lake Eufaula Damsite ATV Trail are open year round. However, in the case of high water, the gate to the unofficial boat ramp will be closed and during eagle watching season between November 1 and April 1 some areas may closed to ATV riders. If you have any questions, please call 918-799-5843 ext. 0. Best wishes and thank you for using!

From tyrus ashley on 07/08/13

hi I was wandering if you can tell me what days the gates are open at the dam

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